The Hardy Boys

Season 1 Episode 2

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Aired Unknown Sep 30, 1995 on
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A man doesn't appear for his own wedding, because a 40-year-old crime he witnessed has come back to haunt him.

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      • When the Hardy's discover the record made by Toots Coffey in 1950, the front of the record only says "Toot Coffey Live At The Cinnamon Club; Enjoy this one of a kind release" on the front cover, however, Frank reads more than is on the cover (the front cover never mentioned that the album was recorded during Toots Coffey's debut, and neither does the back). So where did Frank get the extra information when Frank had never heard of the artist until they found the record.

      • This episode was clearly shot in Canada, since the word Toronto appears at various points throughout the bus terminal sequence, and the Greyhound buses all have the Canadian flag on them, except for the 1950's bus.

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      • When Frank and Joe are searching through their father's record collection, a copy of Shaun Cassidy's 1977 album "Born Late" is plainly visible. Shaun Cassidy most famously played the part of Joe Hardy in the 1977 series "The Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew Mysteries".

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