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Storyline

Dr. Joel Fleischman (Rob Morrow) is fresh out of medical college, and fresh out of luck. Failing to read the fine print in his scholarship conditions, he finds he has no choice but to move to the remote and somewhat eccentric town of Cicely, Alaska. Once there, he is welcomed by the peculiar locals who are not keen to see him go, most especially Maurice J. Minnifield (Barry Corbin), the ex-N.A.S.A. astronaut. Despite Joel's adamant denials, one gets the impression that he enjoys life in Cicely more than he admits.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: July 12, 1990

Also Known As: No Fim do Mundo, Northern Exposure |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG, M), Germany (6) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

small town
native american
moose
alaska

Company Credits

Production Co: Cine-Nevada Productions, Universal Television |  See more »

Cast

Woody Eney
as Hotel Clerk
David McSwain
as Cliff Zweibel
Bruce Baum
as Border Guard
Mickey Jones
as Tiny/Tooley
William Salyers
as Mitch/Shakespeare
Ashleigh Aston Moore
as Tori Spencer
Glenn Mazen
as Jack Strohmeyer
Lori Larsen
as Helen Le Fleur/Mrs. Le Fleur
Moultrie Patten
as Walt/Walt Kupfer
Paul Roland
as Principal
Garrett Bennett
as Steve Escandon
Angayuqaq Oscar Kawagley
as Bingo Player
David J. Washington
as Little Big Macher
Eric Gustavson
as Ned
Amy Caton-Ford
as Waitress
Laura Kenny
as Mrs. Streisand
Wayne Pére
as Prof. Bob Pickering
Rob Morrow
as Dr. Joel Fleischman/Franz Kafka/Mikhail
John Procaccino
as Jerry/Ranger Burns
Lindsay Parker
as Miranda at Twelve
Michael Paul Chan
as Masuto
Brittany McDermott
as Girl
Ralph van Hollebeke
as Townsperson
H. Leonard Richardson
as Barbershop Quartet
Jessika Cardinahl
as Girl
Shmuly Levitin
as Yo'el
John LaMotta
as Salvatore D'Angelo
Roger Curtis
as Nigel Axelrod
Ronald G. Joseph
as Reynaldo Pinetree
Ben Reed
as External Validation
Clayton Norcross
as Attendant
John McCann
as Frank O'Connell
Marsha Stuekle Neal
as Townswoman
Charlie Russo
as Townsperson
Jimmie Ray Weeks
as Ranger Stan Burns
Jerry Adler
as Rabbi Alan Schulman
Slav Troyan
as Vasili Kuznetsov
Gary Taylor
as Gary/Len/Lenny/Logger/Man #3/Man in Street/Man on Street/Mr. Swanson/Patient/Truck Driver
Frank Salsedo
as Uncle Anku
Joanna Merlin
as Nadine Fleischman
Kia Sian
as Elaine
Richard Brestoff
as Steven Gould
David J. Guppy
as Clem/Logger/Townsperson 1
Phil Lucas
as Accountant/Man
Brandon Douglas
as Wayne Jones
Curnal Achilles Aulisio
as Dr. Rudy Rojas
Floyd Van Buskirk
as Bar Patron
Gina Marie
as Heidi Beck
George Randall
as Warren Thompson
Gérard Ismaël
as Bertrand Montpelier
Chi Muoi Lo
as Yung Bong Joo
Twin Lake Cowboys
as Parade Performers
Carol Barbee
as Meredith Swanson #1
Adam Ant
as Brad Bonner
Michael Massari
as Customer
Joaquín Martínez
as Enrique Lopez
Joanna Cassidy
as Solvang Planey
Wendel Meldrum
as Amy Lochner
Angelique von Halle
as April
Robert Nicholson
as Customer/Earl/Patient/Sonny
Elizabeth Juviler
as Brother Simon
Michelle Joyner
as Missionary
Michael Taylor Donovan
as John
Daniel Collins
as Donny Spellman
Sylvia Langdon
as Townsperson
Jerry-Mac Johnston
as Earl
Elaine Miles
as Marilyn Whirlwind/Marilyn
Peggy O'Connell
as Doris/Story Teller/Townsperson
Albert J. Hood
as Bingo Caller
Maureen Flannigan
as Miranda at Eighteen
Michael Des Barres
as Felix Edmundovich Dzerzhinsky
Mary Marsh
as Eunice McCaffrey
Maggie Stenson
as Mrs. Partridge
Giovanna Westwood
as Back-Up Singer
Susan Connors
as Store Clerk
Valerie Perrine
as Jackie Vincoeur
Paul Fleming
as Bar Patron #1/Mr. Streisand
Jeff Harry Woolf
as Dwight
Wendy Schaal
as Tammy Tambo
Kelly Connell
as Lucky
Karen Johnson-Miller
as Dr. Hessburg
Gabriel Judet-Weinshel
as Young Chris
Armand Reiser
as State Trooper
Peter Simmons
as Patrick Dulac
Christopher Neame
as Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
Brad Gooding
as Patron
Cathy Bryan
as Patient #10
Penny Santon
as Mama Grippo
Kate Brickley
as Mrs. Spencer
Stephen McHattie
as Turk Tortelli
Reginald Ward
as Mr. Whirlwind
Martha Baskin
as Townsperson
Earl Quewezance
as Eugene
Jo Anderson
as Jane Harris/Roslyn
Erich Stratmann
as Barbershop Quartet
Donal Logue
as Judd Bromell
Jill Pierce
as Knockout #1
Grant Goodeve
as Rick Pederson
Tom Mason
as Father Kevin McKerry
Jessica Lundy
as Elaine Shulman
Christine Elise
as Cyndy Rincon
Lois Foraker
as Edna
Joel Polis
as Matthew Miller
Robert Wright
as FAA Inspector/Judas
Yvonne Suhor
as Cicely
Martyn G. Krouse
as Bolshevik Soldier
Steve Barrientes
as Singer-Drummer
Peter Bradshaw
as John/Man #1
Susan Morales
as Bingo Player
Ray G. Thunderchild
as Drummer #2/Floyd
Harry Pringle
as Crow Flies Straight/Drummer #1/Henry Morningstar/Masello/Morning Star/Snow Plough Driver
Fred Applegate
as P.W. Stevens, Jr.
Tony Pasqualini
as Dr. Graham
Rod Pilloud
as Sanford
Mary Waskey
as Judy Baker
James Chesnutt
as Craig
Elise Nelson
as Kerry
Delia Sheppard
as Shoe Customer
Lance Channing
as RAF Pilot
Keith Jacobs
as Jimmy
Mark Pellegrino
as Rolf Hauser
Paul Anthony McLean
as Trapper
Kim Kim
as Yung Yong Ja
Leo Geter
as David Ginsberg
Robert Siegel
as Self
James L. Dunn
as Hayden Keyes/Shorty/Woodsy Man
Paul Provenza
as Dr. Phillip Capra
Tim Michel
as Father
Dean Perkins
as Handsome Man
Jerry Morris
as Earl the Barber
Dick Kyker
as Italian Man
Navin Naidu
as Aral Subrapramian
Charles Peter Russo
as Man #2
Bibi Besch
as Jane O'Connell
Jane Ryan
as Barbara Jean
Alix Koromzay
as Lisa
Cliff Lenderman
as Fireman/Petievich
Larry Crawford
as Don Clearwater
Philippe Bergeron
as Henri Pepin
Debra Mooney
as Jane Stowe O'Connell
Floriana Frassetto
as Mummenschanz
Kent MacLachlan
as Dr. Paul
Remy Ryan
as Nina Gould
Pamella Inveen
as Doctor
Levi Lee
as Eddie
Valerie Mahaffey
as Eve
Marianne Jones
as Myra Haines
Steve Fitchpatrick
as Tommy Miller
Hirsh Diamant
as Passenger
Josh Parks
as Bar Patron
Alyce LaTourelle
as Party Guest
Cynthia Geary
as Shelly Marie Tambo/Sally
Bill Irwin
as Enrico Bellati
Tushka Bergen
as Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanov
Ronald Hunter
as Ernie
Gary Basaraba
as Willie
J.G. Dodge Wallace III
as Barbershop Quartet
Denice Duff
as Patti
Brian T. Finney
as Fisherman/Singing Drunk/Teak
Richard Romanus
as Lowell Grippo
Leslie Rueschenberg
as Mindy
Stefano Lo Verso
as Waiter
Therese Tinling
as Alison/Medea
Julie Elizabeth Knell
as Birthing Partner
Brian George
as Arthur Prabnanda
Dominic DeLeo
as Dennis
Charmaine Craig
as Heather Haines
Mitch Hale
as Man #1
Ocean Hellman
as Iris
Joyce Van Patten
as Pat Hillman
Craig Huisenga
as Townsman
Jill Baskin
as Danette
Craig Blanchette
as Mike
Andreas Wisniewski
as Arthur
Armenia Miles
as Mrs. Whirlwind/Mrs. Anku
Rex Linn
as Martin
Douglas Rowe
as Man from Kansas/Ricky
Kellee Bradley
as Sue-Ellen/Woman
Dennis Cockrum
as Auctioneer
D. David Morin
as Jed Fleming
Tillicum Village Dancers
as Parade Performers
Omar Sippy
as Cabbie
Kermit Cole
as Kermit/Townsperson
Katherine Davis
as Bingo Player/Libby Stevens
Norbert Weisser
as Reinhart
Evelyn Perdue
as Peasant Woman
Jack Black
as Kevin Wilkins
Jim Haynie
as Gillis Toomey
Teri Polo
as Michelle Schodowski Capra
Dennis Bateman
as Co-Dependency
Paul Walsh
as Buck Schoen
Mary Anderson
as Knockout #2
Spearfish Singers
as Parade Performers
Roger Tompkins
as Edgar Allen Poe
Daniel C. Swanson
as Evan
Michelle Thrush
as Amy (pilot)
Doug Ballard
as Ronald Arthur Bantz
Eloy Casados
as Smith
Elya Baskin
as Nikolai Appolanov
Ralph Manza
as Cesare Trapani
James Song
as Duk Won
Sandra Lee Dejong
as Woman #2
Denise Dal Vera
as Stewardess
Ted Henning
as David
Charlotte London
as Clara
David Hemmings
as Viktor Bobrov
Peter Murnik
as Bob Miller
Randy Thompson
as Lawyer/Peter
Darlene Vogel
as Meredith Swanson #3
Julie Sole
as Marsha
Time Winters
as Emile
Charles Martin Smith
as Roger Brewster (Satan)
David Pichette
as Bruce
Bill Yallup Jr.
as John Hope/Pete
Christa Miller
as Laurie Batan
Akemi Namei
as Japanese Tourist #1
Seth Sakai
as Di Ju
John Billingsley
as Patient
Shecky Greene
as Self
Phil Fondacaro
as Green Man
Jared Rushton
as Phil
Kristine Kirsten
as Kim Greer
Beverly Leech
as Tori Gould
The Bathtub Gin Party Band
as Parade Performers
Micole Mercurio
as Ellen
Wren Walker
as Sally
Gino D'Cafango
as Townsperson/Waiter
Sam Vlahos
as Two-Clocks
Andrew Hammoude
as Soviet Officer
Anne Haney
as Judge Elizabeth Percy
John Sylvain
as Neighbor
Rich Hawkins
as Allen
Mark Dempsey
as Jim
Simon Templeman
as Cal Ingraham
Vito Scotti
as Godfather
Buffalo Child
as Dave the Cook
Alan Fudge
as Father Duncan
Hank Stratton
as Lieutenant Commander Dr. Pete Melon
Annie Littlesack Oneita
as Paula
Carole Jean Anderson
as Nora
John Hawkes
as Jason
Capefox Dancers
as Parade Performers
Art LaFleur
as Walter
Peter Bogdanovich
as Self
Kathleen Lisa Clarke
as Back-Up Singer
Carol Rave
as Lilliana
Ryan O'Neill
as Adolescent Chris/Kid
George Barril
as Owen/Bill
Brandy Black
as George
Heidi Swedberg
as Linda
Frank Dartt
as Andy Pettit
Cathryn de Prume
as Joanne
Lenny Imamura
as Chiba
Nick Ramus
as Chief
Anthony Curry
as Gorman Tambo
Chenoa Egawa
as Heather Haines
Matt Smith
as Bowler
Keala Hopps
as Jodie
Brian J. Feinstein
as Stuart
Grant Gelt
as Kid Joel
John Fleck
as Frog
Gordon Tootoosis
as Pete
Anthony Colinares
as Anacleto
Kaley Cuoco
as Miranda at Seven
Edan Gross
as Brad Young
Teresa Steinley
as Estelle/Teresa
John Mese
as Gary McClellan
Molly McClure
as Elli Thompson
Roberts Blossom
as Ned
Teri Thomas
as Nancy
Raymond O'Connor
as Frank Watson
Wayne Waterman
as Mike
Anthony Edwards
as Mike Monroe
Ashley Rey
as Theater Cashier
Louis Rukeyser
as Self
Don Eastman
as Townsperson 2
Ken Schneider
as Man #2
Nancy Cassaro
as Angela Cusomano
Anne Gordon
as Patient #2
Jack Kehler
as Dust Mite
Margaret Mason
as Proprietor
Kenny McCain
as Prop Assistant
Sharon Galloway
as Doris
David Hrdlicka
as Malcolm
John Corbett
as Chris Stevens/Kit
Sergei Mihailov
as Capt. of the Guard
Gabriel Salvador
as Tellakutan
Peg Phillips
as Ruth-Anne Miller/Ruth-Anne/Rhoda
John Cullum
as Holling Vincoeur/Abe
Toby Lawless
as Harold
Ralph P. Martin
as Ivory Springer
Krisha Fairchild
as Sturdy Woman/Townswoman
Lyn Tyrrell
as Townsperson
Vernon Joe
as Jimmy
Stephen Root
as Brother Timothy
Traci Martinson
as Kimberly
Regina King
as Mother Nature
George Catalano
as Carmine/Detective McNamara
Piper Henry
as Dr. Geist
Pamela Abas-Ross
as Woman #1
Mykol Hazen
as Contractor
William J. White
as Dave the Cook
Ben DiGregorio
as Cab Driver
Cindy Lu
as Receptionist
Bryson G. Liberty
as Ira Wingfeather/Jerry the Indian
Bernie Schürch
as Mummenschanz
Hannah Johnson
as Woman #1
Allan Miller
as Elijah
Lou Hetler
as Freud/Man behind wheel
Andreas Reinl
as Violin Dealer
Frank Roberts
as Awards Host
Rob Narita
as Japanese Tourist #2
Dylan Baker
as Jeffy O'Connell
Jan Poore
as Shirley
Chris Stephenson
as Hank
Don S. Davis
as Lloyd Hillegas
Raymond Gendrin
as Ben/P.A. Announcer
Scott Paulin
as Lance Bristol
Ramona Ahto
as Debbie's Aunt
O.C. 'Mac' McCallum
as Husband
Demene Hall
as Back-Up Singer
Floyd 'Red Crow' Westerman
as One-Who-Waits
Gregg Loughridge
as Brother James/Lumberjack
Elizabeth Huddle Nyberg
as Ingred Klochner
Burke Pearson
as Dr. Howard Mink
Colton D. Jones
as Mick
Michelle St. John
as Debbie
Al Denbeste
as Patient/Bar Patron
Scott LaRose
as Neil Weisberg
Jill Gascoine
as Lady Ann
Noble Willingham
as Gordon
Red Hawk Singers
as Parade Performers
Victor Kepler
as Cowboy Greenbaum
Mary Sabetto
as Meredith #2
Ronald Hippe
as Todd Patterson
Clement von Franckenstein
as Jean Jacques Vincoeur
Haynes Brooke
as Store Clerk/Townsperson
Judith Kahan
as Adrienne Gould
Eric E. Schepp
as Steve
Tom Hammond
as Jerry Moore/Patient #1
Cecilia White
as Mrs. Johnson
William Douglas Smith
as Bar Patron
Rita Taggart
as Edna Hancock
Robert Nadir
as Pete Gilliam/Wolf
Kit McDonough
as Valerie
Graham Greene
as Leonard Quinhagak
Frank Welker
as Goat Sounds/Special Dog Effects
Pat Millicano
as Gary
Sandy Miller
as Mother
Megan Cole
as Anita
Sheila Scott
as Aunt Doreen
Dana Andersen
as Lightfeather Duncan
Joe Nipote
as Joe Cusomano
Julian Schembri
as Painter
Janine Turner
as Maggie O'Connell/Betty/Marina/Mary O'Keefe
August Kelley
as Mitch
David Margulies
as Herb Fleischman
Demian
as Townsperson
Sharon Collar
as Marsha Seepman/Tall Woman/Wife/Woman
Tom Spiller
as Pig Eye/Sisyphus
Anne Christianson
as Stenographer
Bob Morrisey
as Gil Le Fleur/Caterer/Dr. Carver/Guy Le Fleur/Mr. Le Fleur
Susan Goforth
as Teen Casino Waitress
David Spielberg
as Professor Dick Schuster
Adam Arkin
as Adam
Clark Sandford
as Mike/Phil
Lisa Budak
as Phyllis
Will Plunkett
as Bruce
Mark Mitchell
as Townsperson
Barry Corbin
as Maurice J. Minnifield/Mace Mobrey
Markus Flanagan
as Grant Saperstein
Tara Subkoff
as Mary-Margaret (Maggie at 15)
Darryl Fong
as Kim Cheng
Matt Skerritt
as Mr. Sizemore
Beth Broderick
as Linda Angelo
Geraldine Keams
as Great Aunt
A. Michael Lerner
as Bicyclist/Trooper
Clayton Corzatte
as George the Barber
Darren E. Burrows
as Ed Chigliak/Emery Whirlwind/Ned
Diedre Kilgore
as Dr. Howard
Richard Cummings Jr.
as Bernard Stevens
Al Hood
as George Tuck/Tomato Inspector
James Marsters
as Bellhop/Reverend Harding
John M. Jackson
as Larry Coe (Bob)
David J. Goldfarb
as James
Rosetta Pintado
as Bingo Player/Mrs. Noanuk
Wally Dalton
as Bar Patron #2/Bob Hanson
Keith Egawa
as Julian
Apesanahkwat
as Lester Haines
Carolyn Byrne
as Mrs. Emerson
John Maxwell
as Senator Monkton
John Aylward
as Charles 'Red' Murphy/Businessman
David Hurtubise
as Eddie
Frank Yaska
as Boy
Diane Delano
as Officer Barbara Semanski
D. Martin Pera
as Arnie Norell
Barbara Townsend
as Elizabeth Stowe (Grammy)
Harriet Medin
as Nedra Larkin
Jillian Armenante
as Chef's Assistant/Olympias/Townsperson
Tim Sampson
as Ted Banks
Jay O. Sanders
as Dr. John Summer
Sylvia Scott
as Darlene
Patrick Ryals
as Floyd/Logger/Orderly
Lisa Darr
as Ann McGrath
Bill Cobbs
as Angelo Maxwell
Jerry McGarity
as James
Ragna Sigrun
as Saleswoman
Yelena Danova
as Stewardess
Alvin A. Casimir
as Villager
John Murray
as Surveyor
Ian Abercrombie
as Anastasia's Aide
Robert Zenk
as Patient/Patron
Sam Bob
as Dale
John McLiam
as Soapy Sanderson
Felicity Waterman
as Melissa Chenault
Will Furman
as Barbershop Quartet
Caitlin Clarke
as Irene Rondenet
Amy Perry
as Lucille
Pajuta Conway-Hourie
as Joey
Sean O'Bryan
as Kenny
David Lovine
as Peasant Man/Ralph/Repairman
Angela Featherstone
as Carla
Jacob Heilveil
as Soong
Ned Romero
as Leston Havens
Jeffrey Carpentier
as M.C.
Eric Ray Anderson
as Customer
Sparkle
as Grandma Woody
David Hrolicka
as Little Boy
Dorothy Hanlin
as Dorothy/Woman #2
Raymond S. Nielsen Sr.
as Freddy
Kevin Conway
as Arlen Briscoe
Sean G. Griffin
as Surgeon
Leota Williams
as Woman
Jim Bower
as Townsperson
David Wasman
as Mr. Warburg
Igor Paramonov
as Pilot
Patrick Warburton
as Glenn
Linden Chiles
as Leland Cole
Lisa Waltz
as Stephie O'Connell
Pamela Kosh
as Queen Victoria
Marjorie Nelson
as Pearl McCaffrey
Mark Rabinowitz
as Brick Patron
Don McManus
as Erick Reese Hillman
Ron Perkins
as Trooper
Jack Blessing
as Professor Aaron Martin
Douglas Dirkson
as Bar Patron
J.R. Clarke
as Customer
Kimberly Guerrero
as Bonnie Norell
Shelley Henning
as Woman in Cab
Barbara Dirickson
as Jeannie Hansen
Young Mo
as Soon Ae
Trevor Bullock
as Maurice Dutton
Anne De Salvo
as Amy Patterson
Rick Turner
as Mr. Lewis
Fred Saas
as Bellhop
Sue Morales
as Momma/Myra Haines
Bill Scott
as Bert
Roberto Barca
as Mummenschanz

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

1990 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

1991 | 7 Episodes

Season 3

1991 | 23 Episodes

Season 4

1992 | 25 Episodes

Season 5

1993 | 24 Episodes

Season 6

1994 | 23 Episodes

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Casting Society of America, USA 1991

Winner

Casting Society of America, USA

Best Casting for TV, Pilot

Nominee

Casting Society of America, USA

Best Casting for TV, Dramatic Episodic

Primetime Emmy Awards 1991

Nominee

Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Drama Series

Nominee

Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series

Nominee

Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series

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