Lilyhammer (2012–2014)
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Frank Tagliano
... Sigrid Haugli
... Torgeir Lien (as Trond Fausa Aurvåg)
Steinar Sagen ... Roar Lien
Kyrre Hellum ... Geir 'Elvis' Tvedt
Anne Krigsvoll ... Laila Hovland
Mikael Aksnes-Pehrson ... Jonas Haugli
... Jan Johansen
Viggo Sandvik ... Sylfest Haugli
... Karen Sokolowsky
Dean Clark ... Agent Henry
... Agent Becker
Magnus Young Mortensen ... Viggo
Trond Brænne ... Alf Antonsen
... Aldo Delucci
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Mafia member Frank Tagliano agrees to testify against his boss in a lawsuit in New York on one condition: that he is using the FBI's witness protection program to start a new life in Lillehammer, Norway. But the meeting with the former Olympic city is not quite as he imagined. Written by Anonymous

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25 January 2012 (Norway)  »

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The train Frank Tagliano gets off at Lillehammer station is not the train shown in the aerial shot. See more »

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[first lines]
Aldo Delucci: [at coffin] Things'll never be the same without him, hmm?
Frank Tagliano: No.
Aldo Delucci: Our people, uh... I know they don't get along like they used to.
Frank Tagliano: They'll be okay.
Aldo Delucci: Now Frankie, I know you don't like me because the Commission passed you over. And you being my brother's under-boss you think you shoulda' been the next in line, I understand that.
Frank Tagliano: As a matter of fact, I like you, Aldo. You're just not qualified to be a boss. You're a bean-counter. You belong on Wall Street. Not wit' us.
Aldo Delucci: What are you trying ...
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The Good Life
Composed by Sacha Distel and Jack Reardon
Performed by Tony Bennett
Courtesy of Columbia Records
By Arrangement with Sony Music Entertainment, Columbia Music Group
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