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4 | Walt (Bill Murray) and Laura Bishop (Frances McDormand), push Scout Master Ward and Captain Sharp to find their daughter Suzy. The frazzled search party, here, stands on a dock that juts out into the Sakonnet River behind the Glen Manor House, a French chateau in Portsmouth that normally plays host to weddings and corporate gatherings. Katie Wilkinson, resident manager with her husband Don, remembers Willis and Norton standing in line with the kids at a local ice cream truck hired to cater the event.

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