Due South (1994–1999)
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After the murder of his father in the Yukon, Fraser, a RCMP constable, follows the killer's tracks all the way to Chicago where he meets Ray, a Chicago PD detective. Together they continue their search for the truth and justice.




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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Wendel Meldrum ...
Leann Brighton
Capt. Walsh
Insp. Moffatt
Frank Drake
Mrs. Vecchio
Underhill (as Jim Millington)
Victor Ertmanis ...
Supt. Meers
Senior Official
Inuit Hunter
Kimberly Ange ...
RCMP Officer 1
RCMP Officer 2


When a legendary Canadian Mountie is murdered, his son (and fellow RCMP) Constable Benton Fraser follows the trail of his killers to Chicago, where he teams up with a local cop to bring them to justice. However, he soon finds that the trail leads closer to home than he ever imagined. Written by Mark Cabot

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23 April 1994 (USA)  »

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Kevin Rushton makes his first appearance in this episode playing the guy in the bar who threatens the boys with a bottle. He went on to play various characters throughout the show's history. See more »


Obvious stunt double when Fraser jumps on the back of the speeding van. See more »


Benton Fraser: When I graduated from the Academy, my father gave me one piece of advice. He said, 'Always... ' No. He said, 'Never... '
[Ray gives him a quizzical stare]
Benton Fraser: Well, actually he gave me two pieces of advice. I've forgotten the other one, but the important one is, never chase a man over a cliff.
Ray Vecchio: That's supposed to mean something in Canadian, isn't it?
Benton Fraser: If you're going to take on a man, you'd better know more than he does. Now our strength is, I know this area better than anyone. Their weakness is, they...
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References The Dudley Do-Right Show (1969) See more »


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26 August 2001 | by (Tennessee) – See all my reviews

I just have to say that due South is one of the smartest, sharpest, funniest shows that has ever been made and not recognized properly. I will never understand why the networks fought so hard to take it off the air. Some of the lines in this show stay with you like a line from Seinfeld does. I'll find myself chuckling sometimes when I think of certain instances, even though it hasn't been on for years now. The networks really dropped the ball when they let due South go.

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