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"Cold Squad" And the Fury: Part 2 (2005)

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5 March 2005 (Season 7, Episode 13)
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Harper searches desperately for his missing daughter Kassia, praying that he will find her before it is too late... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Julie Stewart ... Sgt. Ali McCormick

Matthew Bennett ... Det. Len Harper

Garry Chalk ... Insp. Andrew Pawlachuk

Joely Collins ... Christine Wren

Sonja Bennett ... Det. Samantha Walters

Tahmoh Penikett ... Constable Ray Chase

Adrian Holmes ... Dr. Ben Wilson

JR Bourne ... Paul Deeds

Chilton Crane ... Wanda Harper

Christopher Shyer ... Miles Larson

Michelle Beaudoin ... Lindsay Moss

Barclay Hope ... Evan Moss
Matthew Walker ... Dr. Rupert Moss

Rebecca Toolan ... June Moss

Eric Keenleyside ... Mr. Walters

Iris Quinn ... Mrs. Walters

Magda Apanowicz ... Kassia Harper

Jonathan Holmes ... Gabriel Carver
Victoria Tennant ... Eva Harper
Alannah Stewartt ... Waitress
Shayla Dyson ... Maya Moss

Conchita Campbell ... Young April
Tammy Bentz ... April's Mother
Tamara Taggart ... Reporter
Vincent Walker ... Homeless Gary (as Vince Walker)

James Upton ... Cop
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eva De Viveiros ... Nurse (uncredited)

Victoria Duffield ... Elissa (uncredited)
Jennifer Gillis ... Mrs. Chambers (uncredited)

David Nykl ... Bernhardt (uncredited)

Kirsten Prout ... Ashley (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Gary Harvey 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Shelley Eriksen  story
Daegan Fryklind  story
Julia Keatley  co-creator
Philip Keatley  co-creator
Matt MacLeod  co-creator
Matt MacLeod  written by
Peter Mitchell  story

Produced by
Gigi Boyd .... producer
Gary Harvey .... co-executive producer
Julia Keatley .... executive producer
Matt MacLeod .... executive producer
Peter Mitchell .... executive producer
Steve Ord .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
James Jandrisch 
 
Cinematography by
Bruce Worrall (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Mike Banas 
 
Casting by
Deirdre Bowen 
Corinne Clark  (as Corrine Clark)
Jennifer Page 
 
Production Design by
Grant Pearse 
 
Art Direction by
Jodi Ross  (as Jodi Seminoff)
 
Set Decoration by
Ian Nothnagel 
 
Costume Design by
Patricia Hargreaves 
 
Makeup Department
Anne Carroll .... hair stylist
Devyn Griffith .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Gigi Boyd .... production manager
Louise Clark .... executive in charge of production: CTV
Richard Fowler .... executive in charge of production: Alliance Atlantis
Jay Henry Moritz .... unit manager
Bill Mustos .... executive in charge of production: CTV
Deborah Sharp .... post-production supervisor (as Deborah Sharp-Nelles)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Harry S. Keith .... second assistant director
Paula S. Kyan .... trainee assistant director
Kevin Leslie .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Ross Stuart Aram .... head carpenter (as Stuart Ross Oram)
Shannon Courte .... graphic designer
Patrick Latarius .... construction coordinator
David Macvicar .... assistant props
Deborah Morriss .... key scenic painter (as Deborah Morris)
Tyler Smith .... property master
Michael Sullivan .... lead painter
Todd Keller .... on-set dresser (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Rick Bal .... production sound mixer
Rick Bal .... sound mixer
Jacqueline Cristianini .... supervising sound editor
Mike Olekshy .... sound designer
Joe Spivak .... sound effects editor
Kevin Townshend .... dialogue editor
Matt Willoughby-Price .... boom operator (as Matt W-Price)
Jay Cheetham .... background sound editor (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Brett Armstrong .... stunt double: Miles
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Joe Aleck .... dolly grip (as Joey Aleck)
Stefan Burianyk .... best boy grip (as Stephan Burianyk)
T.C. Chapman .... gaffer (as Tracey 'TC' Chapman)
Mark Chow .... camera operator
Colin Heagle .... generator operator
Vince Phillips .... key grip
Les Sanderson .... best boy electric
Eike Schroter .... still photographer
Paul Sigurdson .... first assistant camera (as Einar Sigurdson)
Gary Stamford .... lamp operator
Ian Gariepy .... grip (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Stephanie Boeke .... extras casting
 
Editorial Department
Andrea Dixon .... colorist: Rainmaker
Brian Quigley .... assembly editor
Garry Wallace .... first assistant editor
 
Location Management
Catou Kearney .... location manager
Julie Slater .... assistant location manager
 
Music Department
Natasha Duprey .... music supervisor (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Leslie Black .... transportation co-captain (as Lesley Black)
Richard Chilton .... transportation coordinator
Steve Martin .... transportation captain
Duane Shearer .... driver: cast (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Dave Aitken .... police technical consultant
Kelly Bernhardt .... story intern
Andrea Brigneti .... contract administration
Faith Brooks .... production coordinator (as M. Faith Brooks)
Shane Carlson .... assistant production coordinator
Shelley Eriksen .... executive story consultant
Trish Fell .... craft service
Trish Fell .... first aid
Daegan Fryklind .... story editor
Sandra Gould .... production accountant
Linda-Lisa Hayter .... script supervisor
Krista Johnston .... clearances
Janice Lee .... publicity executive
Robin Oliphant .... director of production finance
Regan Peacock .... business analyst
Geoff Titcomb .... chef
Bill Vigars .... unit publicist
Laura Wheeler .... director: business affairs
 

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
William Flaherty  writer
Julia Keatley  co-creator
Philip Keatley  co-creator
Matt MacLeod  co-creator
Marlene Matthews  2001-
Laurie Pearson  2001-

Produced by
Seaton McLean .... producer
David A. Shepherd .... line producer (uncredited)
 
Cinematography by
Paul Mitchnick 
A.J. Vesak (2 episodes)
 
Set Decoration by
Grant Pearse (1998-1999)
 
Costume Design by
Cali Newcomen 
 
Makeup Department
Harlow MacFarlane .... special makeup effects artist
Ryan Nicholson .... prosthetic corpse designer
Ryan Nicholson .... special makeup effects designer
Christ Stanley .... special makeup effects artist
Juliana Vit .... assistant makeup artist
 
Production Management
Tecca Crosby .... executive in charge of production: CTV (2001-)
Daniel Mikolay .... post-production supervisor (2001-) (as Daniel A. Mikolay)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sean Frewer .... trainee assistant director
Mindy Heslin .... second assistant director (season 2)
Chris Lamb .... third assistant director (seasons 4, 5)
 
Art Department
Katterina Keith .... visual consultant (1999)
Steve Miller .... lead dresser
 
Sound Department
Mike Beckett .... sound editor (one episode)
Kelly Cole .... re-recording mixer
Christian T. Cooke .... re-recording mixer
Lisa Doyle .... sound effects editor (2001-)
Terry Frewer .... sound
Jeff Hamon .... adr mixer
Mark Hensley .... adr recordist
Brad Hillman .... re-recording mixer
Roger Morris .... adr mixer
Miguel Nunes .... re-recording mixer
Jean Tejkel .... foley mixer (as Jean Raymond)
Leigh Hunt Wilks .... sound mixer
 
Stunts
James Bamford .... stunt actor
Mike Desabrais .... stunt double: Michael Hogan
Corry Glass .... stunts
Kathy Hubble .... stunts
Leslie McMichael .... stunt double
Jeff Sanca .... stunt performer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Dave Brown .... grip
George Campbell .... gaffer (2001-)
Greg Corp .... still photographer (2001-)
John-David Hutchison .... best boy electric (2001-)
Timo Juonolainen .... dolly grip (2001-)
Alan Lennox .... Steadicam operator (2001-)
Alan Lennox .... camera operator (2001-)
Stuart Lennox .... key grip (2001-)
Kevin Rankin .... generator operator (2001-)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Allison Chretien .... truck costumer (season 2)
Jessica Lythgoe-Green .... assistant costume designer
 
Editorial Department
Curtis Chichak .... first assistant editor (2001-)
Chris Mayo .... video conform editor
 
Transportation Department
Rainer Scheelisch .... driver
 
Other crew
Nobu Adilman .... script coordinator (2001-)
Jennifer Amey .... assistant: Ms. La Traverse
David Barlow .... executive script consultant
Trevor Brokop .... production assistant
Ian Doig .... animal trainer
Anna Falsetta .... production finance director (2001-)
Bruce Gammie .... production assistant
Jason Gibb .... production assistant
Tanya Gibson .... chef (2001-)
Danny Ho .... computer effects coordinator
Sharon Ingram .... production coordinator
Avrum Jacobson .... executive story editor (2001-)
Dean Lange .... production accountant (2001-)
Laurie Pearson .... story editor (2001-)
Marilyn Ross .... assistant to producer (2001-)
Devin Senft .... key production assistant
Trevor Steele .... craft service first aid (2001-)
Trevor Undi .... production assistant
Paul Walker .... chef (2002-)
James Weiland .... story intern (2002-)
Ian Weir .... senior story editor
 
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0 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
An episode of regret to end forever, 24 October 2006
Author: prazbin from Canada

Part 2: And the Fury is one of Cold Squad's finest episodes. It's the episode that makes all of the series come to an end and it well better be over for all its characters. Right at the end, when Sgt. Ali McCormick shoots by accident the prime suspect she's been suspecting of a little girl's kidnapping, she cries at the end, she really regretted what she's done right as the episode ends. Before she kills the guy, she's being the villain, what kind of police sergeant is being ? That last scene when Ali cries as she regrets what she's done, is also the moment when all she has done in her career as a cop, she regrets because she went throw a lot of trouble bringing justice to Vancouver. I wonder what would Det. Tony Logozzo be doing if he appeared in this episode. I think Ali regrets some things she as done in other episodes of the series, like breaking up with to boyfriends in the past, quitting her job at the end of season 6 and getting back to it in episode 1 of season 7, punching some suspects she tracked before sending them to justice, not being convinced by Sgt. Len Harper to release Lila Nelson in Borders after the drug bust, and a hole lot more things to mention, the list goes on.

As far as the others characters are concerned, Sgt. Len Harper does regret anything even if he should, finding his own daughter Kassia when she was missing, relieves him from avoiding any regrets in his own career as a cop. Det. Samantha Walters should regret what she's done to her family after she arrests her own father, which she deserves to in the end, regret it that is. Can we believe that she was an exotic dancer before becoming a cop, according to her backgrounds ?!?! Just comes to show that this is the episode from which we digged deeper in the personal lives of the investigators. Period.

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