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First the Seducing Then the Screwing ()


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Dominic Da Vinci
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Det. Mick Leary
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Det. Angela Kosmo
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Chick Savoy
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Chief Coroner Bob Kelly
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Sgt. Sheila Kurtz
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Det. Leo Shannon
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Det. Rose Williams
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Helen
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Det. Zack McNab
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Dr. Maria Donato
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Det. Brian Curtis
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Police Chief Bill Jacobs
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Sgt. Charlie Klotchko
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Sue Lewis
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Isabel Sandonovo
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Sanjay Gohill
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Richard Norton
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Linda Davis
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Det. Joe Finn
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Mayor Russ Hathaway
Dee Jay Jackson ...
Lou
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Lila Tuan
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Bartender (as Ben Ayres)
Ingrid Tesch ...
Mrs. Bill Jacobs
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Abby Hathaway
Mark Louie ...
Police Constable #1
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Police Constable #2 (as Christie Will)
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Sgt. Van Tass
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Don Marcos
Tuan Phan ...
Vin Tuan
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Security Guard

Directed by

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Sean Ryerson

Written by (WGA)

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Chris Haddock ... (creator) (creator)
 
Alan DiFiore ... (executive story consultant) (as Alan Di Fiore)
 
Jesse McKeown ... (executive story editor)
 
Sylvia Leung ... (story editor)
 
Alan DiFiore ... (written by) (as Alan Di Fiore) &
Chris Haddock ... (written by)

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Laszlo Barna ... executive producer
Lynne Carrow ... associate producer
Chris Haddock ... executive producer
Jason James ... associate producer
Carwyn Jones ... co-producer
Laura Lightbown ... producer
Arvi Liimatainen ... producer

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Schaun Tozer

Cinematography by

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David Frazee

Film Editing by

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Jane Morrison

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Ryan Hogan ... colorist
Catherine McQuaid ... post-production coordinator
Mark Shearer ... assistant editor
Bruce Whidden ... colorist

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Lynne Carrow

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Rachel O'Toole

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Murray Gilmour

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Shane Vieau

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Siobhan Gray

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Beverley Keigher ... key makeup artist
Janet Sala ... key hair stylist

Production Management

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Julia Neville ... production manager
Natasha Nystrom ... post-production supervisor

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Caroline Battista ... second assistant director
Lee Knippelberg ... first assistant director

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Jim Davie ... construction coordinator
Gordon Deyell ... property master
Jurgen Gottschlag ... paint coordinator
Colin Comeau ... lead painter (uncredited)

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James Fonnyadt ... sound editor
Darren Gilmore ... dialogue supervisor
Patrick Haskill ... sound designer (as Pat Haskill)
Brad Hillman ... re-recording mixer
Gina Mueller ... dialogue editor
Mark Noda ... boom operator
Miguel Nunes ... re-recording mixer
Rick Senechal ... sound editor
William Skinner ... production sound mixer (as Bill Skinner)
John R.S. Taylor ... dialogue editor (as John Taylor)
Nicole Thompson ... sound supervisor
Gina Mueller ... adr editor (uncredited)
Eric J. Paul ... sound engineer (uncredited)
Brody Ratsoy ... adr engineer (uncredited) / foley engineer (uncredited)

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Reg Milne ... special effects coordinator

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Michael Courtney ... still photographer
Richard Eagan ... first assistant camera
Kevin Hall ... camera operator
Troy J. Peters ... gaffer (as Troy Peters)
Christopher Tate ... key grip (as Chris Tate)
Hugh Meikle ... generator operator (uncredited)

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Melissa Perry ... casting associate / extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Laurel Morgan ... assistant costume designer
Charron Hume ... costume supervisor (uncredited)

Location Management

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Geoff Teoli ... location manager

Music Department

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Tim McCauley ... composer: end credits theme

Transportation Department

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Laurie Morris ... transportation coordinator

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Michelle Almaz Tadege ... production coordinator (as Almaz Tadege)
Carol Chestnut ... legal services: Heenan Blaikie
Rick Crook ... technical advisor
Arthur Evrensel ... legal services: Heenan Blaikie
Brook Gies ... assistant production coordinator
David Goorevitch ... deputy creative head: CBC TV drama
Patti Henderson ... script supervisor
Lorraine Jamison ... unit publicist
Hiro Kanagawa ... intern: story department
Cathy Lauzon ... production accountant
Susan Morgan ... creative head: CBC TV drama
Dylan Staniforth ... production assistant (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Plot Summary

As Da Vinci attends the Police Chief appointment black tie dinner with Maria (the dinner which is populated with many of his professional foes such as Jacobs, Sgt. Klotchko, Mayor Hathaway, and Richard Norton), others in his professional circle are on the job. Lou attends to the death of a woman named Allison Freeman, who was found in her car. The contents of the trunk of her car have some personal connection to Da Vinci. Lou eventually discovers why she might have that material, and Da Vinci tries to find out the precise nature of her interest in him. With Chick's help, Leary tries to get as much information about the transmitter on Will's boat without whomever is doing the surveillance finding out that Leary is aware of the transmitter's existence. Leary adds some surveillance equipment of his own. The dinner is not a total waste for Da Vinci as he learns that his red light district proposal has the interest of the federal government. With Internal's investigation, the police pick up Sue, who has incriminating evidence in her room. Brian officially adds his falsified information into the investigation. With the hit and run case, Da Vinci learns conclusively that the Mayor was not where he said he was that evening. And Shannon has a less than pleasant chat with Kurtz about the incident with Klotchko. He believes that this meeting is the first step in his unwanted early retirement. Written by Huggo

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  • First the Seducing Then the Screwing (Canada)
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  • 44 min
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