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"Da Vinci's Inquest" Must Be a Night for Fires (2005)

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Original Air Date:
23 January 2005 (Season 7, Episode 13)
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Two arsons are investigated. The first is a car fire which killed the car's occupant. And the second is on the exterior of Kosmo's house... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Nicholas Campbell ... Dominic Da Vinci

Ian Tracey ... Det. Mick Leary

Gerard Plunkett ... Chief Coroner Bob Kelly
Venus Terzo ... Det. Angela Kosmo

Alex Diakun ... Chick Savoy

Donnelly Rhodes ... Det. Leo Shannon

Sarah-Jane Redmond ... Sgt. Sheila Kurtz

Sarah Strange ... Helen

Kim Hawthorne ... Det. Rose Williams

Stephen E. Miller ... Det. Zack McNab

Hrothgar Mathews ... Sgt. Charlie Klotchko

Alisen Down ... Dr. Maria Donato

Brian Markinson ... Police Chief Bill Jacobs

John Cassini ... Dino Rosario

Emily Perkins ... Sue Lewis

Camille Sullivan ... Det. Suki Taylor

Dhirendra ... Sanjay Gohill

Fred Keating ... Councillor Jack Pierce

Chris Britton ... Richard Norton

Patrick Gallagher ... Det. Joe Finn

Veena Sood ... Interim Mayor Joyce Simkins
Cedric De Souza ... Ted Fellows

Linda Darlow ... Sandra Ferlinger

Viv Leacock ... Rob Simms

Terry Chen ... William Chen
Tuan Phan ... Vin Tuan

Samantha Ferris ... Constable Samantha Townsend
Dean Marshall ... Constable Carter
Meghan Currie ... Inmate

Kathryn Kirkpatrick ... Corrections Officer
Francesco Alongi ... Francesco
Dave Cameron ... Paramedic
Leanne Adachi ... Claire
Haydn Wazelle ... Doctor (as Hayden Thomas)
Phoenix Ly ... Guy

Elizabeth Thai ... Lila Tuan

Ben Cotton ... Anson

Braden Haggerty ... Tremaine

Parm Soor ... Sergeant Nadeem Parmar

Michael Eklund ... Horvath
Syndy De Silva ... Nurse
Robin Richardson ... Steven Dennison
Laurie Brunetti ... Carmine
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rajinder Singh Cheema ... Rajinder Ahluwalia (uncredited)

Ian Thompson ... Firefighter (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Nicholas Campbell 
 
Writing credits
Chris Haddock (created by)

Chris Haddock (written by) &
Sylvia Leung (written by) &
Jesse McKeown (written by)

Sylvia Leung  story editor

Produced by
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
 
Original Music by
Schaun Tozer 
 
Cinematography by
David Frazee 
 
Film Editing by
Jane Morrison 
 
Casting by
Lynne Carrow 
 
Production Design by
Rachel O'Toole 
 
Art Direction by
Murray Gilmour 
 
Set Decoration by
Shane Vieau 
 
Costume Design by
Siobhan Gray 
 
Makeup Department
Beverley Keigher .... key makeup artist
Janet Sala .... key hair stylist
 
Production Management
Julia Neville .... production manager
Natasha Nystrom .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Caroline Battista .... second assistant director
Lee Knippelberg .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Colin Comeau .... lead painter
Jim Davie .... construction coordinator
Gordon Deyell .... property master
Jurgen Gottschlag .... paint coordinator
 
Sound Department
James Fonnyadt .... sound editor
Patrick Haskill .... sound designer (as Pat Haskill)
Brad Hillman .... sound re-recording mixer
Gina Mueller .... dialogue editor
Mark Noda .... boom operator
Miguel Nunes .... adr supervisor
Miguel Nunes .... sound re-recording mixer
Brody Ratsoy .... adr engineer
Brody Ratsoy .... foley engineer
Brody Ratsoy .... sound re-recording mixer
Rick Senechal .... sound editor
William Skinner .... sound recordist (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)
 
Special Effects by
Reg Milne .... special effects coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael Courtney .... still photographer
Richard Eagan .... first assistant camera
Kevin Hall .... camera operator
Sean Rooney .... gaffer
Christopher Tate .... key grip (as Chris Tate)
Hugh Meikle .... generator operator (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Melissa Perry .... casting associate
Melissa Perry .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Charron Hume .... costume supervisor
Laurel Morgan .... assistant costume designer
 
Editorial Department
Ryan Hogan .... colorist
Catherine McQuaid .... post-production coordinator
Mark Shearer .... assistant editor
Bruce Whidden .... colorist
 
Location Management
Geoff Teoli .... location manager
 
Music Department
Tim McCauley .... composer: end credits theme
 
Transportation Department
Laurie Morris .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Michelle Almaz Tadege .... production coordinator (as Almaz Tadege)
Carol Chestnut .... legal services
Rick Crook .... technical advisor
Alan DiFiore .... executive story consultant (as Alan Di Fiore)
Arthur Evrensel .... legal services
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
Jesse McKeown .... executive story editor
Susan Morgan .... creative head: CBC TV drama
 

Series Crew
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Directed by
Tom Braidwood (episodes 20, 23, 28)
Robert Cuffley (episode 3, season 5)
Chris Haddock (episodes 13, 20, 35, 26, 37, 42 and 50)
George Mihalka (multiple episodes) (2002-2003)
A.J. Vesak (episodes 21, 30)
Anne Wheeler (episodes 1, 2, 3, 14, 15, 28, 38 and 42)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Chris Haddock  creator

Cinematography by
A.J. Vesak (episode 1.16, 1.18-1.19)
 
Makeup Department
Harlow MacFarlane .... special makeup effects artist
Ryan Nicholson .... prosthetic corpse designer
Tamar Ouziel .... assistant makeup artist
Tone Rorvik .... makeup artist
Carole Simcox .... additional makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Josy Capkun .... third assistant director (season 2)
Josy Capkun .... trainee assistant director
Michael Collins .... trainee assistant director
Roger Mattiussi .... second unit director
 
Art Department
Vanessa Anderson .... lead dresser (as Vanessa Oepkes)
Trevor Cole .... set dresser
Scott Holburn .... on-set dresser (season 6)
Karen Mullen .... assistant property master
James Purvis .... assistant set decorator (2000)
Tony Wohlgemuth .... assistant art director (season 5)
 
Sound Department
Chris Glyn-Jones .... replacement boom operator
Carmen Lavender .... sound assistant (as Carmen Verin)
Julie Saragosa .... sound effects editor
Graham Timmer .... day call sound assistant
 
Special Effects by
Christ Stanley .... maker of dead bodies
 
Stunts
Dave Hospes .... stunts
Rick Moore .... stunt double
Jeff Sanca .... stunt performer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael Bruce Adams .... second assistant camera (1998) (as Michael Adams)
Andrew Boxwell .... camera trainee
Mike Carpenter .... best boy grip
David Goyer .... generator operator
Aaron Haesler .... camera trainee (season 7)
Daniel Volonino .... camera trainee
Darin Wong .... dolly grip
 
Casting Department
Lana Carson .... casting assistant
Anande Maré-Cross .... casting assistant
 
Editorial Department
Rhonda Blewett .... telecine assistant
Simon Broderick .... junior colorist
Anna DiFiore .... post-production assistant
 
Location Management
Hans Dayal .... assistant location manager
Amy Edelson .... assistant location manager
Anand Kanna .... assistant location manager (season 3)
Anand Kanna .... location scout
Jedrzej Kowalski .... assistant location manager
Susan Nestibo .... assistant location manager (2002)
Jason Nolan .... assistant location manager (season 3)
 
Other crew
Vanessa Anderson .... office coordinator (season 5) (as Vanessa Oepkes)
Sandra Baier .... set properties
Dana Dubé .... animal trainer
Michelle Gasque .... office production assistant
Bonnie Judd .... animal provider
Bonnie Judd .... animal trainer
Ryan Judd .... animal trainer
Nathan Lomax .... production assistant
Andrew Simpson .... animal trainer
Ashley Suttle .... assistant trainer
Chris Turner .... photo double
Nancy Vibert .... payroll accountant (seasons 5-7)
Scooby Vincent .... production assistant (as Michelle Vincent)
Kelly Louise Wiwchar .... utility stand-in (as Kelly Wiwchar)
 
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7 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
What da heck happened here, eh?, 1 January 2007
Author: BigSkyMax from Bigtown, Montana USA

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Why oh why did this so-excellent series just drop off a cliff like this? This has to be the most undignified ending for a great TV show since Lou Grant got pole-axed to shut up Ed Asner. The last 20 episodes skillfully developed these marvelous characters to a complex ending, then just...stopped. I got hooked watching the show last year on Superstation WGN. I think DVI is the perfect counterpoint to overproduced American dramas like CSI. To begin with, everyone who works in an office on DVI keeps their lights on. And there are no genius IQ superkillers who wreak havoc with gory crimes that suspend the laws of physics and logic. There are few explosions, no billion-dollar police laboratories where apparently no one worries about taxpayer dollars. Just good writing, good strong character development and good acting and directing. Yet maddeningly, the 91st and final (?) episode leaves us with no resolution to the previous three years of shows. I cannot find any info about why; the subsequent new series (quickly canceled) apparently did not show how Da Vinci got to City Hall, or who stopped the mad murdering bad Cop, or what happened to Sue, etc. The Show's websites appear abandoned. Does there exist somewhere a proper end to this series?

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