A pair of ancient Canadian aboriginal masks are stolen from a museum by thieves in the night. Fraser must find the masks and return them intact, with the help - or hindrance - of an old friend from up north.

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Beau Starr ...
Daniel Kash ...
Louis Gardino (credit only)
Tony Craig ...
Jack Huey (credit only)
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Camilla Scott ...
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Louise St. Laurent
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Eric
Denise Virieux ...
Michelle Duchamps
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David Kitikmeot
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Daphne Kelly
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John Robinson
Christopher Earle ...
Car Rental Clerk (as Chris Earle)
Curtis Jonnie ...
Albert
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A pair of ancient Canadian aboriginal masks are stolen from a museum by thieves in the night. Fraser must find the masks and return them intact, with the help - or hindrance - of an old friend from up north.

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Trivia

Played by Rodney A. Grant, the same character was initially known only as "Inuit Hunter" in the original pilot movie. Now, he is called Eric, named after the original actor who played him in the pilot, Eric Schweig. See more »

Goofs

Fraser and Vecchio are shown approaching the Natural History Museum near the Water Tower, which is 3½ miles north of the actual Natural History Museum. See more »

Quotes

Ray Vecchio: [about the masks] Yeah, well, they give me the creeps.
Constable Benton Fraser: You should stop looking at them.
Ray Vecchio: They're looking at me!
Constable Benton Fraser: You know, it's interesting you should say that, Ray, because that's what they're intended to do. The inner mask has its eyes open and the outer mask has its eyes closed, and they interlock, one inside the other. It's the only matching set in existence.
Ray Vecchio: Yeah, that's great. Can we go now?
[starts toward the door as Fraser checks the security system]
Ray Vecchio: Fraser...
Constable Benton Fraser: Coming.
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Soundtracks

Ragged Ass Road
Written and Performed by Tom Cochrane
©1995 BMG Music Publishing Canada Inc. and Falling Sky Music (Socan)
Produced by arrangement with EMI Music Canada
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