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Mountie on the Bounty: Part 2 

Ray, Fraser, Welsh, Thatcher and a Canadian ship full of RCMP's take on criminals at sea.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Beau Starr ...
Camilla Scott ...
Tony Craig ...
Tom Melissis ...
Douglas Campbell ...
Capt. Ed Smithers
Janet Wright ...
Sgt. Sam Thorn
Gilbert Wallace
Vic Hester
Geoffrey Bowes ...


Ray, Fraser, Welsh, Thatcher and a Canadian ship full of RCMP's take on criminals at sea.

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22 March 1998 (USA)  »

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When Stan is on the phone trying to call for help as the ship is sinking, he calls the lieutenant 'Captain' as he's yelling into his cellphone before the battery dies. See more »


Harding Welsh: [In the morgue. Mort jokes about cutting a map that has been carved on a dead guy's chest off and as a result, Turnbull faints] Is he all right?
Margaret Thatcher: [busy looking at the map on the dead guy's chest] With Turnbull, one can never tell.
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The Robert MacKenzie
Written by Paul Gross & Jay Semko
Performed by Paul Gross & Captain Tractor
Produced by Jack Lenz for Lenz Entertainment
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The Beginning of the End for a great series
16 September 2009 | by (Mad City, Wisconsin) – See all my reviews

I'm a new fan of DUE SOUTH, by way of the DVD collection.

I dearly LOVED the first seasons; the writing was intelligent, and the plots were believable, tho somewhat unlikely. It was a show with warmth and heart and gentle humor... it was something that modern Hollywood productions didn't match.

When the series was resurrected for another go it was clear that something was missing.

Too many Hollywood influences were intruding; cheap double entendre dialogue ("Goat sh*t???" "No, that's GHOST SHIP!"), and plots that were clearly conceived by someone who'd done one line of coke too many.

MOUNTIE ON THE BOUNTY parts 1 and 2 made me want to cry. An excellent vehicle had just turned into a hackneyed series for people just going through the motions for the money.

The sly, subtle aspects of the series were dying; the homages were taking over. The early on references to A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE were cute, but it was easy to see that imagination was dying with the opening of part 1; the re staging of the cliff scene from BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID.

When they pulled that one, they didn't jump a cliff... they were Jumping the Shark.

Good parts... Frasier singing the Stan Rogers song BARRATT'S PRIVATEERS in part one, and the unspoken reference to Gordon Lightfoot in part 2.

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