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Ride Forever (2006)

Video  -  Documentary  -  4 September 2006 (UK)
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Documentary detailing the making of all the seasons of Due South, from casting to how it eventually ended.

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A documentary about the TV series Due South
29 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This documentary was created to accompany the final season(s) of Due South when it was released on DVD in Great Britain. Almost every single cast member is interviewed and numerous scenes are shown from the series. People who loved the series will enjoy this look back through the eyes of the cast and crew. Paul Gross is naturally given the most screen time but almost all other cast members get to have their say. David Marciano who played Ray Vecchio in the first two seasons has a good deal to say about his time with the series and he tells how he ended up being replace by Callum Keith Rennie for the last (one or two, depending on where you live) seaso(s)of the show. Rennie also has his say about taking over from a much loved character on an established series. Paul Gross for his part maintains that he enjoyed working with both actors and really enjoyed his involvement with the series.


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