Six men who participated in hunting trip are being killed by an animal who tears their throats out like a wolf.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Julia Ogden (as Hélène Joy)
Jimmy McLeod
Jeffrey Douglas ...
Reginald Pundsett (as Jeff Douglas)
Jacob Summers
Frank Jenson
Christine Brubaker ...
Merrill Hardy
Alec Stockwell ...
Old Dave


There's a beautiful full moon in the sky and Toronto may have a lycanthrope - a werewolf - on the prowl. The first victim is a prominent banker who, along with his two large dogs, is found mauled to death in the warehouse district. His death is soon followed by the death of several others and information points to the fact that the men all knew one another and had recently been on a hunting trip together. The police use the services of a native tracker, Jimmy McLeod. The young man aspires to be a police constable but race prevents that from ever happening. In his personal life, it is apparent to Enid, even if it isn't to Murdoch, that he still harbors feelings for Dr. Ogden. She tells him that the time has come for him to make a commitment to her and her son Alwyn or end their relationship. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Mystery





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20 May 2009 (Canada)  »

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Jimmy and the Shaman are members of the Ojibway tribe (also known as the Ojibwe and Chippewa) is he third largest in the United States after the Cherokee and the Navajo.) It is widely dispersed between Michigan, Minnesota and Montana. American Ojibways number 100,00 while those living in Canada number about 76,000. The tribe's language, Anishinaabe, is closely related to Algonquin. The tribe is noted for popularizing wild rice and being the only Ntive American tribe to defeat the Sioux in battle. See more »


Enid Jones: ...I think that it's better that you go.
Detective William Murdoch: [She rises and he follows] So, this is it then?
Enid Jones: What more can there be?
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Could Have Been A Great Episode
3 January 2012 | by (Metairie, LA) – See all my reviews

This one COULD have been a great episode if the writers and producers had not devoted so much time to political correctness. An Indian, who worked in the stables, was engaged to assist in tracking the person (or thing) who attacked and killed a man. This was fine, but we had to listen to Murdoch and Crabtree discuss the fact it was "unfair" that the allegedly "capable" Indian could never become a police officer simply because he was an Indian. However, his only capabilities appeared to be the fact he was adept at tracking and this certainly does NOT qualify one to be a police officer. Additionally, the "werewolf" turns out to be an Indian hunting guide who was accidentally shot and left to die -- not what I would call a satisfactory, or intriguing, conclusion.

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