Murdoch Mysteries: Season 3, Episode 2

The Great Wall (21 Mar. 2010)

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Murdoch is assigned to an adjacent station house when one of their officers is found murdered in Toronto's Chinatown, his theories on the crime come under question.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Dr. Julia Ogden (as Hélène Joy)
Constable Randall Tonwsend
Allan Royal ...
Richard Clarkin ...
Inspector Davis
Feng Choy
Lee Rumohr ...
Constable Pete Holder
Edward Chan
Martin Happer ...
Constable Curtis Cooper


Detective Murdoch is called in by Station 5 to investigate the murder of one of their Constables, found dead in Toronto's China Town. A Chinese shop owner, Feng Choy, is blamed for the crime but Murdoch is very doubtful that the old man is responsible. Written by Paul Harrison

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Crime | Drama | Mystery






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Toronto's Chinatown is one of the biggest in North America. When Chinese immigrants in the early 1870s found themselves unwelcome in eastern Canada, they moved to Toronto. See more »


At the Chinese herbal shop Murdoch uses a 5-cent piece the size of a modern day nickel. But that style of coinage wasn't adopted until 1921, and before then 5-cent pieces were made of silver and were smaller than a modern day dime. See more »


Detective William Murdoch: You're involved in illegl gambling, Mr. Chen. Just how do you intend to resolve this?
Ling: I am sure we can come to an arrangement. I knew when Mr. Cooper died, I would have to... renegotiate... What are your terms?
Detective William Murdoch: My terms?
Ling: Well, Cooper took 20%. I always thought that was a bit excessive, but then what choice do I have?
Detective William Murdoch: You're lying. Cooper was a decorated officer.
Ling: He also liked his bread with butter - just like we all do.
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