Murdoch Mysteries: Season 3, Episode 2

The Great Wall (21 Mar. 2010)

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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 ... See full summary »

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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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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 »

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