Nick King, working for a consortium of ship owners, teams up with Admiral Henry Fox in dealing with problems that occur on the St. Lawrence Seaway. Fox is a government official, bringing a legal aspect to bringing things to a conclusion.

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Abraham Polonsky
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1966   1965  

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Series cast summary:
Stephen Young ...  Nick King 30 episodes, 1965-1966
Austin Willis Austin Willis ...  Admiral Henry Victor Leslie Fox 30 episodes, 1965-1966
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Nick King, working for a consortium of ship owners, teams up with Admiral Henry Fox in dealing with problems that occur on the St. Lawrence Seaway. Fox is a government official, bringing a legal aspect to bringing things to a conclusion.

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Adventure | Drama

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 September 1965 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Meritie See more »

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Runtime:

(30 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Alternate Versions

A two-part episode was reedited into the feature film Don't Forget to Wipe the Blood Off (1966). See more »

Connections

Edited into Affair with a Killer (1966) See more »

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Willis Great In Seaway
23 April 2006 | by animal_8_5See all my reviews

Pretty decent series from the mid-1960s that has apparently dropped off the face of the earth, most probably due to the fact it was filmed in black and white. The late Austin Willis, one of my all-time favorite actors, was brilliant in this one.

The prospect of having the Great Lakes accessible to immense Atlantic Ocean vessels was once thought unthinkable and put the Voyageurs and Coureurs De Bois out of business forever. This featured two special agents delving into the skulduggery of crime in the environs of the brand new St. Lawrence Seaway.

I had the good fortune to chat with Austin Willis a few months before his unfortunate passing and he spoke with great appreciation for his talented "Seaway" co-star Steven Young. This show should go down in history as one of the best made in Canada.


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