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Call of the Wild: Part 1 

A homicide investigation leads Fraser and Kowalski to a major arms smuggling operation masterminded by Fraser Sr.'s old adversary Holloway Muldoon. As Fraser and Kowalski pursue the case, ... See full summary »

Director:

Steve DiMarco

Writers:

Paul Haggis (created by), Paul Gross | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser
Callum Keith Rennie ... Det. Stanley Raymond Kowalski
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh
Camilla Scott Camilla Scott ... Margaret Thatcher
Tony Craig Tony Craig ... Jack Huey
Tom Melissis Tom Melissis ... Thomas E. Dewey
Ramona Milano ... Francesca Vecchio
Gordon Pinsent ... Fraser Sr.
Dean McDermott ... Constable Turnbull
David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Bo Svenson ... Holloway Muldoon
Jonathan Potts ... Agent Lachlan
Phillip Jarrett ... Agent Maddox (as Phil Jarrett)
Jan Rubes ... Dr. Mort Gustafson
Leslie Nielsen ... Sgt. Buck Frobisher
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Storyline

A homicide investigation leads Fraser and Kowalski to a major arms smuggling operation masterminded by Fraser Sr.'s old adversary Holloway Muldoon. As Fraser and Kowalski pursue the case, they come up against the Feds, accidentally blowing the cover of the real Ray Vecchio. As Part I ended, Fraser and Kowalski had pursued arms dealer Holloway Muldoon to an airfield, arriving just in time to cling to the fuselage of the departing plane. Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment

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Details

Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 March 1999 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Goofs

Ray informs Fraser that he's fishing in the Chicago reservoir, which provides the city with drinking water, and there are no fish in the reservoir. Chicago's water is provided from Lake Michigan (which has plenty of fish in it). Any reservoirs Chicago has are actually used for flood runoff and would not be used for drinking water. See more »

Quotes

Lt. Harding Welsh: Oh, Ray...
Ray VecchioDet. Stanley Raymond Kowalski: Yeah?
Lt. Harding Welsh: No, I mean, um... oh, I see this is gonna be confusing. Okay, look, you be Ray Vecchio 'cause you were Ray Vecchio to start with.
Ray Vecchio: Right.
Det. Stanley Raymond Kowalski: So, uh, who am I?
Lt. Harding Welsh: Good question. Well, you can be Stanley Kowalski.
Ray Vecchio: Stanley Kowalski?
Lt. Harding Welsh: Yeah, his father had a big thing for Marlon Brando.
Det. Stanley Raymond Kowalski: So I just, um, I just...
[Welsh nods]
[...]
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