Leo McGinty passes away, leaving Maisey all alone in the world. May is the executor of Leo's will and he appoints May to be Maisey's guardian and leaves all possessions, including the pawn ... See full summary »

Director:

Ken Jubenvill

Writers:

Kevin Sullivan (creator), Michael MacLennan

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Shirley Douglas ... May Bailey
Kathryn Greenwood ... Grace Bailey
Dylan Provencher Dylan Provencher ... Hub Bailey
Tyrone Savage ... Fat Bailey
James Carroll James Carroll ... Max Sutton
Robin Craig ... Toppy Bailey
Dalene Irvine Dalene Irvine ... Maisey McGinty
Bradie Whetham Bradie Whetham ... Pritchard Flett
Philip Granger ... Eddy Jackson
Allegra Fulton ... Lucille
Rodger Barton Rodger Barton ... Sgt. Stoneman
Gordon Jocelyn Gordon Jocelyn ... Station Master Pete
Sandy Webster Sandy Webster ... Harmon Drakeford
Roger Dunn ... Edmund Wanless
Robert Clarke ... Lonnie Vreeker
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Leo McGinty passes away, leaving Maisey all alone in the world. May is the executor of Leo's will and he appoints May to be Maisey's guardian and leaves all possessions, including the pawn shop and the building, to Maisey. As such, Maisey is to move in with May and May suggests closing the pawn shop until Maisey becomes of age. Maisey has other ideas - she wants to run the pawn shop and continue to live there on her own. Maisey and May continue their battle of wills as Maisey does move in with May. However, Maisey is certain that drifter ex-con Eddy Jackson is her biological father. She runs a classified ad in the Toronto newspaper hoping that Eddy will read it and come for her. He indeed is her father and does come to New Bedford, with his wife Lucille in tow, to collect Maisey. Eddy seems to have got his life in order, however May won't absolve her responsibility toward Maisey that easily and allow Eddy and Lucille to take all that was left to Maisey. After Fat and Pritchard catch ... Written by Huggo

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Genres:

Drama | Family

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 February 2000 (Canada) See more »

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