Due South (TV Series)
- Original title
Due South (TV Series)
- Running time
- 60 min.
- United States
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Co-production United States-Canada;
Alliance Atlantis Communications, Baton, CTV Television Network, CBS Productions, BBC, Alliance Communications Corporation, Pro 7
TV Series. Adventure. Comedy. Drama | Crime
- Due South is a Canadian television police comedy-drama from the 1990s. It was created by Paul Haggis and produced by Alliance Communications. The show first aired in 1994, and ran until 1999. It followed the adventures of fictional Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer Constable Benton Fraser and his wolfdog companion, Diefenbaker, who find themselves living and working in Chicago. Fraser's methods, usually more sensitive and understanding than is typical for police work, gave the series a reputation for well rounded characters.
Being overly polite, Fraser's probably best known short quotes were: 'thank you kindly'; when he found himself in trouble – an understated 'oh dear'; and when faced with contradictory circumstances from other characters – an all knowing and eloquently stated 'understood'. Another humorous angle of the show was that his sidekick wolf, Diefenbaker, though deaf, could read lips.
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