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"One Good Man" is the eighth episode of season two of the dramedy series Due South and the thirty-first episode of the series overall. It was directed by Malcolm Cross with a teleplay written by Kathy Slevin and Jeff King, based on a story treatment by Frank Siracusa. It first aired on CTV in Canada on February 8th, 1996 and in the United States on CBS on February 9th, 1996.

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Note: The following is taken from the full credits list for this entry on IMDB. As it is a website with user-submitted information, some of the data listed here, including character names may be inaccurate.

Notes & Trivia Edit

  • This episode is included on the Due South: Season Two DVD collection.
  • This episode marks the directorial debut of Malcolm Cross, who is best known for his work as a cinematographer. It is his only episode as a director on Due South.
  • Actress Katayoun A. Marciano is credited as Katayoun Amini in this episode.
  • This is the first episode of the series with Robert Thomas as a stunt performer.

Allusions Edit

  • The city hall filibuster is reminiscent of the infamous Jimmy Stewart scene at the climax of the 1939 Frank Capra film, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.
  • The song playing at the end of the episode when Benton Fraser is talking to his Buick is "Lock, Stock and Teardrops" by Andy Duncan. [2]

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  1. Credited, but does not appear in this episode.
  2. Hiwaay.net; Due South episodes.


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