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Seaway (TV series)

Seaway
Genre Drama
Created by Abraham Polonsky
Written by Edward DeBlasio
Lindsay Galloway
Alvin Goldman
Ian McLellan Hunter
Charles E. Israel
Norman Klenman
Abraham Polonsky
Directed by John Berry
Abner Biberman
Herschel Daugherty
Lawrence Dobkin
Harvey Hart
Irving Lerner
George McCowan
Daniel Petrie
Abraham Polonsky
Gayne Rescher
Harrison Starr
Eric Till
Starring Stephen Young
Austin Willis
Cec Linder
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 31
Production
Executive producer(s) Maxine Samuels
Producer(s) Michael Sadlier
Running time 60 mins. (approx)
Production company(s) Seaway Films
ATV
Distributor ITC Entertainment (original)
ITV (current)
Release
Original channel CBC (Canada)
ATV (United Kingdom)
Audio format Monaural
Original release September 16, 1965 – September 8, 1966

Seaway is a Canadian drama series that aired on CBC Television from 1965 to 1966. The series was a Seaway Films production in collaboration with the UK's ATV, with production money provided by the CBC. It was presented by ASP and distributed internationally by ITC Entertainment.

Contents

  • Synopsis 1
  • Main cast 2
  • Episode list 3
  • Episodes 4
  • External links 5
  • References 6

Synopsis

Created by Abraham Polonsky, the series followed the adventures of Nick King, played by Stephen Young, who works as the ship owners agent and Department of Transport agent Leslie Fox (Austin Willis), and the special police force patrolling the Saint Lawrence Seaway.

Main cast

Notable guest stars included Canadian actor Gordon Pinsent, Canada-based British actor Barry Morse (who was appearing in The Fugitive at the time), Star Trek pilot episode actress Sally Kellerman and Faye Dunaway in one of her first screen appearances.

Episode list

All the 30 episodes are complete. The series is showing in Australia on the


  1. ^ Affair with a Killer (1966) | IMDB

References

  • Seaway at the Internet Movie Database
  • Seaway at TV.com
  • Queen's University Directory of CBC Television Series: Seaway (text link)
  • at the Classic TV ArchiveSeaway

External links

  • "Nothing but a Long Goodbye"
  • "The Sparrows"
  • "A Medal for Mirko"
  • "Abraham's Hand"

The transmission and/or production order of the following episodes is unknown. It can be assumed these episodes slot into the gaps in the above list.

*Episodes made in color

Episode # Episode title
1-1 "Shipment from Marseilles"
1-2 "Last Voyage"
1-3 "Border Incident"
1-4 "What the Rats Knew"
1-5 "The Only Good Indian"
1-6 "34th Man"
1-7 "The Provocative Mademoiselle"
1-8 "Bonhomme Richard"
1-9 "Nothing But A Long Goodbye"
1-10 "Abraham's Hand"
1-11 "Mutiny"
1-12 "A Medal for Mirko"
1-13 "Port of Call: Paradise"
1-14 "Trial by Fire"
1-15 "The Wharf Rat"
1-16 "Over the Falls"
1-17 "Maria"
1-18 "The Sparrows"
1-19 "Ghost Ship"
1-20 "Dead Reckoning"
1-21 "Billy the Kid"
1-22 "The Viking"
1-23 "Hot Line"
1-24 "The Last Free Man"
1-25 "Sinking of the Elizabeth Rainey"
1-26 "Rx for Murder"
1-27 "Don't Forget to Wipe the Blood Off, Part One"*
1-28 "Don't Forget to Wipe the Blood Off, Part Two"*
1-29 "Gunpowder and Paint, Part One"*
1-30 "Gunpowder and Paint (Part Two)"*

Episodes

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