Da Vinci's Inquest (1998–2006)

A Cinderella Story: Part 2 

Da Vinci calls for Vancouver to establish a red light district following the death of a high-priced escort and with the continuing mystery of the 28 missing prostitutes, all presumed dead.


Anne Wheeler


Chris Haddock (created by), Alan DiFiore (executive story consultant) | 5 more credits »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nicholas Campbell ... Dominic Da Vinci
Suleka Mathew ... Dr. Sunny Ramen
Donnelly Rhodes ... Det. Leo Shannon
Venus Terzo ... Det. Angela Kosmo
Ian Tracey ... Det. Mick Leary
Gwynyth Walsh ... Dr. Patricia Da Vinci
Robert Wisden ... Chief Coroner James Flynn
Katharine Isabelle ... Madeline Marquetti
David Kopp ... Gerry Towne
Blu Mankuma ... Sid Samuels
Jenn Griffin ... Rae
Mackenzie Gray ... Thomas Bigler
Andrew Johnston ... Doctor
Ron Selmour ... Vincent Marx (as Ronald Selmour)
Duncan Fraser ... Staff Sgt. Regan


Patricia rules that the initial cause of Thomas Bigler's prostitute's death was an allergic reaction to penicillin, which in turn led to the unusual positioning of his body and the actual result of asphyxiation. Leary and Kosmo pursue the angle that the person who gave him the penicillin could be charged in his death. They learn through Bigler that the prostitute, named Errol, worked for the same agency as Madeline Marquetti. Madeline's pimp, Gerry Towne, has beat her up for secretly running off. After Leary and Kosmo initially question Gerry about Errol, Madeline informs Gerry's doctor of the discussion. The doctor, who likes Madeline and doesn't like that Gerry beat her up, decides that he will set it up so that Gerry takes the fall for Errol's death, a move which would release Madeline from her prison with Gerry and close the escort agency. Meanwhile, Vincent Marx has hired a new lawyer, Sid Samuels. As Marx still denies killing Suzanne Meyers - the prostitute he was convicted of ... Written by Huggo

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Crime | Mystery | Drama







Release Date:

13 October 1999 (Canada) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Sid Samuels: Money? Now you listen to me. Either the wrong guy's in prison and the right guy's running loose, or the right guy's in prison and he somehow snuck out in the middle of the night, killed her...
Dominic Da Vinci: [very quietly interrupting] All right.
Sid Samuels: ...cut her into various pieces...
Dominic Da Vinci: [more firmly, interrupting] All right.
Sid Samuels: ...and then snuck back i-into a maximum security prison, in a solitary confinement cell.
Dominic Da Vinci: [drily] You put a three-piece band behind that, you got yourself a country-and-western classic.
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