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Da Vinci's Inquest 3 Seasons

Season 3
4.9 out of 5 stars (36) IMDb 8.1/10

Fans have dubbed it "Quincy with brains." Nicholas Campbell stars as charismatic, mercurial Vancouver coroner Dominic Da Vinci in this lavishly awarded Canadian series. Each episode blends contemporary social subjects with topical issues of law and order, all seen through the eyes of a man who can't resist a battle for justice.

Starring:
Nicholas Campbell, Donnelly Rhodes

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1. That's the Way the Story Goes

While Shannon and Leary delve into the robbery and double murder of a Russian couple, Da Vinci relentlessly investigates the death of a homeless man found in the doorway of a newly gentrified Eastside apartment. Kosmo probes a dog walker's bizarre death by chopstick.

TV-NR Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: October 4, 2000

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2. Bring Back the Dead

Da Vinci struggles to close a legal loophole: can a convict serving a life sentence gain release after flat-lining in custody but being resuscitated? Shannon and Leary search for a missing boy after his mother dies from a drug-related assault.

TV-NR Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: October 11, 2000

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3. It's a Bad Corner

Second-guessed by a bereaved father and a private investigator at every step, Da Vinci examines the death of a young woman in a house fire. Meanwhile, Shannon and Leary locate a highly unreliable witness in the beating death of a 17-year-old squeegee kid.

TV-NR Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: October 18, 2000

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4. Do You Wanna Dance?

A cabbie's death directs Shannon and Leary to a dance studio operated by the dead man's partner. Da Vinci and Kosmo unravel the complicated relationship shared by a young boxer, his mother, and her abusive boyfriend.

TV-NR Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: October 25, 2000

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5. The Hottest Places in Hell

As Leary and Kosmo set up surveillance on a suspected wife-killer, Da Vinci deals with a very reluctant witness--a Good Samaritan tragically burned in a traffic accident involving the explosion of a propane truck.

TV-NR Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: November 8, 2000

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6. This Shit is Evil

The body of an OD victim dumped outside a hospital with dirt around his mouth leads Da Vinci to a meth operation. Meanwhile, the entire homicide team scrambles to catch the killer of an 11-month-old boy apparently abducted from his crib.

TV-NR Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: November 15, 2000

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7. An Act of God

After a partially decomposed body turns up in a coffin in the back of a camper, Shannon and Leary follow the trail to a bounty hunter. Da Vinci attempts to determine whether a death at a construction site was an accident, negligence, or something else entirely.

TV-NR Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: November 22, 2000

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8. All Tricked Up

Chick Savoy's forensic expertise proves crucial in two cases--Da Vinci's inquiry into a trunk shipped from the States carrying a woman's body, and Shannon and Leary's probe of a car fire that claimed the life of a professional pool player.

TV-NR Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: November 29, 2000

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9. Better Broke Than Naked

Trying to investigate the suspicious drowning of a five-year-old boy, Da Vinci faces resistance from the new, budget-conscious chief coroner. Shannon and Leary track down the shooter in a doctor's death, and Kosmo follows up a tip on a missing and possibly murdered woman.

TV-NR Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: January 9, 2001

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10. You See How it Begins

As Da Vinci scrutinizes a jockey's death, Leary takes on the case of a former police officer from Guatemala who claims he was stabbed and poisoned in a stealth attack at a bus stop. The investigation forces Leary to confront the man's dark past.

TV-NR Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: January 16, 2001

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11. It's Backwards Day

In a "real-time" episode, the pressure mounts on Da Vinci, busy with a fatal collision involving two apparently stolen cars on the east side, and on Shannon and Leary, who pursue the killer of a convenience store clerk.

TV-NR Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: January 23, 2001

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12. The Sparkle Tour

When Native Peoples activist Tom Hill turns up shoeless and dead in the middle of a residential street, Da Vinci begins to suspect something more than a simple hit and run. Kosmo and Winston look into the death of a woman found in a dumpster.

TV-NR Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: January 30, 2001

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13. I'm an Anomaly and an Anachronism, But I'm Not Alone

While preoccupied with the shooting death of an elderly cancer patient, Da Vinci endures hostile cross-examination in a hearing involving the possible murder of a young woman.

TV-NR Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: February 6, 2001

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By Michael Nightingale on May 26, 2008
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Anyone looking at this Da Vinci DVD set shouldn't hesitate to buy it. It's one of the finest shows ever produced, period. This is for those folks worried about reviews of the earlier season sets put out by Acorn, where some have claimed that their Da Vinci sets are censored or edited versions. THIS IS NOT TRUE! I have rented the earlier, Canadian DVD release of Da Vinci Season 1, and I own the Acorn releases of Season 1 and 2. They are not censored or edited in any way! I'd hate to see misinformation like that lead to people not buying these sets, thereby putting future releases in jeopardy. I'd love to see Amazon remove those misinformed reviews of the earlier season sets, but since I doubt that will happen (they have better things to do, I'm sure), I hope this will quell peoples fears. Go ahead and buy these sets, you won't be disappointed.
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Auteur Chris Haddock's brilliant and anguished love letter to Vancouver's crime-ridden Downtown and East End continues as his alter ego Dominic DaVinci, based on real-life Vancouver coroner/crusader Larry Campbell, continues his quest to "speak for the dead" -- find justice for people who are victimes of crime, yes, but also the indifference of society. Season three introduces the wonderful Kim Hawthorne as detective Rose Williams, who joins the investigative team (not without some tension), and amps up Irish actor Gerard Plunkett's role as Da Vinci's sometime ally/sometime obstacle chief coroner Bob Kelley. Again, it's hard to think of a better ensemble cast on any TV show, led by the world-class performance of Nicholas Campbell as Dominic. Don't miss it!
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Addendum to original review: 1/2/10 - KONG is running DaVinci's Inquest on Saturday nights in Washington State.
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ACORN HAS BROUGHT "INTELLIGENCE" OUT ON DVD - BOTH SEASONS. SO WHY NOT DAVINCI'S INQUEST AND DAVINCI THE MAYOR?
CBC is rebroadcasting both series and the audience is still there. Chris Haddock has a following and ACORN continues to fail to respond to that.
You've read all the rave reviews about this series. And they're right - it does get better and better.
CBC should bring back anything produced by Chris Haddock - and why not bring DaVinci back?
And furthermore - why not put "The Quality of Life" on DVD as a movie?
It was a great show, ran one night, and those who love DaVinci will love "Quality....", if they missed that one opportunity to view it. Are you listening, ACORN? Chris Haddock's shows have a following and you wouldn't be putting the 2nd part of "Intelligence" out on DVD right now if you didn't realize that. I find it ridiculous that you don't just put out a pack of all the DaVinci's Inquest shows and another of DaVinci the Mayor. Putting one season out every year is balmy!
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I just finished season 3 and I feel that it tried to break the mold set by seasons 1 & 2. (Both seasons 1 & 2 were bookended by two-part serial killer episodes.) I detected a hint of an attempt to make the show more "hip" by some producers by sexing up the transitions between plotlines and between commercial breaks. Thankfully that bit of stylized goofiness was tamped down by episode 4. Personal lives get more attention. Most of the mysteries aren't solved or solved ambigously. There are two great episodes that center on traffic fatalities. Another outstanding one happens in "real time" as Da Vinci tries to score dope for an addict/suspect. Can't wait for all seasons to be available. I find it also entertaining to catch Battlestar Galactica cast members guesting. This is the show that was doing it better and more "real" 10 years before the CSI's, the SVU's, and (good lord) the Dexter's.
P.S. to Acorn or Haddock or whoever is deciding the release dates of this thing... Do I really have to wait another 5 years to get to "City Hall" and "Quality of Life?" C'mon people... Up it to two-a-year at least.
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Chris Haddock's rivetting series just gets better and better. This has
been the best character driven series on TV. The stories are intelligent, compelling and realistic. The production values are superb
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13 great stories, most with no clear cut ending, that stimulate the imagination and leave one thinking about, "what happens now?" What happened to the greiving father who still does not believe that his daughter died accidentally or what happened to that two year old boy once he reached five did his mother kill him too in some "accident" or was she the wretched victim of bad luck that she claims?

In any case the writing is excellent and the acting, particularly from those actors playing the survivors of their loved one's accidental or intentional death is both breath taking and painful to witness.

The series as with the previous 2 is five-star wonderful. I am only hungry for the next series to be released as soon as possible
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what a fantastic show. i cannot wait until all seven seasons along with da vinci's city hall, and the telefilm quality of life are released so i can get 'em all! top notch all around character driven stories that don't wallow in violence and gore like some other police shows......consistently well written, directed, scored, acted, etc. what a fantastic show! i cannot say enough. the acorn media releases are top notch! FIVE HUNDRED STARS!!!!
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