Season four credits

Adrian Paul (Duncan MacLeod)
Stan Kirsch (Richie Ryan)
Jim Brynes (Joe Dawson)

Based on the character created by Gregory Widen
Executive Producers: Peter S. Davis, William Panzer, Christian Charret, Marlia Ginsburg
Co-Executive Producer: Nicholas Clermont
Producer: Ken Gord
Associate Producer: David Tynan
Co-ordinating Producer: Denis Leroy
Executive Script Consultant: David Tynan
Creative Consultant: David Abramowitz
Theme music: Queen
Music: Roger Bellon

Opening narration (Jim Byrnes):
"His name is Duncan MacLeod, the Highlander. He was born in 1592 in the Highlands of Scotland and he is still alive. He is Immortal.
"For 400 years he's been a warrior, a lover, a wanderer, a champion. But he is not alone. There are others like him; some good, some evil. For centuries he has battled the forces of darkness, constantly facing other Immortals in combat to the death. The winner takes his enemy's head and, with it, his power.
"I am a Watcher, part of a secret society of men and women who observe and record but never interfere. We know the truth about Immortals. In the end there can be only one - may it be Duncan MacLeod, the Highlander."

The Seacouver episodes

D1: Homeland
D2: Brothers in Arms
D3: The Innocent
D4: Leader of the Pack
D5: Double Eagle
D6: Reunion
D7: The Colonel
D8: Reluctant Heroes
D9: The Wrath of Kali
D10: Chivalry
D11: Timeless
D12: The Blitz
D13: Something Wicked
The Paris episodes

D14: Deliverance
D15: Promises
D16: Methusaleh's Gift
D17: The Immortal Cimoli
D18: Through a Glass Darkly
D19: Double Jeopardy
D20: Til Death
D21: Judgement Day
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