The remains of a small girl are found under a bridge. The story goes back to the 60's and turns out the girl has a twin sister still alive. A sad family story begins to unravel.

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Cindy Mulvaney - 1965
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Nancy Walsh - 2005
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Maura - 2005
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Roger Mulvaney - 1965
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The remains of a small girl are found under a bridge. The story goes back to the 60's and turns out the girl has a twin sister still alive. A sad family story begins to unravel.

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The Elwood shown in this episode is actually in downtown Detroit. It used to be on the corner of Elizabeth and WOodward, hence the name. It's been moved due to Comerica Park. However, certain TV shows have moved it even further. This episode placed it in Philadelphia while an episode of the remake of "The Untouchables" put it in Chicago. See more »

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When Art was beating Roger in the car park the car behind them had BFGoodrich tires but this model of tire wasn't released until the late '70s or early '80s. See more »

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Cindy Mulvaney - 1965: You'll be in good hands here, better off without me.
[places necklace around her daughter's neck]
Cindy Mulvaney - 1965: It'll keep you safe and whenever it seems Mommy's far, far away all you have to do is close your eyes and I'll be here with you.
Maura Mulvaney - 1965: Forever?
Cindy Mulvaney - 1965: And ever. Bye bye, baby.
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Written by Bob Dylan
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'Cold Case' Requires a Certain Amount of Suspended Belief
6 March 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Another reviewer raised the point that detectives were able to identify a 60-year old murder because both the attending doctor and detective were still alive and could remember her. This is typical of 'Cold Case' stories. In addition, virtually all the people associated with old crimes are still living in the Philly area.

Solving cases like this in real life where I live (a new Western city) would be virtually impossible due to the more transient nature of the population. This may have been one reason the series is located in Philly - an old Eastern city where people stay put.

As long as you can accept the above scenario 'Cold Case' will appeal to you even though some stories really stretch believability.


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