The team investigates a 1964 case when a young college student was killed outside a gay bar.

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The team investigates a 1964 case when a young college student was killed outside a gay bar.

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Alicia Ziegler, one of the coeds in the opening, would later portray Andi Simmons, the victim in Superstar from Season 3. See more »

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Music for this 1964 case included "Turn, Turn, Turn by the Byrds. That single was not released until mid 1965. See more »

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Jim: Are you sure you're a fag?
Daniel Holtz: Are you sure you're Italian?
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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Town Without Pity
Written by Ned Washington and Dimitri Tiomkin
Performed by Gene Pitney
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A sad episode in this series
7 March 2008 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

I didn't have the chance to listen to this episode in the original version, as the Spanish TVE started the dual broadcasting very recently with Cold Case (I daresay that no episode of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd season can be watched in Spain with dual audio). Even though, I find this episode very sad and very beautiful, and a good protest against homophobes, it nearly made me cry like the film Philadelpia. I highly recommend it for those who look for gay historic references. It's really sad how gay men were treated in the sixties by the avant garde nation the USA pretended to be.

The protagonist in this chapter was a very nice guy, it really hurts to see how he is beaten by the homophobes. I don't know if the series contains any other chapter with references to homosexuality, but it should contain another one with a new positive point of view.


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