Cold Case: Season 2, Episode 2

Factory Girls (10 Oct. 2004)

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The detectives reopen a World War II era case of a female factory worker who died at work from what was believed to be an accidental fall.



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The detectives reopen a World War II era case of a female factory worker who died at work from what was believed to be an accidental fall.

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The 1943 aircraft factory in Philadelphia is shown to be manufacturing P-51 Mustang fighters and AT-6 Texan trainers, and a character makes references to building B-25s. Those aircraft were built by North American Aviation which did not have a factory anywhere near the Philadelphia area. Their factories were located in Los Angeles, California, Dallas, Texas, Kansas City, Kansas and Columbus, Ohio. See more »


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