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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Scotty is questioning Dottie who is sensitive about being, as they put it, an "Old Maid." In reference to the victim, he says "She had sweethearts to spare, and you had none." This is a reference to the old nursery rhyme that goes: "I am a pretty wench, And I come a great way hence, And sweethearts have I none. But every dirty sow, Can get sweethearts enow, And I, a pretty wench, can get never a one." See more »

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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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