The 1958 death of an influential and popular disc jockey is reopened when it becomes clear it was not a suicide as originally believed.

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Dottie Mills (2006)
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Jenny (2006)
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Jenny (1958)
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John 'The Hawk' Hawkins
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Timmy 'Bones' Hamlin (1958)
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Alegria (as Camillia Sanes)
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Dottie Mills (1958)
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Ted Chester (2006)
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The 1958 death of an influential and popular disc jockey is reopened when it becomes clear it was not a suicide as originally believed.

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29 October 2006 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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John "The Hawk" Hawkins was murdered on August 29, 1958. See more »

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A young Little Richard is seen performing rock n roll at a dance in 1958. Little Richard had in fact quit rock n roll music the previous year, become a born-again Christian, and would focus on gospel music until 1962. See more »

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Be-Bop-A-Lula
Written by Gene Vincent, Donald Graves and Tex Davis
Performed by Gene Vincent
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The "Scarlet Rose" everyone has been looking for !!! ....
17 May 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of my favorite episodes of Cold Case, Much like many watchers I loved the song at the end, ran numerous searchers, checked the shows website even but no word of this version .. only the instrumental

Finally with a lot of work and many more searches online I FINALLY managed to find the "Scarlet Rose " song from the end of this episode off a foreign blog, The song is Scarlet Rose - by Alexa Ray Joel (Billy Joel's daughter) Hope this helps all of you fellow watchers who just can't get the song out of your heads either ! ^_^

Now I have a question ... Does anyone have a clue on what the Carolina song is that plays when the Hawlk is in the nightclub, blasting out his intern for taking payola? Thanks in advance


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