Cold Case (2003–2010)
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Lilly and her team investigate their oldest case yet, the murder of a woman who was killed in 1919. They soon learn that she may have been murdered because of her activism for woman rights.

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Scotty Valens
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John Stillman
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Ambrose Stone - 1919
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Emma Stone
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Philippa 'Phil' Abruzzi - 1919
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Alice B. Harris - 1919
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Janice Warner
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Lilly and her team investigate their oldest case yet, the murder of a woman who was killed in 1919. They soon learn that she may have been murdered because of her activism for woman rights.

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8 April 2007 (USA)  »

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This is the oldest case in the series at 88 years. See more »

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The Stone family is worried in June 1919 about the suffragettes because they believe that if women are allowed to vote, Prohibition will pass (the family is wealthy because they own a brewery). However, in reality, Prohibition (the 18th Amendment) was ratified in January 1919, five months before the flashback events in this episode take place. See more »

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Lilly Rush: Our coldest job yet.
Nick Vera: A record breaker.
Kat Miller: So... What are we waiting for?
Lilly Rush: Let's break out the ice picks.
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Some Of These Days
Performed by Sophie Tucker
Composed by Shelton Brooks
Published 1910
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Errors-anachronisms
15 April 2007 | by See all my reviews

The opening scene of this episode takes place in June, 1919. Mr. Stone is blaming the possibility of Prohibition being enacted on the suffragettes. The episode places great stress on the idea that if women get the vote that they will then be responsible for Prohibition passing. In fact, the 18th Amendment (Prohibition) had already been ratified six months prior to this scene--before women had the right to vote. The 19th Amendment (giving women the right to vote) had already passed the House and the Senate but had not yet been ratified. Also, the closing song is of Hoagy Carmichael singing "Stardust" which wasn't published until 1927.


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