A desperate, cop-wary street urchin hires Phryne to find his missing brother. As she and Jack look into the matter and discover a dead boy near a war veterans' hospital, Hugh finds himself both thwarted and exhausted in trying to improve his life for himself and Dot.Written by
The Metropolitan Police Bulletin declares the date as Monday, August 5, 1929. While it is indeed true that the fifth of August falls on a Monday in 1929, the full moon appearing on the previous night shouldn't have arrived until sixteen days later on the twentieth. See more »
It isn't right to die so young, but it isn't right to live so violently, either.
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Somebody Stole My Gal
Written by Leo Wood
Performed by Bernie Moten & his Kansas City Orchestra
Remastered & licensed courtesy of Peter Milley See more »