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- Additional Details
- Format: DVD
- Rating: Not Rated
- Number of Discs: 2
- Run Time: 335 Minutes
- Region: Region 1
- Aspect Ratio: Fullscreen
- Language: English
- Studio: A&E Home Video
- DVD Release Date: March 29, 2005
- Audio: ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Stereo
- Cast: Bill Kurtis, Tommy LeNoir
- Genre: TV Series
- Color: Color
- Release Date: 2005
With 10 cases hand picked by host Bill Kurtis, this gathers together some of the toughest and most fascinating true crimes ever known to homicide. Combining the latest forensic techniques plus old-fashioned police work, each episode takes a step-by-step look at how the mystery is finally solved.
Thanks to the efforts of a special breed of modern detective, no one escapes the laws of justice--no matter how old the case. With chilling episodes hand-picked by legendary documentary producer and host Bill Kurtis (American Justice), COLD CASE FILES: THE MOST INFAMOUS CASES gathers together ten of the toughest and most fascinating true crimes ever known to homicide. Combining the latest forensic techniques with old-fashioned police work, each episode takes a step-by-step look at how a mystery is finally solved and the culprit is ultimately apprehended.
This 2-volume DVD set explores these ten confounding cases:One Night on the Bayou: A man floats in a Lousiana Bayou. For alligators, he is an
uncommon feast. For police, he is a murder victim. The case lies cold for years until a thief
decides to sing about "A Night on the Bayou" - an evening of fishing, drinking and deadly
Killer in the County: Three young women murdered. Three cases gone cold. One
detective catches the Killer in the County with the help of cheese crackers and a coffee cup.
Frozen in Time: When a woman missing for three years is found Frozen in Time, police
turn to science to retrace the forensic path of a cold case killer.
A Map to Murder: A serial killer makes a crucial mistake when he uses the Internet to
draw A Map to Murder. The map leads police not only to the latest victim, but to the killer and
his dungeon of torture.
The Zodiac Killer: There's a new forensic lead in the hunt for one of the most notorious
serial killers. More than thirty years after his killing spree, San Francisco investigators return
to the evidence to see if DNA testing can reveal the identity of The Zodiac Killer.
The Green River Killer: He hunted with impunity--snatching prostitutes off the street,
strangling them in his truck, and dumping them in the Green River near Seattle. When the
killing was done, 48 women lay dead. Cold Case Files tells the inside story of how King
County, Washington detectives stopped the nation's worst serial killer, The Green River Killer.
Weepy-Voiced Killer: "Don't talk. Just listen." He terrorizes women in Minneapolis-St.
Paul then calls police compelled to confess. Hear the Weepy-Voiced Killer as he confesses
to murder and begs police to make him stop.
The Lady Killer: He harbors a hatred so intense he kills, and them mutilates women. The
clues to catching The Lady Killer remain buried in the paperwork of an unsolved murder nearly
20 years old.
Kidnapped: The bones of an 8-year-old boy are left on a mother's doorstep. Watch as a
mother goes face to face with a killer begging him for answers to the mystery of her son's
Love Triangle: A Love Triangle turns deadly when a secret affair is exposed. Details of
the murder remain hidden for years until a relationship goes sour and two lovers start pointing fingers.
Awards and Nominations:
2005 - Prime Time Emmy Awards - Outstanding Nonfiction Series - (Nomination)
2004 - Prime Time Emmy Awards - Oustanding Nonfiction Series - (Nomination)
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