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Folks, isnt it about time we show Warner Brothers, CBS, and Bruckheimer Films that a lot of viewers are interested in purchasing Cold Case DVDs? And a soundtrack album too, while theyre at it? Thats what this web site is all about.

Also on the team are Det. Rush sees her new assignment as a turning point in her career, when she decides to make it her business to make sure that no victim is ever forgotten.

It seems that this is only partially true.COLD CASE is a drama about Lilly Rush (Kathryn Morris), a dedicated female detective in the Philadelphia homicide squad, who finds her niche when she’s assigned to “cold cases”–crimes that have never been solved. When she hits a dead end, Rush seeks advice from her respected mentor, Lt. Will Jeffries (Thom Barry), who’s been around long enough to serve as Lilly’s link to the past, Det.com/product_info. For the studios to use the music in DVDs, they must pay hefty royalties to the musicians and record companies. Nick Vera (Jeremy Ratchford), a tough cop who’s considered the go-to PVC skirting board guy for getting a confession and Kat Miller (Tracie Thoms), the new girl on the team who is eager to prove her worthiness. One source is from a chat between a Cold Case fan and an executive from Warner Brothers.

As you may already know, the television series Cold Case is not available on home video.

The story most people hear is that music licensing issues are stopping the DVDs from being produced. Now, she’s interrogating witnesses whose lives and circumstances have since changed, making use of today’s new science and finding fresh clues to solve cases that were previously unsolvable–all of which appeals to this smart, driven detective.

Previously, she used her instinctive understanding of the criminal mind on current murders.

The story appears to have two origins in mid-2005 after the end of Season Two. According to these reports on the Internet, some of the songs used in the show have been licensed only for television broadcast and not for home video.

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US$66. The other source was from a reply by InsideRa studio inside sourceon the Look Again message board. She’s also prepared for the consequences–that her work will open up old wounds and may lead suspects to commit new crimes. These additional fees are so incredibly highsome of these stories saythat the studios wont be able to sell the DVDs at any reasonable price

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