December 1, 2008

‘Cold’ episode boasts only Sinatra hits

Several tunes by U.S. music and movie icon Frank Sinatra are to be the only songs featured in an upcoming episode of Cold Case, CBS said Monday.

To be heard in the Dec. 21 installment are the hits Come Fly with Me, Too Marvelous for Words, I've Got the World on a String, Little Girl Blue and Someone to Watch Over Me.

In the episode, titled 'Wings,' Rush (Kathryn Morris) and the team investigate the 1960 case of a murdered stewardess and discover many hostile suspects who resented that she was trying to organize a stewardess union, CBS said in a news release.

Adrienne Barbeau, Mariette Hartley and Lee Majors are to guest star as the victim's former colleagues, each of whom are questioned by the team.

Also in this episode, Raymond J. Barry is to debut in his recurring role as Rush's father, the network noted.

Past single-artist episodes of Cold Case have showcased the music of Nirvana, Johnny Cash, John Mellencamp, Bruce Springsteen, Tim McGraw, U2 and Bob Dylan.