While on a sailing-boat, Helen Stewart witnesses far-away, inside a room, a man with a gun killing another. She notifies the fact to the Police and Lt. Columbo begins to investigate. The man is the famous General Martin Hollister, a war hero. Lt. Columbo searches his house and afterwards he is very doubtful about Helen's statement. Written by
Baldinotto da Pistoia
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Books by Mrs. Melville (from Murder By The Book) are seen on General Hollister's bookshelf. See more
When Helen says "Now that is the simple truth," Columbo takes his hand off the llama's rump and folds his arms, but when the scene cuts to Columbo alone, his hand is back on the rump. Cutting back and forth, Columbo's hand remains on the rump in his shots while his arms are folded in Helen's shots. See more
Some men, Lieutenant, do not wanna look like an unmade bed!