Leslie Williams, a brilliant tort attorney is bored by her husband, a respected member of the state supreme court. After trading on his famous name to get ahead, she tries to get her freedom by murdering him and concocts a scheme to make it appear that he's been kidnapped and held for ransom. After she pays the ransom to herself, his dead body is found. She may have fooled the FBI but not Lt. Columbo, who is aided by her vengeful stepdaughter. Written by
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The plane Columbo and Leslie Williams are flying in is a 1968 Beech 36 Fixed wing single engine, registration number; N7835R. See more
When Columbo is in Barney's Beanery eating chili, and Margaret Williams comes to meet him, they move from the counter to a booth. When they leave the counter, Columbo has stirred his chili but we can see that he has not eaten any. When they get to the booth Columbo's chili is about half-eaten. Furthermore Columbo picks up a large portfolio and tucks it under his arm as he leaves the counter and he seems to have lost it when he gets to the booth. See more
[to Columbo as he attempts to fly
Keep the planes nose up. You have to treat the plane like a woman. You have to treat it gently. You have to treat her very gently.
References Perry Mason