Dr. Bart Keppel has a very high opinion of himself, but, notwithstanding his opinion, he is being fired by Vic Norris. So he decides to plan a murder, a perfect alibi for himself and evidence against Mrs. Norris. He kills Vic while running commentary on a promotional short film. But there are bound to be some failures, even in the most perfect planning. And you can be sure that Lt. Columbo will find out these failures. Written by
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Robert Culp's character of Dr. Bart Keppel wears a green single breasted blazer as one of his costumes. Culp also wore a green blazer in both of his other appearances as the murderer, Paul Hanlon in "The Most Crucial Game" and Investigator Brimmer in "Death Lends a Hand". See more »
When Columbo arrives at a back office with monitors, he's being tracked by a videocamera. He arrives and sees himself live on the monitor, filmed from behind. What he sees doesn't match with his actual position, judging by a hand resting against a wall. See more »
Dr. Bart Keppel:
You stole something from me?
Oh nothing major. Fact is, the night of the murder I was hungry, I saw some of your caviar, and I took the liberty of helping myself. Thought I should mention it.
Dr. Bart Keppel:
Don't be silly. As long as you enjoyed it.
That's just it. I didn't enjoy it. Too salty. And you know, I didn't notice when I was eating it. But when I went to the projection booth later on, I remember, I was a little thirsty. All of the sudden, I wanted something to drink. So he had some ice tea there. ...
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"Double Exposure" is one of the best in this long running series that peaked in the 70's to my opinion. As these films are no whodunnit's, the detective's opponent needs to be a strong character. You bet Robert Culp is one.And he is in top-form as Bart Keppel with his 'subliminal cuts' in advertisement. I think I've seen this one about ten times now and it's still very good entertainment. Note : Culp is also in one or two other episodes, notably in 'The Most Crucial Game'. Brilliant cat-and-mouse-play.
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