The deceptively absent-minded police lieutenant, Columbo, investigates a complex murder case, pitting his wits against a wily secret agent working for a covert government organisation. Written by
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When Nelson Brenner is talking to Columbo about where he got his cigars, he says, "The Bay of Pigs wasn't a total disaster." In the movie "The Inlaws", Peter Falk's character tells Alan Arkin's character the Bay of Pigs was his idea. See more
When Columbo opens and closes the blinds in Brenner's office to demonstrate the sound heard on tape, he leaves the slats closed in the down position (the position one would normally close the slats). The scene changes to show Columbo walking away from the window and the slats are closed in the up position (top of the slats facing up and outward). See more
You sure are strange, Mr. Steinmetz.
[disguised as Steinmetz
It's a strange world.
References The Prisoner
Un bel di vedremo
from Madama Butterfly
Composed by Giacomo Puccini
Heard over the End Credits See more