Columbo attends the wedding of his nephew, who is also with the LAPD. Suddenly it turns out that the bride is missing, possibly kidnapped. Columbo sets up the investigation to figure out what happened.

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Melissa Alexandra Hayes
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Detective Andy Parma
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Sergeant Goodman
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Detective Dennis Mulrooney
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Strassa
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Columbo attends the wedding of his nephew, who is also with the LAPD. Suddenly it turns out that the bride is missing, possibly kidnapped. Columbo sets up the investigation to figure out what happened.

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One of the very few times that Columbo carries a gun. He does not use it. See more »

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Melissa Alexandra Hayes: Please, God, help me! Why did he let the door rust? Why didn't he oil it? Rust... that's it! Vinegar dissolves rust, vinegar does this, vinegar does that, thank you Mom for telling me that, and thank you, God!
[pours a bottle of vinegar on the hinges]
Melissa Alexandra Hayes: Let it soak in, Melissa, don't rush it.
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Followed by Columbo: Strange Bedfellows (1995) See more »

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Can't Help Falling In Love
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Written by George David Weiss, Hugo Peretti and Luigi Creatore
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Even the title doesn't make sense
22 December 2002 | by (salinas, ca) – See all my reviews

I agree with most of the Columbo fans that this movie was an unnecessary change of format. Columbo is a unique cop with unorthodox police methods. This movie looks like a remake of any other ordinary detective dramas from the past. And that is the disturbing point, because Columbo is no ordinary detective.

There are two parts in this film that left me intriguing. First, I can't figure out the title of this movie. It is misleading. Maybe a better title would've been "The Vanishing Bride" or something similar. Second, Columbo hides a piece of evidence without offering the reason (to the viewers at least) why he does it.

I don't feel betrayed, just disappointed. I'm glad Peter Falk went back to the usual Columbo.


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