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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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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Columbo: You're not losing a daughter, you're gaining a police force.
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Follows Columbo: Death Hits the Jackpot (1991) 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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A different kind of Columbo
23 February 2002 | by (Houston, Texas) – See all my reviews

Regular Columbo viewers will be surprised by this movie, which is totally different from the standard Columbo formula. Several years after the revival series began, Peter Falk wanted to experiment with the format, and this is the result. Though it may rub Columbo fans the wrong way, it is actually not a bad film. In fact, this is based on Ed McBain's 87th Precinct novel "So Long As You Both Shall Live". The movie "Columbo Undercover" which came two years later is based on another Ed McBain novel: "Jigsaw". Both movies are very faithful to the novels, the only real difference being that Columbo is substituted for the novels' original detectives.

(Note: when I originally posted this review, I mistakenly said that it was based on Ed McBain's " 'Til Death" -- both novels are set during weddings.)


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