L.A. radio moderator Chase kills Jerry Winters, a member of his staff who tried to help Chase's daughter Victoria (also a staff member) to leave her father and become a novelist in New York. Chase presents a fine alibi: Winters was shot dead while speaking to him on the phone, even the shooting was recorded on his answering machine. Everything seems perfect, but will Lt. Columbo really believe this story? Written by
Otto Oberhauser <Oberhauser@cc.univie.ac.at>
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The depicted home of Fielding Chase was owned by actress Linda Thompson. It was sold in 2005 for $22 million. See more
When Fielding is talking to a woman in the hall, she gets in the elevator. As the doors close, you can tell the elevator isn't real. It has only one set of interior doors. Real elevators have 2 doors, one that closes on the outside and one that travels up or down with the car on the inside as well as rubber levers to detect an object in between the doors as they close. See more
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