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Findlay Crawford, a Hollywood film composer and conductor, murders a talented composer/musician who has been ghostwriting most of Crawford's work in recent years, including the entire score... See full summary »

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Findlay Crawford, a Hollywood film composer and conductor, murders a talented composer/musician who has been ghostwriting most of Crawford's work in recent years, including the entire score for the last film, which won an Oscar. Crawford is jealous of the young musician whose talent outshines his own. Will Columbo find out who did it? It's just one more thing. Written by Sally 4th

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Billy Connelly's character name, "Finlay Crawford" is taken from his stand up comedy, in which he mocks the names wealthy parents give to their children. "Finlay" and "Crawford" are two separate names he cites are being particularly irksome. See more »

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At the end, when Columbo shows Crawford the "love note" written by Gabriel, it is written in a different, round, curly script than the original, which had a more angular script. See more »

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Lt. Columbo: Just one more thing, sir.
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References Jaws (1975) See more »

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That's Amore
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Jack Brooks
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Classical - Not!
12 March 2002 | by (Derbyshire, England) – See all my reviews

Having seen almost all the Columbo movies I was disappointed by this latest offering. Peter Falk was trying hard to recreate his best form as the raincoat claden detective but sadly fell short.

The character interaction was predictable and with the likes of Patrick McGoohan directing (again) and the ever 'loud' and 'outrageous' Billy Connolly one would have hoped for a far better script to do justice to this great series of TV movies.


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