When a local successful executive is murdered in an explosion at his mansion, suspicions point to an attractive female investigative reporter who was close to the man and working undercover... See full summary »
When a local successful executive is murdered in an explosion at his mansion, suspicions point to an attractive female investigative reporter who was close to the man and working undercover on a story about corporate scandal. Brought in by the police to help solve the crime, Dr. Maxwell has a mind that outwits the apparent. He throws himself into a world of corporate schemes to uncover a long list of hard-nosed men and women with big-money motives for murder. Written by
The TV Guide magazine that Jonathan Maxwell (Dick Van Dyke) reads in the doctor's office features a cover photo of Rob and Laura Petrie from The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961). See more »
At the end, when Mike and Cheryl are walking back to their cars from Jonathan's house, they have to walk behind his Porsche which is completely blocking the sidewalk to the street. When the angle changes to the view from the house, his car is pulled up and not blocking the walk. See more »
Nothing with Dick Van Dyke can be that bad, but this movie does not live up to the Diagnosis Murder television series. Mr. Van Dyke deserves better projects than this. Also, how come this is Barry Van Dyke's first acting role since DM? While he's now Dick Van Dyke, he isn't that bad. Can't he get roles, other than what his father is involved in? Don't expect "The Dick Van Dyke Show", or "DM", but Dick Van Dyke is enjoyable as usual. The story's not that great, but entertaining enough. Also, I'm wondering when the next one is coming out, I heard that there would be more. I'd certainly like to see more if more are coming.
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