Letting a fine wine "breathe" proves deadly for the wine's owner Nick Kingston, who leaves it unattended for a killer to poison it. The vintner, who's hosting a party upstairs, comes back only to collapse. He tries to implicate the killer but breaks the wine cellar's only pencil, so he crawls to a wine rack and grabs a bottle, smashing it on the floor. The shattered bottle bears the label Black Falcon, indicating it was tied to World War One. But how? Written by
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William Schallert has a major role in this show as a wine expert working for the victim (because of an injury, he was unable to meet with the victim before the murder - this is a vital plot element). However, Schallert's distinctive voice is not heard in the available clips; his dialog is dubbed over by a voice artist with a substantially higher -pitched voice and a vaguely European accent. See more
Contemporary Wheaties box in the Queens' kitchen. See more
Well, I think I know what happened. Do you? This bottle of Morningstar wine not being where Nick Kingston thought it was should give you the solution. You know who the killer is now? Was it John Randall? Eddie Morgan? Nancy McGuire? The Amazing Armitage? Alexander the wine steward? Or somebody else? Let's find out. Auf weidersehn!