A business magnate and friend of Mac's is getting mighty edgy when a car almost runs him down. Mac visits the businessman's upper-floor office, but outside the door hears glass shattering ... See full summary »

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A business magnate and friend of Mac's is getting mighty edgy when a car almost runs him down. Mac visits the businessman's upper-floor office, but outside the door hears glass shattering and a woman screaming out the businessman's name. Mac rushes to the broken window, looks out, and sees ... nothing. The woman, the businessman's secretary, won't talk. Mac leaves Enright in charge and goes to pick up Sally, hoping she can interview the woman. As they return to the building, they see a human body plunging down the facade of the building. This time, it really is the businessman. Did he disappear in mid-air for three hours, or did he attempt suicide, stop and then try again successfully -- or was he pushed out the broken window? Written by Peter Harris

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11 November 1973 (USA)  »

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When Mac gets in the cherry picker in order to chase the rooftop sniper, he is seen being lifted onto a two story building. Then in the wide angle shot the building is at least three stories tall. See more »

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29 May 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

When Dick Haymes an old law partner of Rock Hudson asks him to look over some contracts for a merger he's conducting who could know it would lead to Haymes's murder. And a murder in two parts.

First part is when Rock Hudson and Susan Saint James among others hear secretary Barbara Feldon call Haymes by his name as he goes in the office and then they hear shattering glass, see a broken window, but no body on the street and there's no ledge. Investigating that bit of mystery is one thing, but later on the McMillans while on the street see a body falling from the building they were in and it's Dick Haymes. Now was Haymes suspended in another dimension or what?

The suspects are some hungry corporate officers like Edward Andrews, Tom Bosley and James Olson, all would like to succeed Haymes.

And what's Feldon's role in the whole affair.

All I'll say is that someone is used very ruthlessly and badly by the murderer.

Nicely plotted and written.


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