Remington Steele: Season 1, Episode 9

In the Steele of the Night (3 Dec. 1982)

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Laura and Murphy sneak away to a reunion of former colleagues. After Steele discovers that the invitation was also for him, he shows up at the reunion as well. Soon, the reunion's host ... See full summary »

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Laura and Murphy sneak away to a reunion of former colleagues. After Steele discovers that the invitation was also for him, he shows up at the reunion as well. Soon, the reunion's host turns up dead. With old grievances beginning to surface, the guests turn to Steele to solve the crime. Knowing nothing about how to perform an investigation, Steele secretly seeks guidance from Laura during the investigation. Written by David A. Helvering

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Steele refers to Witness For The Prosecution but erroneously states that the main character had an elevator installed because he had had a stroke. Sir Wilfred is instead recovering from a heart attack. See more »

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