Laura is reunited with a former lover when he seeks the help of Remington Steele investigations after finding a corpse in vat of wine. The investigation eventually leads to a nearby ... See full summary »

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Murphy Michaels (credit only)
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Wilson Jeffries
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Claude Vandermeer
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Laura is reunited with a former lover when he seeks the help of Remington Steele investigations after finding a corpse in vat of wine. The investigation eventually leads to a nearby monastery, where Steele and Laura learn the identity of the corpse as well as the identity of the killer. Written by David A. Helvering

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15 March 1983 (USA)  »

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[Remington, Laura and Claude are sitting around a wine barrel, containing a body that was found at the vineyard, as they hide it from potential investors]
Laura Holt: It would appear someone might be using Harry here to sabotage your deal.
Claude Vandermeer: Harry? You found out his name. That's great.
Remington Steele: Yes, well, I'm afraid it's more endearing than accurate. This neighbor of yours, Werner... do you think he might be responsible?
Claude Vandermeer: Well, he's not one of my bigger fans, but I can't believe he's capable of killing anyone. My ...
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Vintage Beverlee!!
14 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Before Beverlee McKinsey returned to daytime in her final long-term role, she had a guest appearance on Remington Steele as Alexis Vanderveer. Beverlee chews up the scenery in the same way that dogs chew bone but she's always fun to watch and enjoy. Even this episode where it showed some of her brilliance as family matriarch and demanding mother. I wished that she would come out of retirement for another stab at acting regardless of the role. With Beverlee, she can make it worth it. Vintage Steele is about Laura's old flame coming to see her and help him with a dead man in the trunk. Who knew in 1982 that it was supposed to be drama? Laura, Steele, and her ex-boyfriend travel to the wine country where you get vintage in order to solve the mystery. Upon going there, they meet Alexis and her horses. Too bad, Beverlee McKinsey has given up acting and retired. We miss you, Beverlee.


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