Cigar-chomping Lieutenant Columbo's investigation into the odd death of two men flings him headlong into a mystery revolving around the long-lost loot from an unsolved bank heist. Insurance investigator Irving Krutch asks for Columbo's assistance in tracking down the pieces of a photograph that will reveal the location of the hidden millions. To do so, Columbo must go undercover in various guises to obtain the pieces from the various people who now possess them. But in the course of the investigation, more than one of these people will be murdered, and Columbo can't shake the feeling that Krutch is somehow responsible for the entire bloody business...
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Mo Weinberg was born in New York City on July 19, 1938. See more
When Columbo shows up at Mo Weinberg's apartment, he looks through the key hole and sees Mo straight ahead in the kitchen and then he sees Mo move across the apartment to his bedroom. The first problem is that a keyhole that can be seen through would require a skeleton key. And no apartment in any big city, such as l.A., would not still be using skeleton keys in this day and age -at least not as the lock for a front door. But assuming that the skeleton keyhole was in that door IN ADDITION to a regular door lock, then the second problem as that Columbo would only have been able to see straight ahead, AND ONLY STRAIGHT AHEAD - tunnel vision. People are not able to pan across the room through a keyhole. See more
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