Peter Falk, as Lieutenant Columbo ~ Peter Falk starred as Columbo from 1968 up until 2003 - with the show heralded as one of the greatest detective dramas of all time.

Columbo star Peter Falk dies at 83 after battle with dementia

Peter Falk, as Lieutenant Columbo ~ Peter Falk starred as Columbo from 1968 up until 2003 - with the show heralded as one of the greatest detective dramas of all time.

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patricia mattick | Episode review: Columbo Ransom for a Dead Man | The columbophile

Episode review: Columbo Ransom for a Dead Man

patricia mattick | Episode review: Columbo Ransom for a Dead Man | The columbophile

Signs That You're A Murderer In An Episode Of Columbo - The Toast

Signs That You're A Murderer In An Episode Of Columbo

Signs That You're A Murderer In An Episode Of Columbo - The Toast

Columbo ~Peter Falk, here with his 1959 Peugeot 403 Cabriolet, perfect car for Columbo.

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Columbo ~Peter Falk, here with his 1959 Peugeot 403 Cabriolet, perfect car for Columbo.

Columbo's lunchbox in the episode "Ashes to Ashes" is of the Hanna-Barbera cartoon, "The Hair Bear Bunch" :)

Columbo's lunchbox in the episode "Ashes to Ashes" is of the Hanna-Barbera cartoon, "The Hair Bear Bunch" :)

Before Falk was cast, Bert Freed played the role in "Enough Rope," a 1960 episode of The Chevy Mystery Show. In 1962, that episode was adapted as a stage play titled "Prescription: Murder" (starring Thomas Mitchell as Columbo), which then became a made-for-TV movie in 1968, with Peter Falk debuting in the role.

Before Falk was cast, Bert Freed played the role in "Enough Rope," a 1960 episode of The Chevy Mystery Show. In 1962, that episode was adapted as a stage play titled "Prescription: Murder" (starring Thomas Mitchell as Columbo), which then became a made-for-TV movie in 1968, with Peter Falk debuting in the role.

Columbo. The first two and maybe three seasons were absolute TV classics. The later ones were a little bit tame and the character of Columbo seemed to lose some of his more quirky habits which made the first seasons so memorable. Great TV mysteries though with a twist: You knew who the murderer was, but how would Columbo nail him?

Columbo. The first two and maybe three seasons were absolute TV classics. The later ones were a little bit tame and the character of Columbo seemed to lose some of his more quirky habits which made the first seasons so memorable. Great TV mysteries though with a twist: You knew who the murderer was, but how would Columbo nail him?

This box set contains all eight episodes from the second season of the multiple Emmy-winning detective series Columbo. Each is presented in the original broadcast aspect ratio of 1.33:1. English soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. There are no supplemental materials of any consequence, but fans of great acting should savor the work of Peter Falk in these episodes.

This box set contains all eight episodes from the second season of the multiple Emmy-winning detective series Columbo. Each is presented in the original broadcast aspect ratio of 1.33:1. English soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. There are no supplemental materials of any consequence, but fans of great acting should savor the work of Peter Falk in these episodes.

In Praise of … COLUMBO | Tipping My Fedora

In Praise of … COLUMBO

In Praise of … COLUMBO | Tipping My Fedora

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