From the sublime to the ridiculous, Columbo’s fifth season can perhaps best be described as a roller coaster ride. But how does it compare overall to what’s come before it? Let’s take a closer look…
Keen viewers looking to enjoy Columbo in glorious high definition can yell ‘HUZZAH’ in glee after Amazon Prime added 9 episodes to its streaming service.
The day has finally come! You can enjoy Dale Kingston’s crushed velvet tuxedo in full HD glory as Suitable for Framing has joined the episodes available on the official Columbo YouTube channel. So what are you waiting for…?
Considering whether Season 4 truly marks the high water mark for Columbo as a show, and assessing the best season overall based on the consistent quality of its episodes. Dive in!
Thanks to those lovely people at the Columbo YouTube channel, Robert Culp’s magnificent Columbo debut in 1971’s Death Lends a Hand is now available to view in full HD glory.
Courtesy of the official Columbo YouTube channel, full episodes of the greatest TV show of all time are now available in the public domain. For your viewing pleasure, here’s Murder by the Book in full HD glory. I’ll drink to that!
With a real-life construction environment as a filming backdrop and some big name co-stars to performance manage, Blueprint for Murder gave Peter Falk a baptism of fire in the director’s chair – a challenge he rose to admirably. But which scenes rise higher than the others, like a skyscraper at Williamson City?
Even if Short Fuse isn’t one of Columbo’s finest hours, it still has several terrific scenes to reward the keen viewer. Here’s my take on the top 5 episode highlights.
Despite rubbing shoulders with all-time classic episodes Murder by the Book, Death Lends a Hand and Suitable for Framing, Lady in Waiting stands tall in its own right. But just what are its absolute best moments? Here are my top 5 picks.
When an episode of TV is as good as Columbo Suitable for Framing, choosing only 5 magical moments is a tough assignment. Here are my personal highlights. What are yours?