Four-time Primetime Emmy® winner Peter Falk returns as Lieutenant Columbo of the Los Angeles Police Department in seven mystery-packed TV movies that aired between 1994-2003, including Falk’s last ever appearance as TV’s greatest detective! Follow the always rumpled, eternally bumbling and constantly underestimated investigative genius as he takes on some of the most cunning criminals in his career with trademark wit, charm, persistence and ever-present cigar. Featuring an all-star roster including Rue McClanahan (The Golden Girls), George Wendt (Cheers), William Shatner (Star Trek, Boston Legal), Tyne Daly (Cagney & Lacey, Judging Amy) and more, this 3-disc set will keep every devoted mystery fan entertained over and over again.
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Bearing his infamous rumpled trench coat and cigar, Peter Falk returns for one last hurrah as one of America’s favorite TV detectives–the disheveled-looking Lieutenant Columbo with the Los Angeles Police Department.
Since the show’s inception on February 20, 1968 and March 1, 1971, with the two pilot episodes, “Prescription: Murder” and “Ransom for a Dead Man,” one of the greatest shows in TV history appeared on NBC and the rest, as they say, is history. Peter Falk made the character of Columbo unforgettable in many people’s eyes. And did so for ten terrific seasons, including several made-for-TV movies, which at this juncture in an actor’s career is beyond remarkable.
This DVD box set includes all seven TV movies, which were produced during 1994- 2003. Relive the bittersweet experience of one of the most endearing Hollywood actors in entertainment history. Watching Peter Falk deduce as Columbo is like slicing into a homemade apple pie right out of the oven: it is a warm taste of heaven.
“Butterfly in Shades of Grey”: January 10, 1994
“Undercover”: May 2, 1994
“Strange Bedfellows”: May 8, 1995
“A Trace of Murder”: May 15, 1997
“Ashes to Ashes”: October 8, 1998
“Murder with Too Many Notes”: May 12, 2000
“Columbo Likes the Nightlife”: January 30, 2003