Playback: Harod van Wyck (Oskar Werner) macht als Präsident eines Elektrokonzerns keine gute Figur. Aufgrund roter Zahlen möchte ihn seine . Columbo - Seine Fälle Playback (Playback). Harold von Wyck, Vorsitzender im Elektronikkonzern seiner ungeliebten Schwiegermutter Margaret, soll seinen. Columbo ist eine US-amerikanische Krimiserie von Richard Levinson und William Link, die in Folge Playback feuert er mit sichtbarem Widerwillen eine Waffe in eine Sandkiste ab. Columbo hat außerdem Flug- und Höhenangst und kann.
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In any event, nobody told the caption writer. We have to live with the pain that many Columbo scripts refer to scenes in dialogues which really should have been filmed.
Thank you for that information. I still think that we really should have seen Tanya at some point, regardless of who might have played her, as she is key to the whole blackmail operation.
But I guess that us watching that scene and then hearing Columbo recreate it might have been too repetitive.
Perhaps we can assume that the uncredited bikini girl seen during the running of the film is supposed to be Tanya? True, but Arlene Martel had a very wide range.
If not, I think this must be unique? On the other hand, Mind Over Mayhem has lots of interaction with the very lovely Jessica Walter, but she is hardly a comedy character.
If Columbo had called Mrs Nicholson, young as she may be compared to her husband, a pretty girl, it would have made for a good laugh.
Paula Hall? Every episode of Columbo has at least one, or both of these. This makes me think that a scene with Arlene Martel was really intended to fill in the hole.
Good investigation! Take your time, Columbophile. I decorated my living-room with original autographs of Peter Falk and Robert Culp, with a poster of Columbo and Paul Galesko and with TV magazines that have Columbo on its covers.
Columbo in it, and even Lt. Columbo has a private life. She is also a pretty girl. To be honest, it is she that I name, when the question comes up which TV girl I would like to marry.
Sorry, that should have read: the only artist to appear in every episode of The Name Of The Game. Unfortunately it is not available on DVD, but I find episodes on the internet.
As I recall, The Name Of The Game was about an investigative magazine, owned by the Gene Barry character. He would take it in turns to be the hero, alternating between two of his reporters.
Susan St James played his secretary, who I think was called Peggy. I thought Susan was in all of them. An increasingly riled Galesko accuses Columbo of framing him with false evidence, and becomes more incensed when Columbo tells him the original photo was accidentally destroyed.
Galesko grabs a camera from a shelf where there are twelve other cameras, and shows Columbo a negative that is still inside it. Galesko says the negative proves him right about which way the clock is pointing in the original photograph.
Galesko has thus given himself away. He had no way of knowing which camera had been used as part of the kidnapping scheme, or that the negative was still in the back of that camera.
Galesko, defeated, realizes that Columbo had staged the false arrest with the exact purpose of getting him to lose his cool, just so he would rashly identify the camera.
Colonel Lyle C. Rumford Patrick McGoohan , head of the Haynes Military Academy, an all-boys school, is told by the Board of Trustees president William Haynes Tom Simcox , with whom Rumford has a contentious relationship, that due to declining enrollment it must be converted into a coed school.
Haynes also makes clear that Rumford will no longer be in charge of the revamped institution. Rumford rigs a school cannon by blocking its discharge with a cleaning rag, then modifies a shell with a more powerful explosive so that the cannon will explode when Haynes fires it the next morning, at a ceremonial occasion.
Rumford pins the accident on a cadet, Roy Springer Mark Wheeler , who has a history of behavioral demerits.
Columbo himself finds the cider, and realizes there is a connection between it and the murder. He gains the confidence of the cadets who made the cider, and has them tell him everything about how and when it was made.
Once he learns that information, he asks Rumford if he had seen the cider previously. When Rumford says yes, it incriminates him.
Columbo tells him he could have seen the cider only on the morning of the murder the cider had been hung out to ferment at night, and as such was only visible around sunrise , and only if he was standing very near the cannon because of the location of the trees on the academy grounds.
Mis au courant, le docteur se rend compte que la jeune femme risque d'avouer. Il l'hypnotise alors en lui laissant un ordre post-hypnotique.
Menu de navigation Espaces de noms Article Discussion. Saison 4 de Columbo. His barely controlled rage at being foiled is amazingly acted out by Oskar Werner and is powerfully set against the shock and tear-stained face of Elizabeth.
Her world has been absolutely turned upside down, the lies of her husband wounding her even more deeply than the loss of her mother.
With astounding performances from Werner and Rowlands, the scene elicits an emotional response few other episodes get close to, making it easily one of the most memorable gotcha scenes of the entire series.
Almost without fail the high tech gadgets that he encounters over the years bamboozle and delight the Lieutenant in equal measure.
Yet he always masters them and finds a way to turn the tech to his advantage in cracking the case — and his exploits in Playback could represent the zenith of his tech career.
Presumably audiences of the day were gasping in astonishment at the digital audacity of it all. Who knew?
Not content with just being the boss of Midas Electronics, he also actually seems to be the brains behind the development of some seriously cutting edge tech.
Note the crystal clarity of the zoomed-in image of his art show invitation that seals his fate. In the form of the Esper Photo Analysis machine blade runner Deckard employs in his pursuit of the replicants in the dystopian LA of [ citation needed — readers enraged ].
Prove me wrong, viewers. Prove me wrong …. Harold Van Wick is no Riley Greenleaf, no Dexter Paris, Alex Benedict or even Bart Keppell.
What Werner does get right is the callous coolness required of the role. His repression of and philandering against dear Elizabeth really grates.
She is sunshine and goodness. He is drearily self-interested, maintaining just enough of a pretense of affection for his wife to keep her keen.
And are you seriously telling me that the sight of this bowl-haired, neckerchiefed wet would have the gorgeous Marcy making eyes at him across the crowded gallery milliseconds after meeting him?
Marcy making eyes at this wimp is the most far-fetched plot line of them all! And this is where his single finest acting moment comes in.
When she refuses to support him, he FLIPS OUT , dropping his head and shaking it in a passion as he spins out of camera shot.
Rowlands is in fine form throughout, her wronged Elizabeth being the emotional heart of the episode. Is she recently disabled, therefore unable to satisfy his carnal demands?
Has his motivation really been to create a safe and protective environment for Elizabeth, or has he used it to indulge his love of gadgetery?
The script gives us a little of each. User Ratings. External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. DID YOU KNOW?
Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Columbo — Rate This. Season 4 Episode 5. All Episodes A gadget-happy inventor murders his mother-in-law; Lt.
Columbo is on the case. Director: Bernard L. Writers: David P. Lewis , Booker Bradshaw as Booker T. Davinotti jr. Clicca sul nome dei commentatori per leggere la loro dissertazione.
ORDINA COMMENTI PER: BENIAMINI GERARCHIA DATA. Ottima puntata che offre diversi punti di interesse, a partire dai due grandi attori protagonisti.
Notevole puntata e unica nella quale Colombo usa una pistola anche se solo per simulare il suono di quest'ultima. Un'altra ottima puntata.
Lo "specialista" Kovalski gira un episodio registicamente non comune, conferendo il giusto ritmo a una vicenda interessante soprattutto per la costruzione del delitto e per l'ingegnoso alibi.