Columbo: Mystery Movie Collection 1990
DVD | Box Set
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
The legendary Peter Falk returns in his four-time Primetime Emmy® award-winning role as rumpled and ready Police Lieutenant Columbo in this six TV-movie collection, now available on DVD for the first time! This must-own three-disc set features the iconic trenchcoat-wearing sleuth who’s still asking “just one more thing.” Joining him is a roster of dazzling guest stars, including Deidre Hall, Mark Margolis, Stanley Kamel, Dick Sargent, Andrew Stevens, Brenda Vaccaro and Robert Culp. Smart, witty and entertaining, it’s no mystery why the Columbo Mystery Movie Collection 1990 is killer viewing for every fan of the genre.
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
You can't beat the price either. I went to the mall to buy one, but I stopped myself due to the price: TWICE the cost of this one.
Besides that, I LOVE this show! The late Peter Falk was superb--He IS Columbo! He is world famous. Even his trench coat (which comes from his own personal wardrobe) is in the Smithsonian.
You will not be disappointed if you love Columbo!
Wait...Just one more thing...
The remaining two have their moments (the "denouements" in both "Murder in Malibu" and "Unessy Lies the Crown") and interesting guest stars (Oscar winner Brenda Vaccaro in "Malibu" and Paul Burke in "Crown") but the stories and the guest murderers (James Read in "Crown" and "Andrew Stevens in "Malibu") aren't as engaging as those in other Columbo shows).
Also, Universal still doesn't give the show the respect it deserves: no extras and a poor navigation system, allowing viewing of only one episode before having to restart the disc to click onto the second episode on the two-show disc.
The final indignation to actor Falk is that the company uses a younger picture of him on the cover and poorly "dyes" the older image of the actor on the back.
We fans know that the performer that made the shows in the nineties is twenty years older than the one from the 70's.
Regardless of his age, Falk is still the one and only "Columbo," deserving of greater respect.