Volume two of the tenth series of the 1970s American detective drama featuring Peter Falk's now-classic depiction of the trenchcoat-clad detective Columbo, who uses his humble ways and disingenuous demeanour to winkle out even the most well-concealed of crimes. Episodes are: 'Undercover', 'Strange Bedfellows', 'A Trace of Murder', 'Ashes to Ashes', 'Murder With Too Many Notes' and 'Columbo Likes the NightLife'.
One of the most famous detectives to ever hit the television screen, Columbo
(Peter Falk) has become an iconic character in popular culture. Forever clad in a raincoat and chomping a cigar, the dishevelled Columbo seems as scatterbrained as his appearance would suggest. However, even when it appears that his investigation is going nowhere, Columbo's keen mind is absorbing details and clues, until finally he reveals that he knows everything that's happened. Each episode opens with a murder, followed by Columbo's investigation, and finally his revelation of how he put the events together. Columbo
became popular and famous for its clever dramatic structure and Peter Falk's winning portrayal of the detective. This release includes a selection of episodes from the tenth series of the show.