Columbo Last Salute to the Commodore: Charlie Clay runs a ship building business owned by his father-in-law, Commodore Otis Swanson, who is not happy with the wastrel's shady dealings. Nor is he pleased with any of the people closest to him, including his alcoholic daughter Joanna Clay, his elderly nephew Swanny Swanson or his lawyer Kittering. Soon the Commodore is murdered; and Charlie Clay covers it up by impersonating the Commodore, taking the corpse out on the man's yawl at night and throwing the body overboard. Lt. Columbo investigates this case with the help of a veteran sergeant and a 29-year-old novice. The rumpled, redoubtable detective knows Clay covered up the crime. But his assumption that Clay committed the crime may prove premature.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||March 02, 1976|
|Genres:||Drama Thriller Crime Mystery|
|Actors:||Bruce Kirby Dennis Dugan Diane Baker Fred Draper Hanna Hertelendy Jimmy Joyce John Dehner John Finnegan Joseph Roman Joshua Bryant Peter Falk Robert Vaughn Rod McCary Susan Foster Tom Williams Wilfrid Hyde-White|
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