Columbo: The Most Crucial Game (1972)
The owner of a football team is found dead in a swimming pool. It looks like an accident, a slip and fall. However, Columbo doesn't really believe in this being an accident and investigates the accident as if it was a murder case. However, the person he suspects has a powerful alibi.
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A sensational murder mystery, The Most Crucial Game is smart and exciting. Lt. Columbo must break the air tight alibi of a pro-football general manager who killed the team's owner in order to seize control. Robert Culp returns to the series and is joined by Dean Stockwell and Susan Howard, who all deliver good performances. The writing is also very strong, and does a good job at building suspense and intrigue. Exceptionally well-crafted, The Most Crucial Game is an entertaining thriller.More
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