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Suitable for Framing (1971)

Suitable for Framing





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In this 90-minute episode of TV's Columbo series, Ross Martin plays an erudite art critic. Rather than submit to blackmail, Martin bumps off a colleague and tries to pin the blame elsewhere. It's obvious he has no idea what's in store for him when Lt. Columbo arrives on the scene.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Action & Adventure, Television, Mystery & Suspense
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On DVD: Aug 3, 1994

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Predictable and mundane, Suitable for Framing is a passionless crime thriller. The story follows an art critic who kills his uncle in order to inherit his art collection, but to succeed he'll have to manipulate the police and Lt. Columbo into arresting his aunt-in-law for the crime. The plot's rather obvious, although it does a good job at staging the climax where Columbo reveals how he solved the case. And, there are some strong supporting performances from Don Ameche and Kim Hunter. Suitable for Framing isn't necessarily bad, it's just poorly executed.

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