Freddie Brower, a down-on-his-luck photographer in the final stages of a divorce, wins $30 million in the lottery. In order to not share it with his wife before the divorce is finalized, he arranges for his uncle Leon to cash in the ticket and give Freddy the money after the divorce. But uncle Leon Lamarr has ideas of his own.
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Did You Know?
Columbo reveals that he and his wife's silver wedding anniversary is coming up very soon, meaning they were married two years prior to Prescription: Murder
(1968). See more
When Columbo is showing Leon the f-stops on the camera, he passes it to him lens first. The close-up then shows it with lens pointing away from Leon, then the next long shot lens first - at which point Columbo turns it round. See more
You know, on second thought, maybe I oughta have our old car repainted. Jack, it's 25 years. I oughta do something special.
Your car or her car?
I didn't hear that.
Where Have All The Flowers Gone
Written by Pete Seeger See more