Donald Pleasence and Peter Falk
TENENTE COLOMBO: "L'uomo dell'anno"
COLUMBO: "Any Old Port in a Storm" was first broadcast on NBC in the United States on October 7, 1973.
PETER FALK (Lieutenant Columbo)
DONALD PLEASENCE (Adrian Carsini)
GARY CONWAY (Ric Carsini)
JULIE HARRIS (Karen Fielding)
JOYCE JILLSON (Joan Stacey)
DANA ELCAR (Falcon)
VITO SCOTTI (Maitre D')
ROBERT DONNER (The Drunk)
ROBERT ELLENSTEIN (Stein)
GEORGE GAYNES (Frenchman)
Directed by LEO PENN
Written by STANLEY RALPH ROSS
(Based on a story by LARRY COHEN)
Produced by ROBERT F. O'NEILL
Lieutenant Columbo investigates a renown wine merchant/collector, who is the main suspect in the death of his playboy brother.
Pleasence plays Adrian Carsini---a highly-respected wine merchant/collector who murdered his playboy brother, when he threatens to sell their winery.
Photo courtesy of Tim Murphy
Photo courtesy of Tim Murphy and John Ellis
Images courtesy of Stephen Burns
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