Riley Greenleaf is a publisher and Alan Mallory, a successful writer, is his principal asset. But Alan Mallory has decided to change publishers. Riley threatens to kill Alan. Then he hires Eddie Kane, a Vietnam veteran, to murder Alan and to leave evidence that the killer is Riley himself, who has an excellent alibi. But a key will betray him.
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Did You Know?
The stock footage of the apartment building for Eileen McRae is the same footage used for the residence of Beth Davenport in The Rockford Files
(1974). Both shows were produced by Universal Studios. See more
Between the opening sequence where Greenleaf meets Eddie to the faked parking lot accident and when he is discovered by cops parked in a park, the car Greenleaf's driving is a 1969 Cadillac Coupe de Ville convertible. At his house when Columbo looks out of a window at the car in the driveway, it's a 1967 model. When they go outside for Columbo to check accident damage, the car is again the original '69. See more
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