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Last Salute to the Commodore 1975 TV Episode

Last Salute to the Commodore Last Salute to the Commodore
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Length
1h 31m
Country
United States
Release Dates
1976-05-02
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The family and friends of brilliant naval architect Commodore Otis Swanson have gathered for the company’s annual party. The commodore, however, has become increasingly discontented with the way his son-in-law, Charles Clay, has developed the shipbuilding firm into a vast, impersonal corporation. He is tired of being surrounded by freeloaders like his alcoholic daughter, Joanna, his irresponsible nephew, Swanny, and of course, Charles. The only man he respects is Wayne Taylor, the head of the boatyard. In fact, the Commodore intends to sell the company. That night, Charles is wiping clean the belaying pin used to bash the Commodore’s skull.
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Columbo
Columbo
4.17 • S5E6
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Peter Falk
Peter Falk
Columbo
Robert Vaughn
Robert Vaughn
Charles Clay
Dennis Dugan
Dennis Dugan
Sgt. Theodore "Mac" Ablinsky
Diane Baker
Diane Baker
Joanna Clay
Wilfrid Hyde-White
Wilfrid Hyde-White
Johnathan Kettering
Bruce Kirby
Bruce Kirby
Sgt. Kramer
Fred Draper
Fred Draper
Swanny
John Dehner
John Dehner
Otis Swanson
Joshua Bryant
Joshua Bryant
Wayne Taylor
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One of the most controversial and universally hated episodes - especially among Columbo fans - Last Salute is definitely an acquired taste...BUT...if you can look past the dumb unnecessary quirks which McGoohan the director injects into the main character - it's actually quite a fun romp.
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