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Prescription: Murder (1968) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Richard Irving and produced by Jerrold Freedman and Richard Irving.

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Lt. Columbo: What'd you say, Doc?
[pause]
Dr. Ray Flemming: [laughs] You're a very funny man.
Lt. Columbo: I wasn't trying to be funny.
Dr. Ray Flemming: But you are, and more than you know.


Dr. Ray Flemming: Are you sure of everything? Shall I do it over again?
Joan Hudson: No, I don't want to talk about it anymore!
Dr. Ray Flemming: Ah, but it will be fine, I promise you. Just pretend you're working on a role, right down to the props.


Dr. Ray Flemming: Is there something I can do for you?
Lt. Columbo: Oh no, not really, doctor, no. I, I just came up to bring back your pen. I forgot to give it to you at the inquest.
[hands it over]
Dr. Ray Flemming: Well thanks, I missed it.
Lt. Columbo: You know, that's my trouble, I got a bad memory. My wife tells me I ought to have strings on all ten fingers.


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Bing Crosby was also offered the role of Columbo, but didn't accept it because he felt that it would interfere with his golfing.
Bing Crosby was also offered the role of Columbo, but didn't accept it because he felt that it would interfere with his golfing.
The role of Lt. Columbo was offered to Lee J. Cobb, but he had to decline due to a clash in scheduling.
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