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  • The best parts of this episode for me are the moments when Nimoy's Dr. Mayfield character gets so ired at Columbo's interruptions and constant questioning
  • He doesn't get to really stretch, but he's a good actor and I love the characterizations he does

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      Columbo’s A Stitch in Crime from season two has been a show I’ve always remembered. Leonard Nimoy guest starred as a surgeon who attempts to kill his mentor via certain actions on the operating table, and the only one who believes that is Sharon Martin, a surgical nurse. Sharon is played by Anne

      Francis, who has been on Columbo before. This is a shorter outing for her, though.

      Nimoy is actually quite threatening in his approach. It always amazes me how a good actor can make you believe they are so gentle in one show and then be so convincingly evil in another, and Nimoy is one ...


      • of those who can do this very well. He scares the beejeebees out of me in this role.

        The best parts of this episode for me are the moments when Nimoy’s Dr. Mayfield character gets so ired at Columbo’s interruptions and constant questioning. Some of these are priceless.

        Nita Talbot brings on a chuckle when

        she talks about why she works for a plastic surgeon. Her role is small, but she does make an impression. Will Geer’s supporting role is good. He doesn’t get to really stretch, but he’s a good actor and I love the characterizations he does.

        All in all, this works as an entertaining evening.




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