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Peter Falk, Columbo unforgettable Lieutenant, died

June 24, 2011 Peter Falk, famous Lieutenant Columbo, died at the age of 83 in the United States. Suffering from Alzheimer’s disease for several years.

With the death of the actor is a part of the history of American series that goes off. By 1968, when Peter Falk has already appeared in many films, he agreed to don the raincoat of a police officer of great talent, Columbo. The stars are lining up to give the reply, even to make the episodes. The Lieutenant will no less than 69 surveys between 1968 and 2003, with an interruption of more than ten years.

Peter Falk Columbo allowed to be the favorite of the French police for many years.

Apart from this iconic character of television, Peter Falk was a recognized actor, privileging the filmmakers and moving before the cameras of the greatest filmmakers. Include among its rich filmography The Great Race World, A Woman Under the Influence, Opening Night, Do not pull the dentist!, Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter, The Player …

Theatre, Film, TV, 50-year career, Peter Falk scored minds and will remain for many viewers the police look at engineering improbable flair to none, always leading his 403 convertible, and making constant reference to his wife. In short, Columbo eternal, forever …


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