Episode review: Columbo Greenhouse Jungle

Watching at this moment. The first season is full of classics.

The Columbophile


If badly bewigged men bellowing in monotone for 75 minutes is your idea of a good time, you’re gonna LOVE Greenhouse Jungle!

Yes folks, Season 2’s second outing hit the airwaves on 15th October 1972, following hot on the heels of the uber-popular Etude in Black. A tough act to follow, perhaps, but with Ray Milland leading the supporting cast, and Peter Falk now owning every inch of the crumpled mac, anything seemed possible.

Is Greenhouse Jungle a pathetic African Violet, or a $1200 orchid? Read on and find out…

Columbo Greenhouse Jungle cast

Dramatis personae

Lieutenant Columbo: Peter Falk
Jarvis Goodland: Ray Milland
Sergeant Wilson: Bob Dishy
Tony Goodland: Bradford Dillman
Kathy Goodland: Sandra Smith
Ken Nichols: William Smith
Gloria: Arlene Martell
Directed by: Boris Sagal
Written by: Jonathan Latimer
Score by: Oliver Nelson

Episode synopsis – Columbo Greenhouse Jungle


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