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# 00000 - 1973 Columbo game Milton Bradley $17.95
                            Excellent Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1973 Columbo game Milton Bradley $15.95
                            Very Good Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1973 Columbo game Milton Bradley $14.95
                            Acceptable Condition - Sold Out

Columbo Detective game
©1973, Milton Bradley
Ages: 10 and Up
Players: 2 to 4
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1 Game board
60 Cards
6 Motive cards
1 It's a mystery to me card
7 No clue cards
6 Columbo cards
4 TV star cards
4 Movie star cards
4 Sportswoman cards
4 Sportsman cards
4 Female executive cards
4 Male executive cards
4 Rope cards
4 Electric cards
4 Gun cards
4 Poison cards
2 Standard 6-sided dice
4 Standard pawns
Rules
Game Contents
Minimum Purchase Required    More info
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your purchase add up the total of the parts you wish
to order and enter that amount into the box of the first
page. On a later page, on the left side of the page,
please list the parts you are ordering in a drop down
box. Parts will be sent out within two days of payment.
DESCRIPTION - from the game
The object of Columbo game is to collect the largest reward by uncovering the most
EVIDENCE for solving the crime committed in the house.  You move from room to
room picking up EVIDENCE yourself, or obtaining it from other detectives.  The
spacious lawn around the house may also be a "gold mine" of clues, for, scattered on
it can be found discarded EVIDENCE...bits that tell the FIGURE and the WEAPON,
or the 6 parts of COLUMBO, plus the MOTIVE - you may collect your reward.
Shipping Wt: Approx 2.5 lbs.
NOTE: Peter Falk refused to give Milton Bradley
licensing rights to put an image of his likeness on
their board games,which explains why you see the
back of his head on the cover.
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