Kojak (1973–1978)
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Two longshoremen are murdered, but Kojak can't break through the code of silence of their co-workers and get any of them to testify against the mobsters who killed them. The workers are ... See full summary »

Writers:

Abby Mann (created by), Chester Krumholz | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Telly Savalas ... Lt. Theo Kojak
Dan Frazer ... Capt. Frank McNeil
Kevin Dobson ... Det. Bobby Crocker
Cliff Osmond ... Gino
Chuck Bergansky Chuck Bergansky ... Dagger
Paul Mantee ... Hank Yankowski
Beth Porter Beth Porter ... Clara
Charles Siebert ... Bender
Louis Guss Louis Guss ... Fred
Virginia Christine ... Mrs. Yankowski
Jim Brochu ... Tony
Michael Mann Michael Mann ... Dave
Charles Guardino Charles Guardino ... Charlie
Mark Russell Mark Russell ... Det. Saperstein
Vince Conti Vince Conti ... Det. Rizzo
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Two longshoremen are murdered, but Kojak can't break through the code of silence of their co-workers and get any of them to testify against the mobsters who killed them. The workers are more concerned with dealing out their own justice on whoever of their own may have helped set up the victims. Written by rbecker28

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 November 1976 (USA) See more »

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Universal Television See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(DVD)

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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If you make the bed..then you must sleep on it
18 October 2013 | by jayasoundSee all my reviews

Cliff Osmond whom I've only seen play hapless bumbling inept characters fires up on his dramatic pistons. His character Gino here is torn between good and evil. A well researched and I wouldn't be surprised if that misdeeds did not take place back then. Kojak is wonderful. He seems so cool, strong and fearless. I'm enjoying all this episodes now more then when it first came out when I was only 14. Check out the part when Sally Kirkland asks Kojak if they are still friends and that was a marvelous and unique response from him. This episode ended abruptly I thought. I was wanting more interaction, more volleys from the dock workers and Kojak, that would've been really awesome


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