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Kojak: Created by Abby Mann. With Telly Savalas, Dan Frazer, Kevin Dobson, George Savalas. A bald, lollipop sucking police detective with a fiery righteous attitude battles crime in his city.
- Telly Savalas, Dan Frazer, Kevin Dobson
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Kojak is an American action crime drama television series starring Telly Savalas as the title character, New York City Police Department Detective Lieutenant Theo Kojak. Taking the time slot of the popular Cannon series, it aired on CBS from 1973 to 1978.
Kojak: With Ving Rhames, Michael Kelly, Chuck Shamata, Sybil Darrow. A bald fedora-wearing police lieutenant with a righteous attitude who enjoys lollipops battles crime and injustice in a big city with the help of his police squad.
- Ving Rhames, Michael Kelly, Chuck Shamata
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The classic Kojak TV show starring Telly Savalas as Kojak aired from 1973 to 1978. Explore the show on NBC.com.
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Kojak's operative, an undercover lawyer, is killed investigating endless opportunities for graft provided by an elaborate makeover for an inner city neighborhood. The hoods make the murder appear to be an auto accident, delighting those who'll benefit from the bottomless pork barrel.
Kojak has cultured an informant to solve a series of gangland killings. An assistant chief inspector, often passed over for promotions, sees an opportunity to achieve the position of commissioner he so desperately desires. He moves in on Kojak's investigation, though he is sabotaging it and is a danger even to himself.
Kojak is an American crime drama television series starring Ving Rhames.It aired on the USA Network cable channel and on ITV4 in the United Kingdom. It was a remake of Kojak starring Telly Savalas.
- March 25 –, May 22, 2005