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Kojak: The Belarus File (1985)

TV Movie  -   -  Crime | Mystery | Thriller  -  16 February 1985 (USA)
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Lieutenant Theo Kojak teams up with Dana Sutton, a comely federal agent, to uncover a conspiracy reaching back to the Nazi occupation of the Soviet Union.

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Peter Barak (as Max Von Sydow)
Herbert Berghof ...
Buchardt
Dan Frazer ...
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Elissa Barak
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Lustig
Charles Brown ...
Captain Julius Gay
George Savalas ...
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Chris Kennert
Harry Davis ...
The Rabbi
Rita Karin ...
Mrs. Fitzev
Mark Russell ...
Saperstein (as Mark B. Russell)
Vince Conti ...
Margaret Thomson ...
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Lieutenant Theo Kojak teams up with Dana Sutton, a comely federal agent, to uncover a conspiracy reaching back to the Nazi occupation of the Soviet Union.

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Last appearance of Dan Frazer as Frank McNeil, George Savalas as Stavros, Mark Russell as Saperstein, and Vince Conti as Rizzo. See more »

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Dana Sutton: Who loves ya, baby?
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Followed by Kojak: Flowers for Matty (1990) See more »

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Reminders of wars now gone
7 January 1999 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Lollipop-loving, follicle-free. There, that's those cliches out of the way. Kojak investigates the mysterious murders of several elderly Russian emigres to America. Turns out they were all inmates at a Nazi concentration camp. Looks like Theo's got some digging to do, and it's all a government cover-up, of course.


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