Kojak (2005– )
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A bald police detective with a righteous attitude battles crime on his hometurf.

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, (as Michael Watkins)

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(characters), (as Anthony Piccirillo)
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ADA Carmen Warrick
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Detective Dan Riggins
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Col. Vincent Barnett
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Howard Fletcher
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Billy Harris
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A bald police detective with a righteous attitude battles crime on his hometurf.

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Crime | Drama

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Kojak is back!
5 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm a huge fan of Telly Savalas' Kojak. Kojak was a sharp dressing cop who acted as a prince of the city. He didn't always go by the book, but he protected the innocent. He was slick, smart, and had a great heart. Now it's 2005 and there's a new version of Kojak starring Ving Rhames. It is superb. The character is still a sharp dressing prince of the city. He still doesn't do everything by the book and he still protects the innocent. Bobby Crocker is back. Frank MacNeil is back. The lollipops are back. The bald is back too. Most importantly, Kojak still has his heart of gold. I'm as happy watching Ving as I am watching Telly in the role on DVD. Both men bring their own individuality to the role, but the heart and soul of Kojak is there in both versions. The 2005 series truly maintains the integrity of the original character. Kojak is still one hell of a guy. This is how all remakes should be. It's excellent.


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