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

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(characters), (as Anthony Piccirillo)
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Lieutenant Theo Kojak
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ADA Carmen Warrick
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Detective Bobby Crocker
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Detective Henry Messina
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Detective Dan Riggins
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Darryl Harris
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Col. Vincent Barnett
Tom Rooney ...
Howard Fletcher
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Captain Frank McNeil
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Jacob L. Adams ...
Shop Foreman
Magdalena Alexander ...
Russian Prostitute
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Billy Harris
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Femme Bartender
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Precinct Cop
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Detective Washburn
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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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Behind the times!!!
19 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

Did not enjoy the new Kojak one little bit. The opening to the pilot was supposed to shock, but I just laughed. Compared to the current 'gritty' shows out there, this sucked (no pun intended!!!!). The way it was filmed put me off straight away. With dodgy slow motion techniques which should now belong in the dark ages. This has nothing I haven't seen before. Compared to high quality shows like Sopranos, The Shield, Six Feet Under, Lost & CSI, this is just poor. Don't get me wrong, I like Ving Rhames, he's a class act. But I think he's making a big mistake with this. Perhaps it will get better once the series is shown over her in the UK, but I doubt it.


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