When Kojak works with the FBI to apprehend a drug dealer. He sends one of his detectives to work with an FBI agent posing as buyers. When the dealer arrives he shoots both men and takes off... See full summary »

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Art Lund ...
Special Agent Ike Watkins
Burr DeBenning ...
Cass (as Burr Debenning)
Roger Robinson ...
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Det. Stavros (as Demosthenes)
Alex Colon ...
Raul Fria
Lillian Lehman ...
Lisa Keller
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John 'Blue' Andrews
Laurence Haddon ...
Capt. Ernie Perkins
Sylvia Soares ...
Jackie
Miko Mayama ...
Mai Lee
Vince Conti ...
Sgt. Rizzo
Carl M. Craig ...
Det. Ben Keller (as Carl Mathis Craig)
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When Kojak works with the FBI to apprehend a drug dealer. He sends one of his detectives to work with an FBI agent posing as buyers. When the dealer arrives he shoots both men and takes off with the money. He meets a partner who then shoots him and makes off with the money. When Kojak gets a description of the partner and gives it to his FBI contact, he is ordered by another agent not to give Kojak anymore info. It isn't long before Kojak suspects that the agent is holding out on him, he follows him and meets the other agent whom he knows and finds out that the agent is looking for the killer and has a personal stake in it. When the man refuses to work with Kojak, Kojak tells him to stay out of his way. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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29 September 1974 (USA)  »

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The merry-go-round location (at least the exterior) used in the final sequence appears to be the same as the one in movie "The Sting", from the previous year, in which the Robert Redford character first meets the Paul Newman character. See more »

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Intense Crook, Feds Both Make Theo Edgy
20 October 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Theo Kojak" goes up against both the killers and the feds in this tense episode. Oh, the Feds aren't crooked; they just want to capture this guy themselves because he's a heroin dealer and they've been on the case for two years. However, Kojak is ticked off big-time because a policeman was shot and murdered in this effort to get "Raul Fria" (Alex Colon).

That aforementioned crook ("Fria") doesn't have a lot of lines in here but he's interesting, an intense guy who keeps you riveting to the screen wondering what he'll do next.

Kojak, incensed over the way things are going, is even more abrasive than usual, barking out orders and insults to "Starvros" and "Crocker" and even his boss "Capt. Frank McNeil." No captain, by the way, would put up with the abuse a lower-ranked cop like Kojak gives him.

Anyway, the conflict between Kojak and the Feds is interesting and the story winds up taking Kojak all the way to the West Coast at the Santa Monica pier.

It's another good episode.


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