Kojak (1973–1978)
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A Very Deadly Game 

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
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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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12 December 2012 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

When one of Kojak's detectives is murdered during a sting operation involving a drug deal that the squad was assisting the Feds with, Kojak as you would expect takes it downright personal. The doer is Alex Colon who is a big, but lone player in the higher echelons of the drug world.

But top Fed Burr Debenning has put years of work and it's his money that Colon ripped off and he wants the money, Colon, and whatever drugs he'd purchase. And since Colon has a half million dollars that's a lot of people that can be strung out leading useless lives.

Art Lund who is a local Fed and works with Manhattan South squad is put in an impossible position by Debenning. He's supposed to not cooperate with them and take all information he learns to his superior.

In that same failed sting a dealer Ji-Tu Cumbaka is murdered. Both he and his girlfriend Sylvia Soares are memorable. Especially Soares when she's told her man is dead and she gives up Colon.

A nice story about whose priorities ought to be paramount.


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