Kojak (1973–1978)
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Be Careful What You Pray For 

The hijacking of a truckload of plumbing donated to a school results in murder, plus major embarrassment to the NYPD, because Det. Crocker was speaking at the struggling Catholic high ... See full summary »

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Lt. Theo Kojak
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Capt. Frank McNeil
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Det. Bobby Crocker
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Det. Stavros
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Harry Ferguson
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Enorio Patias
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Proctor (as Dick Bakalyan)
Don Billett ...
Griss
M.P. Murphy ...
Callaghan
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Sister Agnes (as Meg Wylie)
Cynthia Avila ...
Lena
Bill Lazarus ...
Pete
Barbara London ...
Angie
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Chucho (as Tony Pena)
Mark Russell ...
Det. Saperstein
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The hijacking of a truckload of plumbing donated to a school results in murder, plus major embarrassment to the NYPD, because Det. Crocker was speaking at the struggling Catholic high school at the time. Kojak pushes his shields to the max, to stop the spiraling crime toll from the caper. Stavros focuses on a strange clue: Why is the Coney Island sand at the heist's fake sewer repair scene, in seed-bags from the Pacific Northwest ? Written by David Stevens

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5 October 1975 (USA)  »

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Priest Killing Has McNeil Uptight
7 May 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While "Crocker" is giving a lecture at a local girls Catholic High School, one of the priests is getting roughed up (and murdered) just outside the school.

It involves the hijacking of a truck delivering plumbing supplies, of all things. The scene of the crime leaves a couple of odd clues - sand that doesn't make sense and seed bags delivered from the far Northwest of the U.S.

The pressure is on the cops here, especially "Capt. Frank McNeil," since the head nun at the place is a former teacher of his. He gets a little antsy in here several times.

In the end, a teenage girl named "Lena" (Cynthia Avila) turns out to be a big help in solving the case.


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