Kojak (1973–1978)
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Deadly Innocence 

A man is killed in a hit and run incident. Kojak eventually learns the death was no accident and is linked to the victim's son, a Vietnam war hero who was also a heroin addict.

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Lt. Theo Kojak
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Capt. Frank McNeil
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Det. Bobby Crocker (credit only)
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Det. Stavros
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Aaron Fisk
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Max Fisk
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Danny Fisk
James Luisi ...
Capt. Henry 'Hank' Rosseau
Victor Campos ...
Det. Gomez
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Sentman
Antony Ponzini ...
Fiorello (as Anthony Ponzini)
Anthony Charnota ...
Matthews
Gary Glanz ...
Ornellas
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Cindy
Russ Marin ...
Dr. Sullivan
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A man is killed in a hit and run incident. Kojak eventually learns the death was no accident and is linked to the victim's son, a Vietnam war hero who was also a heroin addict.

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15 February 1976 (USA)  »

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23 June 2016 | by See all my reviews

Guest stars Tige Andrews, Stephen Macht, and Andrew Parks play the Fisk family and they dominate this episode. Andrews is a millionaire in the garment industry and Parks was the favored child, a Vietnam war hero and now a paraplegic. They blame former cop Anthony Ponzini and did an elaborate frame to land him in prison where he's been for going on four years. Why they blame him is for you to watch the story.

But a series of events starts to unravel all of Andrews's schemes and Manhattan South is on it. In his second appearance on Kojak, James Luisi as an internal affairs cop is once again made to look very stupid. He isn't really, but the frame was elaborate and effective.

I dare not reveal the ending, but it is practically biblical in scope. Definitely look out for this one.


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