A man is killed, apparently by a prostitute and her partner, but Kojak begins to suspect that it is much more than a simple "Murphy job". As he investigates, he finds that federal ... See full summary »

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A man is killed, apparently by a prostitute and her partner, but Kojak begins to suspect that it is much more than a simple "Murphy job". As he investigates, he finds that federal authorities are hampering his efforts, and apparently protecting the wealthy businessman he suspects of involvement. Written by anonymous

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No love for the Marshalls
25 January 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Robert Alda guest stars in this Kojak episode which starts off as the murder of an out of town accountant from Cleveland who gets sapped after being led up to an SRO hotel by a working girl that's hotspot for working girls working their trade.

The deceased was doing an audit on the garment business that Robert Alda was the head of. Alda is a guy who is living well, but also apparently knows nothing about the business he's in. Later on another accountant working the same audit is kidnapped and later released and now clams up when Telly Savalas wants information.

Even Dan Frazer has his curiosity aroused with this one and does some background checking of his own. Usually Captain McNeill just looks worried and gives Kojak his head, but Frazer gets deep in this story.

Alda's character of Adrian Marshall is not what it seems nor is the deceased a boy scout either. A very fascinating Kojak episode.


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