A serial bomber tagged by the papers as the "Good Luck Bomber," gives warning, leaves mocking notes, and constructs devices which the bomb squad is unable to defuse. He seems to have no ... See full summary »

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A serial bomber tagged by the papers as the "Good Luck Bomber," gives warning, leaves mocking notes, and constructs devices which the bomb squad is unable to defuse. He seems to have no motive, makes no demands, espouses no causes he's fighting for.....just what is going on? The prime suspect, Joe Milner, has a prior record and is egotistical regarding his explosive expertise. At one point, he helps disable a bomb placed in a hospital; the police are mystified. When a bomb threat is received by a refinery, Milner agrees to help-for a million dollar fee. Kojak sets a trap at the refinery to find out who really set the bomb. Written by jeaneva

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Kojak exits Manhattan General Hospital where a bomb has been found. Just outside on the sidewalk Detective Crocker approaches the Leutenant. As Crocker is talking to him Kojak sees a person across the street in the crowd. The camera view now changes to show Kojak outside the hospital From across the street starting to come across the street toward the person in the crowd but there is no Det. Crocker visible anywhere in the shot where he should have been. See more »

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This episode (and many others) contains the name "Demosthenes" Demosthenes' name appears immediately after the cast credits in the beginning of the show. Demosthenes is not an actor, but rather the ancient Greek statesman (384 BC - 322 BC) who orations were about politics and law. See more »

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A very good episode
23 September 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I think Kojak is a great programme and I especially enjoyed this episode which I saw today for the first time in nearly 40 years. A serial bomber is planting bombs around New York. A message is left at the scene each time. Each message ends with "Good luck" hence the title of the episode. It had suspense and there was also a twist which was not completely obvious. At least the twist wasn't obvious to me !. Richard Bradford was great. I remember him from his Man in a Suitcase days. Telly Savalas was excellent as Kojak as always with the usual entertaining exchanges between him and Dan Frazer. A very good episode in the series.


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