Kojak: Season 5, Episode 9

The Summer of '69: Part 1 (4 Dec. 1977)

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A young woman is found stabbed to death in the trunk of a car, the MO that of the serial murderer who terrorized Manhattan some eight years earlier (the summer of '69). The main suspect as ... See full summary »

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Dan Frazer ...
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George Savalas ...
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Ray Blaine
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The Man
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Quade
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Rudy Diaz
Phillip R. Allen ...
Lt. Williamson
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George Devane
Thalmus Rasulala ...
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Sheila
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Irene Van Patten
Kenneth O'Brien ...
Silas
Kirk Calloway ...
Harold Woods
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A young woman is found stabbed to death in the trunk of a car, the MO that of the serial murderer who terrorized Manhattan some eight years earlier (the summer of '69). The main suspect as the "Clothesline Killer" was shot and killed by Kojak while trying to escape. Theo (and his bosses) then question whether or not he killed the right man, especially after more bodies start turning up. Written by Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>

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The 3-piece suit with bell bottom pants was late 1970's menswear, not applicable to the flash-back to 1969. Kojak's suit would've been straight-legged and shorter hem, most likely without a vest and with a much less fitted jacket. See more »

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Written by John Hartford
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