Kojak (1973–1978)
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The Summer of '69: Part 2 

Kojak goes on vacation to continue to work the case after being told he's transferred to administration and during the course of his investigation he reunites with several people who were ... See full summary »

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Ray Blaine
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The Man
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Quade
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Rudy Diaz
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Lt. Williamson
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George Devane
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Marie Stella
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Kojak goes on vacation to continue to work the case after being told he's transferred to administration and during the course of his investigation he reunites with several people who were in his life during the original case, including a young woman with whom he had a brief affair. Written by Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>

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10 December 1977 (USA)  »

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When the two guys have the fight in the locker room they end up running into the two mirrors at the end of the room. When one of the mirrors is pushed sideways, the crewman holding the boom mic can be seen in one of them. See more »

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Some Unfinished Business
16 November 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The second part of this two part story begins with 1 Police Plaza assigning Philip R. Allen a new detective to officially work the case of the clothesline killer that Kojak may have gotten wrong back in 1969. In the meantime the mysterious Alex Dreier is watching Stephen McHattie and thinks his talents would be put to good use by the organization he represents.

Back in the day when he was on the case Telly Savalas was keeping company with Diane Baker. She does something back then that Kojak now finds of inestimable value in bringing in the real killer.

All I can say is that McHattie and the real killer did cross paths somewhat and that is the reason that the cops made a mistake.

The squad and Captain McNeill risk their own careers to help Savalas under the table so to speak. As they brief Allen on stuff Kojak has uncovered unofficially, you have to see the scene where Kojak is kept informed. Priceless.

Whatever organization Dreier was representing he provides an interesting coda to the whole affair.

Kojak triumphs again.


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