Kojak (1973–1978)
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Two-Four-Six for Two Hundred 

While an accused thief sits in jail waiting for his lawyer to arrange bail, Kojak tries to decipher a phrase heard during an unsuccessful attempt to steal a paint company truck.

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Cassidy York
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Augustine Pataki
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Det. Stavros (as Demosthenes)
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Mrs. Tildon
George Loros ...
Corso
Joshua Shelley ...
Obitsky
William Beckley ...
Night Manager
Albert Cole ...
Berlin
Joyce Davis ...
Valerie
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Thompson
Joseph X. Flaherty ...
Regan
James Espinoza ...
Ramirez (as James Espinosa)
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While an accused thief sits in jail waiting for his lawyer to arrange bail, Kojak tries to decipher a phrase heard during an unsuccessful attempt to steal a paint company truck.

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The character played by George Loros is listed in the credits as "Corso" but he is referred to in the episode as "Harry Collins". See more »

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A Holmes-Type Mystery
20 March 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What does a robbery of a paint truck at its warehouse have to do with a major crime? Well....a lot, as it turns out.

This episode almost reminded me of a Sherlock Holmes mystery with a lot of figuring out to do by Kojak and the boys. In the end, it comes down to solving "What do the numbers 2-4-6-for-200 mean?

On the road to that we get some interesting performances by a couple of well-known actors, such as Robert Loggia, Dick O'Neill and Rose Marie. Loggia, who began his career a little late at the age of 26, and has always been credible playing gangsters.

Meanwhile, the always-spunky Rose Marie is still with us at the age of 90. I think she'll always be remembered best in her role as "Sally Rogers" on "The Dick Van Dyke Show."


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