Kojak (1973–1978)
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Wall Street Gunslinger 

Kojak works on a Wall Street robbery that involves three murders. When usual methods fail, Kojak goes undercover as a Greek millionaire. He suspects a well-known stockbroker whom he hopes ... See full summary »

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Det. Stavros (as Demosthenes)
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Lenny Grenfell
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Paul Paulus
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Sheik Ali
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Felicity
George Loros ...
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Sergeant Collins
Harvey Fisher ...
Sergeant Way
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Oliver
Trish Hawkins ...
Fern
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Kojak works on a Wall Street robbery that involves three murders. When usual methods fail, Kojak goes undercover as a Greek millionaire. He suspects a well-known stockbroker whom he hopes to catch attempting to sell the stocks to him. Things go awry when the thieves find out that the Greek millionaire Kojak is impersonating is actually in Europe. Kojak is kidnapped and counts on his colleagues saving him. Written by jeaneva

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6 October 1974 (USA)  »

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Fantastic Opening Best Part Of Story
21 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The first seven minutes of this episode is really, really good - the best I've seen thus far on "Kojak." We follow a theft of securities that a courier had handcuffed to him, to the mugging of the latter and the cop with him, to the disposal of them quickly to an old Jewish man, to the quick killing that man when the guys go to grab the securities back, to a dispersal of the two crooks - each going in a different direction.....on and on. It's a long but riveting opening segment.

The rest of the story can't come close to it, bogging down here and there with talk that only a Wall Street broker could understand. It involves three big rollers: "Larry Grenfell," "Sheik" and "Paulus." The ending is a good one but, overall, the episode is fair.

However, I'll always remember that great opening. That, and this gorgeous girl who is interviewed early on - Ann Coleman who plays "Felicity." What a face and voice!


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