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Kojak: The Belarus File (1985)

Not Rated | | Crime, Mystery, Thriller | TV Movie 16 February 1985
Lieutenant Theo Kojak teams up with Dana Sutton, a comely federal agent, to uncover a conspiracy reaching back to the Nazi occupation of the Soviet Union.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Lieutenant Theo Kojak
... Dana Sutton
... Peter Barak (as Max Von Sydow)
Herbert Berghof ... Buchardt
... Captain Frank McNeil
... Elissa Barak
... Lustig
Charles Brown ... Captain Julius Gay
... Stavros
... Chris Kennert
Harry Davis ... The Rabbi
Rita Karin ... Mrs. Fitzev
Mark Russell ... Saperstein (as Mark B. Russell)
Vince Conti ... Det. Rizzo
Margaret Thomson ... Secretary
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Lieutenant Theo Kojak teams up with Dana Sutton, a comely federal agent, to uncover a conspiracy reaching back to the Nazi occupation of the Soviet Union.

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Last appearance of Dan Frazer as Frank McNeil, George Savalas as Stavros, Mark Russell as Saperstein, and Vince Conti as Rizzo. See more »

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Dana Sutton: Who loves ya, baby?
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Followed by Kojak: None So Blind (1990) See more »

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AGING BUT GOOD COLD WAR NAZI STORY
2 October 2000 | by See all my reviews

Probably pro-Kojak sentiments coupled with the courageous story line led to my exaggerating a "fair" rating for this movie. Probably a fair rating of this movie should be 8. But the inexplicable weighted average by others of 5.3 is neither fair nor understandable.

The action and style is classic Kojak; even "Styros" (Terry Salvalas' real life brother) acts in this movie. I think Salvalas and Susan Pleshet did a good job of carrying the story of a Nazi concentration camp survivor tracking down aging Nazis to execute them by taking justice into his own hands. The one glaring flaw is that Pleshet's character (an ambitious State Department attorney on her way up ... who is supposed to derail Kojak's murder investigation) is not likely to have faced a lifetime prison term by handing over to Kojak "Top Secret" files ... just to prove to Kojak that she can be trusted. But otherwise, I think the movie made its point that mass murderous Nazis were (and continue to be) protected by various branches of the United States government. So making an action-adventure "crimmie" about it takes some guts and deserves some glory.

This movie is worth seeing for entertainment and for educational values.


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