Kojak


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Kojak

hard-boiled, Manhattan plainclothes detective. [TV: Ter-race, I, 445]

Kojak

tough, New York City plainclothes detective. [TV: Terrace, 445]
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He was in Kojak for its five year run as the experienced Frank McNeil and despite his age has recently been appearing in the US crime series Law and Order, Special Victims Unit.
He starred in Kojak from 1973 to 1978 but his role as the bald, lollipop–loving detective made him a star around the world.
Kojak Melegrito added 16 points, Mark Benitez had 15 and Gerald Bautista added 13 for Informatics, who announced its interest to join the next conference.
1976 TUESDAY, MAY 22 Kojak kids ask "Who loves ya, baby?
Actor, famous for playing Kojak, whose films include The Dirty Dozen.
MEMORIES of the late Telly Savalas came flooding back at Newmarket yesterday when trainer Peter Charalambous gave debuts to Lieutenant Kojak and Who Loves Ya Baby in the opening Alex Scott Maiden Stakes, writes Graham Green.
Kojak (BBC1, 1973-78) HE was the TV cop who made being bald - and sucking a lollipop - cool.
KOJAK (R Hannon) COMES from a stable that churns out two-year-old winners, one after another, and this speedy little fellow was unlucky not to get his head in front at Bath on Wednesday.
Also appearing on the night are Templeton Pek, Misty's Big Adventure, Subkicks, Octane OK, Mexicolas, Strangle Kojak and Sick City Club.
The super-villain has been played by actors including late Kojak star Telly Savalas, who appeared in 1969's On Her Majesty's Secret Service.
ITV4 launches on Tuesday with an updated series of Kojak, starring Ving Rhames as the lollipop-sucking detective.
A film narrated by the Kojak star in the late 1970s - entitled Telly Savalas Looks At Birmingham - has resurfaced after years of obscurity.