Kojak

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  • TV-PG
Premiere Date October 24, 1973
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Premiere Date October 24, 1973

Original Release

10/24/1973 on CBS

US Release

10/24/1973

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Cast

Telly Savalas Lt. Theo Kojak / Theo Kojak
Kevin Dobson Det. Bobby Crocker / Bobby Crocker
Dan Frazer Capt. Frank McNeil / Frank McNeill
George Savalas Det. Stavros / Curly Stavors
Mark Russell Det. Saperstein / Percy Saperstein
Vince Conti Det. Rizzo
Donald Chaffin Det. Tracy
Bart Greene Detective
Roger Robinson Gil Weaver
Mark Russell Percy Saperstein
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 The Queen of Hearts Is Wild Sunday, 02 October 1977
2 A Strange Kind of Love Sunday, 09 October 1977
3 Laid Off Sunday, 16 October 1977
4 Cry for the Kids Sunday, 23 October 1977
5 Once More from Birdland Sunday, 30 October 1977
6 Caper on a Quiet Street Sunday, 06 November 1977
7 Letters of Death Sunday, 13 November 1977
8 Tears for All Who Loved Her Sunday, 20 November 1977
9 The Summer of '69: Part 1 Sunday, 04 December 1977
10 The Summer of '69: Part 2 Saturday, 10 December 1977
11 Case Without a File Saturday, 17 December 1977
12 I Could Kill My Wife's Lawyer Saturday, 24 December 1977
13 Justice for All Saturday, 07 January 1978
14 Mouse Saturday, 21 January 1978
15 Chain of Custody Saturday, 28 January 1978
16 The Captain's Brother's Wife Saturday, 04 February 1978
17 No License to Kill Saturday, 11 February 1978
18 The Halls of Terror Saturday, 18 February 1978
19 May the Horse Be with You Saturday, 25 February 1978
20 Photo Must Credit Joe Paxton Saturday, 04 March 1978
21 60 Miles to Hell Saturday, 11 March 1978
22 In Full Command Saturday, 18 March 1978
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Directors

Jeannot Szwarc, Charles S. Dubin, Sigmund Neufeld Jr., Russ Mayberry, Leo Penn, Nicholas Sgarro, David Friedkin, Daniel Haller, Jerry London, Telly Savalas, Ernest Pintoff, Edward M. Abroms, Richard Donner, Joel Oliansky, Charles R. Rondeau, Gene R. Kearney, William Hale, Jim Benson, Christian Nyby, Gary Nelson, Seymour Robbie, Alex March, Allen Reisner, Andy Sidaris, Robert Day, John Meredyth Lucas, Harvey S. Laidman, Burton Armus, Sutton Roley, Joseph Sargent, Noel Black, Jack Laird, Paul Stanley

Writers

Selwyn Raab, Gene R. Kearney, Jack Laird, Chester Krumholz, Burton Armus, Morton S. Fine, James M. Miller, William P. McGivern, Alvin Boretz, Robert Malcolm Young, Joe Gores, Matthew Rapf, Robert W. Lenski, Charles Sailor, Eric Kaldor, Joseph Gunn, Ross Teel, Stephen Downing, Jerrold Freedman, James Duff McAdams, Albert Ruben, Alvin Sapinsley, Mark Rodgers, Rift Fournier, Robert C. Dennis, Halsted Welles, Jack Epps Jr., Michael Grais, Mark Victor, Michael Kozoll, Mike Frankovich Jr., David Taylor, John Meredyth Lucas, Peter S. Fischer, Steven W. Carabatsos, Bob Bralver, James Bonnet, Robert Heverly, Leon Tokatyan, Donald P. Bellisario, Mark Weingart, Abby Mann, Michael I. Wagner, Oliver Crawford, Barry Trivers, Anthony Spinner, Richard DeLong Adams, Art Eisenson, Joel Oliansky, Don Rene Patterson, William A. Schwartz, Ray Brenner, Robert Foster, Arthur E. McLaird, Charlene Bralver, Harriet Margulies, George Bacos, Robert Hoskins, Andy House, Paul Stein, Marvin Kupfer, Dallas L. Barnes, Brian McKay, Robert E. Swanson, Charles Watts

Creators

Abby Mann

Cast

Telly Savalas Lt. Theo Kojak / Theo Kojak
Kevin Dobson Det. Bobby Crocker / Bobby Crocker
Dan Frazer Capt. Frank McNeil / Frank McNeill
George Savalas Det. Stavros / Curly Stavors
Mark Russell Det. Saperstein / Percy Saperstein
Vince Conti Det. Rizzo
Donald Chaffin Det. Tracy
Bart Greene Detective
Roger Robinson Gil Weaver
Mark Russell Percy Saperstein
George Savalas Sgt. Stavros / Curly Stavors
Len Felber Detective
Borah Silver Prince
Mark Russell Saperstein / Percy Saperstein
Mark Russell
George Savalas
Dan Frazer
Kevin Dobson Sgt. Bobby Crocker
Telly Savalas
Paul V. Picerni Jr. Detective

Producers

Matthew Rapf Executive Producer
Abby Mann Executive Producer
James Duff McAdams Executive Producer
James Duff McAdams Producer
Jack Laird Producer
Arthur E. McLaird Producer
Chester Krumholz Producer
Michael Scheff Producer
Gene R. Kearney Producer
Matthew Rapf Producer
Irv Wilson Producer

Editors

Sigmund Neufeld Jr., Larry Lester, Jim Benson, Donald Douglas, John Kaufman, Diane Adler, Leon Ortiz-Gil, Robert L. Kimble, Eric Albertson, Patrick McMahon, Anthony Redman, Jerrold L. Ludwig, Sidney Katz, Richard Marks, Ronald LaVine, Fred Baratta, Robert Q. Lovett, Tim Shoemaker, William Mandell, Howard B. Anderson, Louis San Andres, Bill Brame, Albert J.J. Zúñiga, Virginia Katz, Robert F. Shugrue, Chuck McClelland, Barbara Marks, Larry Strong, Gene Ranney

1978 Golden Globe Best Actor in a Television Series - Drama Nominated
1977 Golden Globe Best Actor in a Television Series - Drama Nominated
1977 Emmy Outstanding Cinematography in Entertainment Programming for a Series Nominated
1976 Golden Globe Best Television Series - Drama Won
1976 Golden Globe Best Actor in a Television Series - Drama Won
1976 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition for a Series Nominated
1976 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography for Entertainment Programming for a Series Nominated
1975 Golden Globe Best TV Show - Drama Nominated
1975 Golden Globe Best TV Actor - Drama Won
1975 Emmy Outstanding Drama Series Nominated
1975 Emmy Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Nominated
1975 Emmy Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Drama Series Won
1975 Emmy Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series Nominated
1975 Emmy Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series Nominated
1975 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography for Entertainment Programming for a Series Nominated
1974 Emmy Outstanding Drama Series Nominated
1974 Emmy Best Lead Actor in a Drama Series Won
1974 Emmy Best Writing in Drama Nominated
1974 Emmy Best Song or Theme Nominated
1974 Emmy Best Cinematography for Entertainment Programming - For a Series or a Single Program of a Series Nominated
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