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Starring Telly Savalas
Revival TV Movies (1985-89)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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references:
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    7 x two hour TV Movies
starring:
Telly Savalas as Inspector Theo Kojak
recurring regulars:
Andre Braugher as Det. Winston Blake
Kario Salem as Det. Paco Montana
Candace Savalas as Pamela
Charles Cioffi as Chief George 'Fritz' Morris


6.01 [117] Kojak: THE BELARUS FILE (2hr slot/95min slot)
1985
Executive Producer James McAdams
Produced by Albert Ruben
Teleplay by Albert Ruben
based on the novel by John Loftus
Directed by Robert Markowitz
music Joseph Coulon
Starring
Telly Savalas .... Lieutenant Theo Kojak
Dan Frazer .... Captain Frank McNeil
George Savalas .... Detective Stavros
Mark Russell .... Detective Saperstein
Vince Conti .... Detective Rizzo
James Handy .... Federal Agent #1
Dan Lauria .... Federal Agent #2

Guest Stars
Suzanne Pleshette .... Dina Sutton
Herbert Berghof .... Buchardt
Rita Karin .... Mrs. Fitzev
Max von Sydow .... Peter Barak

rest of cast (a-z)
Betsy Aidem .... Alicia
Charles Brown
Harry Davis (I) .... The Rabbi
Clarence Felder .... Kelly
Brian Keeler .... Film Editor
Noberto Kerner .... Nicolae Kastenov
Adam Klugman .... Lane
Sal La Pera .... Vladimir Fitzev
David Leary .... Chris Kennert
Michael Longfield .... Sergeant
Lidia Prochnicka .... Mourner
Alan Rosenberg
José Santana .... Ristivo
Herman Schwedt .... Vadim Sevatsky
Martin Shakar .... Assistant D.A
Margaret Thomson .... Secretary
Otto von Wernherr .... Bodyguard

Synopsis:
Kojak investigates the mysterious murders of several elderly
Russian emigres to America. It turns out they were all inmates
at a Nazi concentration camp. Looks like Theo's got some digging
to do, and it's all a government cover-up, of course.

Original music by Joseph Conlan and Barry De Vorzon
Director of Photography Alan Metzger
Film Editing by Katherine Wenning
Casting Shirley Rich
Art Direction Richard Bianchi
Set Decoration Alan Hicks
Costume Design by John Boxer
Makeup Department
Gabriel Borgo .... hair stylist (as Gabe Borgo)
Irv Buckman .... makeup artist
Production Management
Michael Rauch .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Herb Gains .... first assistant director
Nathalie Vadim .... second assistant director
Sound Department
Nathan Boxer .... sound
Dan Lieberstein .... supervising sound editor
Other crew
Judith Blume .... editorial co-ordinator
John Loftus .... technical advisor
Abby Mann .... character creator
Jackie McEvoy .... production co-ordinator
James E. Morris .... music editor
Selwyn Raab .... development
Guy Tanno .... costume supervisor
Joy Todd .... extras casting
Rose Trimarco .... costume supervisor



6.02 [118] Kojak: THE PRICE OF JUSTICE (2hr slot/95 min run)
21Feb87
Executive Producer James Duff McAdams
Produced by Albert Ruben
Supervising Producer Stuart Cohen
Co-Producer Daniel Lieberstein
Co-Producer Peter A. Runfolo
Associate Producer Diane Foti
Teleplay by Albert Ruben
from the novel "The Investigation" by Dorothy Uhnak
Directed by Alan Metzer
Starring:
Telly Savalas .... Inspector Theo Kojak
Guest Stars:
Kate Nelligan .... Kitty
Pat Hingle .... George
Jack Thompson .... Aubrey Dubose
Brian Murray .... District Attorney Neary
John Bedford Lloyd .... Bass
Jeffrey DeMunn .... Marsucci
Tony DiBenedetto .... Detective Catalano
Ron Frazier .... J.T. Williams
Stephen Joyce .... Chief Brisco
Earl Hindman .... Danny
James Rebhorn .... Quibro
Martin Shakar .... Arnold Nadler
Joseph Carberry .... Lorenzo
Fausto Bara .... Benjamin
Novella Nelson .... Pearl
Lee Wallace .... Chief of Operations
Kenneth Ryan .... Johnson
Norman Matlock .... Judge
Miriam Cruz .... Mrs. Quintana
Candace Savalas .... Police Officer Witt
Margaret Thompson .... 2nd Tenant
Stanley Tucci .... 1st Tenant
Angela Pietropinto .... Receptionist
Al Carmines .... Priest
M. Eric Donlan .... Youth
Nick Savalas .... Court Officer
Naya G. Tolischus .... Mrs. Quintana's Sister
Nicholas Georgiade .... Detective

Other Credits:
Original music by Patrick Williams
Director Of Photography Victor J. Kemper
Film Editing by Robert Q. Lovett
Casting by Lois Planco
Production Design by Jeffrey Beecroft
Costume Design by Gary Jones
Makeup by Fern Buchner and Barbara Kelly
Hair Stylist Anthony Cortino and Alan D'Angerio

Production Management
Judith Stevens .... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Alan Hopkins (I) .... first assistant director
Ellen H. Schwartz .... second assistant director
David A. Starke .... second assistant director
Robert E. Warren (I) .... first assistant director

Other crew
Renee Bodner .... script supervisor
Wendy Chesebrough .... assistant to executive producer
Diana Chingos .... production office co-ordinator
Yvonne David .... wardrobe supervisor
Louis Fata .... wardrobe supervisor
Sylvia Fay .... extras casting
John M. Hickey .... technical advisor
Abby Mann .... character creator
Kim Nielsen .... executive assistant
Beriau Picard .... assistant film editor
Jon Ringbom .... scenic artist


 6.03 [119] Kojak: ARIANA (2 hr tvm)
2Nov89 <no. 65802>
Universal TV
Executive Producer James Duff McAdams
Supervising Executive Producer William Link
Supervising Producer Stuart Cohen
Produced by Maurice Hurley and Marc Laub
Co-Producer Judith Stevens
Associate Producer JoAnn M. Laub
Teleplay by Maurice Hurley
Based on the book by Selwyn Raab
Directed by Paul Krasny.
Starring:
Telly Savalas .... Inspector Theo Kojak
Also Starring:
Andre Braugher .... Detective Winston Blake (regular)
Guest Stars:
Shari Headley .... Trish Van Hogan
Joe Grifasi .... Lieutenant Rastelli
Kario Salem .... Detective Paco Montana
Jean De Baer
David Margulies
Liliana Komorowska
Caroline Wilde
Hector Elizondo .... Edson Saunders
Mike Starr .... Hamilton
James Rebhorn .... Slusher
Joe Maruzzo .... Carmine
Bill Cwikowski .... Kelly
Candace Savalas .... Pamela
Luke Reilly .... Grassini
Al Rodriguez .... Figueroa
Kelly Curtis .... Whitley
Mary Kane .... Girl on Scooter
Spiro Malas .... Sotos
John Speredakos .... Granitz
Linda Gillen .... Terry
Bryan Michael McGuire .... Lee
Helen Hanft .... Woman
Tom Brennan .... Older Man
Billy 'Sly' Williams .... Checkitout
Stephen Payne .... Doper
Ted Neustadt .... Burt
Gus Savalas .... Pitman
Kenneth Solarino .... Man in Room
Steven Randazzo .... Goon
Effie Cochran .... Mrs. Sokos
Vanessa Juvelis .... Woman #2
Peter Jovanis .... Kostas
A.L. Sheppard .... Ollcony
Tony Novell .... Boy
Synopsis:
One of Kojak's old enemies uses Ariana a young Greek
as bait to trap Kojak. Meanwhile Kojak finds himself
a brash young associate

Original music by Cameron Allan
Cinematography by Geoffrey Erb (II)
Film Editing by Norman Gay and Robert Q. Lovett
Production Design by Richard Bianchi
Art Direction Rick Butler (I)
Set Decoration Justin Scoppa Jr. (as Martin Scoppa)
Costume Design by Judy L. Ruskin
Makeup Department:
Joseph Coscia .... hair stylist
Joe Cuervo .... makeup artist
Production Management:
Myron Adams .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Johanna Jensen .... second assistant director
Amy Sayres .... first assistant director
Sound Department:
Lisa J. Levine .... adr editor
Stephaney Lloyd .... adr co-ordinator
Steve Scanlon .... sound mixer
Special Effects
Edward Drohan .... special effects
Stunts
Jery Hewitt .... stunt co-ordinator
Other crew
Bob Brennan .... key grip
Tom Bruno .... music co-ordinator
Bill Curry Jr. .... transportation captain
Pam Di Fede .... assistant editor
Gene Engels .... gaffer
Sylvia Fay .... extras casting
Alec Hirschfeld .... additional photographer
Donnamarie Hock .... assistant editor
Ira Hurvitz .... script supervisor
Maryann Kohler .... casting: LA
Deborah Lee .... location manager
William Link .... supervising executive producer
Abby Mann .... creator
Kevin Francis 'Boomer' McCarthy .... set dresser
Jody Milano .... production office co-ordinator
Annie Miller .... property master
Karl Nilsson .... assistant to executive producer
Diane Orr .... script co-ordinator
A.L. Sheppard .... technical advisor
Linda Skipper .... scenic artist

6.04 [120] Kojak: FATAL FLAW (2hr slot/91 min run)
30Nov89
no 65801
Universal City Studios Inc.
Executive Producer Jasmes McAdams
Supervising Executive Producer William Link
Supervising Producer Stuart Cohen
Co-Producer Judith Stevens
Produced by Marc Laub
Written and Produced by Albert Ruben
Directed by Richard Compton
Edited by Peter C. Frank
Director of Photography Geoffrey Erb
Starring:
Telly Savalas .......... Inspector Theo Kojak
Also Starring:
Andre Braugher ......... Detective Winston Blake (regular)
Guest Starring:
Angie Dickinson ........ Carolyn Payton
Steven Weber ........... Conrad St. John
George Morgfogen .......
Charles Cioffi ......... Chief George 'Fritz' Morris (regular)
Richard Jenkins ........ Joel Litkin
Paul Guilfoyle .........
Kario Salem ............ Detective Paco Montana (regular)
David Ciminello ........ Angelo Penzotti
Co-Starring:
Sally Jessy Raphael .... Herself (talk show host)
Don King ............... Himself (boxing promoter)
Daniel Ziskie .......... Allardice
Mary Testa ............. Carmen Guzman
Tom Klunis ............. Franklin
John P. Connolly ....... Commander
Mike Starr ............. Hamilton
James Rebhorn .......... Slusher
Candace Savalas ........ Pamela
Marco St. John ......... Payton
Michael Sergio ......... Thompson
et al.
Synopsis:
Kojak is re-united with the woman (Angie Dickinson), he
loved and lost many years ago while investigating
the murder of a man who penned an exposé of the mob.

 6.05 [121] Kojak: FLOWERS FOR MATTY (2hr tvm)
4Jan90 <no. 65803>
Executive Producer James McAdams
Supervising Executive Producer William Link
Supervising Producer Stuart Cohen
Producer Albert Ruben
Co-Producer Judith Stevens
Produced by Marc Laub
Written by Peyton Webb
Directed by Paul Krasny
Production Design by Richard Bianchi
Director of Photography Geoffrey Erb
Music by Cameron Allan
Starring:
Telly Savalas ........ Inspector Theo Kojak
Also Starring:
Andre Braugher ....... Detective Winston Blake (regular)
Guest Stars:
Glynnis O'Connor
Charles Cioffi ....... Chief George 'Fritz' Morris (regular)
Tom Lynch
Richard Lynch
Kario Salem .......... Detective Paco Montana (regular)
Eddie Jones
Ed Lauter
Mike Starr
Barbara Barrie ....... Dora
Donald Moffat ........ Garrett
End Credits:
Co-Starring:
Larry Joshua ......... Deek
Thomas G. Waites ..... Tink
Quentin Crisp ........ Mr Isabella
Kitty Carlise Hart ... Porter
Elizabeth Sung ....... Lan
Randy Danson ......... Paige
Madison Arnold ....... Di Angelo
Bruce Hubbard ........ Rodgers
Candace Savalas ...... Pamela (regular)
Burt Marshall ........ Terrence
With:
Kitty Crooks ......... Walsh
Ray Gill ............. Lieutenant
Bill Fretwell ........ Nilson
Robert Hock .......... Minister
Steve Park ........... Billy
Gus Savalas .......... Pitman
Ed Steele ............ Manager
A.L. Sheppard ........ Olleony
Kojak mixes in high society to find out how
a fiend of his was framed for murder. He turns
on the charm to gain the attention of a millionaire's daughter.

6.06 [122] Kojak: IT'S ALWAYS SOMETHING (2hr tvm)
31Jan90
prod. no. 65805
Executive Producer James McAdams
Supervising Executive Producer William Link
Supervising Producer Stuart Cohen
Co-Producer Judith Stevens
Produced by Marc Laub
Written by Jack Laird
Directed by Richard Compton
production designer Richard Bianchi
director of photography Geoffrey Erb
edited by Michael R. Miller, Peter C. Frank
music by Cameron Allan
Starring:
Telly Savalas ........ Inspector Theo Kojak
Also Starring:
Andre Braugher ....... Detective Winston Blake (regular)
Guest Starring:
Darren McGavin
Barbara Garrick
Jaime Sanchez
Alan North
Matthew Cowles
Joseph Cowles
Charles Cioffi
Special Guest Star:
Kevin Dobson as a Lawyer (NOT as Crocker)
Co-Starring:
Louis A. Perez ....... Munoz
Jaime Tirelli ........ Castillo
Robert Dorfman ....... Fiorelli
Cordelia Conzalez .... Detective Constanza
Earl Hindman ......... Donlevy
Georgina Corbo ....... Inez
Adam LeFevre ......... Dr. Hochberg
Robert Berke ......... Jungmeier
Candace Savalas ...... Pamela
Kendal McLean ........ Orr
Kyme ................. Vera Stephenson

 6.07 [123] Kojak: NONE SO BLIND (2hr slot/91 min run)
(final Kojak tv movie)
16Mar90 <no. 65807>
Universal TV
Kojak series Created by Abby Mann
Supervising Executive Producer William Link
Produced by Marc Laub
Supervising Producer Stuart Cohen
Teleplay by Jack Laird and Scott Shepherd
Story by Scott Shepherd
Directed by Alan Metzger
Starring:
Telly Savalas .... Inspector Theo Kojak
Also Starring:
André Braugher .... Detective Winston Blake (regular)
Guest Stars:
Rip Torn .... Gideon Hogarth
Margaret Whitton .... Michele Hogarth
Jerry Orbach .... Tony Salducci
Terry Kinney
Marcia Gay Harden .... Angelina
James Remar .... Wolfgang Reiger
Amanda Plummer .... Phyllis
Shari Headley .... Trish
Ashley Crow
Charles Cioffi .... Chief George Morris (regular)
Cordelia González .... Costanza
Liane Alexandra Curtis .... Lorraine
Rudolph Willrich .... Whitehead
Gerry Bamman .... Warburton
Kevin Eshelman .... Tatum
Candace Savalas .... Pamela
Tom Mardirosian .... Weiss
Richard Clarke .... Mercer
Other Credits:
Original music by John Cacavas
Director Of Photography Geoffrey Erb
Film Editing by Norman Gay and Robert Q. Lovett
Production Design by Richard Bianchi
Costume Design by John Boxer
Unit Production Manager Myron Adams
Synopsis:
After a flighty young woman accidentally witnesses a Mob hit
in an Italian restaurant, New York Police Inspector Theo Kojak
must both protect her from an unscrupulous Dutch hitman, and
bring Mob kingpin Tony Salducci to justice.

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