Kojak: Season 5
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The Queen of Hearts is Wild - Paula Kelly, Charles Cioffi
A Strange Kind of Love - James Sutorius, Lee Bryant
Laid Off - Michael Durrell, Jenny O'Hara
Cry For the Kids - Carmine Carridi, Linda Carlson
Once More From Birdland - Andrea Marcovicci, Richard Venture
Caper on a Quiet Street - Armand Assante, Candy Azzara
Letters of Death - Cristina Raines, Bernard Behrens
Tears For All Who Love(d) Her - Jennifer Warren, Sam Jaffe
The Summer of '69, Parts I & II - Diane Baker, Stephen McHattie
Case Without a File - Angel Tompkins, Floyd Levine
I Could Kill My Wife's Lawyer - Joey Aresco, Misty Rowe
Justice For All - Charles Aidman, Peter Hobbs
Mouse - Michael Whitney, Ben Piazza
Chain of Custody - Allan Rich, Jack Hogan
The Captain's Brother's Wife - Shelley Winters, Herb Edelman
No License to Kill - Kenneth McMillan, Alex Courtney
The Halls of Terror - Zohra Lampert, Ken Kercheval
May the Horse be With You - Jeff Conaway, Roz Kelly
Photo Must Credit Joe Paxton - Tige Andrews, Antoinette Bower
60 Miles to Hell - Liberace, Priscilla Barnes
In Full Command - Danny Thomas, Susan Tyrrell
Most series after a few seasons get tired and the stories become stale.Not in this case.The last season is every bit as good as the first.
All the characters return for the finale.The stories are exciting and looking at this series again after some 30 years plus I didnt realise how gritty it was.
The "person" not returning would be composer Billy Goldenberg. His iconic theme used in the first 4 seasons is replaced by John Cacavas (who was a friend of Telly Savalas). Cacavas scored the first 4. Its a pity as it would have been nice for Goldenberg to do this one aswell.Cacavas theme is a good one though.
Shout Factory have done us proud again with the mastering which is superb.Picture is crisp and the sound good.
CBS cancelled the show after this season due to falling ratings.A pity,but then Kojak for the audience watching went out on a high.
Telly Savalas was perfect in the role of Lieutenant Theo Kojak of the New York City Police Department.
The fifth season of "Kojak" originally aired on CBS from October 2, 1977 until March 18, 1978.
Here are the exact running times of all 22 episodes from the Shout! Factory DVD release of Kojak: Season Five.
The Queen of Hearts is Wild - 49:19
A Strange Kind of Love - 49:28
Laid Off - 49:14
Cry for the Kids - 49:26
Once More from Birdland - 49:23
Caper on a Quiet Street - 49:27
Letters of Death - 49:25
Tears for All Who Love Her - 49:24
The Summer of '69 (Part 1) - 49:26
The Summer of '69 (Part 2) - 47:53
Case Without a File - 49:28
I Could Kill My Wife's Lawyer - 49:22
Justice for All - 49:27
Mouse - 49:26
Chain of Custody - 49:26
The Captain's Brother's Wife - 49:26
No License to Kill - 49:24
The Halls of Terror - 49:27
May the Horse Be With You - 49:23
Photo Must Credit Joe Paxton - 49:27
60 Miles to Hell - 49:27
In Full Command - 49:27
Notable guest stars from Kojak: Season Five were Andrea Marcovicci, Andrew Robinson, Armand Assante, Charles Cioffi, Conrad Janis, Danny Thomas, Earl Boen, George Wyner, Harrison Page, Herb Edelman, Jack Ging, Jack Hogan, Jeff Conaway, Jenny O'Hara, John Karlen, Ken Kercheval, Liberace, Lincoln Kilpatrick, Michael Lerner, Paul Picerni, Peggy McCay, Priscilla Barnes, Sally Kirkland, Sam Jaffe, Shelley Winters, Stephen McHattie, Susan Tyrrell, Tige Andrews, Tony Sirico and William Windom.Read more ›
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The BEST Season of Kojak! Never should have been cancelled after the 5th season!Published 3 months ago by Irishgirl500
I came in to do a small club scene as a dancer.in this episode. Very small but fun to look back on ! Loved Kojak ! I'm the tall gal in the red dress.Published 6 months ago by Kathy Kroll