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Kojak: Season One
on May 5, 2017
"Kojak" was such an electrifying, marvelous and unique detective television series.
Telly Savalas was perfect in the role of Lieutenant Theo Kojak of the New York City Police Department.
The first season of "Kojak" originally aired on CBS from October 24, 1973 until May 8, 1974.
Here are the exact running times for all 22 episodes from the Universal 6-disc DVD re-release of Kojak: Season One.
Siege of Terror - 50:37
Web of Death - 50:39
One for the Morgue - 50:45
Knockover - 50:46
Girl in the River - 50:47
Requiem for a Cop - 50:51
The Corrupter - 50:47
Dark Sunday - 50:39
Conspiracy of Fear - 50:45
Cop in a Cage - 50:48
Marker To a Dead Bookie - 50:52
Last Rites for a Dead Priest - 50:48
Death is Not a Passing Grade - 50:52
Die Before They Wake - 50:53
Deliver Us Some Evil - 50:45
Eighteen Hours of Fear - 50:47
Before the Devil Knows - 50:46
Dead on His Feet - 50:52
Down a Long and Lonely River - 50:43
Mojo - 50:51
Therapy in Dynamite - 50:54
The Only Way Out - 50:49
Notable guest stars from Kojak: Season One were Albert Popwell, Alex Rocco, Ann Jillian, Austin Stoker, Charles Dierkop, Dabney Coleman,
David White, Ed Lauter, Elizabeth Allen, Harris Yulin, Harvey Keitel, Hector Elizondo, Henry Darrow, Isabel Sanford, Jackie Cooper, Jack Colvin,
James Luisi, James Woods, Jed Allan, Joan Pringle, John Aniston, John Hillerman, John Karlen, John Ritter, John Sylvester White, Ken Kercheval,
Lola Albright, Lorraine Gary, Nicholas Colasanto, Pamela Hensley, Paul Michael Glaser, Ruth McDevitt, Sally Kirkland, Scatman Crothers,
Tina Louise and Yvonne Craig.
The picture quality is splendid and the audio quality is stellar too.
The packaging that Universal used for the Kojak: Season One 6-disc re-release is perfect.
Season One is stored in a plastic DVD case that holds all 6 discs.
None of the discs share the same disc holding tray and none of the discs overlap each other either.
It's so great that Kojak: Season One has finally been released on single-sided discs.
I've never liked double-sided flipper discs.