Top positive review
2 people found this helpful
Kojak: Season Two
on October 1, 2015
"Kojak" was such an electrifying, sensational and unique detective television series.
Telly Savalas was perfect in the role of Lieutenant Theo Kojak of the New York City Police Department.
The second season of "Kojak" originally aired on CBS from September 15, 1974 until March 9, 1975.
Here are the exact running times for all of the episodes from the Shout! Factory DVD release of Kojak: Season Two.
The Chinatown Murders - 1:40:03
Hush Now, Don't You Die - 50:16
A Very Deadly Game - 50:17
Wall Street Gunslinger - 50:15
Slay Ride - 50:17
Nursemaid - 50:18
You Can't Tell a Hurt Man How to Holler - 50:16
The Best Judge Money Can Buy - 50:18
A Souvenir from Atlantic City - 50:14
A Killing in the Second House - 50:16
The Best War in Town - 50:16
Cross Your Heart and Hope to Die - 50:17
The Betrayal - 50:17
Loser Takes All - 50:17
Close Cover Before Killing - 50:17
Acts of Desperate Men - 50:21
Queen of the Gypsies - 50:18
Night of the Piraeus - 50:16
Elegy in an Asphalt Graveyard - 50:13
The Goodluck Bomber - 50:15
Unwanted Partners - 50:19
Two-Four-Six for Two Hundred - 50:17
The Trade-Off - 50:16
I Want to Report a Dream - 50:19
Notable guest stars from Kojak: Season Two were Abe Vigoda, Alan Feinstein, Alex Rocco, Andrea Marcovicci, Andrew Robinson, Antonio Fargas, Ben Masters,
Brad Dexter, Daniel J. Travanti, Diane Sherry Case, Dick O'Neill, Erik Estrada, George Wyner, Gina Smika Hunter, Gordon Jump, Grayson Hall, Harrison Page,
Jack Ging, Ja'net DuBois, John Aniston, John Glover, John Randolph, Kathleen Quinlan, Kay Medford, Leslie Nielsen, Margaret Avery, Mark Shera, Martin Balsam,
Michael Constantine, Michael Goodwin, Mike Kellin, Norman Lloyd, Paul Anka, Paul Benedict, Paul Picerni, Richard Bradford, Richard Romanus, Robert Ito,
Robert Loggia, Roger Aaron Brown, Roger E. Mosley, Rose Marie, Ruth Gordon, Sheree North, Stephen McHattie, Thayer David, Tige Andrews, Todd Susman,
Tony Burton, Val Bisoglio, Vincent Baggetta and Zitto Kazann.
The picture quality is tremendous and the audio quality is super too.
The packaging that Shout! Factory used for Kojak: Season Two was perfect.
There is a cardboard slipcase cover that holds three different slim plastic DVD cases inside.
All three of the slim plastic DVD cases hold two discs each.