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We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our servers. We hope to have this resolved soon. This issue doesn't affect premium users.Get PremiumWatch on MixDrop/MyStreamEpisode 01: Siege of TerrorEpisode 02: Web of DeathEpisode 03: One for the MorgueEpisode 04: KnockoverEpisode 05: Girl in the RiverEpisode 06: Requiem for a CopEpisode 07: The CorrupterEpisode 08: Dark SundayEpisode 09: Conspiracy of FearEpisode 10: Cop in a CageEpisode 11: Marker to a Dead BookieEpisode 12: Last Rites for a Dead PriestEpisode 13: Death Is Not a Passing GradeEpisode 14: Die Before They WakeEpisode 15: Deliver Us Some EvilEpisode 16: Eighteen Hours of FearEpisode 17: Before the Devil KnowsEpisode 18: Dead on His FeetEpisode 19: Down a Long and Lonely RiverEpisode 20: MojoEpisode 21: Therapy in DynamiteEpisode 22: The Only Way Out
Kojak - Season 1, Episode 01: Siege of TerrorA robbery of armored car guards morphs into a deadly hostage standoff, with bulldog Lt. Theo Kojak as the negotiator. Half the Talaba Brothers gang escapes with the cash, but when the other half is cornered, they invade a surplus store, crammed with guns and ammo. The robbers also have bargaining chips: the 5 people in the building, plus a badly wounded patrolman, who dove in the store to warn of the incoming robbers. While young Detective Bobby Crocker pursues the thieves who got away, his boss at Manhattan South, the dapper, bald Kojak smooth-talks Jerry Talaba to get the hostages out. Hothead Talaba demands a crewed, fueled 707 at JFK, or he'll start killing the hostages, then toss them out before the TV cameras and hundreds of spectators - one by one.
Actors of "Kojak - Season 1"Dan FrazerBirthdate: November 20, 1921 in Hell's Kitchen [now Clinton], Manhattan, New York City, New York, USAMore actors
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