Kojak (1973)/Two-Four-Six for Two Hundred
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|Two-Four-Six for Two Hundred|
|Season 2, Episode 23|
|Airdate||February 23, 1975|
|Written by||James M. Miller|
|Directed by||Russ Mayberry|
|Produced by||James McAdams|
|Kojak — Season Two|
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Two-Four-Six for Two Hundred is the twenty-third episode of the second season of Kojak, and the forty-fifth episode overall.
Starring: Telly Savalas (Lt. Theo Kojak)
Guest Stars: Robert Loggia (Cassidy York), Dick O'Neill (Augustine Pataki)
Also Starring: Dan Frazer (Capt. Frank McNeil), Kevin Dobson (Det. Bobby Crocker), Demosthenes (Det. Stavros), Rose Marie (Mrs. Tildon)
Co-Starring: George Loros (Corso), Joshua Shelley (Obitsky), William Beckley (Night Manager)
with Albert Cole (Berlin), Joyce Davis (Valerie), Roger Aaron Brown (Thompson), Joseph X. Flaherty (Regan), James Espinosa (Ramirez), Mark Russell (Saperstein)
Kojak's puzzled as to why a trio of petty criminals would steal a painting company's truck.