Kojak

Season 3 Episode 22

Justice Deferred

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Feb 15, 1976 on CBS
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The discovery of a skeleton at a demolition site reopens an 18-year-old murder case.

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  • Kojak: Justice Deferred

    7.5
    Lieuteneant Theo Kojak and dectectives,Gomez, Stavros, and Sappenstein investigive the May 1957 murder of a man. The man's skeleton is found in a demolished building and Kojak throw the full resources of his precinict into finding the murderers. There are indications that the murdered man was an embezzler and that also a plane crash was not accidental. The embezzlement occured at the Empire Mutual Fund. The murdered man was a dead ringer for television repairman. The death of over 80 people on an airliner also is part of the background of the story.moreless
Kevin Dobson

Kevin Dobson

Detective Robert "Bobby" Crocker

Telly Savalas

Telly Savalas

Lieutenant Theo Kojak [Seasons 1-5]

Dan Frazer

Dan Frazer

Captain Frank McNeil [Seasons 1-5]

George Savalas

George Savalas

Detective Stavros [Seasons 1-5] Also billed as Demosthenes

Harry Davis (I)

Harry Davis (I)

Desk Clerk

Guest Star

Doris Dowling

Doris Dowling

Rosemary

Guest Star

Dick Peabody

Dick Peabody

Burgess

Guest Star

Mark Russell

Mark Russell

Detective Saperstein [Seasons 3-5]

Recurring Role

Vince Conti

Vince Conti

Detective Rizzo [Seasons 3-5]

Recurring Role

Victor Campos

Victor Campos

Detective Gomez

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Capt. McNeil (entering the squad room to see everyone eating a catered box lunch): Since when did we start a catering service for homicide suspects?
      Det. Saperstein: Captain, who do you think is picking up the tab for all of this? (pointing to the prisoner in the cage)
      Capt. McNeil: Huh, so he killed his wife. Well, nobody's perfect, right?

    • Lt. Kojak: If these leads in the eastern ski resorts don't provide evidence, then like Lewis & Clark, work your way out west.
      Det. Stavros: But Lewis & Clark had an Indian scout.
      Lt. Kojak: So did Colonel Custer.

    • Det. Stavros: Lieutenant, don't you want to hear what ballistics has to say?
      Lt. Kojak: Hmmmmmmm, it was a 22, possibly a target pistol, but its slants and grooves fail to match up with anything we have on file.
      Det. Stavros: (in disbelief) How does he do that, Captain?
      Capt. McNeil: Don't ask me, I just come here for the coffee.

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