Dan Frazer

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VIDEO: The Move

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The Move
Paid | iTunes
Length: 54:18
Aired: 1/15/1981

Ben returns home from military service with plans to study engineering. Erin's vacation is disrupted when she gives Cindy her gas stamps and when J.D. Pickett claims he can't handle the business without her. John tells the family he must take Olivia to Arizona for her health. watch

VIDEO: Mad Dog

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Mad Dog
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Length: 47:39
Aired: 4/4/1997

Mad Dog: McCoy testifies at the parole hearing of a convicted serial rapist and is enraged when the convict is released. A 17-year-old girl is found dead, and McCoy is brought dangerously close to abusing his authority. watch

VIDEO: Law and Order: Special Victims Unit: Venom

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Law and Order: Special Victims Unit: Venom
Paid | VUDU
Length: 41:57
Aired: 4/4/1997

Detective "Fin" Tutuola is torn between his family and "the system" when his son Ken Randall is roughed up and arrested for digging in a vacant lot late at night. watch

Videos

Kojak: The Belarus File
Kojak: Season 1
The Super Cops
Monsters: Taps

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Credits

Year Title Description
2001 Happy Accidents Movie, Actor - Voice of Tom Deed
1974 The Super Cops Movie, Actor - Capt. Krasna
1973 Kojak TV Show Series, Actor - Capt. Frank McNeil
1973 Cleopatra Jones Movie, Actor - Detective Crawford
1972 The Stoolie Movie, Actor - Alex Brogan

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Dan Frazer, Kojak's Capt. McNeil, Dies at 90

Actor Dan Frazer, who was best known for his role as Capt. Frank McNeil on the '70s crime drama Kojak, has died, according to The Associated Press. He was 90.

Frazer died on Friday of cardiac arrest in his Manhattan home, according to his daughter, Susanna Frazer, who described her father as a "very truthful, naturalistic actor".

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