Car 54, Where Are You?

1961, TV Show

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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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Season 1, Episode 30
Toody makes a grand entrance at the policeman's ball.

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Paid | Amazon Instant Video Aired: 4/8/1962

Season 1, Episode 29
Unknowingly, Toody's 11-year-old nephew Marvin's casual remarks help Toody and Muldoon solve tough cases. But by the time they realize what's happening, they're not the only ones that want to have Marvin around.

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Paid | Amazon Instant Video Aired: 4/1/1962

Season 1, Episode 28
Officers have differing opinions of what to get Cpt. Block for his wedding anniversary.

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Paid | Amazon Instant Video Aired: 3/25/1962

Season 1, Episode 27
After attending a large wedding, Sylvia becomes upset that she and Leo had been married by a Justice of the Peace. She firmly insists on correcting that situation.

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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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Premiered: September 17, 1961, on NBC
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Premise: Flimsy but fondly recalled Keystone Kops-like sitcom about hapless officers at a Bronx precinct. Its cast included Fred `Herman Munster' Gwynne, and the show inspired a spectacularly unfunny 1994 movie.

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