This four-disc collection of "Kojak" features leads off with the lollipop-loving lieutenant's (Telly Savalas) introduction in the gripping made-for-TV movie "The Marcus-Nelson Murders" (1973), in which Kojak suspects his colleagues of rigging a murder case. Lorraine Gary, Marjoe Gortner, and José Ferrer co-star. In "The Belarus File" (1985), Kojak uncovers a conspiracy involving both the Nazis and Soviets; in "The Price of Justice" (1987), Kojak gets close to a female murder suspect; "Ariana" (1989) finds Theo coping with a new partner and the lure of a Greek girl; Kojak looks for the "Fatal Flaw" (1989) in the case of a murder victim with mob ties; in "None So Blind" (1990), Kojak protects a woman who saw a murder; "It's Always Something" (1990), as Theo learns when he is suspected of killing a prostitute; and "Flowers for Matty" (1990) finds Kojak solving a homicide involving an author. 13 1/3 hrs. total. Standard/Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English; interviews.