When Miss Milano is singing, she is shown holding a microphone with both hands. In a series of shots thereafter, she is seen from the side extending a hand for Lieutenant Kojak to kiss, back to holding the microphone with both hands, back to having her hand extended, and finally back to holding the microphone with both hands. See more »
A touching reunion that normally would have been what happens when jazz club
singer Andrea Marcovicci meets her father William Windom is postponed because
Windom has a mission.
Windom was released from prison for humanitarian reasons, he has a bad heart and is given not too much longer on the earth. But before that he's on the hunt
for whoever sent him up for killing a drug dealer which he swears he didn't do.
One outstanding performance is from Julius Harris who is a drug gangster kingpin who Windom thinks is the responsible party. He's one mean dude and
he has a confrontation scene with Telly Savalas that is for the books.
Some nice jazz numbers too and an appearance from Teddy Wilson the great
jazz pianist. What more could you ask?
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