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    https://www.usatoday.com/story/opini...mn/6067526002/

    The above is an article about Charles S. Dubin, who directed 24 episodes of H50 and 14 of Kojak.

    Kojak (TV Series) (14 episodes)
    - May the Horse Be with You (1978)
    - The Captain's Brother's Wife (1978)
    - Kojak's Days: Part 2 (1977)
    - Kojak's Days: Part 1 (1977)
    - Black Thorn (1976)
    - The Pride and the Princess (1976)
    - Justice Deferred (1976)
    - The Nicest Guys on the Block (1975)
    - Out of the Frying Pan... (1975)
    - Hush Now, Don't You Die (1974)
    - Before the Devil Knows (1974)
    - Deliver Us Some Evil (1974)
    - Cop in a Cage (1974)
    - Knockover (1973)

    1968-1977 Hawaii Five-O (TV Series) (24 episodes)
    - The Descent of the Torches (1977)
    - Love Thy Neighbor, Take His Wife (1976)
    - Loose Ends Get Hit (1976)
    - The Case Against McGarrett (1975)
    - Target? The Lady (1975)
    - Presenting... in the Center Ring... Murder (1974)
    - Welcome to Our Branch Office (1974)
    - I'll Kill 'Em Again (1974)
    - A Hawaiian Nightmare (1974)
    - 30,000 Rooms and I Have the Key (1974) ... (as Charles Dubin)
    - One Born Every Minute (1974) ... (as Charles Dubin)
    - Try to Die on Time (1973) ... (as Charles Dubin)
    - Anybody Can Build a Bomb (1973) ... (as Charles Dubin)
    - The Finishing Touch (1973) ... (as Charles Dubin)
    - Draw Me a Killer (1973) ... (as Charles Dubin)
    - The Diamond That Nobody Stole (1973) ... (as Charles Dubin)
    - 'V' for Vashon: The Patriarch (1972) ... (as Charles Dubin)
    - 'V' for Vashon: The Father (1972) ... (as Charles Dubin)
    - 'V' for Vashon: The Son (1972) ... (as Charles Dubin)
    - Death Is a Company Policy (1972) ... (as Charles Dubin)
    - Two Doves and Mr. Heron (1971) ... (as Charles Dubin)
    - Highest Castle, Deepest Grave (1971) ... (as Charles Dubin)
    - And a Time to Die... (1970) ... (as Charles Dubin)
    - The Ways of Love (1968) ... (as Charles Dubin)

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    Dubin didnít direct Descent of the Torches, Douglas Green did. That IMDB error has been there for years. Someone needs to fix it. Dubin didnít direct anymore Five-Oís after season 8.

    I wonder why he directed KOJAK if he found it so violent and obscene. Wonder what he thought of FIVE-O. He directed so many of both shows. Guess he just did it for the money. So much for his moral objections.

    As for MASH I never got into it and still canít. Donít care about it whatsoever.

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