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Naked City is a police drama series from Screen Gems which was broadcast from 1958 to 1959 and from 1960 to 1963 on the ABC television network. It was inspired by the 1948 motion picture The Naked City and mimics its dramatic "semi-documentary" format. read more
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Naked City is a police drama series from Screen Gems which was broadcast from 1958 to 1959 and from 1960 to 1963 on the ABC television network. It was inspired by the 1948 motion picture The Naked City and mimics its dramatic "semi-documentary" format. As in the film, each episode concluded with a narrator intoning the iconic line: "There are eight million stories in the naked city. This has been one of them."

Original Release

09/30/1958 on ABC

Cast

Lawrence Dobkin Narrator
Nancy Malone Libby Kingston
Horace McMahon Lt. Michael 'Mike' Parker
Paul Burke Adam Flint
Harry Bellaver Det. Frank Arcaro
Herbert B. Leonard Narrator
James Franciscus Det. James 'Jimmy' Halloran
Maria Gambarelli
John McIntire Lt. Daniel Muldoon
John McIntire
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Hold for Gloria Christmas Wednesday, 19 September 1962
2 Idylls of a Running Back Wednesday, 26 September 1962
3 Daughter Am I in My Father's House Wednesday, 03 October 1962
4 And by the Sweat of Thy Brow... Wednesday, 10 October 1962
5 Kill Me While I'm Young So I Can Die Happy! Wednesday, 17 October 1962
6 Five Cranks for Winter... Ten Cranks for Spring Wednesday, 24 October 1962
7 Go Fight City Hall Wednesday, 31 October 1962
8 Torment Him Much and Hold Him Long Wednesday, 07 November 1962
9 Make It Fifty Dollars and Add Love to Nona Wednesday, 14 November 1962
10 A Horse Has a Big Head - Let Him Worry! Wednesday, 21 November 1962
11 Dust Devil on a Quiet Street Wednesday, 28 November 1962
12 The Virtues of Madame Douvay Wednesday, 05 December 1962
13 King Stanislaus and the Knights of the Round Stable Wednesday, 12 December 1962
14 Spectre of the Rose Street Gang Wednesday, 19 December 1962
15 Don't Knock It Till You've Tried It Wednesday, 26 December 1962
16 Her Life in Moving Pictures Wednesday, 02 January 1963
17 Robin Hood and Clarence Darrow, They Went Out with Bow and Arrow Wednesday, 09 January 1963
18 The Apple Falls Not Far from the Tree Wednesday, 23 January 1963
19 Beyond This Place There Be Dragons Wednesday, 30 January 1963
20 Man Without a Skin Wednesday, 06 February 1963
21 Prime of Life Wednesday, 13 February 1963
22 Bringing Far Places Together Wednesday, 20 February 1963
23 The Highest of Prizes Wednesday, 27 February 1963
24 Alive and Still a Second Lieutenant Wednesday, 06 March 1963
25 Stop the Parade! A Baby Is Crying! Saturday, 20 April 1963
26 On the Battle Front: Every Minute Is Important Wednesday, 27 March 1963
27 Howard Running Bear Is a Turtle Wednesday, 03 April 1963
28 No Naked Ladies in Front of Giovanni's House! Wednesday, 17 April 1963
29 Carrier Wednesday, 24 April 1963
30 Color Schemes Like Never Before Wednesday, 01 May 1963
31 The S.S. American Dream Wednesday, 08 May 1963
32 One, Two, Three, Rita Rakahowski Wednesday, 15 May 1963
33 Golden Lads and Girls Wednesday, 22 May 1963
34 Barefoot on a Bed of Coals Wednesday, 29 May 1963
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Directors

Stuart Rosenberg, John Brahm, William A. Graham, David Lowell Rich, Elliot Silverstein, Robert Gist, James Sheldon, George Sherman, Arthur Hiller, William Beaudine, Alex March, Paul Nickell, William Conrad, Paul Wendkos, Douglas Heyes, Ralph Senensky, Robert Ellis Miller, Walter Grauman, Buzz Kulik, Tay Garnett, Lamont Johnson, Paul Stanley, Denis Sanders, Irvin Kershner, Jules Munshin, John Newland, Harry Harris, Laslo Benedek, Jules Bricken, Jerry Hopper, Jack Smight, Boris Sagal, Roger Kay, Lawrence Doheny, Allen H. Miner, John Peyser, Norman Tokar

Writers

Stirling Silliphant, Howard Rodman, Abram S. Ginnes, Gilbert Ralston, Shimon Wincelberg, Ernest Kinoy, Arnold Manoff, Sam Ross, Barry Trivers, Sy Salkowitz, Alvin Sargent, Ken Trevey, Jay Dratler, Lester Pine, Arnold Perl, Jo Pagano, Betty Andrews, Mark Hellinger, Ellis Kadison, Ed Lacy, Frank Pierson, Louis Salaman, Paula Fox, Alden Schwimmer, Howard N. Ehrenman, Arnold Ellis, Anita Wincelberg, Daniel Hollywood, Meyer Berger, Robert Sylvester, Gene Roddenberry, John McKenzie, Alfred Bester, Edmund G. Love, Robert Esson, Cal Berkeley, Lewis Reed, Ernest Pendrell, Charles R. Jackson, Jerry Devine, Jerome Gruskin, Peggy O'Shea, David Zelag Goodman, Jerry Thomas, Leonard Bishop, Eustace Cockrell, Orin Borsten, Anthony Wilson, Anthony Lawrence, Jerome Ross, Lou Shaw, Samuel Marx, Sloan Nibley, Charles Beaumont, Douglas Morrow, Anthony Spinner, David T. Chantler, Sydney Boehm, Jesse Lasky Jr., Leonard Praskins, Norman Lessing, W.R. Burnett, Lewis Meltzer, Ben Maddow, Nate Esformes, Roland Wolpert, Mel Goldberg

Cast

Lawrence Dobkin Narrator
Nancy Malone Libby Kingston
Horace McMahon Lt. Michael 'Mike' Parker
Paul Burke Adam Flint
Harry Bellaver Det. Frank Arcaro
Herbert B. Leonard Narrator
James Franciscus Det. James 'Jimmy' Halloran
Maria Gambarelli
John McIntire Lt. Daniel Muldoon
John McIntire
Robert Dryden Police Surgeon
Jimmy Little Sgt. Max Higgins
Doyle Brooks Cop
Suzanne Storrs Janet Halloran
Jimmy Little Desk Sergeant
Alison Marshall Debbie Halloran
John McIntire Lt. Dan Muldoon
Richard Kronold Detective Dutton
William Cottrell Freddie
Richard Kronold Det. Dutton

Producers

Editors

Charles L. Freeman, Hugh Chaloupka, Aaron Nibley, Jack Gleason, Milton Shifman, Harry Coswick, Marin Riley

1963 Emmy Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Drama Nominated
1963 Emmy Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role Nominated
1963 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Series (Lead) Nominated
1963 Emmy Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role by an Actress Nominated
1963 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography for Television Won
1963 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Television Nominated
1962 Emmy Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Drama Nominated
1962 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Series (Lead) Nominated
1962 Emmy Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role by an Actor Nominated
1962 Emmy Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama Nominated
1962 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography for Television Won
1962 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Television Won
1961 Emmy Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Drama Nominated
1961 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Television Won
1959 Emmy Best Dramatic Series - Less Than One Hour Nominated
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