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Sgt. Frank Arcaro (Character)
from "Naked City" (1958)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
Det. Frank Acaro / Det. Frank Arcaro

Filmography

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  1. "Naked City"
    ... aka "The Naked City" - USA (first season title)
        - Barefoot on a Bed of Coals (1963) TV episode, Played by Harry Bellaver (as Det. Frank Arcaro)
        - Golden Lads and Girls (1963) TV episode, Played by Harry Bellaver (as Det. Frank Arcaro)
        - One, Two, Three, Rita Rakahowski (1963) TV episode, Played by Harry Bellaver (as Det. Frank Arcaro)
        - The S.S. American Dream (1963) TV episode, Played by Harry Bellaver (as Det. Frank Arcaro)
        - Color Schemes Like Never Before (1963) TV episode, Played by Harry Bellaver (as Det. Frank Arcaro)
          (132 more)

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Quotes:
From "Naked City: Her Life in Moving Pictures (#4.16)" (1963)
[first lines]
[Detectives Flint and Arcaro bring an arrestee and a witness into the precinct station for booking. Detective Arcaro stops the suspect in front of the desk sergeant to start the booking process]
Desk Sergeant: Well, well, the late late show.
Det. Frank Arcaro: Roger Fallon, F-A-L-L-O-N, alias Romeo Fallon, alias Robert Flagler, alias Roger Hanshaw, alias John Doe.
Desk Sergeant: Where do you live, Roger?
Roger 'Romeo' Fallon: In a tree.
Desk Sergeant: You don't say. In a tree.
Det. Frank Arcaro: Social climbing. We found him under a rock. Wake up the stenographer, will ya? We gotta take his statement.
[to Fallon]
Det. Frank Arcaro: Come in.
[...]
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