Danny Taylor is an ambitious news hound for the daily New York Globe, with a knack for getting the tough stories. Lou Sheldon is his boss who tries to keep Danny out of trouble. Artie is a gregarious ever present taxi driver.

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 Danny Taylor 13 episodes, 1964
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 Lou Sheldon 13 episodes, 1964
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 Artie Burns 13 episodes, 1964
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Danny Taylor is an ambitious news hound for the daily New York Globe, with a knack for getting the tough stories. Lou Sheldon is his boss who tries to keep Danny out of trouble. Artie is a gregarious ever present taxi driver.

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Tribute to New York City
15 September 2000 | by (Ohio) – See all my reviews

This TV series lasted only half a season, despite having many things going for it-the cast including Harry Guardino and Gary Merril and shooting on location in New York City like another series of the same era-Naked City. The scripts were uneven, but the show was likeable. One of the most memorable elements was the closing titles showing dissolving multiple exposures of New York skyscrapers accompanied by the lush and beautiful theme written by Kenyon Hopkins. It was one of the most beautiful love letters to New York ever done.


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