Armored car robbers vanish across from Yankee Stadium, so Lt. Busti dragnets the neighborhood, house-to-house. Brutal gang mastermind Nunda has much more to worry about, because he's barged... See full summary »

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Florence
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Lewis Nunda (as Robert S. Duvall)
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Al Machias (as Louis Antonio)
Jamie Smith ...
Jay Plessus
Olga Bellin ...
Jeannie Clinton
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Lt. Vince Busti
Harold Gary ...
Garage Owner
Ed Simon ...
Police Officer #1 (as Edward J. Simon)
Richard X. Slattery ...
Police Officer #2
Michael Kray ...
Police Officer #3
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Knox Maquon
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Armored car robbers vanish across from Yankee Stadium, so Lt. Busti dragnets the neighborhood, house-to-house. Brutal gang mastermind Nunda has much more to worry about, because he's barged into his aunt's flat, and she brings back all his hideous Bronx past which kept him away so long. Written by David Stevens

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1 February 1961 (USA)  »

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Robert Duvall and Edward Asner both still have their hair, however it is noticeable that it is thinning. See more »

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None But the Lonely Heart
("Nur ver die Sehnsucht kennt") (uncredited)
Music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Sung by Sylvia Sidney's character at a piano, dubbed by unknown vocalist
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Sylvia Sidney & Robert Duvall
12 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There are many strong episodes of Naked City from the second season, but this offering is one of the very best. Sylvia Sidney, whose character undergoes a gradual disintegration during the story, proves what a fine dramatic actress she could be. The scenes between her and nephew Robert Duvall are exceptional and powerful. Another reviewer mentioned the well-lit dissolves that transport us from the present day back into the past. I certainly agree that this technique makes the drama more poignant and meaningful. At the same time, the scenes that occur outside the apartment, on the landing and stairwell, where Duvall's partners in crime engage in a standoff with Flint and the other police officers, are very well staged and suspenseful. Everything about this episode works-- from the performances of the featured guest stars, to Ed Asner in an early role as a cop, to the final shoot-out on the rooftop. Don't miss this episode.


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