Naked City (1958–1963)
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A Very Cautious Boy 

A gangland syndicate headed by lawyer Roy Baxter has been collecting protection money from Joe and Mama Ganoulian, owners of a local restaurant. The Ganoulians hire protection called Lee Staunton to free them from the extortionists.

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(as Gil Ralston)
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Lee Staunton
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Mama Ganoulian
William Hansen ...
Joe Ganoulian
Mary James ...
Mrs. Schlesinger
Robert Elross ...
Morgue Doctor
Jeremiah Morris ...
Emile
William Duell ...
Desk Clerk
Mike O'Dowd ...
Ziggy Barden
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A gangland syndicate headed by lawyer Roy Baxter has been collecting protection money from Joe and Mama Ganoulian, owners of a local restaurant. The Ganoulians hire protection called Lee Staunton to free them from the extortionists.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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26 April 1961 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Macha Magarin
17 August 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

'"A Very Cautious Boy' is one of the best of the hour-long 'Naked City' episodes. Tremendously powerful acting from Ruth White.

But the IMDb mystery of this mystery episode is that the lovely young woman who plays pianist-chanteuse Gaby Duclos is, in the episode's own closing credits, listed as Macha Magarin, yet from IMDb's episode cast list Miss Magarin is absent.

In her IMDb name page there's no data whatsoever - not a birth date, not a single line item as movie/TV cast member or of show biz employment. Just her name.

More substance about this episode I would type here. Instead I'm typing this filler you're reading because IMDb commenting rules require a minimum of ten lines of text. So: TAG! You're IT!


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