Ex-con panics when his own loan shark gets killed at his gas station. He tosses his own gun onto a passing truck, doubting the police will buy his story. Idealistic young Det. Adam Flint ... See full summary »

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Len Brewer
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Colby
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Ex-con panics when his own loan shark gets killed at his gas station. He tosses his own gun onto a passing truck, doubting the police will buy his story. Idealistic young Det. Adam Flint believes he's chasing justice for a reformed businessman, but everyone one else in the bureau feels he's chasing a phantom. After all, how many thousands of trucks passed through the Naked City that day ? Written by David Stevens

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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22 February 1961 (USA)  »

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Albert Salmi and Peggy Ann Garner who play married couple Len and Edie Brewer were actually married at the time. See more »

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The Great Peggy Ann Garner
29 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I share your passion of Peggy Ann Garner.What a talent she was. It is too bad that she had to leave this earth on Octoiber 16,1984. She had a very hard life but no one will ever forget her in her classic performance A Tree Grows In Brooklyn. She was an angel in this movie. I have the book Plain Beautiful The Life Of Peggy Ann Garner . I recommend it to anyone who loves Peggy. She is gone but she will never be forgotten.As an adult she had memorable roles but her angelic expression as a child actress will be in our hearts and long as life exists. I own a rare video clip of Peggy talking to Bob Hope the night she won the Oscar for A Tree Grows In Brooklyn. God bless Peggy Ann Garner.


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