The detectives visit the aging captain of the Staten Island Ferry at the same time that armed robbers are executing a daring heist of an armored car traveling on the ferry.

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Det. James 'Jimmy' Halloran
Cameron Prud'Homme ...
Captain Adam Flint
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Biggers (as John Seven)
Ralph Stantley ...
Hagerton
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Police Commissioner
Robert Burr ...
Jimmy
Ray Singer ...
Armored Car Guard
Peter Dawson ...
Bronson
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Herbert B. Leonard ...
Narrator (voice) (as Bert Leonard)
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The detectives visit the aging captain of the Staten Island Ferry at the same time that armed robbers are executing a daring heist of an armored car traveling on the ferry.

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7 October 1958 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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The unmarked detective car used by Muldoon, Halloran and Arcaro is a 1958 Pontiac Chieftain. See more »

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Functional illiterate
17 May 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Sol", who wrote a previous review, is obviously a functional illiterate, which is not surprising, given that he claims a hometown of Brooklyn (New York City borough), whose "educational" system has been run by sponging Liberal losers for more than five decades. If you cannot decipher his rambling non sequiturs ... join the club.

That having been said (and, yes, it did require every word of it, given the target audience), The Naked City was one of the first programs of the nascent sixties decade to portray a "friendly" police state --- one in which the average citizen was treated as a know-nothing imbecile who is better off under the thumb of the government (Obama administration, anyone?), and looks down its faux film noir nose at the unwashed masses who get in the way of the Liberal agenda (Obama administration, anyone?).

For an example, try viewing "A Case Study Of Two Savages", featuring Rip Torn and Tuesday Weld (great pair of first names, in any case). Although the episode is, admittedly, based on a true pair of killers in the late 1950s, it also goes out of its way to emphasize that the pair is "Southern", and, therefore, of a lower life form.

Interesting, since Liberals continue to vote for Southerners for decades --- LBJ, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, John Edwards.

Kind of makes you think ... assuming you know how.


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