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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nancy Malone ...
Maxwell Ronan
Estelle Reeves
Perry Wilson ...
Betty Ronan
William Saxer
Uncle George
Tarry Green ...
Daniel Ocko ...
Arny Freeman ...
Jerry Jarrett ...
Moving Man
Mary James ...
Lady Designer
Richard Kronold ...


Four people, involved in the Manhattan fur trade, join together to steal fur coats valued at over $1,000,000 from a fashion show held at the Governor Clinton Hotel. The thieves have various motives for committing the crime. The ringleader's plan to leave his long-time wife for a tempestuous model complicates matters. Written by dubchi

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Crime | Drama | Thriller





Release Date:

15 February 1961 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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My alarm clock rings loader then that when it wakes me up in the morning
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***SPOILERS*** The fur is really flying in this "Naked City" episode where furrier Maxwell Ronan, Keenan Wynn, gets it from all sides in trying to have and extra marital affair with hot to top model Estelle Reeves,Abbe Lane, while trying to implicate in his crime on his fellow furrier known only as Uncle George, Sorrell Brooke. That in a hair brain scheme he hatched up with Uncle George's nitwit nephew Sidney,Tarry Green, in pulling off "the Crime of the Century" in the fur industry. Complications arise when Roan's hyper sensitive son Burt, Timmy Everett, caught him smooching with Estelle in his office that caused, besides getting a back eye, his entire grand plan to go to pot.

Feeling guilty in back stabbing his both wife Betty , Perry Wilson, and with now his totally crazed son Burt being heavily medicated and in a straight-jacket, after going berserk at the 65th police precinct, Roan has second thoughts in what he's been doing but by now there's no turning back for him. The the fur robbery that takes place during a fur show at the Governor Clinton Hotel goes off without a hitch with 100 valuable fur coat's stolen under everyone's, the furriers there, noses . But just as Roan feels he's home free he gets the shocking news from his grieving wife Betty that his son Burt, who wanted to kill him, died of a busted artery in his brain!

***SPOILERS***Having hidden the stolen Furs at Uncal George's fur store leads to the almost unbelievable ending of furs, worth over $1,000,000.00, being thrown out of the window by a deranged Uncel George who doesn't want to have anything to do with the robbery that Roan and his nephew Sidney pulled off! It was Roan's greed and selfishness that brought the whole world down on his head and destroy his business marriage as well as, what's left of it, life. All he had to do was stay honest in his business and marriage and all this wouldn't have happened. Something that was too deep and at the same too time simple , in his dishonest and scheming skull, for him to realize!

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