Naked City (1958–1963)
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To Walk Like a Lion 

An embezzler who stole to finance his mother's medical care runs into trouble while trying to end his scheme and return the leftover money.

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Arnold Platt
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Rosalind Faber
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Grace Harvey
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J. Milton Turpin
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Mrs. Annette Faber
Sally Gracie ...
Brenda
Edward Lane ...
Bellboy
Alexandra Berlin ...
1st Roommate
Carolyn Groves ...
2nd Roommate
Peter von Zerneck ...
Mr. Abelton
Ben Dova ...
Tailor
Brendan Fay ...
Cabbie
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An embezzler who stole to finance his mother's medical care runs into trouble while trying to end his scheme and return the leftover money.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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28 February 1962 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Not the best episode but has interesting guests
17 February 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Although this is a episode that entertains, when compared to other Naked City eps it is slightly below their high standard of excellence.

It is a treat to see Mae Questel-the voice of Betty Boop, Olive Oyl and many other cartoon voices. Also seen is Barbara Barrie who played Mrs. Barney Miller, another NYC based cop show, as of late she's been on several Law & Order and SVU chapters. The main character Arnold Platt is portrayed by frequent game shows panelist-Orson Bean.

There's a great line in this episode, when Lt. Parker wants Sgt. Arcaro to follow Platt's girl played by Barbara Barrie, he tells him, "don't lose her or you'll be patrolling the other side of Staten Island and that's the Atlantic Ocean"


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