The Asphalt Jungle (1961– )

The Scott Machine 

Warren Scott, the leader of a neo-Nazi organization, is planning a big rally in the city. Much to the squad's distaste, they're assigned to protect him.

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Herman Hoffman

Writers:

E. Jack Neuman (teleplay), Peter Stone (teleplay) | 4 more credits »
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Episode cast overview:
Jack Warden ... Matt Gower
Arch Johnson ... Gus Honochek
William Smith ... Danny Keller (as Bill Smith)
Robert Vaughn ... Warren W. Scott
Leora Dana ... Doris Scott
Carl Don Carl Don ... Johan Karas
Frank Maxwell ... Evan Troy
John Astin ... Arnold Penn
Hugh Sanders ... Quentin Foster
Robert Brubaker ... Dr. Xavier
Lou Krugman Lou Krugman ... Underwood
Brad Morrow ... Roy Clinton
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Warren Scott, the leader of a neo-Nazi organization, is planning a big rally in the city. Much to the squad's distaste, they're assigned to protect him.

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Crime | Drama

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Language:

English

Release Date:

25 June 1961 (USA) See more »

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MGM Television See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Interesting Cast
27 March 2015 | by searchanddestroy-1See all my reviews

I am one more time truly amazed by this episode, the last I will talk about, and speaking of Nazis, even it takes place in the early sixties. A Neo Nazi party leader, played by Robert Vaughn, is attacked by an old man, a Jewish whose family died in the concentration camp. Then, the old man is arrested for attempted murder. And the police force receives the assignment to protect the Nazi leader. Surprising scheme, that may revolt most of us. The Nazi party leader character is very ambivalent, interesting, not only the unavoidable evil man at one hundred percent. Beware the presence of John Davis Chandler, as a Nazi party member, sort of henchman for Robert Vaughn. A very rewarding episode, worth watching. So shame that this tremendous TV show was not longer. Maybe the TV audiences did not like it, because it was different.


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