Naked City (1958–1963)
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After a military style armored car robbery has left six people dead, including two NYPD cops, the gang's leader is identified. Lt. Parker insists that a reluctant Det. Flint seek leads to ... See full summary »

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Episode complete credited cast:
... Det. Adam Flint
... Lt. Mike Parker
... Det. Frank Arcaro
... Libby Kingston
... Paul Delito
... Brigid Delito
... John Birge
Thomas A. Carlin ... Father Meyler (as Thomas Carlin)
Clement Fowler ... John Doe (as Clement D. Fowler)
Sam Raskyn ... Bellboy
Tommy Norden ... Paul Delito Jr.
... Detective Dutton (as Joseph A. Campanella)
Peter Gumeny ... Janitor
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After a military style armored car robbery has left six people dead, including two NYPD cops, the gang's leader is identified. Lt. Parker insists that a reluctant Det. Flint seek leads to the ringleader's whereabouts from a troubled ex-partner of the criminal. The ex-partner is consumed with guilt over having been an informant once before. Written by dubchi

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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27 September 1961 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Taut story
9 April 2018 | by See all my reviews

The beginning is very exciting, with a million dollars heist pulled by a bunch of gangsters against an armored truck where six people die. From this point, the police force will stop at nothing to nail the mastermind of this robbery where two cops died. They have indentified him and use the gangsters brother in law to finally get him. Lee J Cobb gives here a true awesome performance as the brother in law who becomes an informer to the police. It's weird that this great actor from the big screen picture played here in the same period. But this series is also a high quality one; it's just unusual to see an actor to make TV whilst he is also on the big screen. Thumbs up for this first third season episode.


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