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Naked City, TV Series, 1958-1963 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Gnadenlose Stadt (Germany)
  • Alaston kaupunki (Finland)
  • La cittÓ in controluce (Italy)

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tv boy US

2010-06-06 06:13

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...and that's it for this batch. All of these came out of only 12 episodes! Moderators, feel free to combine any duplicates you see fit, as I know I uploaded several Studebakers, Pontiacs and Renaults that might be duplicates but I didn't do it on purpose.

-- Last edit: 2010-06-06 14:50:56

tv boy US

2010-07-22 23:38

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Just completed nine more episodes from various DVDs.

55 Roadmaster CA

2010-11-07 17:56

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Thank you tv boy, I'd forgotten just how great that show was for the street scenes, I grew up in Australia and that show was aired there along with M Squad with Lee Marvin ... great cars.

rickr442 US

2012-10-10 07:33

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Thanks for these!
Naked City was a great show, very melodramatic at times, kinda like PlayHouse 90 with guns, badges, and Pontiacs!
Pontiac's ad agency was doing some early product placement then, started in the early stages of NC, took it more seriously later on with more/better cars. Catalina hardtops were maybe a LITTLE fancy for NYPD detective cars, but the point was made and the destination was reached quite well!

unclehotrod13 US

2015-06-03 23:34

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Great stuff! Never saw these episodes...great cars realistic too

Buckwheat US

2015-12-11 05:57

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Where's the Nash Ambassador Sedan, from the opening credits of "Bridge Party" (NC, Dec. 27, 1961--about a sailor arrested for trying to sail under a railroad bridge (!))?

Buckwheat US

2015-12-12 00:07

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The [1956?] Nash Ambassador Sedan, was shown in the opening credits for the Naked City episode "Bridge Party," Season 3, Episode 12, aired 27 Dec. 1961. This opening was so classic, it COULD have served as the show's opening sequence for every episode-HAD the producers chosen to use it. (Each episode had a different opening montage while the credits rolled.) Why was this show, taken off the air, despite high ratings, at the end of the 1962-63 season? Was it deemed "too violent," by the FCC? Was it actor Paul Burke's much later-revealed ties, to the New Orleans Mob? (Burke and NO District Atty. Harry Connick, Sr., were both indicted--and acquitted--on Federal racketeering charges, allegedly based on Burke's attempts to influence District Atty. Connick, to drop criminal charges against a New Orleans mobster. This ended Burke's acting career, in 1991--years before his death, on Sept. 15, 2009. Ironic end, for "Detective Adam Flint"!)

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