Naked City (TV series)
|Created by||Stirling Silliphant|
|Starring||Paul Burke (1960–63)
Horace McMahon (1959, 1960–63)
Harry Bellaver (1958–59, 1960–63)
James Franciscus (1958–59)
John McIntire (1958–59)
|Narrated by||Lawrence Dobkin|
|Opening theme||"Somewhere in the Night"
by Billy May
|Composer(s)||George Duning (1958–59)
Billy May (1960–63)
Nelson Riddle (1960–63)
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||4|
|No. of episodes||138
(39 episodes, 30 minutes;
99 episodes, 60 minutes.)
|Producer(s)||Herbert B. Leonard|
|Running time||30 minutes, 1958–59;
60 minutes, 1960–63.
|Production company(s)||Shelle Productions
Screen Gems Television
|Distributor||Sony Pictures Television|
|Original release||September 30, 1958 – May 29, 1963|
Naked City is a police drama series which aired from 1958 to 1963 on the ABC television network. It was inspired by the 1948 motion picture The Naked City and mimics its dramatic “semi-documentary” format. As in the film, each episode concluded with a narrator intoning the iconic line: "There are eight million stories in the naked city. This has been one of them."
The Naked City episode "Four Sweet Corners" (1959) served as a backdoor pilot of sorts for the series Route 66, created by Stirling Silliphant. Route 66 ran on CBS from 1960 to 1964, and, like Naked City, followed the "semi-anthology" format of building the stories around the guest stars, rather than the regular cast. In 1997, the episode “Sweet Prince of Delancey Street” (1961) was ranked #93 on TV Guide’s “100 Greatest Episodes of All Time”.
Filmed on location in New York City, the series centered on the detectives of NYPD’s 65th Precinct, although episode plots usually focused more on the criminals and victims portrayed by guest stars, characteristic of the "semi-anthology" narrative format common in early 1960s TV (so called by the trade paper Variety). Primary writer Stirling Silliphant nurtured a focus on intelligent drama with elements of comedy and pathos, leading to significant critical acclaim for the series and attracting film and television actors of the time to seek out guest-starring roles. In addition to Silliphant, who went on to win an Academy Award for his script for the film In the Heat of the Night, writers of Naked City episodes included veteran TV writer Howard Rodman and blacklisted screenwriter Arnold Manoff, writing under the pseudonym Joel Carpenter.
Many scenes were filmed in the south Bronx near Biograph Studios, where the series was produced, and in Greenwich Village and other neighborhoods in Manhattan. The exterior of the “65th Precinct” was the Midtown North (18th) Precinct, at 306 West 54th Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues, in the second and the third season, and the current 9th Precinct, at 321 East 5 Street between 1 Avenue and 2 Avenue before it was renovated, in the first and in the fourth season.
Naked City first aired in the 1958–59 season, with the title The Naked City, as a half-hour series starring James Franciscus and John McIntire playing, respectively, Detective Jimmy Halloran and Lt. Dan Muldoon — the same characters as in the 1948 film. While critically acclaimed, the series did not garner high ratings. Midway through the season, McIntire quit the show because of his desire to leave New York and move back to his Montana ranch. He was replaced with Horace McMahon, who was then introduced in the same episode as Muldoon's curmudgeon replacement, Lieutenant Mike Parker.
The narrator for the first season was the producer, Herbert B. Leonard, identifying himself as "Bert Leonard".
Also in its first season, the half-hour version of Naked City preceded the ABC crime/police documentary called Confession, in which Jack Wyatt, later an Episcopal priest, interviewed assorted criminals to determine why they had rejected societal mores and turned to a life of lawlessness.
The cast change did not help the show's ratings; ABC cancelled Naked City at the end of the 1958–59 season. One of the show's sponsors (Brown & Williamson), along with production staff, successfully lobbied the network to revive the show as an hour-long series, which premiered in 1960. The 1960 version featured Paul Burke as Detective Adam Flint, a sensitive and cerebral cop in his early thirties who does much of the legwork in the episodes. In the preceding season, Burke had appeared with David Hedison in the short-lived NBC espionage drama, Five Fingers. Horace McMahon returned as Lieutenant Mike Parker as did Harry Bellaver as the older, mellow Sgt. Frank Arcaro. Nancy Malone appeared as Adam Flint's aspiring actress girlfriend, Libby Kingston. The hour-long version of the show was broadcast on ABC in the 10:00 p.m. slot on Wednesday nights.
The series was notable for featuring younger and/or lesser-known/little-known actors, some of whom became major stars, including Alan Alda, Michael Ansara, Ed Asner, Martin Balsam, Barbara Barrie, Orson Bean, Robert Blake, James Caan, Godfrey Cambridge, Joseph Campanella, Diahann Carroll, James Coburn, Michael Constantine, William Daniels, Sandy Dennis, Bruce Dern, David Doyle, Keir Dullea, Robert Duvall, Peter Falk, James Farentino, Peter Fonda, Conard Fowkes, Eileen Fulton, Harry Guardino, Gene Hackman, Barbara Harris, Dustin Hoffman, Dennis Hopper, Diana Hyland, Richard Jaeckel, David Janssen, Salome Jens, Jack Klugman, Shirley Knight, Piper Laurie, Diane Ladd, Audra Lindley, Jack Lord, George Maharis, Nancy Marchand, Sylvia Miles, Vic Morrow, Barry Morse, Robert Morse, Lois Nettleton, Leslie Nielsen, Carroll O'Connor, Susan Oliver, Marisa Pavan, Suzanne Pleshette, Robert Redford, Doris Roberts, Mark Rydell, Telly Savalas, George Segal, William Shatner, Martin Sheen, Jean Stapleton, Maureen Stapleton, Rod Steiger, Mel Stuart, Rip Torn, Cicely Tyson, Jon Voight, Christopher Walken, Deborah Walley, Jack Warden, Tuesday Weld, and Dick York.
The show also featured more established and/or better-known actors, including Luther Adler, Eddie Albert, Robert Alda, Louise Allbritton, Kirk Alyn, Richard Basehart, Theodore Bikel, Nancy Carroll, Lee J. Cobb, Gladys Cooper, Hume Cronyn, Ludwig Donath, Diana Douglas, Betty Field, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Nina Foch, Ruth Ford, Martin Gabel, Peggy Ann Garner, Vincent Gardenia, Eileen Heckart, Barnard Hughes, Kim Hunter, Sam Jaffe, Glynis Johns, Kurt Kasznar, Abbe Lane, Eugenie Leontovich, Al Lewis, Viveca Lindfors, Ross Martin, Walter Matthau, Myron McCormick, Roddy McDowall, Burgess Meredith, Jean Muir, Meg Mundy, Mildred Natwick, Cathleen Nesbitt, Jeanette Nolan, Nehemiah Persoff, Claude Rains, Eugenia Rawls, Aldo Ray, Ruth Roman, Mickey Rooney, Albert Salmi, George C. Scott, Sylvia Sidney, Jan Sterling, Beatrice Straight, Akim Tamiroff, Lawrence Tierney, Jo Van Fleet, Eli Wallach, David Wayne, Jesse White, Cara Williams, Roland Winters, and Keenan Wynn.
Many of the actors listed above played multiple roles on different episodes, i.e. as different characters.
Sanford Meisner, the noted acting coach, made a rare celluloid performance in an episode of the series. Acting coach and actress Peggy Feury also made an appearance, in a different episode. Rocky Graziano made an appearance during his relatively brief post-boxing acting career. Actors such as Conrad Bain, Dabney Coleman, Ken Kercheval, Burt Reynolds and Jessica Walter appeared in bit roles, long before attaining any measure of fame.
Several actors played recurring roles, i.e. Suzanne Storrs (as "Janet Halloran" in nine episodes during the series' first version, featuring Franciscus and McIntire), Jimmy Little as "Desk Sergeant", Robert Dryden as "Police Surgeon", and Richard Kronold as "Detective Dutton".
A tie-in novel was written to capitalize on the success of the TV series; it was titled The Naked City and was published as a mass-market paperback by Dell in 1959. While it was credited on the book's cover solely to series creator Stirling Silliphant, it actually consisted of writer and newspaperman Charles Einstein's adaptations of eight Silliphant stories from the series' first season of half-hour episodes. Einstein is the half-brother of comedian Albert Brooks. The novel's cover featured an evocative photo montage by photographer David Attie. While the novel is highly regarded by fans of the series, it has long been out of print.
|No = Overall episode number
Ep = Episode number within the season
Naked City ran for four seasons starting in late 1958. A total of 138 episodes were produced during the four season run.
Season 1: 1958–59
Naked City premiered on ABC as The Naked City on September 30, 1958 with the episode Meridian. This first season ran as 30 minute episodes from September 1958 through June 1959 and contained 39 episodes. The series was cancelled after the first season. This original 30 minute version was sponsored by Viceroy cigarettes.
|No||Ep||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|01||01||"Meridian"||Jerry Hopper||Stirling Silliphant||September 30, 1958|
|Guest stars: Al Hodge as Johnson, Joey Walsh as Lefty Hawkins, Bill Zuckert as Donahue, Alison Marshall as Debbie Halloran, Frank Downing as McGregor, Pat De Simone as Arturo, Barbara Banks as Sylvia.|
|02||02||"Nickel Ride"||Douglas Heyes||Stirling Silliphant||October 7, 1958|
|Guest stars: Johnny Seven as Biggers, Peter Dawson as Bronson, Harry Holcombe as Commissioner, Ray Singer as Armored Car Guard, Ralph Stantley as Hagerton.|
|03||03||"Line of Duty"||Stuart Rosenberg||Stirling Silliphant||October 14, 1958|
|Guest stars: Diane Ladd as Yankee Cretias, Eugenie Leontovich as Katrina Cretias, William S. Forester as Bailiff, Andrew Cevado as Peter, Paul Lipson as Bartender, Alison Marshall as Debbie Halloran.|
|04||04||"Sidewalk Fisherman"||Douglas Heyes||Stirling Silliphant||October 21, 1958|
|Guest stars: Gary Morgan as Paulie, Jay Novello as Gio, Tarry Green as Jocko, Ruth Altman as Mother Superior, Leonardo Cimino as Shellshock, Mark Barkan as Laddie, Allen Nourse as Thompson.|
|05||05||"The Violent Circle"||Douglas Heyes||Stirling Silliphant||October 28, 1958|
Guest stars: House Jameson as Morgan, Earl Rowe as Hanson, Robert Weil as Crane, Mark Allen as Greer, Donald Moffat as Brickwell, Janice Mars as Nurse Kaufman, Helm Lyon as Romaine, Jeno Mate as Parker.Halloran goes undercover in a mental ward to find out who killed one of the patients.
|06||06||"Stakeout"||Stuart Rosenberg||Stirling Silliphant||November 4, 1958|
|Guest stars: Michael Tolan as Alan Keller, Irene Kane as Betty Keller, Matt Crowley as Commissioner, Jan Miner as Wilma Rogan, Nina Reader as Janie Rogan, Horace McMahon as Chief.|
|07||07||"No More Rumbles"||William Beaudine||Sam Ross||November 11, 1958|
|Guest stars: Frank Dana as Packy, Sandra Smith as Lucy, David Winters as Marty, Harry Davis as Foreman, Arny Freeman as Cienzi, David Challis as Pancho, Alison Marshall as Debbie Halloran.|
|08||08||"Belvedere Tower"||William Beaudine||Robert Sylvester, John Mackenzie||November 18, 1958|
|Guest stars: Paul Spencer as Mitchell Pierce, Tom Ahearne as Sgt. Bellows, Dean Almquist as Dodds, Dorothy Dolliver as Evie, Bo Enivel as Mizotti.|
|09||09||"The Bird Guard"||William Beaudine||Stirling Silliphant||November 25, 1958|
|Guest stars: Diana Van der Vlis as Linda Stephenson, John Lawrence as Grubber, Johnny Seven as Brick, Lester Mack as Freeman, John McQuade as Cassidy, Jock MacGregor as Andy.|
|10||10||"The Other Face of Goodness"||Stuart Rosenberg||Stirling Silliphant||December 2, 1958|
|Guest stars: Gerald Gordon as Walt Brown, Loretta Leversee as Nova, Arnold Merritt as Jimmy Barrick, David J. Stewart as Professor, Frank Campanella as Cameraman.|
|11||11||"Lady Bug, Lady Bug"||Stuart Rosenberg||Stirling Silliphant||December 9, 1958|
|Guest stars: Leon B. Stevens as Eddie Stabler, Peter Votrian as Bobby Stabler, Peter Falk as Extortionist, Daniel Ocko as Julio Marsetti, Arthur Wenzel as Butler.|
|12||12||"Susquehanna 4-7598"||William Beaudine||Stirling Silliphant||December 16, 1958|
|Guest stars: Frank Campanella as Telephone engineer, Sandy Robinson as Carol Thomas, Paul Valentine as Larry, William Clemens as Johnny Horack.|
|13||13||"And a Merry Christmas to the Force on Patrol"||Stuart Rosenberg||Stirling Silliphant||December 23, 1958|
|Guest stars: Frank Sutton as Marco, Michael Strong as Det. Hal Perelman, Rudy Bond as Lt. Mike Daniels, Roberts Blossom as Quint, Jimmy Little as Sgt. Higgins, Mary Boylan as Marie, Richard Kronold as Detective Dutton, Louis Edmonds as Cop in Background.|
|14||14||"The Explosive Heart"||William Beaudine||Jesse Lasky, Jr.||December 30, 1958|
|Guest stars: Barbara Lord as Laurie White Garcia, Cliff Carnell as Tony Garcia, Noel Leslie as Commander White, Grant Gordon as Dr. Randy Colt, Maggie O'Byrne as May.|
|15||15||"The Manhole"||John Brahm||Stirling Silliphant||January 6, 1959|
|Guest stars: Will Kuluva as Mikel Storkich, George Maharis as Stroke Strokich, John Karlen as Chuck, Vic Werber as Leo, Richard Kronold as Detective Dutton.|
|16||16||"Even Crows Sing Good"||John Brahm||Stirling Silliphant||January 13, 1959|
|Guest stars: Diana Douglas as Hilda Wallace, Bernard Fein as Dasher, Lee Philips as Larry Hinn, Robert Weil as Happy, Jimmy Little as Desk Sergeant, Frieda Altman as Norma Hinn, Jean Martin as Young Woman, Allan Frank as Man.|
|17||17||"Burst of Passion"||Stuart Rosenberg||Stirling Silliphant||January 20, 1959|
|Guest stars: Kirk Alyn as Sgt. Muller, John C. Becher as Doctor, Woodrow Parfrey as Andrew Eisert, Matt Crowley as Commissioner, Guy Spaull as Reverend Thomason, Dorothy Peterson as Mrs. Graither, Richard Kronold as Detective Dutton.|
|18||18||"Goodbye, My Lady Love"||John Brahm||Stirling Silliphant||January 27, 1959|
|Guest stars: James Barton as Matty, William Edmonson as Chain, Louis Guss as Shull, Gilbert Mack as Lombardi, Guy Raymond as Augie, Pat Malone as Harrison, William Baron as Wiper, Eddie Bruce as Barnwell.|
|19||19||"The Shield"||John Brahm||Stirling Silliphant||February 3, 1959|
Guest stars: Jack Klugman as Patrolman Mike Greco, Vic Morrow as David Greco, Gino Ardito as Sneaker, Walter Kinsella as Detective Markham, Vincent Van Lynn as Detective Ted, Margaret Lenert as Mrs. Greco, Sheldon Koretz as Robley.A son wants to follow in his policeman father's footsteps, but refuses to accept the fact he's not up to the task.
|20||20||"One to Get Lost"||John Brahm||Sam Ross||February 10, 1959|
|Guest stars: Kent Smith as George Blake, Jeanette Nolan as Kate, Lawrence Tierney as Mike Johnson, Florence Anglin as Secretary, Norma Crane as Fay Roberts, Charles Gaines as Coroner.|
|21||21||"Hey, Teach!"||Stuart Rosenberg||Stirling Silliphant||February 17, 1959|
|Guest stars: Bernard Kates as Madison, Jean Muir as Mrs. Kling, Jose Alcarez as Luis, Anthony Franke as Mark, Robert Morris as Flip Willer.|
|22||22||"Ticker Tape"||Stuart Rosenberg||Stirling Silliphant||February 24, 1959|
|Guest stars: Ernest Sarracino as Anton Marshak, Beverly Bentley as Arlene Conway, George Lambert as Hanson, Tana Manners as Little Girl, Adrienne Moore as Mother, Paul Alberts as Kettleman, Ed Furey as Mason Conway.|
|23||23||"Fire Island"||Norman Tokar||Stirling Silliphant||March 3, 1959|
|Guest stars: George Maharis as Lundy, Guy Raymond as Boz, Michael Conrad as Hartog, Henry Hull as Alky, Phillip Huston as Lee.|
|24||24||"Ten Cent Dreams"||John Brahm||Sam Ross||March 10, 1959|
|Guest stars: Ross Martin as Carlo, Richard X. Slattery as Solid, Al Lewis as Pike, Thelma Pelish as Mrs. Pike, Kay Chaque as Maria.|
|25||25||"The Bumper"||John Brahm||Stirling Silliphant||March 17, 1959|
Guest stars: Clement Fowler as Ed "The Bumper" Jenkins, Albert Henderson as Landers, Michael Strong as Det. Hal Perlman, Matt Crowley as Commissioner, Richard Kronold as Detective Dutton, Sam Gray as Doyle.
Lt. Parker takes command of the squad when Lt. Muldoon and the gangster he is accompanying to trial are killed by an assassin who uses a car as his murder weapon.Notable Location: the 125th Street Riverside Drive Viaduct, Harlem
|26||26||"A Running of Bulls"||Stuart Rosenberg||Stirling Silliphant||March 24, 1959|
|Guest stars: Michael Ansara as Valente, Felice Orlandi as Luis, Michael Ray as Felipe Piedra, Gloria Marlowe as Nurse Castana.|
|27||27||"Fallen Star"||Sam Ross||Stirling Silliphant||March 31, 1959|
|Guest stars: Robert Alda as Jess Burton, Bruno Damon as Manager, Rocky Graziano as Lou Curtis, Arnold Merritt as Larry, Morgan Sterne as Al McBride, Guy Sorel as Harry Weeks.|
|28||28||"Beyond the Truth"||John Brahm||Stirling Silliphant||April 7, 1959|
Guest stars: Martin Balsam as Arnold Fleischman, Shawn Donahue as Debbie Halloran, Phyllis Hill as Betty Fleischman, Romo Vincent as Teddy Simpson, Sloan Simpson as Shirley Buchwald, Gerald Price as Max Buchwald, Pat Tobin as Commentator.Halloran tries to prove a man was unjustly convicted of the hit and run death of a child--but the man refuses to accept his help.
|29||29||"Baker's Dozen"||George Sherman||Stirling Silliphant||April 14, 1959|
|30||30||"The Rebirth"||Stuart Rosenberg||Stirling Silliphant||April 21, 1959|
|Guest stars: Ludwig Donath as Pawnbroker, Elizabeth Sinclair as Ruth Barnaby, John C. Becher as Bank Teller, Anna Appel as Mrs. Lebinsky, Crahan Denton as Superintendent.|
|31||31||"Four Sweet Corners"||Stuart Rosenberg||Stirling Silliphant||April 28, 1959|
|Guest stars: George Maharis as Johnny Gary, Irene Dailey as Mrs. Gary, Rochelle Oliver as Cora Gray, Martha Greenhouse as Evelyn, Mary Perry as Mrs. Gamby, Robert Morris as Lincoln Ridgeway.|
|32||32||"The Sandman"||John Brahm||Louis Salaman||May 5, 1959|
|Guest stars: Mike Kellin as Ketch, Will Kuluva as Farmer, Vincent Van Lynn as Robbins, Fred Lewis as Maneri.|
|33||33||"Turn of Events"||John Brahm||Stirling Silliphant||May 12, 1959|
|Guest stars: Jan Miner as Mrs. Knauf, Melville Ruick as Harding, Kay Doubleday as Laura Harding, Eugenia Rawls as Mrs. Harding, Irene Cowan as Mrs. Miles.|
|34||34||"A Little Piece of the Action"||Stuart Rosenberg||Stirling Silliphant||May 19, 1959|
|Guest stars: James Barton as Bo Giles, Jan Norris as Doris Giles, Simon Oakland as Duke, Johnny Seven as Al Lacey, Jonathan Gilmore as Jimmy Morgan.|
|35||35||"The Bloodhounds"||Stuart Rosenberg||Stirling Silliphant||May 26, 1959|
|Guest stars: Rudy Bond as Lt. Springer, Phyllis Hill as Jane Whitmore, Louis Nye as Drunk, Byron Sanders as Charles Whitmore, Richard Kronold as Detective Dutton, Lynn Whitmore as Janice Manzo.|
|36||36||"The Scorpion Sting"||John Brahm||Stirling Silliphant||June 2, 1959|
|Guest stars: Nehemiah Persoff as Barney Peters, Diana Douglas as Meg Peters, Clifton James as George Haskell, William Meigs as Matty Dixon, Tamara Daykarhanova as Mrs. Petraloff, Marvin Kline as Charlie Schwartz.|
|37||37||"Saw My Baby There"||Stuart Rosenberg||Louis Salaman||June 9, 1959|
|Guest stars: Harold Stone as Simon Beecker, Rochelle Oliver as Katie Harris, Mark Rydell as Ralph Harris, Arny Freeman as Klutz.|
|38||38||"The Canvas Bullet"||Stuart Rosenberg||Stirling Silliphant||June 16, 1959|
|Guest stars: Harry Guardino as Johnny Mills, Diane Ladd as Kathy Mills, Clement Fowler as Gus Slack, Rocky Graziano as Eddie Gibbs, House Jameson as Doc Nearing, Vincent Gardenia as Musso.|
|39||39||"A Wood of Thorne"||Stuart Rosenberg||Stirling Silliphant||June 23, 1959|
|Guest stars: Cara Williams as Lois Heller.|
Season 2: 1960–61
The series was revived as an hour-long show in 1960 with the title, Naked City. The first episode of the revived series was A Death of Princes and premiered on October 12, 1960. This season ran until June 1961 with 32 episodes.
|No||Ep||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|40||01||"A Death of Princes"||John Brahm||Stirling Silliphant||October 12, 1960|
Guest stars: Eli Wallach as Detective Bane, John Baragrey as Teddy Cochrane, George Maharis as Tony Bacallas, Jan Miner as Lia Wallace, Richard Ward as Shoeshine Man, Anne Helm as Diane, Godfrey Cambridge as George, Patricia Bosworth as Laura, Clifton James as Jacoby, Tom Ahearne as Monty, Leonardo Cimino as Johnny, Susan Melvin as Nancy Bacallas, Carla Hoffman as Sarah, Peter Falk as Gimpy, Jimmy Little as Desk Sergeant, Robert Weil as Blinky.A corrupt police detective blackmails people who have committed crimes to help him pull off a big heist.
|41||02||"The Pedigree Sheet"||John Brahm||Stirling Silliphant||October 19, 1960|
|Guest stars: Al Lewis as Gus, Suzanne Pleshette as Nora Condon, Eric Portman as Jayson Condon, Murray Hamilton as D.A. Thomas Stevenson, Roger C. Carmel as Harry Staples, Joseph Bernard as Asst. DA Colby, Victor Thorley as Harrison, Albert Henderson as Police Driver.|
|42||03||"A Succession of Heartbeats"||Paul Wendkos||Stirling Silliphant||October 26, 1960|
|Guest stars: Frank Overton as Andrew Brent, Fay Spain as Felice Reynolds, Felicia Farr as June Walden, Carolyn Leigh as Kathy Linus, Duke Farley as George Silver, William Post, Jr. as Meredith Linus III, Noah Keen as Psychiatrist.|
|43||04||"Down the Long Night"||Paul Wendkos||Charles Beaumont||November 2, 1960|
|Guest stars: Leslie Nielsen as Norman Garry, Nehemiah Persoff as Max Evar, Geraldine Brooks as Vicky, House Jameson as Dr. Cogswell, Michael Dolan as Taxi Driver.|
|44||05||"To Walk in Silence"||Roger Kay||Barry Trivers||November 9, 1960|
|Guest stars: Claude Rains as John Weston, Telly Savalas as Gabe Hody, Deborah Walley as Heather Weston, Alan Bunce as Dr. Bill Seaton, Stephen Bolster as Donald Weston, Valerie Cossart as Deborah Weston, Sybil Bowan as Doris, David Kerman as Police Doctor, Sid Raymond as Waiter, Sorrell Booke as Victim.|
|45||06||"Killer with a Kiss"||Lamont Johnson||Sloan Nibley, Leonard Praskins||November 16, 1960|
|Guest stars: Burt Brinckerhoff as Erwin Lovegod, Santiago Burgos as Lumpy, Norma Connolly as Ruth Peter, Carmen Mathews as Lily Dancer, George Kane as Policeman #1, Clifton James as Officer Finnelli, Norman Rose as Policeman #2, Tommy Halloran as Hymie, Bill Lazarus as Dr. Arvid.|
|46||07||"Debt of Honor"||Tay Garnett||William Riley Burnett||November 23, 1960|
|Guest stars: Steve Cochran as Nick Mori, Warren Finnerty as Frankie Valens, Maurice Tarplin as John Valens, Joseph Kallini as Joey Mori, Lois Nettleton as Marissa Mori, John Frederick as Wally Shaw, Vic Ramos as Gino.|
|47||08||"The Human Trap"||Lamont Johnson||Ellis Kadison||November 30, 1960|
|Guest stars: Maggie O'Neill as Eve Hunter, Ruth Roman as Walda Price, Jack Lord as Cary Glennon, Gene Lyons as Tony Tennant, Zina Bethune as Jessica Glennon, Elizabeth MacRae as Lori, Nick Saunders as Avery Holman.|
|48||09||"The Man Who Bit a Diamond in Half"||Buzz Kulik||Howard Rodman||December 14, 1960|
Guest stars: Walter Matthau as Pete Kanapolis, Elizabeth Allen as Emily Kanapolis, Luther Adler as Sean Wicklow, Michael Conrad as Pierce, Patrick Waddington as Mitchem, Michael Shillo as Koersel, James Tolkan as Mail Clerk, Charles Randall as Mellen.An successful, uncultured man discovers his trophy wife is selling the expensive jewelry he is giving her and wearing substitutes in their place.
|49||10||"Bullets Cost Too Much"||Buzz Kulik||Samuel Marx||January 4, 1961|
|Guest stars: Dick York as Dr. Charles Colano, Johnny Seven as Paul Colano, Betty Field as Mrs. Brent, James Caan as Marty Feketi, Bruce Dern as Nicky, Paul Hartman as Brent, Jean Stapleton as Mrs. Ferguson, Barbara Lord as Nurse Vale, Frank Campanella as Lieutenant, Grant Code as Father McFie, Matt Crowley as Bucky, Katherine Sergava as Mrs. Feketi.|
|50||11||"Murder is a Face I Know"||Arthur Hiller||Howard Rodman||January 11, 1961|
Guest stars: Theodore Bikel as Nicholas Ross/Roginsky, Keir Dullea as Joey Ross, David J. Stewart as Solly Dillman, Malachi Throne as Dillman's Hood, David Doyle as Coach Moore, Peggy Feury as Tolya Ross, Edmon Ryan as Dillman's Attorney, Paul Ballantyne as Minister.A teenager is shocked to discover his beloved dad is a gangland assassin.
|51||12||"Landscape with Dead Figures"||Elliot Silverstein||Barry Trivers||January 18, 1961|
|Guest stars: Myron McCormick as Albert Blakely, Alfred Ryder as Carl Blakely, Conrad Nagel as Dan Dennison, Robert Emhardt as Dr. Wolfgang Krode, Roger C. Carmel as Fitch, Jim Boles as Sorin, Rosalyn Newport as Elizabeth Blakely, George Ebeling as Gardener, Dabney Coleman as Resident.|
|52||13||"A Hole in the City"||David Lowell Rich||Howard Rodman||February 1, 1961|
Guest stars: Robert Duvall as Louis Nunda, Edward Asner as Vince Busti, Lou Antonio as Al Machias, Olga Bellin as Jeanne Clinton, Sylvia Sidney as Aunt Florence, Jamie E. Smith as Jay Plessus, Edward Simon as Cop #1, Richard X. Slattery as Cop #2, Audra Lindley as Neighbor.In the shadow of Yankee Stadium a desperate criminal holds his aunt and her neighbors hostage as the police close in.
|53||14||"The Well-Dressed Termite"||Jay Dratler||February 8, 1961|
|Guest stars: Jack Klugman as Sam Braden, John Baragrey as David Fairport, Mitchell Ryan as Marty Minters, Philip Abbott as Charles Alvis, Norma Crane as Lily Braden, Fred J. Scollay as Joe Corley, House Jameson as Williams, Richard Kronold as Detective Dutton.|
|54||15||"The Day It Rained Mink"||David Lowell Rich||Howard Rodman||February 15, 1961|
|Guest stars: Keenan Wynn as Maxwell Ronan, Abbe Lane as Estelle Reeves, Henry Lascoe as William Saxer, Sorrell Booke as Uncle George, Timmy Everett as Burt Ronan, Arny Freeman as Salesman, Daniel Ocko as Arthur Warfield, Jerry Jarrett as Moving Man, Perry Wilson as Betty Ronan, Tarry Green as Sidney, Mary James as Designer, Richard Kronold as Detective Dutton.|
|55||16||"Button in the Haystack"||Tay Garnett||Howard Rodman||February 22, 1961|
|Guest stars: Albert Salmi as Len Brewer, Peggy Ann Garner as Edie Brewer, Mitchell Ryan as Overton, Joseph Bernard as Asst. DA Colby, Robert Weil as Nesvady, Doris Rich as Mrs. Jassy, Christopher Barbieri as Livny, Muriel Franklin as Dierdre, Phoebe Mackay as Mrs. McDade, Joe Warren as Sean Ross.|
|56||17||"Shoes for Vinnie Winford"||Elliot Silverstein||Ellis Kadison||March 1, 1961|
|Guest stars: Dennis Hopper as Vinnie Winford, Meg Mundy as Rosalind Winford, Sylvia Miles as Ginger Barr, Geoffrey Lumb as Rufus Cates, Hilda Brawner as Ruby Redd, Jack Bittner as Luther, Nancy Stone as Diana Rand, Bill Lazarus as Dr. Gregg, George L. Smith as Engineer.|
|57||18||"The Deadly Guinea Pig"||William Graham||Jay Dratler||March 8, 1961|
|Guest stars: Barry Morse as Dr. Paul Multer, George Voskovec as Johan Von Bunow, Eugenie Leontovich as Mama Kelle, Mike Kellin as Anton, Viveca Lindfors as Lulu Kronen, Peter Turgeon as Bob Tower, Brad Herrman as Holbey.|
|58||19||"Vengeance is a Wheel"||Elliot Silverstein||Gilbert Ralston||March 15, 1961|
|Guest stars: Brett Somers as Mrs. Garvin, Ben Piazza as Nino Licosa, Paul Stevens as Mario Licosa, Frank Marth as Albert Garvin, Richard Casey as Pietro Vinton, Allen Joseph as Gerth, Susan Melvin as Jennie Licosa, Dino di Luca as Joseph Licosa, Jacqueline Bertrand as Henriette, Pierre Epstein as Paul DeLage, Gerry Jedd as Marta Licosa, Aristede Sigismondi as Don Pugnacio.|
|59||20||"The Fault in Our Stars"||William Graham||Barry Trivers||March 22, 1961|
Guest stars: Roddy McDowall as Donnie Benton, Mary Fickett as Norma Sutter, Patricia Bosworth as Betty Harkness, Florence Anglin as Mrs. Purely, Alvin Epstein as Elliot Kesbeck, Louise Larabee as Mrs. Benton, Victor Thorley as Landlord, Bruce Dern as Hollis.An out-of-work actor resorts to murder to support himself when his career stalls.
|60||21||"Tombstone for a Derelict"||Elliot Silverstein||Howard Ehrenman||April 5, 1961|
Guest stars: Robert Redford as Baldwin Larne, Dan Morgan as Street Cleaner, William Hinnant as Fred, Don Gentry as Charlie, Polly Rowles as Mrs. Larne, Daniel Jenkins as Josh, Robert Allen as Roger Larne, Sam Capuano as ADA Angelo.Four young men murder derelicts and don Nazi uniforms to "make a statement" about society.
|61||22||"A Memory of Crying"||Alex March||David Chantler, Howard Rodman||April 12, 1961|
|Guest stars: Luther Adler as Willard Manson, Betty Field as Mrs. Kater, Susan Oliver as Jessica Manson, Philip Abbott as Doctor, Thomas A. Carlin as Willard Banes, Frieda Altman as Mrs. Howard, Martine Bartlett as Receptionist.|
|62||23||"New York to L.A."||Elliot Silverstein||Howard Rodman||April 19, 1961|
Guest stars: Martin Balsam as Caldwell Wyatt, Frank Sutton as Franklin Maquon, Edward Asner as Vince Busti, Than Wyenn as Judge Lakewood, Robert Blake as Knox Maquon, Oliver McGowan as Oscar Keswick, Noah Keen as Deputy DA Smith, Richard Shannon as Prestwick, Jon Lormer as Minister, Margo Lundgreen as Eve Busti.Detective Flint travels to Los Angeles to extradite two criminals to New York.
|63||24||"A Very Cautious Boy"||William Graham||Gilbert Ralston||April 26, 1961|
|Guest stars: Peter Falk as Lee Stanton, Ruth White as Mama Ganoulian, William Hansen as Joe Ganoulian, Jeremiah Morris as Emile, Bert Sargent as Roy Baxter, William Duell as Desk Clerk, Mary James as Mrs. Schlesinger, Macha Magarin as Gaby Duclos.|
|64||25||"An Economy of Death"||Boris Sagal||Sy Salkowitz||May 3, 1961|
|Guest stars: Sam Jaffe as Laszlo Lubasz, Leonardo Cimino as Miklos Konya, Sandor Szabo as Gyula Janza, Lilia Skala as Anna Bognar, Lotta Palfi as Maria Lubasz, Muni Seroff as Zoltan Bognar, Lidia Prochinka as Pauline Jansa, Dirk Kooiman as Giorgi Bognar, Bettye Ackerman as Susan Bognar.|
|65||26||"C3H5(NO3)3"||William Graham||Gilbert Ralston||May 10, 1961|
|66||27||"Make-Believe Man"||Elliot Silverstein||Sy Salkowitz||May 17, 1961|
|Guest stars: Nehemiah Persoff as Carlos Roldan, Eduardo Ciannelli as Don Miguel Cordura, Jay Novello as Juan Manguardo, Leonardo Cimino as Julio Verrace, Chester Morris as Frank Manfred, Victor Janquera as Dr. Miguel Cabiro, Remo Pisani as Juan Perez, Sam Gray as Officer Sam Gode, William Beach as Bum #1, Lester Mack as Bum #2, David Greer as Bum #3.|
|67||28||"To Dream Without Sleep"||William Graham||Barry Trivers||May 24, 1961|
|Guest stars: Lois Nettleton as Fran Burney, Fred J. Scollay as Al Horner, Edward Holmes as Max, Bibi Osterwald as Sylvia, Valerie Bettis as Mildred, William Cottrell as Lab Technician, Dortha Duckworth as Mrs. Lowell, Gerry Jedd as Mrs. Horner, Kip McArdle as Waitress, Joseph Warren as Surgeon.|
|68||29||"A Kettle of Precious Fish"||William Conrad||Gilbert Ralston||May 31, 1961|
|Guest stars: Albert Dekker as Samuel Grafton, Gerald Hiken as Doc Fraley, David J. Stewart as Harry Lapen, Russell Collins as Joseph Peavey, Joanna Roos as Mrs. Peavey, Woodrow Parfrey as George Butterwick, James Luisi as Mark Andrews, Jamie E. Smith as Babe Manning, George Mitchell as Al Spangler, Anthony Dawson as Mike Grundy, George L. Smith as Doctor, Anna Minot as Mrs. Bexley, Carl Frank as John Forks, William Daniels as Herbert.|
|69||30||"Sweet Prince of Delancey Street"||Alex March||Sy Salkowitz||June 7, 1961|
Guest stars: James Dunn as Peter Wilkins, Robert Morse as Richie Wilkins, Jan Miner as Rosie Wilkins, Dustin Hoffman as Lester Stinton, Herb Voland as Charlie Bates, Arny Freeman as Atherton, Ted Cory as Polonius, Ann Dee as Queen, Chris Robinson as Policeman.A father and son both claim responsibility for killing a watchman during a jewel robbery.
|70||31||"The Day the Island Almost Sank"||William Conrad||Jerry Thomas||June 14, 1961|
|Guest stars: Paul Hartman as Ben Stringfellow, Roger C. Carmel as Al Buxley, Sam Gray as Detective Goad, Anita Dangler as Myra Wolinsky, Mickey Freeman as Irvin Wolinsky, Matt Crowley as Commissioner Buckley, Sam Capuano as ADA Angelo, Robert Weil as Prisoner, Conrad Bain as Chamber of Commerce Man.|
|71||32||"Take and Put"||Elliot Silverstein||Arnold Ellis, Howard Rodman||June 21, 1961|
|Guest stars: Roland Winters as Aubrey Hacker, Nancy Carroll as Bernice Hacker, William Hinnant as Willis Hacker, Mildred Natwick as Irma Mahoney, Peter Turgeon as Thomas Yale, Joyce Bulifant as Connie Hacker, Fred Stewart as John Thor, Joe Silver as Asst. D.A. Ketton, Erik Rhodes as Gandel.|
Season 3: 1961–62
|No||Ep||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|72||01||"Take Off Your Hat When a Funeral Passes"||Jules Bricken||Howard Rodman, Anthony Spinner||September 27, 1961|
Lt. Parker pressures a mentally unstable man to once again inform on his criminal brother.Notable Location: Beneath the Manhattan side of the Manhattan Bridge
|73||02||"Dead on the Field of Honor"||Jack Smight||Betty Andrews||October 4, 1961|
Guest stars: Joseph Campanella as Detective Dutton, Arlene Golonka as Alma Corgi, Cathleen Nesbitt as Helene Choiseul, Logan Ramsey as Beau Choiseul, Jeremy Slate as Chuck Mullford, Ann Williams as Vivianne Choiseul, Jared Reed as Pete Mardis, Ruth Volner as Spokeswoman, Edward Lane as Ice Cream Vendor, Patricia Keefer as Jenny.A man living a fantasy world of chivalry becomes a menace to those he sees as dishonorable.
|74||03||"The Corpse Ran Down Mulberry Street"||Alex March||Jo Pagano||October 11, 1961|
Guest stars: Nehemiah Persoff as Dominic Venussi, Sorrell Booke as Salvatore Rogero, Joe De Santis as Matt Valentine, John Ramondetta as Angelo Venussi, Al Lewis as Harry McGoglan, Andrew Gerado as Lou, Wendy Waring as Angelina Venussi, Brenda Vaccaro as Rosa Alloro, Sally Gracie as Gracie, Teno Pollick as Anders, Dino Terranova as Alloro.An illegal immigrant smuggling racket and a drug ring are exposed when a man in a coffin turns out to be very much alive.
|75||04||"The Fingers of Henri Tourelle"||Arthur Hiller||Ernest Pendrell||October 18, 1961|
Guest stars: Luther Adler as Henri Tourelle, Nina Foch as Maude Hamilton, Attilia Barbato as Tailor, Jerome Cowan as Carl Terris, Henry Lascoe as Bertrand Rosebrook, Robert Loggia as Ben Tourelle, Michael Tolan as Peter Morrell, Patricia Wheel as Carol Fleishcman, Louis Sorin as Presser, Betty Walker as Forewoman, Richard Ward as Packer.When the head of a fashion studio is found shot to death, almost every one of his underlings had a motive to kill him.
|76||05||"A Wednesday Night Story"||Arthur Hiller||Howard Rodman, Jerome Ross||November 1, 1961|
|Guest stars: Ulla Jacobsson as Karen Gunnarson, David Janssen as Blair Cameron, Constance Ford as Rhonda Cameron, Murray Matheson as Colley, Sorrell Booke as Private Detective, Matt Crowley as Deputy Commissioner, Ernest Graves as Lawyer #1, Noam Pitlik as Lawyer #2, Tommy Battreall as Danny Cameron, Edward Mourehouse as Desk Clerk, Mary Hayden as Maid, Carol Fenner as Secretary.|
|77||06||"The Tragic Success of Alfred Tiloff"||Alex March||Howard Rodman||November 8, 1961|
Guest stars: Jack Klugman as Alfie Tiloff, Jan Sterling as Myrtle Tiloff, Dino di Luca as Alessandro Corbello, Fred J. Scollay as Marty Parlin, Ruth White as Mary Nagler, Gerry Jedd as Dora Baggett, Helen Norden as Elly Baggett, Robert Arnold as Candy Store Man, Sam Schwartz as Resident.A domineering wife convinces her reluctant husband to kidnap a little girl.
|78||07||"Which is Joseph Creeley?"||Arthur Hiller||Gilbert Ralston||November 15, 1961|
Guest stars: Martin Balsam as Joseph Creeley, Murray Hamilton as ADA Matt Orman, Jack Kruschen as Dean Fairland, Woodrow Parfrey as Dr. Manning Wirtz, Bill Gunn as Norbert, Audra Lindley as Mrs. Creeley, Than Wyenn as Judge, Maureen Drew as Nurse, Ruth Newton as Julie Millis, Farrell Pelly as Father Bartholomew.A man scheduled to be executed for murder gets a new trial after a tumor is removed from his brain, erasing his memory and changing his personality.
|79||08||"Show Me the Way to Go Home"||William Graham||Shimon Wincelberg||November 22, 1961|
|Guest stars: Burt Brinckerhoff as Danny Keeling, Lois Nettleton as Marie Mannini, Louise Allbritton as Elva Keeling, Douglas Rodgers as Chuck, Celia Adler as Old Woman, Martha Greenhouse as Woman, Carmen Costi as Pharmacist, Carl Reindel as Shag, Albert Viola as Cab Driver, Rose Gregorio as Puerto Rican Woman, Scott Moore as Wino, Charles Dierkop as Card Player.|
|80||09||"The Hot Minerva"||Paul Wendkos||Ernest Kinoy||November 29, 1961|
Guest stars: Kurt Kasznar as Alcibiades, Glynis Johns as Miss Arlington, Gerald Hiken as Arthur Gerald, William Redfield as Phillip Weaver, Mitchell Ryan as Quayle, Rebecca Sand as Laura, Johnny Seven as Stitch, Jamie E. Smith as Marty, Sorrell Booke as Doctor, Graham Velsey as Henry, Brandon Maggart as Mullet, Eugene Roche as Plainclothesman, Chris Robinson as Detective on Bus.
Two would-be criminals steal a priceless statue in hopes of selling it to a wealthy collector--and find themselves way over their heads.Notable Location: 79th Street Boat Basin
|81||10||"Requiem for a Sunday Afternoon"||Paul Nickell||Howard Rodman||December 6, 1961|
|82||11||"Ooftus Goofus"||Arthur Hiller||Jo Pagano, Howard Rodman||December 13, 1961|
|83||12||"Bridge Party"||William Conrad||Gilbert Ralston||December 27, 1961|
Guest stars: James Barton as Tom Dobbins, Fred Clark as Grainger, Albert Dekker as Herbert Warick, Ruth McDevitt as Abbie Dobbins, Joe Sweeney as Jacob Morrison, Dan Tobin as Charles Banning, House Jameson as Donald Chavers, Monroe Arnold as Ben Fenton, Chanin Hale as Miss Webb.An elderly man challenges a railroad company when they refuse to honor an agreement made long ago with his family.
|84||13||"The Face of the Enemy"||William Graham||Lou Shaw, Peggy Shaw||January 3, 1962|
Guest stars: Jack Warden as Neil Daggett, Eileen Fulton as Janie Daggett, Conrad Fowkes as John, Kim Hunter as Edna Daggett, Sorrell Booke as Hawk, Ralph Stantley as Hank, Sylvia Miles as Barfly, Joseph Reardon as Davey Daggett.An unbalanced World War 2 hero unable to put his life back together goes on a killing spree.
|85||14||"Portrait of a Painter"||David Lowell Rich||Mel Goldberg, Howard Rodman||January 10, 1962|
Guest stars: William Shatner as Roger Barner, Theodore Bikel as Dr. Stanley Wilford, Barry Morse as Silliphant, Lou Antonio as Ernie, Edward McNally as Doorman, Len Birman as Dr. Clyde, Edward Lane as Waiter, Jim Boles as Turnkey, Doris Rich as Woman, Joe Silver as Man.When an artist awakes and finds his wife murdered, he believes he committed the crime.
|86||15||"The Night the Saints Lost Their Halos"||Elliot Silverstein||Abram S. Ginnes||January 17, 1962|
Guest stars: Jo Van Fleet as Dr. Anna Chaloupka, Martin Sheen as Phil Kasnick, George Voskovec as Jack Selken, Peter Fonda as Joey Selken, Eli Mintz as Watchman, Janet Fox as Female Patient, Charles Bolender as Mugasha.
When the son of a close friend is involved with a robbery, a woman doctor tries to shield him from the law.Notable Locations: Coney Island, Steeplechase Park
|87||16||"The Contract"||Paul Mitchell||Howard Rodman||January 24, 1962|
Guest stars: Khigh Dhiegh as Wong, Pilar Seurat as Lotus Tze, James Shigeta as James Kam, Abraham Sofaer as Ling Tsiang, Bill Lazarus as Smith, Conrad Yama as Busboy, Robert Allen as Chief Attorney, Edward Chan as Cook, H. T. Hsiang as Ancient, Robert Weil as Bettor, Carl York as Assistant D. A.
When a young Chinese woman is found dead, both her suitors claim responsibility for her murder.Notable Locations: Chinatown, Manhattan, Queensboro Bridge
|88||17||"One of the Most Important Men in the Whole World"||Paul Nickell||Howard Rodman||January 31, 1962|
Guest stars: Jennifer Billingsley as Helen, Richard Conte as Phil Clifford, Myron McCormick as Christian Marlow, Eugene Roche as ADA Smith, Anne Seymour as Beatrice Shaw, William Traylor as Melvin Shaw, Brad Herrman as Allen Clifford, Barnard Hughes as Judge, Doris Roberts as Miss Tresan, John D. Seymour as Ryas.
A gangster tries to bribe, then intimidate a teacher into giving his son a passing grade.(Note: this episode does not feature an opening narration.)
|89||18||"A Case Study of Two Savages"||William Graham||Frank R. Pierson||February 7, 1962|
Guest stars: Rip Torn as Ansel Boake, Tuesday Weld as Ora Mae Youngham, Audra Lindley as Mrs. Youngham, William Cottrell as Lab Technician, Russell Hardie as Sheriff Fulcher, Rosetta Bain as Mrs. Arcaro, Joseph Beruh as Joe Arcaro, Pat Malone as Riley, Charles Dierkop as Junkyard Worker.In an episode inspired by Charles Starkweather's 1959 killing spree (which is mentioned in the episode), a backwoods couple leave a trail of murders behind when they arrive in Manhattan and shoot Sgt. Arcaro.
|90||19||"Let Me Die Before I Wake"||Paul Nickell||Abram S. Ginnes||February 14, 1962|
Guest stars: Jack Klugman as Joe Galageras, James Farentino as Ben Galageras, Michael Constantine as Vito Galageras, Louis Guss as Angelo, Joanne Linville as Rosie Galageras, Paul Stevens as Nick Corvine, Albert Viola as Phil, Sheila Copelan as Carol Felster, Tresa Hughes as Mother, Dorothy Rice as Jane, Arnold Soboloff as Attuzzi, Charles White as Priest, Sorrell Booke as Detective.A hit-and-run attempt on a beloved neighborhood figure suffering from agoraphobia reveals a web of suspicion and unfaithfulness.
|91||20||"To Walk Like a Lion"||Robert Gist||Howard Rodman||February 28, 1962|
Guest stars: Peter Von Zerneck as Hotel Manager, Orson Bean as Arnold Platt, Barbara Barrie as Rosalind Faber, Karen Steele as Grace Harvey, Vaughn Taylor as J. Milton Turpin, Mae Questel as Annette Faber, Alexandra Berlin as 1st Roommate, Carolyn Groves as 2nd Roommate, Edward Lane as Bellboy, Ben Dova as Tailor, Sally Gracie as Brenda.A meek man confesses to embezzling money from his employer to pay for his mother's healthcare, and offers to pay it back - but everyone wants him to keep the money!
|92||21||"Today the Man Who Kills Ants is Coming"||Robert Gist||Howard Rodman, Kenneth M. Rosen||March 7, 1962|
Guest stars: John Larch as John Clinton, Geraldine Fitzgerald as Lillian Clinton, Roger C. Carmel as Lowell Newton, Godfrey Cambridge as Detective Carlisle, Susie Fitzgerald as Kathy Clinton, Milt Kamen as Officer Novi, Jimmy Little as Sgt. Moroni, Jim Greene as Prisoner, Bill McNally as Johnny Clinton, Carmen Costi as Patrolman, Ed Crowley as Pharmacist, Alfred Hinckley as Officer Eckert.A patrolman suffering a nervous breakdown takes the precinct hostage.
|93||22||"A Run for the Money"||David Lowell Rich||Howard Rodman||March 14, 1962|
Guest stars: Eli Wallach as George Manin, Keenan Wynn as Bodram Bogota, Lois Nettleton as Sara Applinger, Jimmy Little as Desk Sergeant, Remo Pisani as Houseman, Lou Criscuolo as Picklebarrel, Jim Beard as Dice Player, Chris Bohn as Dutton, Chuck Bruce as Detective Ragaway, Pierre Epstein as Desk Clerk, Alex Freeman as Dice Player, Frank Marth as Man, Robert Weil as Henny.An hit man on the run from the police and the mob takes a gambler on a hot streak hostage in the hope the man will win enough money to finance his leaving the country.
|94||23||"The One Marked Hot Gives Cold"||David Lowell Rich||Abram S. Ginnes||March 21, 1962|
Guest stars: Robert Duvall as Francis Childe, Edward Andrews as William Childe, Peter Collins as Harry Padgett, Laurie Heineman as Aggie Padgett, Doris Rich as Mrs. Bell, Madeleine Sherwood as Mrs. Wilson, Jean Muir as Mrs. Lund, Marilyn Lovell as Ginny Padgett, Stuart Damon as Ltjg. Marks.A petty theft at an orphanage leads to a man with a troubled - and violent - past.
|95||24||"Without Stick or Sword"||Paul Stanley||Lester Pine||March 28, 1962|
|96||25||"Lament for a Dead Indian"||Robert Gist||Joel Carpenter||April 11, 1962|
Guest stars: Peter Falk as Frank O'Hearn, Neville Brand as Joe Brothers, Leonardo Cimino as Alberto Russo, Dino di Luca as Nick Russo, George Mathews as Jim Mulroy, Anita Dangler as Sheila O'Banyon, Louise Sorel as Girl #1, Judie Carroll as Girl #2, Nickolas Bianchi as Johnny.An American Indian, just released from prison, travels to New York to convince his army buddy to give up his criminal lifestyle
|97||26||"The Sweetly Smiling Face of Truth"||James Sheldon||Gilbert Ralston||April 25, 1962|
Guest stars: Nina Foch as Kitty Lamson, Lincoln Kilpatrick as Cappy Fleers, Patrick O'Neal as Roy Pressfield, Lonny Chapman as Asst. DA Smith, Shirl Conway as Emma Pressfield, Allan Frank as Kitty's Lawyer, Melville Ruick as Pressfield's Lawyer, Jacob Kalich as Danny Froken, Ruth Volner as Rosa.Did he fall or was he pushed? The death of a show biz agent casts a shadow on an egotistical actress, a philandering husband and the chauffeur who witnessed the incident.
|98||27||"...And If Any Are Frozen, Warm Them..."||Robert Gist||Abram S. Ginnes||May 9, 1962|
Guest stars: Akim Tamiroff as Demetru Lupescu, Nehemiah Persoff as Berco Romano, Lilia Skala as Valeria Lupescu, Ludwig Donath as Stefan, Louis Zorich as Sam, Al Lewis as Mr. Tanner, Bibi Osterwald as Bartender, Janet Fox as Witness, George McCoy as Police Officer, Lotte Andor as Bridesmaid.A Rumanian uses his wedding as a distraction to rob an old rival.
|99||28||"Strike a Statue"||John Newland||Roland Wolpert, Howard Rodman||May 16, 1962|
Guest stars: George C. Scott as Kermit Garrison, Paul Richards as Joseph Irona, Lois Smith as Dawn Garrison, Dean Stolber as Oliver Colfax, Dana Elcar as Varney, James Patterson as Carver, Carmen Filpi as Rioter.A sculptor refuses to stop working on a statue of his homeland's dictator, even when threats are made against his life. (Note: There is no opening narration in this episode.)
|100||29||"The Multiplicity of Herbert Konish"||David Lowell Rich||Ernest Kinoy||May 23, 1962|
Guest stars: Jean Stapleton as Marilyn Konish, David Wayne as Herbert Konish, Nancy Marchand as Esther Lindall, Wayne Maxwell as Peter, Francis Compton as Morris, Jane Hoffman as Mrs. Hagerson, William Le Massena as Hanley, Marsha Rivers as Sketcher, Frederick Rolf as Guitarist.
The detectives are confounded when they discover a mild-mannered office worker is simultaneously leading four secret lives.Notable location: the original Pennsylvania Station (1910–1963)
|101||30||"The King of Venus Will Take Care of You"||David Lowell Rich||Joel Carpenter||May 30, 1962|
|102||31||"The Rydecker Case"||John Brahm||Gene Roddenberry||June 6, 1962|
Guest stars: Martin Gabel as Jerry Brayson, Kathryn Hays as Beth Rydecker, Michael Tolan as Asst. DA Ricardo Gardillo, Carol Eve Rossen as Nancy Hooper, Paul Stevens as Judge, Curtis Taylor as Paul Pireaux, Edward Lane as Charles Pinger, Ruth Ford as Mrs. Rydecker, Peter Turgeon as Kangdon.Detective Flint finds his motives and behavior questioned at the trial of a wealthy young woman he's arrested for drug use and reckless driving, .
|103||32||"Memory of a Red Trolley Car"||Lawrence Doheny||Abram S. Ginnes||June 13, 1962|
Guest stars: Gladys Cooper as Mrs. Johns, Joseph Campanella as Dr. Rutland, Barry Morse as Ernest Johns, Beatrice Straight as Ann Johns, Joseph Macauley as Professor Enright, Sid Raymond as Max, Peg Murray as Risa, Frank Schofield as Dr. Branson.
A college professor, exposed to a dangerous chemical tries to separate truth from fantasy about his past.Notable Location: Freedomland U.S.A., a short lived amusement park located in the N.Y.C. borough The Bronx.
|104||33||"Goodbye Mama, Hello Auntie Maud"||Robert Gist||Sy Salkowitz||June 20, 1962|
Guest stars: Salome Jens as Ellen Annis, Carroll O'Connor as Owen Oliver, Dorothy Blackburn as Mrs. Annis, James Coburn as Harry Brind, Irene Dailey as Aunt Maud, Sam Gray as Lt. Berson, House Jameson as Benford, Barbara Davis as Carrie, John J. Martin as Sgt. Devlon.A chauffeur kills the elderly woman he works for in order to marry her daughter--who is being blackmailed by the butler for supposedly committing the crime.
Season 4: 1962–63
The fourth season was the last for Naked City and started on September 19, 1962 with the episode Hold for Gloria Christmas. A total of 34 episodes were produced for this last season, which ran from September 1962 through May 1963.
|No||Ep||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|105||01||"Hold for Gloria Christmas"||Walter Grauman||Joel Carpenter||September 19, 1962|
Guest stars: Alan Alda as Poet in Bar, Burgess Meredith as Duncan Kleist, Jessica Walter as Woman in Bar, Herschel Bernardi as Stanley Dorkner, Eileen Heckart as Mildred Pepper, John Lasell as Sheldon, Barbara Dana as Beverly, Sanford Meisner as Kip Harris, Richard S. Castellano as Bartender, Lou Gilbert as Blind News Vendor, Candace Hilligoss as Mrs. Harris, Henderson Forsythe as Dr. Hennickson.The investigation into the murder of a Greenwich Village Beat poet reveals a life of tragic self-destruction. (Note: The Marvel comics introducing The Amazing Spider-man(Amazing Fantasy #15) and Thor (Marvel Comics) (Journey into Mystery #83) are displayed prominently in scenes taking place at a newsstand; these issues in all likelihood were actually on sale when the episode was filmed sometime in the late spring or early summer of 1962.)
|106||02||"Idylls of a Running Back"||John Peyser||Ernest Kinoy||September 26, 1962|
Guest stars: Aldo Ray as Elvin Rhodes, William Daniels as Harry Culverin, Coley Wallace as Pixie Gates, Sandy Dennis as Eleanor Hubber, Joe Silver as Asst. D.A. Ketton, Nancy Wickwire as Norma Rhodes, Philip Sterling as Officer Schulberg, Bob Romann as Tony Cavalejo.An obsessed fan shoots the pro football star she's in love with.
|107||03||"Daughter, Am I in My Father's House?"||David Lowell Rich||Shimon Wincelberg||October 3, 1962|
Guest stars: Dan Duryea as Clyde Royd, Barbara Harris as Helga Royd, Marco St. John as Dom Capano, Frank Campanella as Capano, Harold Gaetano as Police Officer, Jimmy Little as Desk Sergeant, Naura Hayden as Actress on Screen, Charles Dierkop as Youth on Street.A rage-filled father tries to "protect" his daughter by attacking young men he believes are threatening her. (Note: There is no opening narration to this episode.)
|108||04||"And By the Sweat of Thy Brow..."||Irvin Kershner||Abram S. Ginnes||October 10, 1962|
|109||05||"Kill Me While I'm Young So I Can Die Happy"||Denis Sanders||Abram S. Ginnes||October 17, 1962|
Guest stars: Maureen Stapleton as Ruth Cullan, Rosetta Bain as Mrs. Arcaro, Joseph Beruh as Joe Arcaro, Franklin Cover as Jergens, Karl Held as Assistant District Attorney, House Jameson as Judge, Jan Miner as Superintendent, Tom Geraghty as Winters.The detectives try to help a troubled woman after her suicide attempt.
|110||06||"Five Cranks for Winter... Ten Cranks for Spring"||Paul Stanley||Stirling Silliphant||October 24, 1962|
Guest stars: Robert Duvall as Johnny Meigs, Herschel Bernardi as Gus Slate, Shirley Knight as Kathy Meigs, Ludwig Donath as Doc Benton, Hy Anzell as Muzzo, Stefan Gierasch as Weller, Maxwell Glanville as Lars, Pete Gumeny as Handler, Sid Raymond as Bartender, Richard Roat as Dr. Lee Harper, Robert Weil as Prisoner, Remo Pisani as Bookie, Charles Dierkop as Suspect.A gambler takes advantage of a boxer desperate for money to help his wife achieve her dream. (Note: there is no opening narration to this episode.)
|111||07||"Go Fight City Hall"||David Lowell Rich||Ben Maddow||October 31, 1962|
|112||08||"Torment Him Much and Hold Him Long"||Robert Gist||Stirling Silliphant||November 7, 1962|
Guest stars: Robert Duvall as Barney Sonners, Sandy Baron as Charlie Briggs, Barbara Loden as Penny Sonners, Alfred Ryder as Link Toland, Jesse White as Harold Slate, Murray Matheson as Harold Lowenson, Eddie Hyans as Cab Criver, Donnie Melvin as Keith Sonners.An informant finds his life and family threatened when his information prevents a robbery.
|113||09||"Make It Fifty Dollars and Add Love to Nona"||George Sherman||Shimon Wincelberg||November 14, 1962|
|Guest stars: Luther Adler as Kovar, Roxanne Arlen as Nona Kovar, Ed Begley as Jimmy Fenton, William Lanteau as Chiles, Alex Cord as Nick Kovar, Grania O'Malley as Mrs. Kitchwell.|
|114||10||"A Horse Has a Big Head – Let Him Worry!"||Denis Sanders||Abram S. Ginnes||November 21, 1962|
|Guest stars: Sorrell Booke as Leventhal, Diahann Carroll as Ruby Jay, Audra Lindley as Mrs. Denton, John Megna as Harold Denton, Graham Jarvis as Denton, Lou Gilbert as Green, Luke Halpin as Kid, Ava Marie Megna as Helen, Tommy Norden as Blind Boy.|
|115||11||"Dust Devil on a Quiet Street"||George Sherman||Howard Rodman||November 28, 1962|
Guest stars: Richard Basehart as Lester Bergson, Robert Walker, Jr. as Neil McCaw, Barbara Barrie as Marcia Komack, Peter Helm as Ken Elson, Martin Sheen as Counterman, Ed Preble as 1st Businessman, John C. Becher as 2nd Businessman, Ken Kercheval as Acting Student.Is an acting student performing when he portrays a psychotic menace - or is he revealing his true self?
|116||12||"The Virtues of Madame Douvay"||Robert Gist||Paula Fox||December 5, 1962|
Guest stars: Denise Darcel as Madeline Douvay, Chana Eden as Angelique, Nico Minardos as Moktir, Claude Dauphin as Roger Douvay, Francois Flamano as Marius, Robert Dryden as Police Surgeon, Michael Enserro as Vegetable Vendor, Harold Gary as Superintendent, George S. Irving as Butcher.The murder of their chef doesn't stop the couple owning the restaurant from their bickering - or flirting with others.
|117||13||"King Stanislaus and the Knights of the Round Stable"||James Sheldon||Abram S. Ginnes||December 12, 1962|
|Guest stars: Jack Klugman as Pete Kannick, John Larch as Steve Werminski, Joanna Merlin as Gloria Werminski, Rosetta Bain as Mrs. Arcaro, Sybil Bowan as Mrs. Comely, Michael Gorrin as Father Thaddeus.|
|118||14||"Spectre of the Rose Street Gang"||James Sheldon||Alvin Sargent, Jerry Gruskin||December 19, 1962|
Guest stars: Jack Warden as Sam Langan, Carroll O'Connor as Tony Corran, Roger C. Carmel as Al Gurdine, Joseph Sullivan as Arthur Flake, Bethel Leslie as Amy Langan, Patricia Wheel as Eleanor Corran, Otto Lohmann as Jelly Yates, Ludmila Toretzka as Mrs. Doxoras.The discovery of a body buried 25 years earlier reunites the friends responsible for his death - and threatens to expose their guilt.
|119||15||"Don't Knock It Till You've Tried It"||Alex March||Joel Carpenter||December 26, 1962|
Guest stars: Walter Matthau as Dr. Max Lewine, Sally Gracie as Bixie, Joan Copeland as Beverly Lewine, Patricia Englund as Meredith, Dorothy Sands as Mother, Cynthia Belgrave as Cleaning Lady, Lou Criscuolo as Tyrone, Al Toigo as Walter.A married man's fling with a Las Vegas showgirl takes a bizarre turn when she follows him back to New York--and takes him prisoner at gunpoint.
|120||16||"Her Life in Moving Pictures"||George Sherman||Howard Rodman, Sidney Boehm||January 2, 1963|
|Guest stars: Bradford Dillman as Roger Fallon, Eileen Heckart as Virginia Cort, Frances Heflin as Josephine Hendon, House Jameson as Whitworth, Richard Nichols as Butler, Irene Windust as Mrs. Whitworth.|
|121||17||"Robin Hood and Clarence Darrow, They Went Out with Bow and Arrow"||Stuart Rosenberg||Abram S. Ginnes||January 9, 1962|
Guest stars: Eddie Albert as Earl Johannis, Harry Davis as Harry Abraham, Christopher Walken as Chris Johannis, Paul O'Keefe as Jack Johannis, Theo Goetz as Old Man, Arlene Golonka as Carol, Henry Lascoe as McNeil, Michael Strong as Henry, Michael Baseleon as Blair, Alix Elias as Carhop, Ellen Madison as Gaby, Sylvia Miles as 1st Woman, Michael Parks as Tank.A liquor store owner risks his life to set a trap for the thieves who have been robbing other liquor stores in the neighborhood and killing their owners.
|122||18||"The Apple Falls Not Far from the Tree"||William Graham||Arnold Perl, Lester Pine||January 23, 1963|
Guest stars: Keir Dullea as Les Gerard, Roy Poole as Wells, Alexander Scourby as Walter Gerard, Mart Hulswit as Ron, Louise Platt as Eileen Gerard, Ralph Williams as Buddy, Gar Smith as 1st Doorman, Robert Fitzsimmons as 2nd Doorman, John D. Seymour as Ansted, Claudia Morgan as Mrs. Ansted, Carmen Caridi as Elevator Operator.An overprivileged young man and his buddies rob his parents' wealthy friends for kicks. (Note: there is no opening narration to this episode.)
|123||19||"Beyond This Place There Be Dragons"||George Sherman||Shimon Wincelberg||January 30, 1963|
Guest stars: Frank Gorshin as Alan Starkie, Hilda Brawner as Polly, Val Avery as Franco, Sorrell Booke as Fentus, Richard Shepard as Soldier, Charles Tyner as Veyo, Louis Zorich as Manos, Jimmy Little as Desk Sergeant, Barry Newman as Cab Driver.An informant desperately tries to raise enough money to leave the city when discovers gangsters are going to murder him.
|124||20||"A Man Without a Skin"||George Sherman||Abram S. Ginnes||February 6, 1963|
Guest stars: George Segal as Jerry Costell, Gabriel Dell as Willie Corbin, Dana Elcar as Al Boris, Paul Larson as Hank Mulvaney, Carolyn Groves as Diane, Barbara Hayes as Carlotta Corbin, Jimmy Little as Sgt. Higgins, John Dorman as Charlie, James Pritchett as Policeman.A detective addicted to taking dangerous chances puts the lives of the other detectives at risk
|125||21||"Prime of Life"||Walter Grauman||Stirling Silliphant||February 13, 1963|
Guest stars: Barnard Hughes as Older Reporter, Gene Hackman as Jasper, Dort Clark as Tom Hanson, Richard Hamilton as Phillip Hames, Russell Hardie as Chief Guard, George L. Smith as Lt. Otel, Jack Stamberger as Father Donovan, Howard Wierum as Judge, Chris Gampel as Warden Darrell, Charles Dierkop as Symphony Audience Member.Flint is unnerved when he is called upon to witness the execution of the violent criminal he arrested.
|126||22||"Bringing Far Places Together"||Irvin Kershner||Howard Rodman||February 20, 1963|
Guest stars: Alejandro Rey as Jaime Socorro, Victor Janquera as Patillas, Albert Henderson as Patrolman, Coco Ramirez as Isabel Socorro, Zvee Scooler as Aaron, John S. Ragin as Warstein, Lawrence Fletcher as Deputy Commissioner Belding.An immigrant desperate for work gives his last $50 to a con artist who promises to find him a job.
|127||23||"The Highest of Prizes"||James Sheldon||Arnold Perl||February 27, 1963|
Guest stars: Jean Stapleton as Mrs. Trellis, Robert Culp as Richard Calder, Joanne Linville as Eunice Vail, Akim Tamiroff as Emil Pappas, Gerald S. O'Loughlin as Hackett, M'el Dowd as Laura Haynes, Joan Potter as Myra Calder.The lone holdout in a murder trial tries to convince his fellow jurors the prosecution lacks evidence "beyond a reasonable doubt" to convict the defendant.
|128||24||"Alive and Still a Second Lieutenant"||Ralph Senensky||Shimon Wincelberg||March 6, 1963|
Guest stars: Robert Sterling as Jason Colwell, Jon Voight as Victor Binks, Hilda Brawner as Paula Doremus, House Jameson as Terwilliger, Luis Van Rooten as Binks, Joseph Leon as Moegli, Allan Rich as Cab Driver.A frustrated low-level executive accidentally kills a man in a fight over a parking space.
|129||25||"Stop the Parade, a Baby is Crying!"||William Graham||Abram S. Ginnes||March 20, 1963|
|130||26||"On the Battlefront, Every Minute Is Important"||Robert Ellis Miller||Howard Rodman||March 27, 1963|
Guest stars: Kurt Kasznar as Corsica, David Janssen as Carl Ashland, Leonardo Cimino as Sid Kitka, John Dutra as Phillip Seaver, Lloyd Hubbard as Jelgava, James Dukas as Truck Driver, Sid Raymond as Elevator Operator.Flint's investigation into a bungled robbery takes him into the advertising world - and to a surprising job offer.
|131||27||"Howard Running Bear is a Turtle"||Harry Harris||Alvin Sargent||April 3, 1963|
Guest stars: Perry Lopez as Howard Running Bear, Piper Laurie as Marie Highmark, Juano Hernandez as Oscar Loon, Paul Richards as Joseph Highmark, Cicely Tyson as Darlene Knox, William Le Massena as Thomanini, Chet London as George Masters, Anita Dangler as Maidie Craven, Pete Gumeny as Castigan, Doris Rich as Mrs. Highmark, Mickey Freeman as Bartender.Flint's investigation into the death of a high-rise construction worker is stymied by the code of silence of the dead man's native American co-workers.
|132||28||"No Naked Ladies in Front of Giovanni's House!"||Ralph Senensky||Abram S. Ginnes||April 17, 1963|
Guest stars: Harry Guardino as Ben Giovanni, Marisa Pavan as Francesca, Al Lewis as Mr. Carrari, Augusta Merighi as Celia, Jonathan Lippe as Brain Trust, Gerry Matthews as Brain Trust, Joe Silver as Dean of Admissions, Fay Bernard as Mrs. Carrari, Tom Brannum as Brain Trust, Tom Slater as Brain Trust.An insecure man struggles to escape from the shadow of his domineering late father who robbed him of his self-confidence.
|133||29||"Carrier"||James Sheldon||Ernest Kinoy||April 24, 1963|
Guest stars: Sandy Dennis as Lorraine Kirshwood, Donnie Melvin as Joey Dunnahan, Bruce Gordon as Dr. Sorensteen, Anthony Zerbe as Phil Karshow, Sam Gray as Sol Chaplin, Estelle Evans as Crossing Guard, John Horn as Freddy Eauchant, Bibi Osterwald as Grace, Peter Morelli as Alan.The police race to find a woman carrying a rare disease.
|134||30||"Color Schemes Like Never Before"||Ralph Senensky||Alvin Sargent||May 1, 1963|
|Guest stars: Lou Antonio as Charlie Tepperoni, Carol Eve Rossen as Gladys Hopper, Johnny Seven as Carmine Tepperoni, Neva Patterson as Miss Morley, Eugene Roche as George, Remo Pisani as Nicholas, David Hooks as Arnold, Ron Weyland as Lester.|
|135||31||"The S.S. American Dream"||Allen H. Miner||Frank R. Pierson||May 8, 1963|
|Guest stars: John Larch as George Paraskis, Madeleine Sherwood as Grace Paraskis, Percy Rodriguez as Millard Jeffers, Roger C. Carmel as Quist, Edward Whaley as Robby Jeffers, Charles Tyner as Apples, Michael Dana as Roark, Gretchen Wyler as Ruth, Charles Gilfeather as Officer Jarman, Joe Santos as Man on Street.|
|136||32||"One, Two, Three, Rita Rakahowski"||Robert Ellis Miller||Joel Carpenter||May 15, 1963|
|Guest stars: Carol Eve Rossen as Rita Rakahowski, Nehemiah Persoff as Griffin, Anthony Franciosa as Gorilla, Alice Ghostley as Clara, Richard Ward as Nova Scotia, Lou Criscuolo as Tomasola, Marilyn Lovell as Miss Tilton, Howard Mann as Officer Durkin.|
|137||33||"Golden Lads and Girls"||William Graham||Ernest Kinoy||May 22, 1963|
|Guest stars: Elizabeth Allen as Laura Lanning, Norma Connolly as Pearl Wystemski, Mike Kellin as Louis Wystemski, Murray Matheson as Martin Hilliard, Tom Bosley as Judge, Robert Webber as Gordon Lanning, Anna Berger as Miss Delahanty, Sam Greene as Fire Lieutenant, Lincoln Kilpatrick as Bailiff, Fred J. Scollay as Dr. Winford, Harold Gary as Gatilla, Irene Kane as Miss Hilton, Patti Keefer as Sally Lanning, Jessica Walter as Upstairs Maid.|
|138||34||"Barefoot on a Bed of Coals"||James Sheldon||Shimon Wincelberg||May 29, 1963|
|Guest stars: Elizabeth Allen as Ola Martin, Dustin Hoffman as Finney, Steven Hill as Stanley Walenty, Zohra Lampert as Clara Espuella, Henry Lascoe as Quale, Mitchell Ryan as Paul Tamarind, Mickey Freeman as Costumer, John C. Becher as Reporter, Mel Stuart as Man on Street, Ramon Bieri as Patrolman.|
The series won four Emmys out of 15 nominations it received during its run. The wins were two for Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Television, for Harry Coswick, Aaron Nibley and Milton Shifman in 1961 and for Nibley, Hugh Chaloupka and Charles L. Freeman in 1962, and two for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in 1962 and 1963, both for John S. Priestley.
Naked City also received Emmy nominations for Best Dramatic Series - Less Than One Hour in 1959; Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Drama in 1961, 1962 and 1963; Paul Burke for Outstanding Continuing Performance by an Actor in a Series in 1962 and 1963; Horace McMahon for Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role by an Actor in 1962; Arthur Hiller for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama; Nancy Malone for Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role by an Actress in 1963; and Diahann Carroll for Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in 1963.
Between 2003 and 2006 Image Entertainment, under license from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, released a series of single-disc releases containing four of the hour-long episodes per disc, followed by three releases billed as "Box Set" 1 to 3, each of which contained three discs and 12 hour episodes, with their original commercials and sponsors' slots included as bonus features. These releases are now out of print. Early 2013 saw the release of a 10-disc "Best of Naked City" set containing 40 episodes, all of which had been included on the earlier DVDs, and "Naked City: 20 Star-Filled Episodes", a five-disc set with 10 more re-releases and 10 previously unreleased shows. It included two half-hour episodes, the earlier series' first appearance on DVD. None of these releases attempted to present the show in chronological order; their contents appeared to have been selected for the episodes' famous guest stars, whose names were prominently featured on their covers and other packaging.
In July 2011, Retro Television Network started airing episodes of both the 30- and 60-minute versions of Naked City. In October 2011, Me-TV started carrying the hour-long show airing it weekly overnight, and in mid-2013 started showing two of the 30 minute episodes back to back.
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