Naked City

A Case Study of Two Savages

Season 3, Ep 18, Aired 2/7/62
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  • Episode Description
  • Two Arkansas hillbillies arrive in New York and begin committing senseless acts of mayhem and violence including the shooting of Sergeant Frank Arcaro.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Nancy Malone

    Libby (1960-1963)

  • Harry Bellaver

    Sgt. Frank Arcaro

  • Horace McMahon

    Lt. Michael Parker

  • Paul Burke

    Det. Adam Flint (1960-1963)

  • Rip Torn

    Ansel Beake

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (4)

    • Narrator Lawrence Dobkin: Fifteen thousand years ago, man came out of the caves. Today, whenever we encounter the violence and savagery that belonged to those times, all we can do is marvel on how far the human race has come in only fifteen thousand years.

    • Mike Parker: Sit tight! Adam Flint: I can't, I got to do something! Mike Parker: Sit tight! That is the difference between a man and a boy. A man is somebody that when there is nothing to do, that is what he does, nothing!

    • Adam Flint: Mike, what do we do now? Mike Parker: First, we get out an all points and then we will take it easy. Adam Flint: Take it easy? Mike Parker: Adam, use your head. When there is a plan or a motivation you got something to go on. But this, this is spontaneous combustion.

    • Adam Flint: Two days ago, on a corner in front of a drug store, it was in the morning. There was a car behind you, there was a man tooting his horn, your husband ran out shot and killed him. There was another man too, he was talking to you, he was a police officer, your husband shot him also, why? Ora Mae Youngham: I don't know, just for the hell of it, I guess. You know.

    Allusions (1)

    • Mike Parker: (Addressing Adam Flint) Do you remember Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow? This is an allusion to the notorious crime partners of the Great Depression.

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