Naked City

Season 1 Episode 1

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Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Sep 30, 1958 on ABC
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When Lt. Dan Muldoon and Det. Jim Halloran are summoned to the New York Coliseum to investigate a hostage situation, they discover 2 teenagers willing to shoot it out rather then surrendering. As the plot thickens Lt. Muldoon designs a plan to capture the teens and free the hostages.moreless

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    Harry Bellaver

    Harry Bellaver

    Sgt. Frank Arcaro

    John McIntire

    John McIntire

    Lt. Dan Muldoon (1958-1959)

    Suzanne Storrs

    Suzanne Storrs

    Janet Halloran (1958-1959)

    James Franciscus

    James Franciscus

    Det. Jim Halloran (1958-1959)

    Joey Walsh

    Joey Walsh

    Lefty Hawkins

    Guest Star

    Alison Marshall

    Alison Marshall

    Debbie

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    Pat De Simone

    Pat De Simone

    Arturo Gutierrez

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      • This introduction for the series' premiere episode was used in every subsequent episode throughout its inaugural season.

        "Ladies and gentlemen. You are about to see the Naked City. I'm Bert Leonard the producer.

        As you can see we're flying over an island, a city, a particular city...and this is the story of a number of people, a story also of the city itself. It was not photographed in the studio, on the contrary.

      • The opening credit sequence used in Season One, a view of Lower Manhattan from a helicopter flying north and continuing towards Midtown and Uptown, along with the narration is duplicated from the 1948 film, "The Naked City" which the series is based on.

        The signature closing statement by the series narrator, "There are 8 million stories in the naked city, this has been one of them" is also replicated from the movie.

        Season One's narrator was the series' creator and Executive Producer, Herbet B. Leonard.

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