Naked City

Season 3 Episode 20

To Walk Like a Lion

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Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Feb 28, 1962 on ABC
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To Walk Like a Lion
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Timid Arnold Platt has embezzled $7,400.00 from the bank where he works to pay for his ailing mother's medical expenses and funeral. After his theft is discovered, a friend persuades him to go out and have the time of his life before turning himself into the police.moreless

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  • Below standards episode with a few familiar faces.

    7.8
    Although this is a episode that entertains, when compared to other Naked City episodes it is slightly below their high standard of excellence.



    The main character Arnold Platt is portrayed by Orson Bean who it better known for his frequent game shows panelist appearances. It is a treat to see Mae Questel-the voice of Betty Boop, Olive Oyl and many other cartoon voices, she plays the part of Arnold girlfriend's mother, Mrs. Faber. Barbara Barrie portrays Rosalinda Faber, Platt's girlfriend. Barrie subsequently played Mrs. Barney Miller, another NYC based cop show, as of late she's been on several Law & Order and SVU chapters. The most beautiful Karen Steele has a small but important role as an airline stewardess(using the term of the show epoch)who befriends Arnold Platt at the race track.



    There's a great line in this episode, when Lt. Parker wants Sgt. Arcaro to follow Platt's girl, he tells him, "don't lose her or you'll be patrolling the other side of Staten Island and that's the Atlantic Ocean", hmmmm that's where Detective Logan of Law & order was banished to after he punched a corrupt politico.moreless
Nancy Malone

Nancy Malone

Libby (1960-1963)

Harry Bellaver

Harry Bellaver

Sgt. Frank Arcaro

Horace McMahon

Horace McMahon

Lt. Michael Parker

Paul Burke

Paul Burke

Det. Adam Flint (1960-1963)

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