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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) inspired the series Route 66, created by Stirling Silliphant.
While the book is well regarded by fans of the series, it has long been out of print.The 1960 version featured Paul Burke as Detective Adam Flint, a sensitive and cerebral policeman in his early thirties. Silliphant wrote the first three episodes of Naked City's second season, then did not write any further episodes until he wrote three episodes for season four.Those employed as writers of Naked City episodes during seasons 2, 3 and 4 included veteran TV writer Howard Rodman (who also served as story editor), blacklisted screenwriter Arnold Manoff (writing with the pseudonym "Joel Carpenter"), and Shimon Wincelberg, amongst others.Route 66 was broadcast by CBS from 1960 to 1964, and, like Naked City, followed the "semi-anthology" format of building the stories around the guest actors, rather than the regular cast.Filmed on location in New York City, the series concerned the detectives of NYPD’s 65th Precinct, although episode plots usually emphasized more the criminals and victims portrayed by guest actors, characteristic of the "semi-anthology" narrative format common during early 1960s TV (so called by the trade paper Variety).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.
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Midway through the season, Mc Intire quit the show because of his desire to leave New York and relocate back to his Montana ranch.
He was replaced with Horace Mc Mahon, who was then introduced in the same episode as Muldoon's curmudgeonly replacement, Lieutenant Mike Parker.
Many scenes were filmed in the South Bronx near Biograph Studios (aka Gold Medal Studios), where the series was produced, and in Greenwich Village and other neighborhoods in Manhattan.