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Armored car robbers vanish across from Yankee Stadium, so Lt. Busti dragnets the neighborhood, house-to-house. With Robert Duvall, Edward Asner. A near-blind young man roams the streets of New York after separating from his class. Meanwhile, the boy's teacher Diahann Carroll attempts to convince his parents that he can learn to ably use his A young man with a disfigured face lives in the shadows of the city committing petty crimes until a young woman and Detective Flint show him how his self-worth is tied to his actions, not his looks.
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Naked City is a police drama series from Screen Gems which was broadcast from to and from to on the ABC television network. It was inspired by the 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.
Based on Jules Dassin's police procedural film of the same name and shot on location in New York the television version of The Naked City initially comprising of 30 minute episodes , premiered on US screens for the ABC network on September 30 , and immediately broke new ground in the presentation of police series, echoes of which are still present within the cop show genre even today. Both the title and gritty, semi-documentary style of Dassin's film and the series that followed had been directly inspired by Naked City, the book of photographs by newspaper photographer Weegee Arthur Fellig. Also in direct correlation with the original movie, the series use of actual New York locations and its careful attention to character development evoked the subtle influence of the Italian neo-realist cinema exemplified by the works of Roberto Rossellini Open City and Vittorio De Sica The Bicycle Thief. Deliberately breaking with the tradition of the era for utilising the overly familiar locales of the Hollywood back-lots, the series pioneered the use of location shooting by opting to be filmed entirely within the instantly recognisable backdrop of the streets and buildings of New York City itself. Although an expensive and risky challenge, the location shooting was nevertheless deemed to be a crucial, pivotal aspect of the show's character.