The Naked City

(1948)

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Synopsis: Film noir classic makes spectacular use of its NYC locations. Beautiful playgirl is murdered and police detectives Fitzgerald and Taylor are left without clues. They spend most of their time running down weak leads and interviewing various suspects and witnesses. When they finally get a break, it leads to playboy Duff. Spectacular ending on the Brooklyn Bridge between cops and killer. Producer Hellinger provided the hard-boiled narration, patterned after the tabloid newspaper stories he once wrote. Served as the impetus for the TV show of the same name, where Hellinger's film postscript also became the show's noted tagline: "There are eight million stories in the naked city, this has been one of them."
 
Directed by: Jules Dassin
Producer(s): Mark Hellinger, Mark Huffam
Cast: Barry Fitzgerald, Don Taylor, Howard Duff, Ted de Corsia, Dorothy Hart