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Noted science-fiction TV writers Charles Beaumont and Gene Roddenberry also each contributed one episode.The series was notable for featuring younger and/or lesser-known/little-known actors, some of whom became major actors, including Alan Alda, Michael Ansara, Ed Asner, Martin Balsam, Barbara Barrie, Orson Bean, Robert Blake, James Caan, Godfrey Cambridge, Joseph Campanella, Diahann Carroll, James Coburn, Michael Constantine, William Daniels, Sandy Dennis, Bruce Dern, David Doyle, Keir Dullea, Robert Duvall, Peter Falk, James Farentino, Peter Fonda, Conard Fowkes, Eileen Fulton, Harry Guardino, Gene Hackman, Barbara Harris, Dustin Hoffman, Dennis Hopper, Diana Hyland, Richard Jaeckel, David Janssen, Salome Jens, Jack Klugman, Shirley Knight, Piper Laurie, Diane Ladd, Audra Lindley, Jack Lord, George Maharis, Nancy Marchand, Sylvia Miles, Vic Morrow, Barry Morse, Robert Morse, Lois Nettleton, Leslie Nielsen, Carroll O'Connor, Susan Oliver, Marisa Pavan, Suzanne Pleshette, Robert Redford, Doris Roberts, Mark Rydell, Telly Savalas, George Segal, William Shatner, Martin Sheen, Jean Stapleton, Maureen Stapleton, Rod Steiger, Mel Stuart, Rip Torn, Cicely Tyson, Brenda Vaccarro, Jon Voight, Christopher Walken, Deborah Walley, Jack Warden, Tuesday Weld, and Dick York.

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Actors such as Conrad Bain, Dabney Coleman, Ken Kercheval, Burt Reynolds and Jessica Walter appeared in minor roles, long before becoming famous. Suzanne Storrs (as "Janet Halloran" in nine episodes during the series' first version, featuring Franciscus and Mc Intire), Jimmy Little as "Desk Sergeant", Robert Dryden as "Police Surgeon", and Richard Kronold as "Detective Dutton." A tie-in collection of short stories was written to capitalize on the success of the TV series; it was titled The Naked City and was published as a mass-market paperback by Dell during 1959.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).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.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 it was credited on the book's cover solely to series creator Stirling Silliphant, it actually consisted of writer and newspaperman Charles Einstein's prose adaptations of eight Silliphant stories from the series' first season of half-hour episodes.

Einstein is the half-brother of comedian Albert Brooks.

Naked City was broadcast for four seasons starting late 1958.

A total of 138 episodes were produced during the four season run.

Naked City premiered on ABC as The Naked City on September 30, 1958 with the episode Meridian.