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Naked City: Landscape with Dead Figures

An artist suffering from amnesia is placed in a mental institution by his cousin. The greedy cousin then arranges with the head of the institution for a false death certificate to be issued knowing that death will drive up the value of the artist's paintings.

Episode Info
Episode number: 2x12
Airdate: Wednesday January 18th, 1961

Guest Stars
Myron McCormickMyron McCormick
As Albert Blakely
Alfred RyderAlfred Ryder
As Carl Blakely
Jim BolesJim Boles
As Sorin
Roger C. CarmelRoger C. Carmel
As Fitch
Conrad NagelConrad Nagel
As Dan Dennison
Dabney ColemanDabney Coleman
As Resident
George EbelingGeorge Ebeling
As Gardener
Robert EmhardtRobert Emhardt
As Dr. Wolfgang Krode
Rosalyn NewportRosalyn Newport
As Elizabeth Blakely
Thomas HawleyThomas Hawley
As Driver
Main Cast
Horace McMahonHorace McMahon
As Lt. Mike Parker
Paul Burke (1)Paul Burke (1)
As Det. Adam Flint
Harry BellaverHarry Bellaver
As Patrolman/Sgt. Frank Arcaro
Nancy MaloneNancy Malone
As Libby Kingston
Lawrence DobkinLawrence Dobkin
voiced Narrator
Episode Notes
Myron McCormick would return in One of the Most Important Men in the Whole World.

Alfred Ryder would return in Torment Him Much and Hold Him Long and Take Your Hat Off When a Funeral Passes.

Episode Quotes
Narrator: Unlike other cities, when the city of the mind is destroyed, it can only be rebuilt out of its own rubble.

Carl: Paintings are funny things, Beth. Part of their value is the legend that surrounds them.

Albert: Are you taking me to a hospital?
Flint: Yes.
Albert: Good, there are too many questions here.

Arcaro: Temper, temper, everybody's running a temper here.

Flint: Even a guy in the electric chair's entitled to a final word.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorStirling Silliphant
Executive ProducerHerbert B. Leonard
EditorHugh Chaloupka
MusicBilly May
Creative ConsultantStirling Silliphant
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