The cover featured an evocative photo montage by photographer David Attie.
While the book is well regarded by fans of the series, it has long been out of print.
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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.
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).
Scott, Sylvia Sidney, Jan Sterling, Beatrice Straight, Akim Tamiroff, Lawrence Tierney, Jo Van Fleet, Eli Wallach, David Wayne, Jesse White, Cara Williams, Roland Winters, and Keenan Wynn.
Many of the actors listed above played multiple roles for different episodes, as different characters.
The show also featured more established and/or better-known actors, including Luther Adler, Eddie Albert, Robert Alda, Louise Allbritton, Kirk Alyn, Richard Basehart, Theodore Bikel, Nancy Carroll, Lee J.
Cobb, Gladys Cooper, Hume Cronyn, Ludwig Donath, Diana Douglas, Betty Field, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Nina Foch, Ruth Ford, Martin Gabel, Peggy Ann Garner, Vincent Gardenia, Eileen Heckart, Barnard Hughes, Kim Hunter, Sam Jaffe, Glynis Johns, Kurt Kasznar, Abbe Lane, Eugenie Leontovich, Al Lewis, Viveca Lindfors, Ross Martin, Walter Matthau, Myron Mc Cormick, Roddy Mc Dowall, Burgess Meredith, Jean Muir, Meg Mundy, Mildred Natwick, Cathleen Nesbitt, Jeanette Nolan, Nehemiah Persoff, Claude Rains, Eugenia Rawls, Aldo Ray, Ruth Roman, Mickey Rooney, Albert Salmi, George C.
For the first season, the primary writer was Stirling Silliphant, who wrote 32 of the season's 39 episodes.
Silliphant's work resulted in significant critical acclaim for the series and attracting movie and television actors of the time to seek guest-acting roles.
Naked City was first broadcast during the 1958–59 season, with the title The Naked City, as a half-hour series featuring James Franciscus and John Mc Intire playing Detective Jimmy Halloran and Lt.