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.
Many scenes were filmed in the South Bronx near Biograph Studios (aka Gold Medal Studios), where the series was produced, and in Greenwich Village and other neighborhoods in Manhattan.
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This has been one of them." The Naked City episode "Four Sweet Corners" (1959) inspired the series Route 66, created by Stirling Silliphant.
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.
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