Naked City - Portrait Of A Painter film Product Information
Naked City - Portrait Of A Painter movie was released May 11, 2004 by the Image Entertainment studio. Black & White; Standard Screen; Soundtrack English
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Offering more noir-infused tales from the NAKED CITY, this release offer a selection of black and white hard-bitten reality from the popular television show. Naked City - Portrait Of A Painter video As was often the case with the show, a surprising amount of future stars are present throughout. "Portrait of a Painter" features William Shatner as an artist attempting to convince police of his innocence when his wife is found brutally murdered; "Alive and Still a Second Lieutenant" follows the torrid tale of a man berated by a fellow office worker (played by Jon Voight); Walter Matthau features in "Don't Knock it Till You've Tried It," playing a kidnapped psychologist; Finally, "The Tragic Success of Alfred Tiloff" is a further tale of kidnapping woes, and stars Jack Klugman from QUINCY Naked City - Portrait Of A Painter film.
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Naked City - Portrait Of A Painter video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6713971|
|Release Date||May 11, 2004|
|Running Time||204 Minutes|
|Movie Details||B&W; Digitally Processed|
Naked City - Portrait Of A Painter DVD Features
In "Portrait of a Painter" a struggling artist (Star Trek's William Shatner) awakens to find his wife has been murdered. He swears that he didn't do it, but Detective Flint is not convinced. In "Alive and Still a Second Lieutenant" a frustrated junior executive erupts with anger when a man named Mr. Binks (Deliverance's Jon Voight) taunts him. In "Don't Knock it Till You've Tried It" a stressed psychologist (The Odd Couple's Walter Matthau) seeks solace in a Las Vegas dancer who kidnaps him and threatens to kill him if he doesn't marry her. In "The Tragic Success of Alfred Tiloff" Lifelong failure Alfy Tiloff (Quincy's Jack Klugman) tries for a big payoff when he kidnaps a little girl, but his scheme's success may have a price he can't afford.
Source: Image Entertainment, Inc.
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