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TUESDAY WELD ON TV 1962 (Naked City + Dick Powell Show)

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THE NAKED CITY "A Case Study Of Two Savages" Feb-7-62. (Tuesday Weld & Rip Torn)
U.S. TV show. Tuesday Weld and Rip Torn play white trash, psycho hillbillies (Ora Mae and Ansel) on a killing spree in New York City. The couple met just 8 days ago in Arkansas, got married and murdered their way to NYC. Ansel strums a guitar and sings mountain songs to his underage bride while they wreak havoc in mid-town Manhattan! Then, down on the lower east side, Ansel spots a construction site where he steals a bunch of dynamite to use for robbing a bank! It goes from bad to worse until the final scene. When asked why they did it, Ora Mae says, "Just for the hell of it!" Tuesday Weld, Rip Torn, Rosetta Veneziano, Joseph Beruh, Horace McMahon, Harry Bellaver, Paul Burke.

Plus this bonus selection...

DICK POWELL SHOW "Run Till It's Dark" Oct-9-62. (Tuesday Weld & Fabian)
U.S. TV show. Tuesday Weld plays a kooky, free-spirited, mixed-up, wild-child, beat girl being chased down the highway by a man wearing dark sunglasses. She pulls into a small town, sells her car and checks into a motel. Her follower is hot on her trail so she slips out the back and hitches a ride to Las Vegas where see meets Fabian at a roulette table. Fabian agrees to drive her to San Francisco in his convertible black sports car. During the trip she insists that he drive 130 mph while she stands up in the passenger seat! Tuesday turns into a real head case but Fabian is hooked on her until the final fade. This episode is much more "beat cinema" than 1960s family TV! Tuesday Weld, Fabian, Bert Freed, Larry J. Blake, Joe Scott.


TUESDAY WELD ON TV 1962 on DVD!


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