Back in NYC's dark days, the crime- and debt-ridden metropolis was inspiring cinematic defeat-epics such as Taxi Driver, Dog Day Afternoon and The Warriors. The most famous headline of the period had a president symbolically telling the town to "drop dead." Sinatra to the rescue with "New York, New York" which filled the then-troubled city with pride and reminded the rest of the country that there was still no other place like it. – Nick Dedina, Google Play
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