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Perry lights up on the plane sitting next to Linda. Smoking on airplanes...those were the days...not.
+ It looks like airplane seating was just as cramped back then as today. Perry is spilling over into Linda Osborne's space causing her to be squished. Submitted by Kilo 8/14/2017.
We get a rare glimpse of Perry letting his hair down, at about 17 minutes on the DVD, when he says to the waiter: "Fine cognac...Leave the bottle." JohnK, 5 October 2015
I think this is one of the most unusual, and memorable, episodes of Perry Mason. The pathetic--and creepy--little girl (I half expect her to order her dolls to attack someone!), Linda Osborne's shocking reaction to her, Mr. Kringle, the beheaded doll...lend an almost Twilight Zone-ish feeling to this episode. Submitted by 65tosspowertrap, 9/16/2013.
As a Sally Field fan (especially in her Gidget incarnation), it is fascinating to me to see her mother--Maggie Mahoney--in this episode. "The apple doesn't fall far from the tree." Submitted by 65tosspowertrap 9/16/2013.
I'm sorry, but I can't resist: when A. Tobler (John Banner, Sergeant Shultz of Hoganís Heroes) refuses to disclose any information about the account set up for Peggy, he might as well say, "I know nothing! Nothing!" Submitted by 65tosspowertrap, 9/16/2013.
I'm surprised Laurie Perreau didn't have a longer career (and there seems to be nothing in Google about her). This was a great performance. I didn't find her character creepy at all, but definitely pathetic. I must confess, when this episode was over, I was reaching for the Kleenex. submitted by scarter 8/24/14
Quote: "Lawyers have as much right to vacations as plumbers, stockbrokers and / or private investigators." - Perry Mason. So what happened to Paul's vacation in episode 99 TCOT Singular Double? Submitted by H. Mason 11/3/14