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Ah, the good old days! When Carl Talbert could leave his automobile unlocked, with the keys in the ignition, unguarded, all alone in the parking garage, and then come out to find it still there. Submitted by PaulDrake 33. 30 January 2015.
+It wasn't a parking garage, it was a parking lot to a business with underworld connections. Everybody in the 'hood probably knew those cars were off limits. Added by H. Mason 4/29/15
Especially during the scenes surrounding the murder, this episode has some especially lush, dramatic music.
Danny Talbert followed the presumed killer's car close enough to read some of the license plate, but could give only a generic description. Cars were so distinctive then, surely a police officer would have instantly known the exact year and make just from the tail lights. Carl says that after losing phone contact with his father, he tried to reach his brother, then rushed to the hospital. How did he know which hospital to go to? Kitty and Stella seem to be competing for the most ludicrously thick, heavy eyelashes. DOD 03/13/19
From certain angles, Joe De Santis has a strong resemblance to the older Laurence Olivier.
+ IMHO, and a bit like Omar Sharif
Does every "swank" apartment in LA have that door with the three decorative panels?
A very intriguing plot, but one that really could have filled two hours. As is, there were way too many sudden revelations by Perry when questioning Parker.
+ I agree. There was not enough "Paul action" to justify Perry knowing the solution so quickly. Submitted by catyron, July 19th, 2018
Continuity Error Early in the episode when Steve is in Stella's bungalow, Stella is wearing a dress with a little bow at the back neckline, a wrap that completely encircled her shoulders (no opening for arms or easy removal) and a matching hat. When the camera cuts back to Stella as Steve is leaving, she is still wearing her hat and the little bow is still on the back neckline of her dress, but her shoulders are no longer encircled by the wrap. jfh 14Mar2019.
This was an excellent story except for the incomplete ending. What happened to Louie Parker? Just one line of dialog in the final scene saying he would be back in court on perjury charges or something of that sort would have been a bit more satisfying. Submitted by H. Mason 4/29/15