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Once again we have no Ray Collins (Lt. Tragg) despite being billed. Has he appeared at all this season? Submitted by gracenote, 5/16/2011
+ His last appearance was in The Case of the Capering Camera, when his health had clearly declined. He died about ten weeks after this episode aired. Submitted by vgy7ujm, 29 January 2015.
This is another Case of the less Perry Scene time. Perry is not seen until quite late in the show with the guests doing most of the dialogue. Raymond seems stiff. This episode had a lot of good suspect characters for the last second surprise. There were several extreme close up shots as well and some looked blurry. Perry Baby 11/21/13
Paul's Suite: For some reason, throughout the series, the number of the Paul Drake Detective Agency was never given. In this story Drake's door and the adjacent business had no visible number. Thanks to a comment made by Gertie Lade in episode 31 TCOT Fiery Fingers we found out it was somewhere on the ninth floor. Submitted by H. Mason 5/1/15
When Herbie the ex-pitcher arrives home and angrily winds up and heaves the briefcase by the handle at the wall like an overhand 102-mph fastball, oh man that was perfection. MFrench 11/19/16
This is one of my favorite episodes - the smooth gestures the victim pulls off with the men she interacts with, including her husband, spoke louder than if she'd chewed the scenery. As an example, note the scene where she kisses him a few times .. but rebuffs him when he tries to kiss her. Cold blooded! Submitted by MikeReese, 6/12/2017
This episode reminded me of the movie "What's Up, Doc?", with at least three lookalike briefcases. I'm still not sure how Charlie ended up with the one that had the money.