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The courthouse used in an establishing shot is clearly something filmed from an earlier era (or itís a period piece). The cars are too old, and one can barely make out that the fashions as certainly pre-1950s. Submitted by gracep, 8/31/2010. Picture here.

The courtroom (brick style with vintage pictures) setup and the judge (Jamie Forster) are a reuse from prior episodes when they had a country trial. Submitted by Perry Baby 3/1/15.

Just after Ms. Gridley gives Mason her business card, the establishing shot of the town shows several cars driving byóbut they are all from the 1930s or í40s as well! Submitted by gracenote, 6/19/2011.

Speaking of cars, when Perry pulls his massive Caddy into Salty's gas station, he asks him to "fill it up for me." Unfortunately Salty had no hi-test gas, as he'd told Nell Gridley when she pulled up in her station wagon and asked for it. (In such a small town, wouldn't she have known that anyway?) Submitted by francis, 2/18/12.

+ Nell should be more careful about whom she asks to drive her station wagon. Pulling away from the gas pump in haste, Harry Bright almost knocks it down. Submitted by francis, 7/19/14.

If you want the pump while filling up Harry Bright's car, the level goes down in the reservoir! I believe these pumps worked by manually pumping gas up into the clear bowl and then drains into the car. Submitted by Perry Baby 3/1/15.

So we are asked to believe that Salty Sims was able to wait six weeks before telling Harry Bright, his neighbor across the road, that Chuck Clark was back in the neighborhood? Submitted by 10yearoldfan, 10 June 2012.

The set decorators Walter Scott and Charles Vassar placed a nude female statue near Chuck Clark's front door. She is holding up a dish. Perhaps she symbolizes the young wife, begging for money. Submitted by 10yearoldfan, 10 June 2012. + Those statues must have been on sale. The same statue is next to the bar when Perry exits via the sliding glass doors. Submitted by Kilo 7/2/2017.

At 33:15 we see establishing shots of the county courthouse, the same courthouse used in Episode #45, The Case of the Buried Clock (but with different, also decades-old, cars out front). Note the Civil War era cannon in the park out front. Submitted by 10yearoldfan, 10 June 2012.

Goof: At 43:13, Perry shows Salty Sims the letter Salty had typed to Philip Morgan, supposedly proving that Salty had lied when he said he had never borrowed Nell Gridley's typewriter. But this letter shows a clean letter "n" unlike the dark ones in the phone number that Nell typed on the back of her business card and in the word "not" that Salty inserted into Morgan's letter. Perhaps the prop folks overlooked the word "investigating" that has the only "n" in the letter. Submitted by 10yearoldfan, 10 June 2012.

Nell and Harry don't pay for their gas. Submitted by scarter, 8/10/14

Harry isn't too Bright. He's cleaning a loaded gun. Submitted by scarter, 8/10/14

Perry shows up in a rare light colored suit and tie during the second day of the trial. Submitted by Perry Baby 3/1/15.