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Morris Ankrum’s hands are shaking a bit in this episode. And he makes some unnatural pauses in his delivery. Perhaps he was not feeling well when this was filmed? Submitted by gracep, 9/10/2010.
This is the 11th of Morris Ankrum's 22 appearances as a PM judge. Ankrum had a law degree from USC. He passed away in September 1964, the month before his last PM episode aired. Submitted by MikeM, 11/09/2012.
+ He was also an Economics professor & has 275 IMDb credits, including "Earth vs. the Flying Saucers" & "Invaders from Mars." Mike Bedard 7.11.16 MeTV airing.
Burger's Finest Hour: "The District Attorney's Office is more interested in Justice than in obtaining convictions," he told His Honor. Mike B. 7. 11. 16.
Even though the body of Mike Granger was buried when "it was pretty dark", Ben Wallace should've remembered seeing Johnny Clay bury a body under the beach house. jfh 17Jul2017.
The ending to this episode differs from most. After being named by Perry, the killer does not go through the normal “Yes, I did it” histrionics! Instead, Tragg leads the silent culprit off-scene at the end of the big reveal. Ed Zoerner, 3/22/2011.
Questions: How did Perry know Mrs. Bradley put in a claim for her husband's insurance? Paul didn't know. Where did he get that information? Submitted by H. Mason 10/23/14
Funny: Don't miss the last 20 seconds of the episode. I've heard Raymond Burr was a jokester and the last scene shows a good sense of humor and comic timing. As a clock strikes midnight, Della, Paul and Perry try to get out of the office before the last chime. But Della forgot the sliding door to the balcony and Perry forgot the lights. Eric Cooper 18 October 2016