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+George Stone as the Court Clerk gets 5 or 6 lines in this episode. For most of the 42 episodes where he appears as the Court Clerk, he just sits in the corner of the courtroom minding his own business. Submitted by PaulDrake 33. 16 September 2009.

In his first appearance Paul uncharacteristically wears a suit. He later changes to one of his distinctive sport coats. DOD 09/11/19

+Jay Holbrook #2 stated that Lawrence King paid Peter Sample by holding a wad of money toward him and asking him to take $1000.00. Most blind people have a system to keep track of their money so that they will know which denomination is in which place. You could not stay in business very long letting people pick money out of a $3000.00 roll. Submitted by PaulDrake 33. 16 September 2009.

PM Marathon Alert: Hallmark Movie Channel is saying that they will run a 20-episode PM marathon on Sunday, 20 January 2013. Submitted by MikeM, 16 January 2013.

Another story where one of the main characters wasn't given a complete name. Submitted by H. Mason 10/31/14

Twenty-seven year old Anne Benton seems to have forgotten what an eighteen year old acts like. She's acting more like a 13 year old child, to me. Submitted by Kilo 8/6/2017.
+Agreed. My husband called her performance "Mouseketeerish." Submitted by catyron, 12/02/17.
Not at all uncommon, Iím afraid. One of the things most annoying to me about PM episodes is how often young women were directed to act like children. Shouting, pouting, and the stamping of feet were most often in evidence. Submitted by Rickapolis, 09/11/19