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Distinguished Gentleman #2

Seen in #1, #2, #3, #8, #14, #15, #17, #20, #23, #29, #30, #34, #36, #41, #44, #46, #52, #54, #60, #62, #64, #66, #68, #75, #78, #82.

From episode #2, TCOT Sleepwalker's Niece

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Left: Seated on the jury in Perry's shadow. Picture enhanced a bit. Right: A few minutes later in the scene, he's seated in the back row of the gallery next to Distinguished Gentleman #1. Later yet, he's gone, replaced by a lady.

From episode #14, TCOT Baited Hook

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As the janitor getting ready to take Lt. Tragg upstairs in the elevator.

From episode #29, TCOT Hesitant Hostess

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Left: Operating the courthouse elevator next to Inez Kaylor. Right: Observing in the courtroom just a short time later.

From episode #41, TCOT Lucky Loser

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Watching the action on the defense side. Reported by Grace Palazzolo, 10/10/10.

Candidates

Lonnie Fuller suggests, by email on 3/16/11, that our Gentleman might be George Chandler. He reports "I compared the pictures on Google images with the ones on the 'Who is that?' page and it looks like a match."

Unfortunately, our pictures of the Gentleman aren't very good, and the pictures I found on the web were older, from before the Perry Mason era. The match was pretty good however. Here's a Lineup for comparison. So, what do you think?

from eBay from Episode #42 from Lassie

Left to right, from eBay, from episode #42, from Lassie episode #5.35, 3 May 1959.

The eBay listing said "1950s," but the picture looks more like "1930s" to me. The Lassie picture is a DVD vidcap from episode #5.35, 3 May 1959. I also saw George in a couple of episodes of Wagon Train from 1958 via Netflix streaming. He looked much the same as in Lassie.