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Sightings: The Little Old Lady in a Hat appears sitting behind Lon Snyder (Alan Hale) when Mason is questioning Medeci (Gerald Mohr) at the hearing. So does “Sasha Magaloff”. [See also Continuity item, below.] Blue Collar Guy is the bartender at Medeci’s night club. More about these people on the Who Is That? page. Submitted by Kenmore 9/15/10. Updated by alan_sings, 9/26/10.
+ Additionally, Distinguished Lady #1, sporting a an updated shorter hairdo, is sitting in the back row (prosecutor’s side) next to a hairline that looks like it might belong to Distinguished Gentleman #1. (Near the end, we see that it does). And Pencil Mustache Man is right next to the pianist Cary Duncan. Submitted by gracep, 12/10/2010.
Continuity: As regards to the Little Old Lady sighting above, we can see her the courtroom from the beginning, when Burger questions Tragg, but she teleports magically from one side of the courtroom to the other. Submitted by gracep, 12/10/2010.
Uncredited Actors: Don Anderson appears as a plainclothes policeman holding a notebook standing next to Diana Millay as Lt. Tragg searches the trunk of her car. Tragg gives him the order to take her downtown. Submitted by FredK, 3 Nov 2010.
+ Lee Miller as Sgt. Brice interviews (inaudibly) Lon Snyder at the Club Baroque. Submitted by gracenote, 12/10/2010.
Diana Millay and Alan Hale must have had some unsuspected chemistry in the opinion of the Mason production staff. They later appeared together in Episode #192 TCOT Bouncing Boomerang. Submitted by FredK, 3 Nov 2010.
Character Names: The Thorpes address the patrolman as Joe. Sue Ellen’s last name is of course Frazer as she is Gregson’s Unwelcome Bride, and Medici’s first name is Joe. To have omitted these latter two is strange when others had their full names. Submitted by gracep, 12/10/2010.
+ Although there seems to enough room to add "Joe" to Medici's credit there wasn't enough room to add "Frazer" to Sue Ellen's name without making it a two-line credit (where there was already one with DeForest Kelley's credit); not enough room on the credit page for another one. Since there was already a "Joe" in the episode (Medici) simply saying "Joe" without the "Patrolman" would have been confusing. This may also be why the Joe was omitted from the Medici credit. Remember, the presence of a credit (and how many on each "page") is due to legal reasons but the form of the credit itself is for the quick information to give the viewer in a limited time. Submitted by Wiseguy70005, 12/22/14.
+ It was revealed that Sue Ellen's real name was Sally Delaney. Added by H. Mason 11/15/14
Location: Since the show likes locations to pull Double Duty, I suspect the Tudor house 3 minutes into this episode (probably in Hancock Park) is also the Tudor 3 minutes into “TCOT Injured Innocent.” Submitted by Eric Cooper, 26 May 2011.
Location Anomaly: About 25 minutes in, Paul drops Perry off at Peter and Amanda’s house in a quiet neighborhood. Tragg is out in the backyard of the house with his head in a car’s trunk. See photo above by title. In actuality I believe he’s back at the studio. Why? (1) Most homes don’t go to the trouble of having parking spot stripes painted in their backyard. (2) You can see a very large building not house next door. (3) I've seen the studio and the stucco building directly behind Tragg looks similar. Why did they do it? Remember the old joke... What I’m looking for is really over there… but the light is better here. Submitted by Eric Cooper, 26 May 2011.
Walter Frazer gives Perry Mason a call, and when the attorney answers, next to his phone is a cup and saucer from the Curious Coffee Set. Della has the same by her seat at his desk. Submitted by gracenote, 7/13/2011.
Torin Thatcher, who was the Magician in 'The 7th Voyage of Sinbad', is one of my favorite sightings. He was also the prosecutor in 'Witness for the Prosecution'. Posted by Rickapolis 05/09/12
+ TT was born in Bombay, India to British parents & studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art before serving as a Royal Artillery Colonel during WW2 [IMDb]. Mike Bedard 7.8.16. //
CARS. drives car and is a subject of Perry's courtroom presentation.
Plymouth/Chrysler upstaged Ford in Product Placement by getting one of its 1962 Plymouth Savoys into the immediately preceding episode #136. Added by Gary Woloski, 2/16/13.
Wrong Number: The sound effects department should have had a stock tape ready to use when a character called Perry's office. When Mr. Frazer called Perry the sounds didn't match Madison 5-1190. Submitted by H. Mason 11/15/14
There are a few instances in the courtroom where Perry's dialogue is dubbed over the action. Sometimes his lips don't exactly match (while walking towards the witness stand and Mr. Snyder and again while walking over to the judge) and others the audio abruptly cuts off between words (during the second cross-examination of Medici). Submitted by Wiseguy70005, 12/22/14.
At the end of Medici's first cross-examination the bottom slot of Mason's visual aid had not been revealed. At the start of the next courtroom scene it had been revealed. Since Mason only reveals the slots during points of his cross-examination, does this mean we missed some part of a cross-examination? Submitted by Wiseguy70005, 12/22/14.
He's dead Jim (Or more logically "He's dead Perry"): if you're tuning-in in hopes of hearing that immortal line, then don't bother: DeForest Kelly doesn't discover the body. Submitted by Notcom, 010516.
This is the first of two PM writing credits for Helen Nielsen, who worked on the design of military aircraft during World War II...MikeM. 10/10/2016
This is the only PM directing credit for Gilbert Kay, who was born in Chicago, raised in Los Angeles, married in England, and lived in South Africa...MikeM. 1/16/2017