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Anomaly: Coleen Gray, listed as Olga Jordan, is called Miss Corbin by Perry and Miss Olga Corbin by Paul. [Mitch English]
+ In the book, the ghost’s half sister is Olga Corbin Jordan, i.e. Mrs. William Kensington Jordan. I guess that the credits were written before the final edit of the teleplay. Submitted by masonite, 21 Novemeber 2010.
A shout-out to Douglas Dick, who yesterday turned 90! Submitted by masonite, 21 November 2010.
+ Douglas Dick passed in 2015 at the age of 95...MikeM. 10/17/2016
Sightings: Quiet Old Man #1 sits in the back row of the courtroom gallery; we see him when Perry stands to raise an objection and when the camera cuts to Ethel Belan. At another time, when Perry rises to question Miss Granger, Little Old Lady #1 peeks over his shoulder (also from the back row). They are some of many recurring spectators that are fun to spot. Submitted by gracep, 12/16/2010.
The music heard under the opening scene in the park is lifted from Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho. Submitted by Kenmore, 1/16/2011.
+ That music was actually composed by Jerry Goldsmith for The Twilight Zone episode "The Invaders" (starring Agnes Moorehead, broadcast 1/27/61). The complete 12:57 track can be found on The Twilight Zone Original Television Scores Volume One LP (Varese Sarabande STV81171) and The Best of the Twilight Zone Original Television Scores Volume I (VCD47233). (Since "Psycho" was released by Universal, it is unlikely CBS would have been able to get the rights to the music even if they didn't already have a huge music library.) Submitted by Wiseguy70005, 6/17/12.
A well known, real-world financial services company gets a front row Product Placement for its travelers cheques on Walter Richey's front desk from 11:11 to 11:37. Added by Gary Woloski, 3/7/13.
CARS. (1) medium-color 1956 Plymouth Belvedere Convertible, black top up; In Opening Scene, a young couple parked in Lovers' Lane is startled by the "Glamorous Ghost".
In the background, beyond the taxi's roof, is a 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Sunliner, two-tone white/dark with black top up. Added by Gary Woloski, 3/7/13.
+Thank you, Gary, for logging the Cattle Egrets with the cars. That gave me a chuckle -- and saved me having to do my own look-up. Sumnitted by catyron, 03/23/2108
Paul's Residence: In other stories, when part of Paul's home was shown (1,13,15,130), it wasn't clear if he lived in a house or apartment. In this episode it was said the police searched his apartment. Submitted by H. Mason 11/24/14
Raymond Burr gets a rest in this episode when Paul takes over for almost 15 minutes without Perry being seen (visiting Eleanor in the hospital, calling the doctor, visiting Eleanor's father, visiting Ethel Belan, visiting Suzanne Granger). In the novel Perry does these things or at least accompanies Paul and Della. Submitted by Wiseguy70005, 5/05/15.
In the episode we at least see Olga in the courtroom. In the novel she just disappears about halfway through, never to be referred to again. Submitted by Wiseguy70005, 5/05/15
This is the only PM appearance for Mary Murphy, who was briefly married to Dale Robertson...MikeM. 10/17/2016
This is the second of four PM appearances for Coleen Gray, who was once married to screenwriter/director Rod Amateau...MikeM. 1/23/2017
"Just Call Me Mr. Richey, PLEASE." In the original ESG novel, the hotel clerk's first name was Webley, not Walter. Submitted by BobH, 8 July 2018.