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Anomaly: Ben Cooper, listed as Davis Crane, is called David or Davey by Charlie Corby, Nelly Lawton, and himself! Submitted via email by Mitch English, 12/27/2004.

Location: The opening scene (and another about 15 minutes into episode) of National Studios is actually General Services Studio whereÖ you guessed it, the Perry Mason TV show was filmed. It still exists pretty much the way you see it except itís now Hollywood Center Studios. There are numerous references in various episodes to its address at 1040 N. Las Palmas. More information and photos can be found at 1040 N. Las Palmas. Episode #111, TCOT Waylaid Wolf, also features the guard gate shown in the opening scene of this episode. Submitted by Eric Cooper, 5 May 2010.

Thereís a cup from the Curious Coffee Set on the table when Nelly makers her phone call. Submitted by daveb, 12/30/2010.

Sightings: That might be Distinguished Gentleman #1 seen through the pharmacy window as he walks, bespectacled, down the sidewalk. Additionally, a certain pencil-mustached man appears in the courtroom gallery in several shots. Learn more about these and other favorite frequent faces. Submitted by gracep, 1/6/2011.
+ In addition, the Pencil Mustache Man reappears on the set during the last take. Heís wearing a hat and stands on the right side of the screen when we see the camera. Submitted by Kenmore, 2/5/2011.
+ Quiet Old Man #1 also appears in the courtroom gallery, in a brief shot. Submitted by gracenote, 7/22/2011.

First of two PM appearances for Ivan Dixon, who later played Sgt. James Kinchloe on "Hogan's Heroes". jfh 31Oct2016.

Character Names: The autopsy surgeon is presumably Dr. Hoxie since the same actor, Michael Fox, is portraying him as before. Board of Pharmacy inspector Parnessís first name is Maurice. Submitted by gracep, 1/6/2011.

CARS. (1) 1961 Chevrolet C60 Truck, light color, covered Stake Bed, "NATIONAL STUDIOS" markings. In the opening scene, Herbert Simms gets onto the studio lot by hitching a ride in the back of this truck. Hey! Keep your eyes on the truck's cargo - I think we've seen one of those crates before!

Amongst the tons of cars parked on the National Studios lot, these stand out:

Since it's likely that the "National Studios lot" is the real-world Paisano Studios, I'm inclined to say that the Paisano staff had very good taste in cars!
      The large crate carried by the Chevy C60 Truck is labelled "NATHAN CLAVER COLLECTION - RIO DE JANEIRO"! The exact same crate is in the first and the last two screenshots here. The Claver Collection also appears in Episodes 118, 127 & 166 being burned, sunk, salvaged and/or warehoused. This ep roughly falls between the "salvaged" and the "warehoused". Added by Gary Woloski, 4/13/13.

Law Student: In this story we learned that Perry took some courses in the L. A. area. In episode 245 (TCOT Cheating Chancellor) we will see his alma mater. Submitted by H. Mason 12/11/14

Perry's (Not so) "Old Buddy": if IMDB is to be believed, Linden Chiles (Herbert Simms) was young enough to be Raymond Burr's son...still the right side of 30 when this episode was filmed. Submitted by Notcom, 012616.

This is the first of four PM appearances for Dianne Foster who, like Raymond Burr, was born in Canada...MikeM. 10/31/2016

This is the only PM appearance for Geraldine Brooks, who was married to writer Budd Schulberg...MikeM. 2/6/2017

According to IMDb, the Peter Martin who wrote this episode has one other writing credit, in 1955 for the television series "I Spy", which featured Raymond Massey as Anton the Spymaster...MikeM. 2/6/2017