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Sherry Jackson makes her only Perry appearance here as Madeline Randall. Sherry Jackson's best-known role was as Danny Thomas’ daughter Terry Williams for 104 episodes of Make Room For Daddy. Submitted by PaulDrake 33, 29 September 2009.
+ Both Sherry Jackson and Kathie Browne would make memorable (at least from the male point of view) appearances in Star Trek. Submitted by 65tosspowertrap, 11/27/2013. P.S. Happy Thanksgiving.
++ Agreed! Sherry was Android Andrea in "What Are Little Girls Made Of? ['66]" & Kathie was Deela in "Wink of an Eye ['68]" [IMDb]. Mike Bedard 3.5.15.

Once again, Lt. Tragg (Ray Collins) appears only in the billing. Submitted by gracenote, 2/24/2011.

Nelson Leigh Judged 9 Perrys & 2 FBIs [IMDb]. Mike Bedard 3.4.15.

Sightings: Two favorite frequent faces appear in the courtroom gallery today: Distinguished Gentleman #1 and Little Old Lady #1. Submitted by gracenote, 2/24/2011.
+We find the Quiet Old Man #1 seated in the back row behind Burger. Submitted by BigBill767, 6/17/2016.

The Curious Coffee Set makes an appearance at Perry’s office. Submitted by gracenote, 8/3/2011.

Marshall Reed, as "Policeman", gets just one line in this episode. At the burning house, in answer to Madeline's ". . . in the house, there's a man!", Policeman says "No lady . . . there was a man." In the preceding episode TCOT Floating Stones, Reed, as the Fisherman, also got only one line: "Here it is, catch." (the little package). Policeman's grim response to Madeline seems more in character with Reed's normal tough-cowboy roles. Added by Gary Woloski, 3/18/14.
+ In this story the Policeman had more lines. He appeared as a witness in court. Added by H. Mason 3/5/15

CARS. At 20:20 Policeman's Car (1) rushes to the fire with siren wailing passing background Car (a):

  • (1) 1957 Ford Custom Fordor Sedan B&W with "POLICE" on door and 1963-pattern Black-Plate, possible Lic No (Exempt) E 5233.
  • (a) 1955 Simca Aronde 1300 Coupé de Ville, white body w/ black roof is parked at roadside and passed by Car (1). What a Beaut! Ride the French countryside in one of these on youtube (13:30, all-round viewing of car in last 45 secs). See the Witkin-Wolf "driving holiday" ad aimed at school-teachers, top of page 2 of the Los Angeles School Journal, April 26, 1955. More on Simca Aronde in Ep#51 Comments.

There are two other shots showing minor background cars:

The shot with the police car at 20:20 is a bit odd. The black-plate indicates that this is not reused footage filmed before 1963. Yet they didn't use one of the two '63 Ford Galaxie TV/movie police replicars that have been used exclusively since ep#169, instead opting for what I believe is an actual ex-LA County Sheriff cruiser of 1957 vintage (roof equipment is correct). Did Marshall Reed (playing the Policeman) show up with this car? In ep#189 he came in a boat. Added by Gary Woloski, 3/18/14.

This is the second of three PM directing credits for prolific television director Earl Bellamy, who directed 82 episodes of Bachelor Father...MikeM. 12/22/2016

This is the third of four PM appearances for Kathie Browne, who also appeared in three episodes of "Ironside"...MikeM. 3/30/2017