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Old time silent star Francis X. Bushman makes his final of three appearances here on Perry as Phillip. Francis X. Bushman would die on August 23, 1966, exactly 40 years to the day that fellow silent movie star idol Rudolph Valentino had died. Submitted by PaulDrake 33, 21 December 2009.
+ As I understand it, Francis X. Bushman was known as the "most handsome man in Hollywood" until the arrival of Clark Gable. JohnK, 24 April 2018

Sightings: We get to see where Quiet Old Man (#1) lives! Itís in the same retirement complex (Valley Gardens) as Charlesís mother, and heís part of the Golden Age Club. We find him playing checkers with another resident. We also discover Distinguished Gentleman #1 among the Golden-Agers astonished by Aliceís arrest. (Didnít think he was old enough yet.) We even catch a glimpse of the Quiet Old Man dancing in the final scene, but the Gentleman apparently decided to skip the party. Submitted by gracenote, 2/9/2011.
+ Distinguished Gentleman #1 and Quiet Old Man #1 show their support for their fellow Golden-Ager by turning up for the hearing. Little Old Lady #1 joins them, but she never appears at any Golden Age Club functions. Submitted by gracenote, 2/10/2011.
+ I believe Miss Carmody is seen leaving the courtroom from the last row after the charges against Alice Bradley are dismissed. Submitted by mesave31, 10/20/14

Goofs: When they give the keys to the house to Alice, there is a bird cage near the front door, but the bird never moves in any of the shots, and people walk by right next to it! I cannot imagine having a fake bird in a cage in the 1960's was stylish or common practice. ;-> Submitted by mesave31, 10/20/14

Uncredited Actors: Standing by the door of the courtroom is Robert Wegner (scowling) as a bailiff. Submitted by gracenote, 2/9/2011.

Only ONE CAR appears: Paul's black 1963 Thunderbird Convertible, white top up at 03:14 and top down at 31:41. Added by Gary Woloski, 10/1/14.

Business for Perry: Another story where Paul's client became Perry's client. Submitted by H. Mason 3/15/15

Angry Paul: For at least the third time (episodes 75 and 125) Paul thought he was being used by a client and lost his temper. Submitted by H. Mason 3/15/15

This is the fourth of five PM appearances for Jeanne Cooper, who was in the cast of The Young And The Restless from 1973 until her death in 2013...MikeM. 1/4/2017

This is the fifth of six PM appearances for G.B.Atwater, aka Barry Atwater. In an episode of Star Trek, Atwater appeared as Surak, the father of Vulcan philosophy...MikeM. 1/10/2018

This is the second of three PM appearances for Katherine Squire. Her husband, George Mitchell, appeared in two episodes of PM...MikeM. 4/24/2018

Paul Winchell, with his dummies Jerry Mahoney and Knucklehead Smiff, was a fixture of my childhood. I had a copy of his 1954 book, "Ventriloquism for Fun and Profit." He invented an artificial heart, a battery-powered automobile, a better way to breed tilapia fish -- and, of course, he voiced Tigger in the Walt Disney "Winnie the Pooh" animations and Gargamel in Hanna Barbera animated TV series of "The Smurfs."