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The Lumberlady, that “abandoned freighter by the old pier,” was a U.S. Army Transport during World War II. She was at dock in Long Beach (CA) in October 1941 and delivering troops to San Francisco in December 1945. Back in the Los Angeles-Long Beach Harbor, her “businesslike” name got her mentioned in a tourism ad for southern California in 1955. Research by daveb, submitted by Steve Fox, 1/14/2005.
+"General Cargo Ships Built in Great Lakes" states that USSB 1260/Cottonplant was built by the Great Lakes Eng. Works in Ecorse, MI: Cottonplant was renamed FA Warner in 1922, Lumberman in 1930 & LUMBERLADY IN 1940. LL was Scrapped in 1971 [website]. Mike Bedard 4.1.15
Anomaly: When John Lathrop answers his car phone, he identifies himself as “Lanthrop,” and Perry calls him that in the courtroom. Submitted by gracenote, 3/21/2011.
+Mr. Lathrop was at least the second person besides Paul to be shown using a car phone (see episode 201). Added by H. Mason 3/31/15
Sande Lukins revives a hungover David Pelham with a rather familiar and unquestionably Curious Coffee Set. Submitted by gracenote, 3/21/2011.
Although credited in both the opening and closing titles, the beloved Lt. Tragg fails again to appear in this episode. Submitted by gracenote, 3/21/2011.
Harry Isaacs Stanton was 1 of the 9 actors who Judged 2 Perrys [Statistics Page]. Mike Bedard 3.31.15
Sightings/Uncredited Actors: In the courtroom gallery, Distinguished Gentleman #1 strains his neck to see the witnesses testify. Meanwhile, Don Anderson sits comfortably behind Mrs. Pelham, and Quiet Old Man #1 sits…quietly behind Lt. Anderson. Robert Wegner guards the door. Submitted by gracenote, 3/21/2011.
+ And the Little Old Lady in a Hat sits in awe behind Della Street (we see her when Della gets up at one point). Submitted by gracenote, 8/14/2011.
This is the first of two PM appearances for Mimsy Farmer, whose birth name was Merle Farmer...MikeM. 1/17/2017