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Anne Whitfield has the star role here as Alice Trilling in her first of three appearances on Perry. Old-time radio fans will remember Anne Whitfield as the radio daughter of Phil Harris and Alice Faye on their radio show from 1946 until 1954. Submitted by PaulDrake 33, 19 August 2009.

Alas, Ray Collins receives credit for Lt. Tragg but does not appear. Submitted by gracenote, 3/24/2011.

Uncredited Actors: This episode boasts another two-fer for Don Anderson. Early on, he is a patron, smoking and chatting with a companion, at the lounge frequented by miss Alice. Later, he is a uniformed policeman bending over the breathless scuba diver who has been searching for a body. Submitted by gracenote, 3/24/2011.
+ This one's actually a three-fer for Don. He can also be seen in a few shots in the last row of the courtroom gallery on the defense side. Submitted by FredK, 9 April 2011.

Sightings: A man we call Distinguished Gentleman #1 is visible now and then among the courtroom spectators. Submitted by gracenote, 3/24/2011.
+In court we find Miss Carmody with dark hair sitting next to Lt Anderson. Maybe she is undercover. Submitted by BigBill767, 6/18/2016.

In this episode the faithful but usually taciturn Sgt. Brice (Lee Miller) does most of the talking for the police, informing Perry what they know or have found. Lt. Anderson (Wesley Lau) enters at the very end of the scene on the beach and announces that Alice was arrested at the airport. He then sits dutifully through the trial without saying anything, unless his testimony has been cut from the TV prints. Submitted by FredK, 9 April 2011.

This is the only PM writing credit for Richard Landau, who would later do writing for some episodes of "Ironside"...MikeM....1/20/2017

This is the only PM performance for London-born Reginald Gardiner, who was in a silent film by Hitchcock in 1926 and in an episode of "The Monkees" in 1968...MikeM. 1/26/2018