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Sightings: We find quite a few of our favorites in court today. Ms Carmody is joined by the Little Old Lady #1, Quiet Old Man #1, and the Pencil Mustache Man. The Thin Man can be seen in the front row on Burger's side. submitted by BigBill767, 6/17/2016.
Uncredited Actors: Don Anderson has been out of town but returns in the opening scene has he gets off the airplane. Submitted by BigBill767, 6/17/2016.
The janitor in this episode is played by Alvin Childress in his only appearance on Perry. Alvin Childress was for two years (1952-1953) and 69 episodes Amos Jones on the controversal CBS sitcom Amos and Andy. After Amos and Andy, Mr. Childress found it extremely hard to find work. Submitted by PaulDrake33, 30 September 2009.
Location: This episode opens at the Burbank Airport. You can see the exterior of the terminal and parking lot. I confirmed this with Les Copeland, president, of the Burbank Aviation Museum. Burbank Airport is now called Bob Hope Airport and has a slightly remodeled facade. It is also featured in episodes #39, #99, #165 and #258. Posted by Eric Cooper, 9 August 2010. Some pictures here.
Location: Also, 35 minutes into the episode Perry walks up the steps of the Stanley Mosk Superior Court at 111 N. Hill Street. Posted by Eric Cooper, 9 August 2010. Some pictures here.
Continuity: When Fry is being interviewed next to the airport terminal, the light changes instantaneously from diffuse sunlight in the group shot to direct sunlight in the close-up. Submitted by Alan Smithee, 12/24/2013.
The Fourth Wall: After Fry leaves Pennington's office, Pennington briefly looks directly at the camera, a no-no. Submitted by Alan Smithee, 12/24/2013. P.S. Merry Christmas.
+Prolific character actor John Fiedler makes his only Perry appearance in this episode playing Howard Stark. Mr. Fiedler is probably best know for his recurring role 10 years later as the neurotic Mr. Peterson on The Bob Newhart Show. Submitted by PaulDrake 33. 8 January 2015.
++Another Murder-Mystery role was Mr. Hengist in Star Trek: "Wolf in the Fold," a Jack the Ripper episode with a hearing aboard the Enterprise (Star Trek Compendium). John's Crime Series parts included a Dr. in Columbo & County Health Commissioner on Quincy [IMDb: 190 Actor credits]. Mike Bedard 4.16.15
Business for Perry: Once again Paul's client had to turn to Perry Mason for help after being charged with murder. Submitted by H. Mason 4/12/15
Alias: Kathy James aka Kathy Anders was the twenty-first murder suspect Perry Mason defended who used more than one name in the story. That does not include episode 119 where his client was also known as Miss Debutante. Submitted by H. Mason 4/12/15
Double Vision: Richard Carlson and Paul Stewart appear together in this episode and TCOT Avenging Angel. Submitted by HamBurger 10/01/2016
This is the first of two PM writing credits for Mann Rubin, who also had two credits for "Ironside"...MikeM. 2/2/2017
This is the second of two PM appearances for Mimsy Farmer, who was born Merle Farmer. Her nickname Mimsy reportly came from the nonce word in Lewis Carroll's "Jabberwocky"...MikeM. 2/8/2018