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Harold Gould (pictured) makes his only Perry appearance here playing Lawrence West. Harold Gould is probably best known for his role as Rhoda Morgenstern father in the 1970s sitcom Rhoda. He also had a prominent role in the sitcom Golden Girls. Mr. Gould recently celebrated his 59th wedding anniversary to actress Lea Vernon. Submitted by PaulDrake 33, 26 August 2009.

Sightings: In the very first shot of the courtroom gallery we see two regulars, Pencil Mustache Man and Quiet Old Man #1, sitting near each other and behind Pollard and friends. Later we see Distinguished Gentleman #1 in the back row, but he “teleports” from one side of the courtroom to the other. And that just might be the Thin Man next to the aisle. Now, you may well wonder, just who are these people? Submitted by gracenote, 4/13/2011. + The Thin Man also appears in the courtroom gallery. He’s visible in shots of Burger questioning various witnesses. Submitted by gracenote, 8/2/2011.

+ Early in the episode when the cabbie is describing what happened to his vehicle to a skeptical police officer, there appears to be Miss Carmody lurking in the background, though admittedly I can't be sure. Submitted by Kenmore 8/19/2012
+ Yes it looks like her on the sidewalk, with the skinny neck and nose, at 6:13 on the 2012 Paramount DVD. Finally, live action for her is more exciting than just another run of the mill lurid court case. Submitted by (lowercase, with a comma and period) masonite, 12/14/12.

Ray Collins did not appear despite onscreen credit. Submitted by gracenote, 4/13/2011.

Music composed by Nathan Van Cleave from no fewer than three Twilight Zone episodes can be heard in this episode: Music from "Elegy," "A World of Difference" and "Two" (see trivia note episode 170). The complete "Elegy" track can be found on the LP The Twilight Zone Original Television Scores Volume Four (STV81192) and "A World of Difference" on Volume Three (STV81185). Submitted by Wiseguy70005, 6/16/12.

The pistol removed from Pollard's pocket by the police officer investigating the taxi accident was a Japanese Nambu Type 14 semi-automatic, of 1944 or 1945 production, in caliber 8mm Nambu. This was the design that inspired the popular Ruger Mk I, II, and III series of .22 caliber pistols. Submitted by oldgray, 1/23/2013.

+Since there are no listing of cars for this episode as of yet, I thought I would throw one in. Just before the first court room scene, in an establishing shot outside the courthouse, there is a VW Beetle plainly visible parked in front of the courthouse. Submitted by PaulDrake 33. 12 January 2015.

+Marion Moses is the mother of William R Moses that played Perry's assistant/detective, Ken Malansky in 21 of the later made for television Perry Mason movies. Submitted by BigBill767, 6/17/2016.

Murder Method: Mrs. Pollard was the ninth current murder victim that was strangled. That number includes the first victim in #92 who had been killed three weeks before the second person. Submitted by H. Mason 4/14/15

This is the first of five credited, but unnamed, PM appearances for Patricia Joyce...MikeM. 2/6/2017