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Uncredited Actors: Don Anderson appears in one of his most familiar roles, a non-speaking uniformed policeman. As usual, we do not hear his reply. Submitted by FredK, 16 Nov 2010. Hallelujah! We finally see African-Americans in the courtroom gallery!!! And more than one!Welshwoman 01/15/15.
+Don also appears in court in the back row behind Perry. Submitted by BigBill767, 6/17/2016.
Sightings: Three regulars make an appearance in the courtroom gallery: a pensive Pencil Mustache Man, a passive Quiet Old Man (#1), and an inscrutable Little Old Lady in a Hat. Read more about these recurring spectators. Submitted by gracenote, 4/17/2010.

Although credited, Lt. Tragg (Ray Collins) does not appear. Submitted by gracenote, 4/17/2010.

Meg Wyllie appeared in 4 Perrys: 2 with the same surname, Mrs. Margaret STONE, "Stand-In Sister" & Ninevah STONE, "Nebulous Nephew" [IMDb]. Mike Bedard 3.16.15.

+To me this was one of the easiest cases for viewers to solve. The look on Adam Conrad's face when Hilary Gray told him the house was about to be moved just gave the game away right there. Submitted by PaulDrake 33. 1/15/15.

Although Jesse Hibbs did not come on board to PM until late in the 1961-62 season, he more than anyone established the no-nonsense, no-frills directorial style with which we are familiar with the show, directing over 40 episodes over the last 4 years and being given the honor of directing the final episode, TCOT Final Fade-Out. cgraul 11.23.11

Marguerite's beaut-of-a-1959 Ford four-door hardtop is a Galaxie Town Victoria (Model 75A, $2654 base price new). 1959 was the first year Ford used the Galaxie model name. It denoted DeLuxe features including extensive chrome and stainless steel trim. Keys to the ID of Marguerite's car are the distinctive '59 grill and rear-end styling. The full chrome, including the "<" cut at the rear of the side windows ID it as a Galaxie (passenger side shown here). In keeping with Ford's frequent practice of using model names with allusions to British royalty (eg, "Tudor"), Marguerite's model was sometimes referred to as a Fordor Hardtop. For the '59 model year the Fairlane and Galaxie models were essentially the same car except for the trim features and nameplates; their designs (size) diverged for '62 model-year. Added by Gary Woloski, 1/27/12.

The Curious Coffee Set A cup from The Curious Coffee Set appears at Ms. Keith's Manzana House. jfh 09Feb2017.

When Perry visits Adam and his girlfriend in Adam's apartment, what is that strange creature sitting on a shelf behind him??? Looks like some sort of weird alien dummy.Welshwoman 01/15/15

Allen Case makes his third and final appearance in the series here and, as with several other actors, seemed to be professionally typecast by the Mason production team. Back in episode 173, TCOT Golden Oranges he played home designer Frank Wheeler, who has a bullying boss played by Arch Johnson. This time he's a surveyor with Bert Freed as his boss. Submitted by FredK 12 December 2012.

Cold case / old case: Perry also solved the murder of Mrs. Davis - killed three years earlier. Submitted by H. Mason 9/27/14

Grant Williams: The actor played the part of Robert Scott Carey, the title character in the 1957 movie The Incredible Shrinking Man. He also played the part of Greg MacKenzie on the ABC show Hawaiian Eye. Submitted by H. Mason 4/18/15

Murder Weapon: In this story it was revealed for the third time that a person was killed with a crowbar (#117 and 202 [first victim]). Submitted by H. Mason 4/18/15

This is the only PM appearance for Joan Blackman, who was married 1968-1970 to Rockne Tarkington, the only African-American to have a credited speaking role on "The Andy Griffith Show"...MikeM. 2/9/2017
+Ms Blackman was also married to fellow Perry singleton Joby Baker (TCOT Bogus Books). jfh 09Feb2017.

Ruinous Road or Ruinous Redhead? My Frontier FIOS screen menu shows this episode as "The Case of the Ruinous Redhead". A number of websites also show "Ruinous Redhead" in the title. MeTV has "Ruinous Road" on their website. Wikipedia shows "Ruinous Road". The opening clearly shows "TCOT Ruinous Road". Does anyone know the reason for this apparent "Redhead" mistake on some sites?...MikeM. 2/9/2017