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This is the only appearance on Perry Mason for the Mexican-American actress Margo. This would also be her last appearance in either TV or movies. While Margo appeared as Maria in the 1937 classic film Lost Horizon, she is best known as the wife of Eddie Albert for 40 years, and the mother of Eddie Albert, Jr. Submitted by PaulDrake 33, 18 August 2009.
The tune that Paulo Porro (Fabrizio Mioni) hums in the opening scene (and whistles in a later scene) is “La Donna É Mobile,” from the opera Rigoletto by Verdi. Submitted by gracenote, 4/26/2011.
Sightings: The Pencil Mustache Man who resembles Leo Carrillo turns up in the courtroom gallery as the people file in. Distinguished Gentleman #1 is the court reporter. Submitted by gracenote, 4/26/2011.
Character Names: Although not listed in the credits, Giangiacomo’s last name is a Bacio, too. Submitted by gracenote, 4/26/2011.
+This was another story where a few characters were not given a first and last name: Serafina, Mr. Dodson and Uncle Fiastri. Added by H. Mason 4/26/15
San Francisco: For at least the fourth time Paul Drake went to San Francisco to get information for a Perry Mason murder case (#73, 96 and 223 [went with Perry]). In episode 189, TCOT Floating Stones, the murder and court proceedings were in San Francisco. Submitted by H. Mason 4/26/15
This is the only PM appearance for Linda Marsh, who also made a single appearance on "Ironside"...MikeM. 2/21/2017
This is the last of eight PM writing credits for Milton Krims. According to IMDb, this is the final television writing credit for Krims. Per IMDb, Milton Krims last screenplay credit was in 1963, a joint US-Italian movie filmed in Italy...MikeM. 2/27/2018