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Anomaly: Lurene Tuttle, listed as Henry McLeod, is really McLeod, the owner of “Henny’s Coop.” Submitted by Lisa & Mack McLendon, posted by daveb 12/21/2007.
+ Actor John KcKee in the credits is really John McKee. Submitted by Paul Drake 33, 20 November 2009.
Richard Carlson makes his second and final appearance on Perry here as Clete Hawley. From 1953 until 1956, for 118 episodes, Richard Carlson was Herbert Philbrick on the syndicated crime drama I Led Three Lives. It was a unique drama, highlighting the dangers of Communism. I Led Three Lives, which now seems like an anachronism, was reportedly the favorite show of Lee Harvey Oswald. Submitted by PaulDrake 33, 20 November 2009.
+ Richard Carlson and Sandy Descher had previously acted together in a 1954 episode of "I Led 3 Lives" when Sandy was a tot of only 9. Submitted by PaulDrake 33. 10 March 2015.
Sightings Our “Miss Carmody” works concessions at Henny’s Coop. Later, Quiet Old Man #1 observes the proceedings from the courtroom gallery. Learn more about these favorite frequent faces. Submitted by gracenote, 6/5/2011.
The Curious Coffee Set appears at the lunch counter in the Brent Building, that miraculous structure with balconies on the inside, but not the outside.[unsigned, undated]
+ This is true, and strange, since the cups were, for many years, a feature of Perry's office. After he and Della got the West Bend Thermo-Serv plastic set, these porcelain cups began making the rounds of new owners, until, like a pair of homing pigeons, they flew back to the Brent Building. Submitted by catyron, August 11th, 2018
Perry once again gets his coveted on-street parking space right in front of the courthouse! ;-> Submitted by mesave31, 03/09/15.
Douglas Evans Judged 2 Perrys & was a Magistrate in a 3rd; his 7 other appearances included salesman, clerk, sea captain, tax accountant, etc. [1957-66 IMDb]. Mike Bedard 3.5.15.
Paul Stewart had a memorable role as the slightly sinister butler Raymond in "Citizen Kane". [unsigned, undated]
Double Vision: with Deja Vu, All Over Again. This episode bears a remarkable number of similarities to the preceding season's TCOT Tragic Trophy (Episode #220). Both episodes feature a sleezy entertainment industry hack (played by Richard Carlson) putting the pinch on a wealthy backer (played by Paul Stewart) who has a beautiful wife with something to hide. And the defendant is an aspiring youngster who displays no particular talent in his or her chosen field. Submitted by BobH, 12 September 2016. with minor edit and addition by HamBurger 10/01/2016
This is the seventh of nine PM directing credits for Jerry Hopper, who directed 22 episodes of "Wagon Train"...MikeM. 4/3/2017
This is the third of three PM writing credits for Lawrence Louis Goldman, whose first credited screenplay in 1950 was about a man accused of a murder he did not commit...MikeM. 4/9/2018