Sightings: Among the spectators in the courtroom gallery sit Quiet Old Man #1 and “Miss Carmody”—the latter sporting a straighter hairdo and a new hat. Distinguished Gentleman #1 is barely visible and nods ever so slightly when a witness reveals something surprising. Learn more about these recurring spectators. Submitted by gracenote, 3/19/2011.
+ She’s difficult to spot, but Little Old Lady #1 is in the back row, on Burger’s side of the coutroom. Submitted by gracenote, 8/13/2011.

Here is yet another episode in which Lt. Tragg (Ray Collins) does not appear despite billing. Submitted by gracenote, 8/13/2011.

There are NO CARS or outdoor scenes in this episode. Gary Woloski, 1/30/15.

Different People: Actress Jena Engstrom, who played the part of Vera Janel, is not Jean Engstrom who appeared in episodes 155 and 195. Submitted by H. Mason 3/28/15
+Correct because Jena is Jean's daughter. Jean was also in episode 255. HamBurger 9/3/2016

NYC Connection: This was the third story that also involved a New York murder. (see episodes 60 and 156) Submitted by H. Mason 3/28/15

This is the only PM appearance for Jena Engstrom, who may have stopped performing in 1964 due to health reasons, according to Wikipedia...MikeM. 1/13/2017

This is the second of three PM appearances for Mona Freeman, who was a professional model while still in high school. Mona Freeman passed in Beverly Hills in 2014 at the age of 87...MikeM. 5/25/2018
+ Somewhat unusually, she played the defendant in all of them (and although the plots are completely different, in each she tried to help some troubled man - or in one case, a boy - and was rewarded for her efforts with troubles of her own...the film noir ethos at its purest). Notcom 071321.