Anomaly: James Lamphier, listed at Marius Stone, is called Marius Stowe. Submitted by daveb, 12/21/2007.
Uncredited Actors: Don Anderson appears in two, or possibly three, roles in this episode. Early on, he’s among the guests at the wedding of Pat and Max. The second possible appearance is at Pat’s office when she returns from her honeymoon. As Pat gets off the elevator, he appears to be a man getting on, but he’s seen from three-quarters behind making this only a possible. At the trial, Don’s among the spectators in the first row behind the prosecution table. Submitted by FredK, 1 January 2011.
+ Robert Wegner is sitting in the circular booth behind Paul Drake at a restaurant scene. Submitted by gracenote, 1/21/2013.
TCOT Curious Coffee Set: During Pat’s getaway in LaJolla, one cup of the Curious Coffee Set makes an appearance in her hotel room. Oh, the things that Coffee Set has seen! Submitted by FredK, 1 January 2011.
+ There appears to be a graphic print, perhaps an oriental-style branch, inside the rim of the coffee cup. I hadn't noticed it before. jfh 07Mar2017.
+ + I did not see a graphic print inside the cup, just some old stale coffee lines and perhaps a lipstick trace. The carafe next to the pretty china ware cup and saucer is part of the cheap, plastic West Bend Thermo Serv set. Submitted by catyron, July 18th, 2018
This episode just aired and I made sure to look carefully - there is indeed some floral pattern inside the cup. DOD 03/25/19
Sightings: Sitting in the courtroom gallery are a fidgety Pencil Mustache Man and a Quiet Old Man (#1)—the former clearest in cutaways to the fortune teller and the latter in cutaways to Ms. Fuller. Submitted by gracenote, 5/10/2011.
+ "Miss Carmody" appears briefly as a waitress who brings coffee to the patrons sitting behind Perry and Paul in a restaurant.
Jesse White would go on to “fame” as the bored “Maytag® Repair Man” who never got a service call. Submitted by cgraul, 9/14/2011.
Ford Rainey appeared in 1 Ironside & 5 FBI episodes [IMDb]. He played the President of the United States twice in "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea" & "Lost in Space." Mike Bedard 2.9.15.
There is a cinematic error (generally an cutting editor's faux pas) where the camera "crossed the line" - it flipped angles. It happened where Perry is cross examining Gordon Evans on the witness stand for the second time for the finale. Evans is looking left in the initial exchanges so the camera is on the right side of Perry then it switches to Perry's shot and the camera is now on the left side so the line of sight between Perry and Gordon was crossed. Submitted by Perry Baby 11/28/16.
+ I didn't see anything wrong. First Mason is standing to Gordon's left so Gordon is looking to his left at Mason. Then Perry moves across the witness stand to Gordon's right so in the next shot Gordon is looking to his right. Mason then walks to the defense table and Gordon looks more or less straight in front. Then Mason returns to Gordon's left and Gordon is looking to his left at Mason. Submitted by Wiseguy70005, 11/20/17.
This is the final of four PM appearances for Julie Adams (Patricia Kean), who would also appear in an episode of "Ironside"...MikeM. 3/7/2017
TCOT Exaggerated Elderliness According to IMDb, Jesse White was only 9 years older than Julie Adams, making the hullabaloo about the gap in their ages rather silly. Unless, of course, he lied about his birth year, as so many actors seem to do! Submitted by JazzBaby, 6/20/2019.
Grandon Rhodes has a "Judge" credit for every calendar year of PM from 1957-1966, except 1959...MikeM. 3/13/2018
This is the second of two PM appearances for Lee Philips (Gordon Evans), who had more IMDb credits as a director than as an actor. Lee Philips passed in 1999 at the age of 72...MikeM. 7/17/2018