CARS: 1958 Chevrolet Delray 4dr sedan, black & white (Police). 1958 Chevrolet Delray 2dr sedan, black (Police), 1958 Pontiac Starchief 4dr hardtop, 2-tone: medium color & white. From The Cars by Greg Cockerill.
Anomaly: Michael Fox is listed as Dr. Samuel Anders but is, as he often is, Dr. Hoxie. Reported by Allan Asherman and posted by daveb, 5/2/2007.
+ The closed captions used in syndication print broadcast in my area spell it “Hocksey.” Submitted by gracenote, 9/5/2011.
Goof: Dr. Hoxie (Michael Fox) testifies that death was “caused by the passage of the bullet through the rib cage, the peritoneum and left ventricle of the heart.” Oops! He should know that it’s the pleura in the chest cavity. The peritoneum lines the abdominal cavity. Submitted by Thomas Grossman, 3/9/2004.
Sightings: Several familiar faces appear The Pencil Mustache Man is in the second row of the gallery on the defense’s side, on the first day of the hearing. Diagonally behind him sits the Little Old Lady in Hat. On the second day, we can see Distinguished Gentleman #1 and our mustachioed friend in the same back row. Submitted by gracep, 23 August 2010.
+ “Sasha Magaloff” sits behind Sarah Winslow on the prosecution side, second row aisle seat. Submitted by alan_sings, 16 Oct 2010.
++ "Sasha Magaloff" is now known to be the actor Mitchell Rhein. Submitted by catyron, November 16, 2020.
+++ And right next to Sasha is Distinguished Gentleman #2, who later appears on the defense side near the Pencil Mustache Man. Barely visible, but also on the prosecution side (at least at first), is Distinguished Lady #4 Submitted by gracenote, 9/5/2011.
Uncredited Actors: George E. Stone appears mutely throughout the hearing, uncredited, as the court clerk. Submitted by gracenote, 7/14/2011.
Sighting: Richard Bull appears here hardly recognizable as the Court Reporter who late in the trial reads back some very important testimony from Virginia Bruce, who was a leading lady in Hollywood in the 1930s and would appear in several episodes. Bull, who passed away only two months ago, would go on to play Nels Oleson, the harassed and henpecked storekeeper for the entire 10 run of Little House on the Prairie. **Submitted by PerryDixon 4/23/14
+ RB played a Dr. on the submarine Seaview & Terry Becker was Chief Sharkey in Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea [IMDb]. Mike Bedard 3.12.15.
This is the first of four PM appearances by Herbert Rudley. Herbert Rudley passed in 2006 at the age of 96...MikeM. 8/26/2016
+ Among Mr. Rudley's many film an television credits is a 1946 low budget noir film Decoy, the unusual premise of which involves gangsters reviving an executed fellow gangster in order to discover the location of hidden loot!. jfh 09Sept2020
This is the first of five PM appearances for John Hoyt. John Hoyt attended Yale University. In his career he did both standup comedy and Shakespeare....MikeM. 8/26/2016
Nancy Kulp had a journalism degree. She was a newspaper writer before becoming a naval reserve officer in World War II...MikeM. 8/26/2016
+ . . . and LTJG (Ret) Kulp, playing Sarah Winslow, has one of the funniest lines in the Series when, entering Burger's office and looking all around, she says "I thought that nice Lieutenant Tragg was here." Added by Gary Woloski, 6/13/18.
This is the first of six appearances for Virginia Field. Virginia Field was born in England in 1917. Her first husband was actor Paul Douglas. Virginia Field passed in Palm Desert CA at the age of 74...MikeM. 8/26/2016
This is the first of three PM appearances for prolific actress Ann Doran (Claire Durell), whose 375 IMDb credits stretch from 1922 (when she was eleven years old) to 1988. IMDb says that Ann Doran may have hundreds more silent film appearances starting when she was four years old. Ann Doran portrayed the mother of James Dean in "Rebel Without a Cause". Ann Doran passed in 2000 at the age of 89...MikeM. 6/8/2018
Pinky Rings...Perry, Paul, Della, Lorraine Stevens...MikeM. 6/8/2018