At the county clerk's office, Jim asks about the "Falk property." Actor Robert Conrad's real name is Falk. See more »
The stand-in for Ross Martin, necessary because Martin's leg was broken in real life, is noticeably heavier than the actor in his few brief walking scenes at the beginning before the character's leg is broken. See more »
I don't know why the producers of the series made such a ridiculous machine to terrify the land owners, farmers. It would not scare a three years old kid. They could have chosen some kind of tank, an armored machine, painted in black, as they have already made for previous season, the first one - I don't remember the episode. It spoils the whole story. Besides this, that's a good episode, where some black characters are used in more than just supporting roles. Maybe this was because of the era, late sixties, Martin Luther king, civic rights for Black people. One more particularity of this episode, the ending is in two parts aboard the train.
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