An actor, who is clearly not Victor Jory, is used for several odd over-the-shoulder shots (apparently filmed at a later date) in the scene between Burke and Jim Clover.
Original Library of Congress Registration #: LP32962Effective Registration # & date: RE-598-397 Dec. 8, 1992.
Ida Lupino was one of the "four stars" of Four Star Productions, producers of Burke's Law.
The pool that Lenore Wingfield died in is the same pool that Beau Sparrow died in the previous season.
Don Juan In Hell is the middle act of Man and Superman by George Bernard Shaw. It is sometimes performed as a separate play.
Effie Mae Porter is portrayed as a "spit'n'image" clone of Ellie Mae Clampett on "The Beverly Hillbillies".
A reference is made to Charles Boyer, who was one of the four stars of Four-Star Productions, who was touring in "Don Juan in Hell" when this episode aired.