Goof: At one point there are 2 bullet holes in the windsheld of the truck Kirby is driving, then the holes aren't there. Funny how they fixed that windsheld in the middle of nowhere.
Carol Lawrance robe is 60's here heels of 60's & her hair is 60's custome department wasn't doing their job. This not the 1st time they goofed up
The capree pants of the 60's dosen't fit in with the 40's
Pay close attention to the Doctor when Kirby gets to the Aid Station....
Mike Farrell, B. j. Hunnicutt from MASH in his fourth TV job.
Randy Boone ("Private Hummel")'s real-life family includes: frontiersman Daniel Boone; father-and-daughter singers Pat and Debbie Boone; and, of course, the late Richard Boone of HAVE GUN, WILL TRAVEL fame.
In "Just For the Record" Saunders' mother and younger sister do not mention a younger brother.
Goof: Saunders(Vic) calls guest star Wayne Rogers by his real name.
Nitpick: During some of the quiet moments the audience may hear jet engines as background noise, perhaps from airliners.
Nitpick: At the end of the 2nd parter after an intense gun battle and kraut surrender at the depot, if you look through the trees in back, you can see lots of cars driving down a freeway.
Billy Nelson's first kiss that we actually get to see!
Andrea Darvi, playing the orphan Jeannine in this episode, played the orphan Michelinne in "No Trumpets No Drums."
Goof: Wrong insignia on the crashed P-38 Lightning aircraft. Compare with pre-war vs. D-day invasion markings and later USAAF markings...
Former Cy Young winning pitcher Warren Spahn guests (uncredited) as a German soldier, in his television acting debut.
The head German doctor at the hospital is character actor Oscar Beregi, who memorably played a restaurant owner in an episode of Columbo involving the rivalry of two world-class chess champions.
Pvt. Cole (Arnold Merritt) is listed as a guest here, but he does not appear in the episode-- he was killed (really, truly) in Part 1 a week ago!
Nitpick: When the sarge is at the fence and the guard puts his cig. out on the fence you can see high speed 60's traffic in the background.
Richard Basehart is well-known now as Admiral Nelson of Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. Woodrow Parfrey was a noted character actor, appearing in guest or bit parts in WKRP in Cincinnati, the movie Outlaw Josie Wales, and a multitude of TV shows. Jim Sikking is well-known from Hill Street Blues.
Norman Alden, playing PFC Cooper (an ambulance truck driver) who is killed by Kanger here, also played the father-in-law of "Chip" on "My Three sons."
Rocky Marciano has an uncredited bit part in this episode.
Goof: Near the end of the episode, as the Germans are strafing a building with bullets, Caje and Saunders run to a brick wall. Caje gets up to run to help the people in the building, and loses his helmet. After Saunders calms him down, they agree to go after the Germans "first". Caje retrieves his helmet, puts it on backwards and runs to the German half-track. When he gets there, the helmet is on correctly.