This is Col. Crittendon's first appearance in the sixth season. Sgt. Baker became a prisoner at the start of this season. When Baker first hears LeBeau mention Crittendon, he responds "Oh, not Crittendon!" as if he's already heard of him and seen his bungling personally.
Schultz wears white gloves and a light-colored braid on his right shoulder in this episode.
Hogan: When you take her in your strong arms, she'll tell ya anything.
Crittendon: I'm sorry, Hogan, no. There are some things that a British officer does not do.
Carter: Uh, Colonel Crittendon, would you like to see a picture of her? We found one on Sir Chitterly's wall.
Crittendon: Sorry, chaps, but an officer's model code... (looks at picture of beautiful Lady Chitterly) is uh... is, uh...
Klink: We understood that the General was not arriving until this morning, uh, sir.
Carter: (as General von Schlom) It is morning, Klink. One o'clock in the morning is morning.
Klink: One o'clock in the morning is morning, yes sir.
Carter: (as General von Schlom) Two o'clock in the morning is morning, and three o'clock in the morning is morning and remember that, Klink!!
Hogan: LeBeau, shave off his mustache.
Crittendon: My mustache?
Hogan: It's all right, Crittendon, you can always use it as a goatee.
Hogan: That's the way we're going to have to go.
Newkirk: Oh no, sir. No, no, not that, sir.
Hogan: You think I'm happy about it, Newkirk? I want you and Carter to go out tonight. Break into Stalag 12 and bring Crittendon back here.
Carter: Oh, Colonel, no.
Hogan: Carter, don't you know there's a war goin' on?
Carter: I know it now, sir.
This episode and the episode immediately following it(part 2) mark the only two appearances from Anne Rogers.
Anne appeared in television from the 1950's into 2012, the theater from the 1950's through the 1970's and in film through the 1980's.
This marks the third of four appearances from Harold Gould. He played a general in all episodes.
Harold appeared in a combined 200 credited appearances in television and film from 1951 into 2010.
This marks the seventh of eight appearances from Bernard Fox.
Bernard played Colonel Crittendon in every appearance.
This episode appears third on the VHS collection's "Colonel Rodney Crittendon" volume.
The closing credits contain an uncharacteristic voiceover by Bob Crane, announcing that the episode will be continued the following week.
The title is inspired by D.H. Lawrence's controversial bestseller "Lady Chatterley's Lover". The scandalously explicit novel portrays a lurid affair between a noblewoman and a gamekeeper. The novel was condemned as obscene by courts around the world, but is credited with pushing back the boundaries of censorship. It was published in 1928.