The newspaper office in Parkerton is the Blanton Chronicle
Why would Vance take the towel with the powder burns back to his room.
The title is based upon a quote from William Shakespeare's play "King Henry IV, Part I" (Act I, Scene II): "He will give the devil his due".
If you listen carefully you will notice the following: Neville Brand as Gaff, after robbing the Father Owens character, mistakenly calls his men Eddie and Burt, all other times (and in the credits) they are known as Eddie and Maury. Maury was the role played by James Griffith.
This is the only time John Cole is credited with the role of Houk, a bounty hunter, 72 other appearances he was known as Bailey, and twice he played Indians, for a total of 75 Rawhide appearances.
This was the first of 93 episodes with William R. Thompkins. In the first 46 he was simply referred to as a drover, the last 47 he was credited as 'Toothless'.
This was the fourth and final credited role of Marilyn Winston.
Although Victor McLaglen is credited in the role of Harry Winston, he is called Harry Wittman several times during this episode.
Victor McLaglen died on November 7, 1959, a little over a month after this episode aired.
Guest star Victor McLaglen and episode director Andrew V. Mc Laglen are father and son.