(Continuity error)When the group of robbers show the get away car to a man at the construction site. The car is a bronze colored 1970 Ford Torino Station Wagon. On the day of the robbery they use a 1969 Ford Fairlane 500 station wagon which is the same color.
The car Inspector Erskine drives in the end credits of this episode is a 1971 Ford LTD Brougham 2-Door hardtop coupe.
In the end credits. Efrem Zimbalist Jr. drives two different cars, a white 1971 Ford LTD Brougham 2-Door Coupe and a red 1971 Mercury Cougar 2-Door coupe.
Guest star Jim McKrell is also billed a James McKrell.
Matthew Knox who played the 2nd Bureau Supervisor in this episode later appeared as the 1st Special Agent(Louisville) in the episode "The Mastermind, Part 1" which aired during the 1971-1972 season.
Cliff McDonald who played the 3rd Bureau Supervisor in this episode would later appear in the episodes The Mastermind, Part1 . He played the role of the 2nd Special Agent(Louisville) and "The Corruptor". He played FBI Agent Dan Riss. Both episodes aired during the 1971-1972 season.
During 1970. Warner Bros.-Seven Arts was sold to Kinney National Company and a new stylized "WB" logo and shield with the "A Kinney National Company" ribbon under the WB shield.
In the prologue of this episode. The two bank robbers use a copper colored 1967 Ford Thunderbird coupe as a get away car.