In the first lip-synched musical number of this episode (Sammy Kaye's "The Umbrella Man") the trumpet player is shown playing a prominent lead melody. The sound of the trumpet is cup-muted, but the trumpet is "open".
Mr. Hall to Reginald, who is going to talk to Marlow: "Ask 'im how it ends, for God's sake. And how soon!"
Part of Gibbon's free-association game: "money--shit, fish--Jesus, God--doctor, Guardian--misprint, Sun--trash, you--me, me--Tarzan, ... dream--wake, sleep--lie, politician--lie, table--lie, writer--liar, sentence--prison ..."
Choreography ... Quinny Sacks
Properties Buyer ... David Morris
Graphic Designer ... Joanna Ball
Assistant Floor Managers ... Lynda Pannett, Garry Boon, Nick Wyse, Anna Price
Production Associate ... Ian Brindle
Production Assistant ... Diana Brookes
Dubbing Editor ... Mark Day
Film Recordists ... Clive Derbyshire, John Parry