Like Ellery Queen co-star David Wayne, Victor Buono once played a villain on Batman--corpulent pharoah King Tut.
Vera Miles' best known role is that of Lila Crane in the classic Alfred Hitchcock shocker Psycho.
Edward Mulhare should be familiar as Captain Gregg on the 1968-70 ABC/NBC comedy The Ghost and Mrs. Muir.
Inspector Queen: Brimmer! What are you doing here?
Brimmer: A concerned citizen coming forth with interesting information.
Inspector Queen (to Brimmer) The city stopped issuing magnifying glasses with gas lighting.
Inspector Queen: You're not leveling with us, Vargo.
Clint: (to the Queens) Down where I come from we know what to do with killers--find 'em. We don't let 'em just walk around.
Brimmer: Well, Inspector, I'd say you have a brand new case on your hands.
Celeste: Obviously, you've checked my alibi, Inspector.
Inspector Queen: It's part of my job, Miss Wakefield.
Inspector Queen: Paperwork! Pretty soon you'll need a judge's permission to question a suspect.
Brimmer: I think I can help you, Inspector.
Inspector Queen: You brought me an aspirin?
Inspector Queen: If you're concealing evidence, Brimmer.....
Brimmer: I'm concealing nothing, Inspector. I'm merely employing methods more effective than the police.
Vargo: True genius can never be defeated. I shall create another masterpiece.