Peter Falk would go onto become a TV legend as Columbo.
Frank Sutton would go onto play Sgt. Vince Carter on Gomer Pyle, USMC.
Morgan Woodward is best known as the sinister Boss Godfrey in the classic 1967 prison drama Cool Hand Luke.
Gregory Walcott does not appear in this episode.
Richard Deacon would go onto play Mel Cooley on The Dick Van Dyke Show.
Meyer: I'm not generally sold on anonymous tips.
Carella: You got a long record, Greg. All misses and no hits.
Brovane: It took four cops to get my old man. Four of yous.
Meyer: It only took two of us to get you.
Tully: Crime shouldn't pay. Somebody has to take the rap.
Kling: It's tough being an old man.
Carella: It's not so easy being a young one.
Meyer: You're absolutely right, Mrs. Turner. You don't digest so good.
Peggy: Every friend my brother ever made had a record.
Brovane: (to Carella) What are you gettin' rough for? I ain't got nothin' to tell you.
Tully: (to Clay and Matty) Get off the panic button! The cops don't even know we exist!
Meyer: Publicity is our poison but it's Greg Brovane's meat.
Meyer: ( about Brovane) He's the most truthful hood we ever caught.
Meyer: I'd hate to even consider Greg Brovane's subconscious.
Peter Falk leads the way in this episode as a wannabe mobster who finds himself framed for murder and armed robbery by three sharpies. Only he doesn't know he's been framed. How's that, you ask? You'll just have to watch the episode to find out.