When Terry Wilson gets staked to the ground his shirt is still on unlike former co-star Robert Horton in several earlier episodes.
In a series rarity, Bill Hawks gets to kiss a woman in this episode.
John McIntire and Frank McGrath do not appear until almost 29 minutes into the episode.
This episode takes place in the year 1869.
Lisa: Only white man would steal from Indian dead.
Lisa: Our prayers are answered. The white man lives.
Gray Wolf: The gods know you for a leader. That is why they have answered you so quickly.
Grey Wolf: You speak without truth like all white men.
Hawks: All white men do not speak without truth anymore than all Indians are quick to condemn an innocent man.
Grey Wolf: Lisa, I wish to speak to you.
Lisa: No, you wish to command me.
Hale: How many men in your tribe, Princess?
Lisa: Enough to bring about many deaths.
Hale: Seems like only sorrow can soften the hearts of some people.
Nitpick: It's stated in the dialogue that Lisa Raincloud is 24 years old. Dana Wynter was 31 when this episode aired.
Nitpick: The name of the tribe of which Lisa Raincloud is a member is never given.