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# 092 <4.24> Justice for All
 
 
(revised 07/18/2022)
 
 


 
 
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Uncredited extra KATHRYN JANSSEN appears as the gray-haired lady from the Tuscany Valley again — this time at the Tuscany County Courthouse.
Compare # 227 for a list of appearances throughout the series.
For details about the extra, compare # 021.

 
Uncredited extra PAUL VAN appears in his usual rôle as the mustached Tuscany Valley doctor again — this time at the Tuscany County Courthouse.
Compare # 227 for biographical details about this minor rôle and a list of all his appearances throughout the series.
For details about the extra, compare # 014.
 

Uncredited extra JACK DOUGLASS appears in this episode again — this time at the Tuscany County Courthouse.
Compare # 130 for a list of appearances throughout the series.
For details about the extra, compare # 032.

 
Season time frame: The jury members have been trying to find a ruling in the Lance Cumson case for two days (since the end of # 091).
 

Uncredited extra LENNART JAKELL appears in this episode again as the distinguished Tuscany Valley gentleman — this time as a patron at Luccio's.
Compare # 227 for a list of appearances throughout the series.
For details about the extra, compare # 016.

 
The filming location for this San Francisco restaurant (Luccio's) is a place at the corner of 10th Street and Wilshire Boulevard in Santa Monica. The place houses a different restaurant nowadays and was remodeled beyond recognition.
A different area of this restaurant was used as Luccio's in season 2 (compare # 021).
 
Mistake: When the waiter at Luccio's brings the wine bottle, he is standing very closely to Emma and Damon's table in the long shot. In the subsequent close-up from the side, however, he is not visible.
In the usual process of making a movie or a TV show, scenes are shot at least twice — as a wide angle shot and in close-up, which bears the risk of inconsistencies. Compare # 001 (Chase and Maggie at the Gioberti Family Cemetery) for the advantages and disadvantages of this shooting procedure.
 
Another mistake of the same kind happens just a moment later: Damon puts the cork from his left hand into his right one while the waiter pours the wine in the first frame (filmed towards Damon). Damon's hands are still closely together when the cut to the next frame follows: In that frame (filmed towards Emma), Damon already grabs at the wine glass with his left hand.
 
Early script drafts suggested that Damon and Emma have a bottle of Falcon Crest 1978 Gewürztraminer at Luccio's. This would have been the only reference in the whole series about Falcon Crest producing that grape variety. In the final version, however, the part of Damon's dialog ordering that wine was omitted, and the wine bottle that was eventually used was a nondescript prop bottle, obviously with no Falcon Crest label.
 

PETER PAUL EASTMAN (uncredited extra) plays a white-haired gentleman, who is a patron at Luccio's in this episode.
Compare # 221 for a list of appearances throughout the series.
For details about the extra, compare # 021.

 
Falcon Crest Victorian Mansion veranda set inconsistency: The horizontal beam atop the pillars has little wholes for decorative purposes in the real Villa (see mark), which are missing in the set.
 
The Asian jury member in Lance's trial (see # 091) is portrayed by another Asian extra (uncredited, too) in this episode.
 

Uncredited extra KEVIN G. TRACEY appears as the thick-eyebrowed Tuscany Valley gentleman again — just like in # 091, as one of the jury members in Lance's trial again.
Compare # 185 for a list of all his appearances throughout the series.
For details about the extra, compare # 001.

 

Uncredited extra ROBERTA STORM appears in this episode again as Mrs. Winslow — she continues her jury duty in Lance's trial.
Compare # 219 for biographical details about this minor rôle and a list of appearances throughout the series.
For details about the extra, compare # 035.

 
The curly haired blonde played by uncredited extra BETTY JEANNE GLENNIE continues her jury duty in Lance's trial at the Tuscany County Courthouse in this episode.
Compare # 175 for biographical details about this minor rôle and a list of appearances throughout the series.
For details about the extra, compare # 015.
 
DAVID GUST, the tall, black-haired and mustached uncredited extra, who also plays different rôles in the series, is prominently featured again as the assistant district attorney sitting next to district attorney Caroline Earle, just as in the previous episode and as in # 154 (compare there).
Compare # 187 for a list of appearances throughout the series.
For details about the extra, compare # 063.
 

In front of the Tuscany County Courthouse, the usual light yellow Ford Pinto Runabout, a well known picture car, drives by. Compare # 001 for details.

 
The Pacific Center for Creative Learning in Santa Monica, CA stands in for the criminal division of the Tuscany County Courthouse for the exterior scene in this episode because the filming in the Napa Valley concluded in # 080.
 
Terry drinks her coffee with cream and sugar. Previously, she used to drink it black (# 049).
She does not like blueberry filling in cakes and pastries.
 
An establishing shot of the International Building in San Francisco is used for the Bigelow Tower, the building where Cassandra's company is housed; that clip will be reused in a couple of future episodes as well, e.g. # 099. The shot comes from a scene filmed for # 027 (Richard and Diana).
 
Fictional entity: Helios Food, a food and drinks distribution company, is introduced. Original script drafts suggested the name Chariot Foods.
 
Inside joke: Bradford Linton (according to early script drafts, Jack Linton), the CEO of Helios Food, is named after LORIMAR program executive JEFF LINTON.
 
DONALD MAY, who guest stars as Bradford Linton, is CARLA BORELLI's (Connie Gianinni) husband in real life.
 
In early script drafts, Richard threw his cognac snifter across the room in the Turf Club after Cass rejected him and left. In the final version, he just slams his fist on the bar counter.
 
Mistake: For the night scene with Maggie and Chase in the Gioberti House kitchen, an old establishing shot is reused; it features their Mercedes-Benz 300 TD on the driveway with the old blue license plate although it was replaced with a white California plate at the beginning of this season. A wrong clip (shot during season 2 and first used in # 021) was selected in post-production.
 
The prop sign known from the Tuscany County Courthouse courtroom in # 046 (check out details there) is now on the wall in judge Holder's office.
The judge's chambers are located at the Alhambra Municipal Court in real life.
 
Due to an establishing clip of Ghirardelli Square before the restaurant scene with Cass Wilder und Bradford Linton, it becomes apparent that Cyrano's is located in San Francisco.
 
Uncredited extra SHARRI ZAK appears as the gray-haired Tuscany Valley socialite again, this time with her hair open though (not with her usual pony tail); she is a patron at Cyrano's this episode.
Compare # 202 for biographical details about this rôle and a list of appearances throughout the series.
For details about the extra, compare # 009.
 
In early script drafts, judge Holder's lines during the sentencing included a reference that Lance will serve his time at the state penitentiary at Chino, CA. The final version does not give away the name and location of the prison.
 
 

 
 
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