On her way to a concealed observation post, Tara passes a crate of FF-70 rifles - the weapons at the center of a bidding war in "Have Guns Will Haggle".
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Trent's motorcycle is a single cylinder BSA 250 Starfire.
There is a musical effect heard in the scene where Steed is in the hotel room and the shot where the man pulls the dolls leg/key as well as others. The device that was used to create this effect is called a Talkbox and is an effects box connected to a bass guitar, with a plastic pipe held in the musicians mouth. By using this device the musician can change the shape of the notes played with his mouth.
The x-ray image of the contents of the case were re-used as a prop in "Thingumajig"; supposedly being an x-ray of the Thingumajig.
The Cunningham family crypt set was reused twice in this series. It was Mothers hideout in "Who Was That Man I Saw You With" and Junipers workshop (painted white) in "Pandora".
Colonel Stonehouse wears a Brigade of Guards tie.
Patrick Newell, the actor who plays Mother also provided the voice of one of Captain Andrews men at the airfield. When Andrews is asking for reports on the intruder, you can twice hear Patrick Newell's voice say "Nothing visible".
One of the few episodes, if not the only one, of the series, where you have a child character.
Linda Throson said that during the shooting of the episode, it was nearly always raining, and the scenes with the German Shepherd smelt the wet dog.
Unlike all the other episodes, the usual final sequence in Steed or Tara's apartment was shot without either of them.
When Steed and Tara arrive at the Cremorne Hotel their dialogue is unusually clear for a location shoot. This is because, in the 1960's, microphone technology was quite poor and so location dialogue was almost always re-recorded in the studio in post production.