This is a shot out from Universal Studios; the bottom 1/4 of the screen shows a lack of depth in the construction.
Jack employs some fresher Dodger Stadium footage -
Phillies Vs. Dodgers!!
This looks like the last gasp of maybe a rejected shot of Georgia Street Juvenile.
I like the composition. The framing respects the stoic facade.
One has to intuit that this is Georgia Street - It's too difficult to make out the text along the eaves.
The eave-pan is the most used sequence to Georgia Street Station; we've seen it a ton of times.
Even our typical entryway shot seems brighter.
They still take us in through the front door that we almost went through with Joe & Bill that one time.
Joe gets a low angle shot. Heroic 'n stoic.
Click to enlarge. If you dare.
Cathleen Cordell is back as our token 'Society Lady'. I believe that this is the second episode in which Joe traumatizes her with photos of child abuse/neglect.
Her outfit is great. Vincent Dee is on top of his game with dressing society types.
Blue and gold, because of course. But the gold in her accessories break the colors before they can reach her face - this way she looks nicer on TV. Herringbone is difficult to represent; her pattern is large enough not to cancel itself out on screen. If I had gone to fashion college instead of architecture college, I could probably better explain myself.
There is literally no point in dressing up. I guess It's just fun?
Is society really so helplessly casual? Does no one dress up?
April is child abuse prevention month. Yeah! So hard, sometimes.
LOOK AT THIS, LADY
IT'S SO BAD, THE NETWORK WON'T SHOW IT
This looks like some of our old Bel Air shooting day footage.
Maybe it's new. Who knows?
Brick pavers and stone. Hard surfaces!
Oh! Elizabeth Knowles and her weird accent!
So prissy, so feminine this set. Flowers, gold leaf, fragile vases, a Van Gogh print, lovely/bizarre gold light switch plate. Double entry doors and a damn chandelier!
Is that green wall-to-wall carpet?
Books! Candlesticks! A rotary phone! An apothecary lamp with a conical shade.
Jeepers! This lady is so rich that her books are even all organized on bookcases.
You always know it's sound stage because there is never a good view.
This is the starkest, yellowest principal's office ever.
YELLOW IS LITERALLY THE LEAST IDEAL COLOR FOR A PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE
OK MAYBE RED WOULD BE WORSE
Here's a shot recycled all the way back from episode one of season one of Central Receiving Hospital:
Stacy Harris is here to play the Olan Soule figure this episode.
Sometimes Harry Bartell fills in, like that time Officer Dave got shot.
I won't stand for it! I'm out of here!
HOLD THE PHONE
Beards have reached critical mass and are now going out of style.
Now, in 2014. It's true! I read it in a thing.
SHE READ IT IN A THING
Great luggage is always in style!
Fleeing your ex-wife and son? Only the greenest of luggage will do!
Leather with gold hardware for those lengthy, cross-country trips.
Luggage - For when it's time to GTFO
NEVER MIND, KID
Len Wayland's desk has a nice clutter - but we still are seeing drapes rather than backdrops.
Are we in Parker Center or Georgia Street Juvenile?
This dress is so villainess! Perfect, right?
YES THIS IS THE BEST VINCENT DEE EPISODE EVER
Is this the Hall of Justice set? It's obviously just a couple of walls and a little signage, but still.
"In a moment, a conclusion on tonight's story."
Mrs. Marian Devon
Now undergoing psychiatric treatment as a condition of her probation.
Jack Webb as Sergeant Joe Friday
Harry Morgan as Officer Bill Gannon
Elizabeth Knowles as Marian Devon
Cathleen Cordell as Mrs. Sadler
Logan Harbaugh as Chris Devon
Stacy Harris as Doctor Manning
Edward Faulkner as Lawrence Devon
Vinton Hayworth as Judge Crosson
Len Wayland as Captain Morris
Frankie Kabott as Andy Fulkerson
Ron Pinkard as Officer John McKee
Art Direction - John E. Chilberg, II
Set Decor - John McCarthy & John Sturtevant
Costumes - Vincent Dee
Written by James Doherty & Robert C. Dennis
Aired 27 September 1969
Now undergoing psychiatric treatment,