OF THE LEOPARD
In the latter part of the episode, Tom Jenkins is
talking to Chuck on the telephone. When you hear Chuck's voice
on the phone, it isn't actor Lou Frizzell, it is actually
series producer Lou Scheimer. Presumably, the director forgot
to have Frizzell record his line during shooting and with filming
over, Scheimer apparently decided to jump in and do the voice,
as it probably didn't make good economic sense to call in Frizzell
to record only one line of dialogue.
Flight: "Oh Zephyr Winds Which Blow on High,
Lift Me Now, So I Can Fly."
Lou Frizzell (Chuck Nelson) appeared in a lot of TV
and movies in the '60s and '70s, including a recurring role on
the cult hit Forever Fernwood (which was a continuation
of Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman). Of interest to genre fans,
he appeared in the film "Capricorn One" and Rod Serling's
The Night Gallery. Frizzell died in 1979.
Debralee Scott (Jenny) is probably the most
famous guest in this episode. Though she's done her fair share
of film and TV work, she is probably best remembered for her
roles in Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman and Welcome Back,
Kotter, and also for being a frequent game show panelist,
on such series as Match Game and Password Plus. Scott
moved behind the camera become an agent (with Empowered Associates),
based on both coasts. In 2001, Scott's fiancee was killed in
the New York terrorist attacks.
In 2005, Debralee moved to Florida to help care
for her sister, but in late March, Scott mysteriously slipped
into a three-day coma. After she awoke, doctors couldn't find
a reason for the coma, so Scott returned home on her birthday
to unpack her belonging that were shipped from New York. She
died two days later, on 5 April, aged 52.
Paul Jenkins (Tom Jenkins) has done a variety
of bit parts in films and also made several TV guest appearances,
his more recent credits including Party of Five, The West
Wing and Cold Case. Of particular interest to sci-fi
fans, he appeared in episodes of the 1980s Twilight Zone and
Tales from the Darkside.