-Actor William Sanderson (“The Rev”) recalls an amusing incident that occurred during the filming of this episode: “There was a female extra on the set. I remember thinking that she had pretty boots on. I was dressed in character, which included a bottle of whiskey in a paper bag. I was relaxed and preparing to play the role of a drunk. Months later, a buddy of mine met this same girl in the Hard Rock Café. When she found out that I was a friend of his, she commented to my friend, ‘I worked with him once – at 10 AM in the morning, he was dead drunk!’ The funny thing was that I didn’t even drink!”
-William Sanderson on working on the show: “It was great fun and everyone was very welcoming. Michael MacRae (“Tony”) was a very fine actor. I remember that our characters had to get into a scuffle during one scene. We had to re-shoot that scene many times, and by the time we reached the last take, Michael really unloaded on me and pushed me down hard on the table”. David Hasselhoff was great to work with. He gave me a glossy photo that I kept for many years”.
-Peter Cullen, who voices K.A.R.R. in this episode, is perhaps best known for his role as the voice of Optimus Prime in Transformers.
Trust Doesn't Rust
Original Airdate: November 19, 1982
Michael is assigned to stop KARR, an evil prototype of KITT programmed to survive at all costs--and now on the loose.
Michael MacRae (Tony Coscarelli), William Sanderson (“Rev” Jeremiah Beaudine), John Brandon (Police Captain), John Hostetter (Police Officer), Gary A. McMillan (Security Guard), Ivan E. Roth (Jerry Clarke), Peter Cullen (Voice of K.A.R.R.)
R.A. Cinader (Co-Executive Producer), Steven E. de Souza (Producer), Hannah Shearer (Producer), Gilbert Bettman (Associate Producer), Bernadette Joyce (Associate Producer), David Braff (Story Editor), Stu Phillips (Music), H. John Penner (Director of Photography), Russell Smith (Art Director), R. Lynn Smartt (Set Decoration), April Webster (Casting), Stanley Wohlberg (Film Editor), John R. McDonald (Sound), Ron Martinez (Unit Production Manager), Fred L. Miller (1st Assistant Director), Don Edward Wilkerson (2nd Assistant Director), Walt Jenevein (Sound Effects Editor), Richard Lapham (Music Editor), Richard Hopper (Costume Designer), Don Snyder (Costume Supervisor), Robert Bralver ( 2nd Unit Director-Stunt Coordinator)