- Actor Allusion: In the very first line of the show's theme song "The Unknown Stuntman" (sung by Lee Majors himself): "Well, I'm not the kind to kiss and tell, but I've been seen with Farrah..."
- In one episode, Colt uses a small catapult to jump over a fence in much the same way Lee Majors (or rather his stuntman) simulated bionic jumping as Steve Austin in The Six Million Dollar Man.
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- Colt's first-season boss, "Big Jack", is played by Jo Ann Plug, better known as Lt. Dish in M*A*S*H.
- In addition to his work on The Fall Guy, Glen A. Larson also served as creator and executive producer of Alias Smith and Jones, Battlestar Galactica, Automan, and Knight Rider; co-creator and executive producer of B.J. and the Bear, Quincy, M.E., Manimal, and Magnum, P.I.; developer and executive producer of The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries and Night Man; and co-developer and executive producer of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century.
- Ted Lange directed three episodes. Lange is best known for playing Isaac Washington on The Love Boat.
- Long before his involvement with the series, theme song co-composer Dave Somerville was previously lead vocalist with The Diamonds, a late '50s/early '60s vocal quartet from Canada mostly well known for interpreting and introducing rhythm and blues vocal group music to the wider pop music audience. Their hits include "Little Darlin'" and "The Stroll."
- The MAD Magazine satire was titled "The Brawl Guy."
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