"The Iron Ceiling" is the fifth season one episode of Agent Carter. It was produced by ABC Studios, Marvel Television, and F&B Fazekas & Butters. The episode was directed by Peter Leto, from a script written by Jose Molina.
- United States, ABC: February 3, 2015
|Hayley Atwell||Agent Peggy Carter|
|James D'Arcy||Edwin Jarvis|
|Chad Michael Murray||Agent Jack Thompson|
|Enver Gjokaj||Agent Daniel Sousa|
|Shea Whigham||Chief Roger Dooley|
|Bridget Regan||Dottie Underwood|
|Greg Serano||Agent Rick Ramirez|
|Eddie Shin||Agent Mike Li|
|Neal McDonough||Dum Dum Dugan|
|Leonard Roberts||Happy Sam Sawyer|
|Richard Short||Pinky Pinkerton|
|James Austin Kerr||Junior Juniper|
|Ralph Brown||Dr. Ivchenko|
|John Glover||Times reporter|
|Veronika Bonell||Young Dottie Underwood|
|Unknown||Red Room instructress|
|J. Anthony McCarthy||Pete, the newspaper guy|
|Alexander Carroll||Agent Yauch|
|Vladimir Tevlovski||Leviathan soldier #1|
|Chris Evans (photo)||Steve Rogers|
|James Landry Hébert (photo)||Sasha Demidov|
|James Frain (photo)||Leet Brannis|
- Angie Martinelli
- Howard Stark
- Vice President of the United States
- Alan Turing
- Loretta Dooley
- Gen. John McGinnis
- Mahatma Gandhi
- Edward R. Murrow
- The girls of the Red Room learn English by watching the film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. They also have subliminal messages put in the short The Dover Boys.
- A newspaper reads that the League of Nations has been replaced by the United Nations.
- Broussard's Pharmacy is named after Captain America: The First Avenger co-producer Stephen Broussard.
- Pete's newsstand sells Adonis magazine, although it didn't begin publishing until 1952.
- The role of Vice President of the United States was vacant between 1945 and 1949.
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