CTVA US Legal Drama - "Perry Mason" (Paisano/CBS) Season 9 (1965-66) Raymond Burr

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Starring Raymond Burr
Season 9 (CBS) (1965-66)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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################# Perry Mason ################
############## season 9 1965-66 ##############
############### (final season) ###############
CBS Sunday 9:00pm ET (30 episodes)(242-271)

Automobiles Supplied by The Ford Motor Company (most eps)
Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp
 (both on 9.13).

Regular Cast (season 9)
Raymond Burr as Perry Mason
Barbara Hale as Della Street
William Hopper as Paul Drake
William Talman as Hamilton Burger
Richard Anderson as Lt. Steve Drumm
Dan Tobin as Terrance Clay

9.01 [242] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE LAUGHING LADY
[verified on film]
12-Sep-1965 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Orville H. Hampton /
Directed by Jesse Hibbs / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music Composed & Conducted by Leigh Harline
Guest Cast:
Constance Towers .... Leona Devore
Jean Hale .................. Carla Chaney (defendant)
John Abbott ............... Dr. Durwood Tobey
Bernard Fox .............. Peter Stange
John Dall ................... Roan Daniel
Allison Hayes .......... Cho Sin
Mickey Manners ....... Lenny Linden
John Gallaudet .......... Judge
Shirley O'Hara ......... Superintendent
Michael Rye ............. Commentator
Irene Anders ............. Matron
Synopsis:
Perry feels compelled to help a young lady given to violent outbursts who's been accused of murdering
her boyfriend and who claims the real killer is a laughing lady she's only seen on television.

9.02 [243] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE FATAL FORTUNE
[verified on film]
19-Sep-1965 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by William Bast /
Directed by Arthur Marks / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music Composed & Conducted by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Julie Adams .............. Patricia L. Kean Armstead (defendant)
Lee Philips ............... Gordon Evans
Jesse White ............... Max Armstead (victim)
Ford Rainey .............. Dr. Fisher
Nan Martin ................ Beth Fuller
Dean Harens ............. Daniel Buckley
James Lanphier ......... Marius Stone
Grandon Rhodes ....... Judge
Nora Marlowe .......... Landlady
Alex Bookston .......... Desk Clerk
Belle Mitchell .......... Gypsy
Synopsis:
Perry defends a woman accused of murdering her considerably older husband, a man she married
out of gratitude for all the business opportunities he gave her, just as a medium predicted.

9.03 [244] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE CANDY QUEEN
[verified on film]
26-Sep-1965 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Teleplay by Orville H. Hampton & Robb White [Based on "The Case of the Silent Partner"]
Directed by Jesse Hibbs / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music Composed & Conducted by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Nancy Gates .............. Claire Armstrong (defendant)
Patricia Smith ............ Wanda Buren
Nina Shipman ............ Carol Olin
Robert Rockwell ....... Ed Purvis
H. M. Wynant ............ Tony Mario
John Napier ............... Mark Chester
John Archer ............... Harry Arnold (victim)
Kenneth MacDonald ..... Judge
Kitty Kelly ................. Landlady
Walter Mathews ......... Intern
William Boyett ........... Detective
Lee Miller .................. Sgt. Brice
Sam Flint .................... Old Man
Charles Stroud ........... Court Clerk
Russ Whiteman .......... Steward
Bebe Kelly ................ Hat Check Girl
Synopsis:
Claire Armstrong finds herself arrested for murder when a gambler is killed who was trying to extort
money from her in exchange for Claire's closely-guarded secret formula for low calorie candy.

9.04 [245] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE CHEATING CHANCELLOR
[verified on film]
03-Oct-1965 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Lawrence Louis Goldman
Directed by Arthur Marks / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music Composed & Conducted by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Peter Helm ............... Bob Hyatt
Louise Latham .......... Shirley Logan
James Noah .............. Van Fowler (defendant)
Michael Walker ........ Joe Price
G. B. Atwater ........... Dr. Stuart Logan (victim)
Peter Hobbs ............. James Hyatt
Jay Barney ................ District Attorney
Lee Meriwether ........ Evelyn Wilcox
Adrianne Ellis .......... Myra Finlay
Linda Leighton .......... Mrs. Hyatt
Joseph Mell .............. Medical Examiner
Phil Chambers .......... Guard
Stacy Keach (Sr.) ..... Judge
Synopsis:
At his alma mater, Perry defends Van Fowler, a teacher accused of murdering the temporary chancellor who
had angered several students by accusing them of cheating and who had stolen Fowler's doctoral research.
[No Burger or Tragg]

9.05 [246] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE IMPETUOUS IMP
[verified on film]
10-Oct-1965 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Teleplay by William Bast [based on Gardiner's "The Case of the Negligent Nymph"]
Directed by Arthur Marks / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast::
Stuart Erwin ............. Henry Simmons
Bonnie Jones ............ Diana Carter (defendant)
Hanna Landy ............ Helga Dolwig
Don Dubbins ............ Bill Vincent
Jeff Cooper .............. Henning Dolwig
Frank Marth ............. Mike Carson
Richard Webb .......... Addison Powell (victim)
James McCallion ..... Harvey Blake
Byron Morrow ......... Judge Brawley
Michael Fox ............. Dr. Lund
Ed Prentiss ............... Judge Morton
Lee Miller ................ Sgt. Brice
Clay Tanner .............. Officer
Helen Gerald ........... Matron
Rand Brooks ............ Trainer
Wally West ............... Shelter Man
Synopsis:
Perry rescues a pretty girl fleeing from a beach house, pursued by dogs and carrying
a bottle with a message in it, and later has to defend her against murder charges. 

9.06 [247] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE CAREFREE CORONARY
[verified on film]
17-Oct-1965 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Orville H. Hampton
Directed by Jesse Hibbs / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast::
Robert Emhardt ......... Arthur Wendell
Bruce Bennett ............ Reve Watson
Benny Baker .............. Jerry Ormond
Whit Bissell .............. Dennison Groody
David Lewis ............. Wallis Lanphier
Lawrence Montaigne ...... Dr. Chauncy Hartlund
Hal Baylor ................ Jack B. David (victim)
Joseph Sirola ............ Dr. Raul Caudere
Shirley Mitchell ........ Marilyn David
Tracy Morgan ............ Doreen Wilde
Dan Seymour ............. Nappy Tyler
Alexander Lockwood ...... Deputy
William Woodson ...... Dr. Willard Sholby
Tommy Farrell ........... TV Reporter
Jay Weston ................. News Reporter
Synopsis:
Perry Mason argues before a coroner's inquest when he defends an insurance company
that has been the target of several non-fatal coronary disability claims.
[No Richard Anderson as Lt. Steve Drumm]

9.07 [248] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE HASTY HONEYMOONER
[verified on film]
24-Oct-1965 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Teleplay by Ernest Frankel & Orville H. Hampton and John Elliotte / Story by John Elliotte
Directed by Arthur Marks / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Noah Beery ............... Lucas Tolliver (defendant)
K.T. Stevens .............. Alice Munford
Hugh Marlowe .......... Guy Munford
Cathy Downs ............. Millicent Barton Tolliver (victim)
Richard Evans ........... Larry Dunlap
Strother Martin .......... Roy Hutchinson
Robert Colbert .......... Carl Snell
Mark Tapscott ........... Sgt. Woodward
Al Checco ................. Medical Examiner
William Keene .......... Judge
Thom Carney ............. Salesman
Lee Miller ................. Sgt. Brice
Synopsis:
Mason ends up defending a shady character accused of murdering the wealthy widow he
courted and married through a computer dating service. [No Burger or Lt Steve Drumm]

9.08 [249] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE 12TH WILDCAT
[verified on film]
31-Oct-1965 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Ernest Frankel
Directed by Jesse Hibbs / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Mona Freeman .......... Ellen Payne (defendant)
Bill Williams ............ Burt Payne
Regis Toomey ........... Andy Grant
John Conte ................ Jud Warner (victim)
Karl Swenson ........... Unk Hazekian
Robert Quarry ........... Casey Banks
Roy Roberts .............. Harvey Skeen
Clark Howat ............. Team Doctor
Willis Bouchey ......... Judge
George Cisar ............ Bartender
Ivy Bethune ............... Mrs. Frye
Tommy Farrell .......... Reporter
Patrick Riley ............. Police Officer
Lee Miller ................. Sgt. Brice
Sue England ............... Receptionist
Howard Wright .......... Conductor
Linden Crow .............. Assistant Coach
Joe Scibelli ............... cameo, Los Angeles Rams football player
Bill Munson ............... cameo, Los Angeles Rams football player
Don Chuy ................... cameo, Los Angeles Rams football player
Roman Gabriel .......... cameo, Los Angeles Rams football player
Cliff Livingston .......... cameo, Los Angeles Rams football player
Marlin McKeever ...... cameo, Los Angeles Rams football player
Mel Profit .................. Ski
Paul Power ................ Reporter
Synopsis:
Perry Mason boards a train carrying a minor league football team to defend
one of the owner's, who's been accused of murdering her husband.
[No Dan Tobin as Terrance Clay]
 
9.09 [250] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE WRATHFUL WRAITH
[verified on film]
07-Nov-1965 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Henry Farrell
Directed by Arthur Marks / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Jeanne Bal ................ Rosemary Welch
Marion Moses .......... Louise Selff (defendant)
Douglas Dick ........... Ted Harberson
Lee Farr ................... Glenn Arcott
Gene Lyons .............. Ralph Balfour
Walter Brooke .......... Deputy D.A.
Winifred Coffin ........ Willa Saint Sutton
Robert Easton ........... Ed Allison
Geraldine Wall ......... Mrs. Stallman
Byron Morrow .......... Second Judge
Don Dillaway ........... First Reporter
Henry Hunter ............ Doctor
Frank Biro ................ First Judge
Lester Dorr ............... Photographer
George Conrad ......... Second Reporter
Jack Carol ................ Third Reporter
Cecil Elliott .............. First Woman
John Hart .................. Jamison Selff (victim)
Mari Lynn ................. Second Woman
Synopsis:
Perry Mason has to battle the supernatural as he tries to prevent his client, whom he's just gotten
off of charges that she murdered her cruel husband, from investing her money in a speculative
venture at the insistence of her dead spouse, speaking through the offices of a pushy medium.

9.10 [251] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE RUNAWAY RACER
[verified on film]
14-Nov-1965 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Sy Salkowitz
Directed by Jesse Hibbs / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Henry Brandt ............ Pete Griston (defendant)
Jan Shepard .............. Marge Leonard
Anthony Caruso ........ Harvey Rettig (victim)
Michael Constantine ...... Pappy Ryan
Richard Eastham ....... Oliver Stone
Gavin MacLeod ........ Dan Platte
Robert H. Harris ....... Marty Webb
Jimmy Cross ............. Drunk
Michael Harris ......... Blake Leonard
Paul Winfield ............ Mitch
Lawrence Green ........ Medic
Seamon Glass ............ Joe
Synopsis:
The man responsible for building a revolutionary race car bitterly realizes his
financial partner has been abotaging him shortly before the man is found dead.

9.11 [252] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE SILENT SIX
[verified on film]
21-Nov-1965 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by William Bast
Directed by Jesse Hibbs / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Automobiles Supplied by Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.
Guest Cast:
Skip Homeier ............ Sgt. Dave Wolfe (defendant)
Dianne Foster ............ Linda Blakely
Cyril Delevanti .......... Craig Jefferson
Virginia Gregg ........... Flo Oliver
David Macklin ........... Ron Peters
Hampton Fancher ....... Hamp Fisher
Chris Noel ................. Susan Wolfe
Tyler MacDuff ........... Herb Jackson
Kenneth MacDonald ....... Judge Carter
John Heath ................. Arch
Walter Mathews ......... Reporter
Peter Baron ................ Monk Coleman
Lee Miller .................. Sgt. Brice
Dale Van Sickle ......... Joe Oliver (victim)
Synopsis:
Perry Mason defends a cop accused of murdering a man who had beaten up his sister,
but he must first break the silence of six neighbors who heard her screams and did nothing.
[NO Dan Tobin as Terrance Clay]

9.12 [253] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE FUGITIVE FRAULEIN [verified on film]
28-Nov-1965 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Jonathan Latimer
Directed by Arthur Marks / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Susanne Cramer ........ Gerta
Jeannette Nolan ......... Emma Ritter (defendant)
Gregory Morton ........ Wolfgang Stromm
Kevin Hagen ............. Samuel Carlton
Ronald Long .............. Franz Hoffer (victim)
Lilyn Chauvin ............ Matron
Wolfe Barzell ............ Prof. Hans Ritter
Eileen Baral .............. Elke
Barbara Morrison ..... Woman Magistrate
Peter Hellman ........... German Sergeant
Horst Ebersberg ........ German Border Guard
Hans Heyde ............... Guard at Courtroom
Charles Hradilac ....... 1st Associate Magistrate
George Perina ........... 2nd Associate Magistrate
Shony Alex Braun ...... Violinist
Synopsis:
Perry Mason agrees to go to Germany to negotiate the release of a six-year-old girl
to her grandparents in Los Angeles, and runs into Communist intrigue and murder.
[No William Talman as Hamilton Burger / No Richard Anderson as Lt. Steve Drumm /
[No Dan Tobin as Terrance Clay]

9.13 [254] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE BAFFLING BUG
[verified on film]
12-Dec-1965 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Orville H. Hampton
Directed by Vincent McEveety / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Grant Williams ......... Dr. Todd Meade (defendant)
Dee Hartford ............ Rhonda Coleridge
Ben Cooper .............. Lowell Rupert
Alizia Gur ............... Dr. Nina Revelli
Gilbert Green ........... Dr. Malcolm Scranton
Byron O'Byrne ......... Horace Lehigh (victim)
Teru Shimada ........... Dr. Maseo Tachikawa
S. John Launer .......... Judge
Mary Treen ............... Bess
Robert Okazaki ........ Manager
Nancy Hsueh ............ Geisha
Synopsis:
Perry Mason helps Paul Drake defend his professional reputation when
an industrial spy steals a valuable desalinization process.
[No Dan Tobin as Terrance Clay]

9.14 [255] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE GOLDEN GIRLS
[verified on film]
[based on Gardner's "The Case of the Vagabond Virgin"]
19-Dec-1965 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Orville H. Hampton and Ernest Frankel
Directed by Jesse Hibbs / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Philip Bourneuf ......... Victor Montalvo (defendant)
Paula Stewart ............ Beverly Garnett
Angela Dorian ........... Debbie Conrad
Mark Roberts ............ Irving Florian
Jean Engstrom ........... Corinne Richland
George Neise ............ Stacey Garnett (victim)
Bruce Clover ............ Rick Durbin
John Gallaudet .......... Judge
Lee Fredericks .......... Sgt. Eggers
Lee Miller ................. Sgt. Brice
Charles Stroud .......... Ad-Lib Man
Annazette .................. Teddy Bear #1
Nancy Czar ............... Teddy Bear #2
Synopsis:
A young lady in a white bikini leads the battling partners of a struggling
men's magazine and club operation into a morass of blackmail and murder.

9.15 [256] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE BOGUS BUCCANEER
S (plural) [verified on film]
09-Jan-1966 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Henry Farrell
Directed by Arthur Marks / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Rhodes Reason .......... Martin Eldridge
Patricia Cutts ............. Ann Eldridge
Mary Mitchell ........... Beth Polk
Richard Jaeckel ........ Mike Woods
Kathleen Crowley ..... Grace Elders Knapp (victim)
John Milford ............. Clayton Douglas
Steve Harris .............. Tony Polk (defendant)
Leonard Stone ........... Harlan Kean
Michael Fox .............. Abe Heyman
Meg Wyllie ............... Mrs. Webb
Willis Bouchey ......... Judge
Len Hendry ............... Officer #4
Linda Lee .................. Girl in Newspaper Office
John Strong ............... Buccaneer C
Jack Swanson ........... Officer #1
Hugh Warren ............. Officer #2
John Underhill .......... Officer #3
Jack Shea .................. Officer #5
Patricia Joyce ........... Receptionist
Synopsis 1:
Perry Mason defends a young ex-con with a pregnant wife when he's accused of murdering a
woman while delivering a blackmail payment under the cover of a popular television promotion.
Synopsis:
An ex-con is given a job playing a TV pirate who gives gifts to selected viewers. He finds himself
in trouble when one of his viewers is found murdered by way of a pirate hook.

9.16 [257] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE MIDNIGHT HOWLER
[verified on film]
16-Jan-1966 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Robert E. Kent
Directed by Jesse Hibbs / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Lee Patterson ............ Dan Thorne
Myrna Fahey ............. Holly Andrews (defendant)
Dan Travanty ............ Barney Austin
Alan Baxter .............. Gordon Sellers
Cathleen Cordell ...... Clara Michaels
Ian Wolfe .................. Abel Jackson
Grandon Rhodes ....... Judge
Pitt Herbert ............... Medical Examiner
Marc Desmond ......... Control Room Manager
Phil Arnold ............... Mechanic
Synopsis:
Ruthless radio station owner Kevin Steele is murdered while talking to one of his disk jockeys
on the air, and Perry Mason defends his ex-wife, seen running from the scene moments later,
and who had faced the loss of her son to his manipulative father.

9.17 [258] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE VANISHING VICTIM
[verified on film]
[based on Gardner's "The Case of the Fugitive Nurse"]
23-Jan-1966 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Ernest Frankel & Orville H. Hampton
Directed by Harmon Jones / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Lisa Gaye .................. Laraine Keely
Jeanne Cooper .......... Miriam Fielding (defendant)
George Wallace ........ Stacey Fielding
Richard Erdman ........ Jud Bennett
Russell Arms ............. Reed Kavanaugh
John Matthews ........... F.A.A. Investigator
S. John Launer ........... Judge Telford
John Goddard ............ Al Dolby (victim)
Carl Prickett .............. Operations Clerk
Carol Brewster ......... Ruth Kavanaugh
Tom Vize ................... Process Server
Lee Miller ................. Sgt. Brice
Glen Vernon .............. McGill
Synopsis:
Perry Mason's client is accused of doping her husband's liquor flask before
he sets off on a solo flight to Salt Lake City, Utah, and crashes along the way.
[No Dan Tobin as Terrance Clay]

9.18 [259] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE GOLFER'S GAMBIT
[verified on film]
30-Jan-1966 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Teleplay by Orville H. Hampton / Story by John Elliotte
Directed by Jesse Hibbs / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Carl Reindel ............. Danny Bright
Nancy Kovack .......... Dina Brandt
Harry Townes ........... Erwin Brandt
Phyllis Hill ............... Alma Farley
Dennis Patrick .......... Chick Farley (victim)
Don Dubbins ............. Bill Vincent
Alan Reed, Jr. ........... Jim Harrell (defendant)
Bartlett Robinson ...... Edward "Pat" Patterson
Gertrude Flynn .......... Rosalind - Mrs Hedrick
Regina Gleason ......... Rosalie
Byron Morrow .......... Judge
Bill Brundige ............ Announcer
Ted Stanhope ............ Butler
Maurice Wells .......... Golf Official
Bud Perkins .............. Photographer
Maureene Gaffney ...... Operator - P.A. Voice
Synopsis:
Perry Mason comes to the aid of a young assistant golf pro who has been accused of
killing his boss, a cynical hustler who was involved in cheating, blackmail and adultery.
[No Dan Tobin as Terrance Clay]

9.19 [260] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE SAUSALITO SUNRISE
[verified on film]
[based on Gardner's "The Case of the Moth-Eaten Mink"]
13-Feb-1966 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Orville H. Hampton & Ernest Frankel
Directed by Jesse Hibbs / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Francinc York ............. Bobbi Dane (defendant)
Donald Murphy .......... Francis Clune (defendant)
Mark Tapscott ............ Sgt. Deke Bradley
Allan Melvin .............. Bert Kannon
Peter Mamakos .......... Olaf Deering (victim)
Elisabeth Fraser ......... Estelle Paige
Richard Angarola ....... Campbell Lloyd
Stanley Clements ........ Floyd Walters
Steve Conte ................ Mac
Paul Genge ................. Bud
Kenneth MacDonald ....... Judge
William Erwin ............ Counterman
Dirk Evans .................. Detective
BeBe Kelly ................. Nurse
Linda Burton ............... Student Nurse
Charles Cirillo ........... Waiter
Synopsis:
Paul Drake's investigation into a series of truck hijackings ties into Perry Mason's
defense of an art gallery owner of murder and fencing stolen paintings.

9.20 [261] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE SCARLET SCANDAL
[verified on film]
20-Feb-1966 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Kenneth M. Rosen
Directed by Jerry Hopper / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Will Hutchins ........... Donald Hobart
Gene Evans .............. Moose Dalton
Luana Patten ............. Cynthia Perkins (defendant)
Mala Powers ............ Elaine Bayler (victim)
Lloyd Gough ............. Richard Bayler
Clint Sundberg .......... Aaron Chambers
Richard Devon ......... Ed Kesko
Dee Pollock .............. Howard Bayler
Connie Gilchrist ....... Natasha
Blair Davies ............. C.A. Woodmire
William Keene .......... Judge Seymour
Walter Stocker .......... Charlie Horgan
Carl Prickett ............. Mark
Jack Swanson ........... 1st Deputy
Alex Bookston .......... 1st Reporter
Paul Sorensen ........... 2nd Deputy
Pat McCaffrie ........... 2nd Reporter
Synopsis 1:
Perry Mason defies Richard Bayler, an arrogant client, and takes on the defense of
Cynthia Perkins, accused of murdering the Mrs. Bayler, who had been supporting a
composer and facing a blackmailer's threats. [No Burger or Drumm]
Synopsis 2:
A fishing trip goes awry for Perry Mason after he is drawn into investigating the
murder of a woman who was killed while delivering a blackmail payment.

9.21 [262] Perry Mason:
THE CASE OF THE TWICE-TOLD TWIST [verified on film]
27-Feb-1966 CBS Sun
[only episode filmed in color]
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Ernest Frankel & Orville H. Hampton
Directed by Arthur Marks / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Victor Buono ............ Ben Huggins
Kevin O'Neal ........... Lennie Beale (defendant)
Scott Graham ........... Bill Sikes (victim)
Lisa Pera .................. Donna Reales
Lisa Seagram ........... Robin Spring (victim)
Nicolas Surovy ........ Tick Gleason
Marc Rambeau ......... Jody Laird
Keg Johnson ............. Lester
Judson Pratt ............. Tom Loman
Beverly Hills ........... Sue
Harlan Warde .......... Sgt. Roddin
Harry Holcombe ...... Judge #1
Byron Morrow ......... Judge #2
Helen Kleeb ............. Welfare Worker
Will J. White ............ Deputy D.A.
Coby Denton ............ 1st Officer
Jim Farley ................ 3rd Officer
Synopsis:
Perry feels sorry for young man caught stripping his car, and tries to help
him escape the influence of a Fagin-like crook running a gang of juveniles.

9.22 [263] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE AVENGING ANGEL [verified on film]
13-Mar-1966 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Lawence Louis Goldman
Directed by Jerry Hopper / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Richard Carlson ....... Clete Hawley (victim)
Sue Ann Langdon ...... Dorothy (Dotty) Merrill
Lurene Tuttle ............. Henry McLeod
Chick Chandler ......... Riff Lawler
Paul Stewart ............. Cameron Burgess
Martin Horsey .......... Sandy Chester (defendant)
Patricia Owens ......... June Burgess
Sandy Descher ......... Sherry Lawler
Douglas Evans ......... Judge
Michael McGiveney ...... Technician
John McKee ............. Policeman
Mary Statler ............. Woman
Synopsis:
Perry Mason is asked by a wealthy man to anonymously help further the career of a young
man performing at a small folk club, and ends up defending against murder charges when
his high-powered, obnoxious agent is killed.

9.23 [264] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE TSARINA'S TIARA
[verified on film]
20-Mar-1966 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Ernest Frankel & Orville H. Hampton
Directed by Harmon Jones / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Virginia Field ........... Madame Sonya Galinova
Kendall Clark ........... Gerard Van Ness (defendant)
Vivienne Segal .......... Pauline Thorsen
Leonid Kinskey ......... Vyacheslav Gerznov
Wesley Addy ............. Joachim DeVry
Phillip Terry ............. Rolf Thosen
Janet DeGore ............ Lisabeth Wells
Carlos Romero ......... Ricardo Arena
Barbara Perry ........... Girl Assistant
Lew Brown .............. Officer One
Lee Miller................. Sgt. Brice
Rodolfo Hoyos ......... Rizal
Willis Robards ......... Alvin McCauley
Fayrene King ............ Attendant
Ray Hemphill ........... Officer Two
Kenneth MacDonald ...... Judge
Dante Orgolini ......... Dinaldo
Larry Barton ............. Spectator
Fred Krone ............... Nils Dorow (victim)
Synopsis:
Perry Mason defends a a gem expert charged with murdering a well known jewel thief,
who had apparently helped someone create a phony tiara using real stolen gems.

9.24 [265] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE FANCIFUL FRAIL
[verified on film]
[based on Erle Stanley Gardner's "The Case of the Footloose Doll"]
27-Mar-1966 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Ernest Frankel & Orville H. Hampton
Directed by Jesse Hibbs / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Pippa Scott ............... Ethel Andrews (defendant)
Barry Kelley ............. Mr. Park Milgrave
Arch Johnson ............ Frank Carruthers
Joan Huntington ........ Althea Milgrave
Coleen Gray ............. Martha Erskine
Abigail Shelton ........ Peggy Suttton
John Rayner .............. Tierney
Hunt Powers ............. Bruce Strickland (victim)
Phil Arthur ................ Pit Boss
Henry Hunter ............ Reverend Alford
Vera Marshe ............. Mrs. Alford
Roy Engel ................. Detective
S. John Launer .......... Judge
Ray Montgomery ...... Attendant
Timothy Blake .......... Waitress
Marshall Kent .......... Ed Thomas
Seamon Glass .......... Driver
Lee Miller ................ Sgt. Brice
Mildred Harrison ....... Chambermaid
Synopsis:
Perry Mason defends Ethel Andrews, who tells a confusing story of switching cars and identities
with Peggy Sutton who is later found dead and apparently had someone anxious to kill her.
[No Dan Tobin as Terrance Clay] .

9.25 [266] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE UNWELCOME WELL
[verified on film]
03-Apr-1966 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Ernest Frankel & Orville H. Hampton
Directed by Harmon Jones / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Wendell Corey ......... Jerome Klee (victim)
Paul Brinegar ........... Jason Rohan
Marilyn Erskine ....... Mirabel Corum
Les Tremayne ........... Harry Lannon
James Best ............... Allan Winford (defendant)
Gloria Talbott .......... Minna Rohan
Danielle DeMetz ...... Monique Martin
Edmund Hashim ....... Prince Ben Ali Bhudeem
William Lanteau ....... Ross Darley
Hal Lynch ................. Matt Rohan
Gordon Wescourt ..... Job Rohan
Martin Braddock ...... Dick Yates
Frank Biro ................ Judge
Lee Miller ................ Sgt. Brice
Robert R. Stephenson ...... Guard
Synopsis:
Perry Mason defends an engineer charged with murdering his hated, cold-hearted employer
who had decided against exploiting an oil find that several people are banking on.
[No Dan Tobin as Terrance Clay] 

9.26 [267] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE DEAD RINGER
[verified on film]
17-Apr-1966 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Jackson Gillis
Directed by Arthur Marks / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Indus Arthur .............. Barbara Kramer (defendant)
Arlene Martel ........... Sandra Dunkel
Oliver McGowan ..... Otis Swanson (victim)
Henry Beckman ........ William March
Stewart Moss ........... Dan Swanson
Maurice Manson ...... Jess Parkinson
Tom Palmer .............. Franklin Bates
Chet Stratton ............. Minister
Alan Fordney ............ Harley
Grandon Rhodes ....... Judge No.2
Anthony Jochim ........ Makeup Man
Ed Prentiss ............... Judge No.1
Roland La Starza ...... Bouncer
Mike Miguel De Anda ..... Mexican Worker
Alex Bookston .......... Assistant Manager
Synopsis:
Two men facing a lawsuit hire a ringer for Perry Mason, Grimes, a Cockney merchant seaman
(Raymond Burr in a dual role) to make it appear the lawyer has tried to bribe an important witness,
but Perry Mason's preoccupied with protecting a headstrong young woman accused of murder.

9.27 [268] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE MISGUIDED MODEL
[verified on film]
24-Apr-1966 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Written by Orville H. Hampton & Ernest Frankel
Directed by Jerry Hopper / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Mary Ann Mobley .... Sharon Carmody
Paul Lukather ........... Dennis "Duke" Maronek (boxer)
Anthony Eisley ......... Rudy Blair
Rita Lynn .................. Fern Bronwyn
Don Dubbins ............ Deputy D.A. Vincent
James Griffith .......... Jake Steams (defendant)
Harry Holcombe ...... Judge
Armand Harrison ..... Ira Dewitt
Sarah Selby ..............Woman Clerk
Isabel Randolph ....... Madam Rosa Bruening
Lauren Gilbert .......... Davee Bronwyn
Eddie Quillan ........... Agent
Lisa Davis ................ Receptionist
Lee Miller ................ Sgt. Brice
Darlene Enlow ......... White Snow #1
Robert Legionaire .... Road Block Officer
Jim Johnson .............. Policeman #2
Howard Davis .......... Policeman #1
Synopsis:
A boxer places Perry in an uncomfortable position when he confesses to a murder,
then disappears. [No court scenes][No Dan Tobin as Terrance Clay]

9.28 [--] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE POSITIVE NEGATIVE
[verified on film]
01-May-1966 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Teleplay by Robert E. Kent / Story by Robert E. Kent & Robert Yale Libett
Directed by Jesse Hibbs / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Brian Donlevy ......... General Roger Brandon (defendant)
Bettye Ackerman ..... Laura Brandon
Parley Baer ............. Frank Cumings
Dabbs Greer ........... Bill Cotton
Simon Scott ............. Stanley Overton
Anthony Hayes ........ Warren Cotton
Ted de Corsia ......... George Emory (victim)
John Gallaudet ........ Judge
Jim Drum ................ Photographer
Tom Allen ............... Police Officer
Synopsis:
An upstanding retired general asked to head up a law enforcement commission for an area
outside of routine jurisdictions is threatened with compromising photos of his wife and his
chief aide. [No Dan Tobin as Terrance Clay]

9.29 [270] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE CRAFTY KIDNAPPER
[verified on film]
15-May-1966 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Writtem by William Bast
Directed by Jerry Hopper/ Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Gary Collins ............. Alex Tanner
Cloris Leachman ....... Gloria Shine
Douglas Henderson ....... Greg Stanley (defendant)
Anne Whitfield ......... Patricia Tanner
Mary Foskett ............ Lola Stanley
John Lasell ............... Danny Shine (victim)
Pat Priest .................. Norma Fenn
John Holland ............ Bruno Grant
William Bramley ...... Leon Vandenberg
Walter Burke ............. Man
Willis Bouchey ......... Judge
Patricia Joyce ........... Receptionist
Lee Miller ................ Sgt. Brice
Synopsis 1:
Perry Mason has to solve the kidnapping of a baby in order to defend his client,
a mild man accused of killing the muckraking columnist he worked for.
Synopsis 2:
When a notorious gossip columnist is killed and his assistant is accused of murder,
the witness who can provide him with an alibi refuses to testify.
[No Dan Tobin as Terrance Clay] .

9.30 [271] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE FINAL FADE-OUT
[verified on film]
(final episode of "Perry Mason")
22-May-1966 CBS Sun
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producers: Arthur Marks & Art Seid /
Associate Producer: Jackson Gillis
Story Consultant: Ernest Frankel / Associate Story Consultant: Orville H. Hampton
Writtem by Ernest Frankel & Orville H. Hampton
Directed by Jesse Hibbs / Director of Photography: John M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Music by Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
James Stacy ............. Barry Conrad (first victim)
Estelle Winwood ..... Winifred Glover (second defendant)
Jackie Coogan ......... Pete Desmond
Denver Pyle ............ Jackson Sidemark (first defendant, victim)
Dick Clark .............. Leif Early
Gerald Mohr ........... Andy Rubin
Marlyn Mason ......... Erna Landry
Kenneth MacDonald ...... Judge One
William Tannen ....... Studio Guard
Margaret Shinn ........ Starlet #1
Linda Burton ........... Starlet #2
Maureen Crow ........ Adlib
Louis Elias .............. Stunt Man No.1
Saul Gorss .............. Stunt Man No.2
Lee Miller .............. Sgt. Brice
Erle Stanley Gardner .......... Trial Judge (not credited)
Synopsis:
Perry Mason successfully defends a tv producer against charges that he murdered the
double-crossing star of his television series only to find the man killed after he claims
to have evidence of who the real killer is, and aging actress Winifred Glover accused.
[Real Crew members were interviewed as part of the police investigation]
[No Dan Tobin as Terrance Clay]

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