CTVA US Legal Drama - "Perry Mason" (Paisano/CBS) Season 3 (1959-60) Raymond Burr

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Starring Raymond Burr
Season 3 (CBS) (1959-60)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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CBS Saturday 7:30pm ET (26 episodes)(070-095)

3.01 [70] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE SPURIOUS SISTER
[verified on film]
03-Oct-1959 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Written by Maurice Zimm / Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Directed by Arthur Marks / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Karl Weber ............... Bruce Chapman (defendant)
Mary La Roche ......... Grace Norwood
Marion Marshall ....... Ginny Hobart
Marianne Stewart ..... Helen Sprague
Peggy Knudsen ......... Marie Sprague Chapman (victim)
James Seay ............... Ralph Hibberly
Charles Cooper ........ Greg Evans
Robert Osterloh ........ Walter Sprague
John Launer .............. Judge
Charles Davis ........... Hotel Clerk
Michael Fox .............. Autopsy Surgeon
Nancy Evans ............. Switchboard Operator
Sam Edwards ............ Cashier
George E. Stone ........ Court Clerk
Synopsis:
A compulsive gambler finds herself cut off from her husband's funds, and puts pressure on
her former husband for $2000, but before he can pay, she's found murdered.

3.02 [71] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE WATERY WITNESS
[verified on film]
10-Oct-1959 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Written by Jackson Gillis / Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Directed by Richard Kinon / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Fay Wray .................. Lorna Thomas (victim)
Douglas Dick ............ Fred Bushmiller
Malcolm Atterbury ... Dennis Briggs
Lester Vail ................ Tony Raeburn
Dusty Anders ............ Betty Clerk
John Bryant ............... George Clark (defendant)
Kathryn Card ............ Harriet Snow
Charles J. Conrad ..... Judge
Ned Glass ................. Mr. Smith
Pat Moran ................. Court Clerk
Paul B. Kennedy ....... Court Stenographer
Synopsis:
The seemingly peaceful, orderly world of a former actress is shattered when a man
claims she's his wife's real mother.

3.03 [72] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE GARRULOUS GAMBLER
[verified on film]
17-Oct-1959 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Written by Gene Wang / Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Directed by Walter Grauman / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Dick Foran ............... Steve Benton (defendant)
Paula Raymond ........ Doris Shackley
Steve Brodie ............ Ben Wallace
Wynn Pearce ............ Larry Benton
Tony Travis .............. Johnny Clay (a.k.a. John Nelson Badley) (victim)
Victor Sen Yung ........ Mickey Fong
Anne Barton ............. Nora Badley
Gordon Wynn ........... Mike Granger
Morris Ankrum ......... Judge
Law Green ................ Doctor Victor
Irving Steinberg ........ Sergeant
Robert Nash ..............Earnshaw
Synopsis:
Perry gets involved with a complicated blackmail scheme when he's called on to defend a
man accused of killing the underworld figure who had been threatening his brother.

3.04 [73] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE BLUSHING PEARLS
[verified on film]
24-Oct-1959 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Written by Jonathan Latimer / Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Directed by Richard B. Whorf / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Music Composed and Conducted by Jerry Goldsmith
Guest Cast:
Nobu McCarthy ........ Mitsou Kamuri (defendant)
Christine White ........ Alice Carson
Benson Fong ............ Itsubi Nogata
George Takei ........... Toma Sakai
Steve Terrell ............ Grove Nichols
Angela Greene ......... Thelma Nichols
Ralph Dumke ........... Hudson Nichols
John Gallaudet ......... Municipal Judge
Joe De Reda ............. Edgar Beals
Rollin Moriyama ...... Ito Kamuri (victim)
John Barclay ............. Judge
Bill Walker ............... Watchman
Lia Waggner .............. Maid
Tom Wilde ................ Detective
Jack Carol ................. Technician
Martha Wentworth ..... Landlady
Synopsis:
Perry Mason defends a young Japanese girl against charges of theft when some valuable pearls are found among
her things, but the charge escalates to murder when her uncle, who controls her destiny, is found murdered.

3.05 [74] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE STARTLED STALLION
[verified on film]
31-Oct-1959 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Written by Jonathan Latimer / Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Directed by William D. Russell / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Paul Richards ........... Earl Mauldin
Elliot Reid ................ Terry Blanchard
Trevor Bardette ........ John Brandt (victim)
Patricia Hardy .......... Jo Ann Blanchard (defendant)
Melora Conroy ......... Clara Hammon
Richard Rust ............. Peter White
Harry Tyler ............... "Pop" Abbott
Morris Ankrum ......... Trial Judge
Arthur Hanson ........... Coroner
John Harmon ............. Fingerprint Man
Don Dillaway ............ Charley Cass
Howard Hoffman ....... Minister
Holly Harris .............. Actress
Hal Hopper ............... Veterinarian
Dick Keene ............... Process Server
George E. Stone ........ Court Clerk
Lee Miller ................. Sgt. Brice
Synopsis:
Perry Mason helps a young woman retain ownership of a promising horse, but when the man
who tried to take the animal is murdered, she's the one accused.

3.06 [75] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF PAUL DRAKE'S DILEMMA
[verified on film]
14-Nov-1959 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Teleplay by Jackson Gillis / Story by Al C. Ward / Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Directed by William D. Russell / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Music Composed and Conducted by Jerry Goldsmith
Guest Cast:
Vanessa Brown .......... Donna Kress
Basil Ruysdael .......... Henry W. Dameron
Bruce Gordon ............ Frank Thatcher (victim)
Dean Harens .............. Tad Cameron
Simon Scott ............... Charles Dameron
Jennifer Howard ....... Judith
Sheila Bromley .......... Mrs. Colin
Robert Lieb ................ Joe Marsden
Robert Cornthwaite .... Anders
Kenneth MacDonald .. Judge
Norman Leavitt .......... Ballistics Expert
Ralph Moody ............. Jacob Wiltzy
Robert Bice ............... Private Detective
James Callahan .......... 1st Policeman
William Hughes ......... 2nd Policeman
George E. Stone ........ Court Clerk
Anne Bellamy ........... Margo
Steve Stevens ............ Paperboy
Synopsis:
Perry Mason defends Paul Drake against charges that he killed a client who had deceived him into
delivering a pay off to the widow of a hit and run victim for a wealthy, unprincipled family.

3.07 [76] Perry Mason: THE CAE OF THE GOLDEN FRAUD
[verified on film]
21-Nov-1959 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Teleplay by Robert C. Dennis & Maurice Zimm / Story by Robert C. Dennis /
Directed by Herbert Hirschman / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Arthur Franz .............. Richard Vanaman (defendant)
Alan Hewitt ............... Fred Petrie
June Dayton ............... Frances Vanaman
Neil Hamilton ............ Henry Noble
Alex Gerry ................. Hale
Patricia Huston .......... Doris Petrie
Joyce Meadows ......... Sylvia Welles (victim)
Asa Maynor ............... Bunny Lee
David Sheiner ............ Rip Conners
S. John Launer ............ Judge
Thom Carney .............. Officer
Pitt Herbert ................ Autopsy Surgeon
Frank Sully ................ Delivery Man
George E. Stone ......... Court Clerk
Synopsis:
A man competing for promotion at a stuffy investment firm faces blackmail and a murder
charge when a client tape records their conversations and then re-edits the tapes..

3.08 [77] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE BARTERED BIKINI
[verified on film]
05-Dec-1959 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Teleplay by Jackson Gillis / Story by Jerome Ross & Jackson Gillis /
Directed by Arthur Hiller / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
John Lupton .............. Wally Dunbar
June Vincent ............. Madge Wainwright
Rita Lynn .................. Lisa Ferrand
Terry Huntingdon ..... Kitty Wynne (defendant)
Paul Langton ............ Simon Atley
Stephen Bekassy ...... Rick Stassi (victim)
John Anderson ......... Bud Ferrand
Victor Rodman .........Watchman
Herbert Patterson ..... Macready
Richard Gaines ........ Judge
Maura McGiveney ...... Yvonne
Robert Bice .............. Drake's Operative
William Idelson ........ Police Technician
Pitt Herbert ............... Doctor
George E. Stone ........ Court Clerk
Don Anderson ........... Attorney
Synopsis:
Kitty Wynne, a young swim suit model caught up in the fast life of fashion design, is
accused of stealing her boss' new line of swim wear and killing a man pressuring her.

3.09 [78] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE ARTFUL DODGER
[verified on film]
12-Dec-1959 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Teleplay by Robert C. Dennis & Jackson Gillis / Story by Robert C. Dennis
Directed by Arthur Marks / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
William J. Campbell .... Allen Sheridan (victim)
Patricia Donahue ....... Joyce Fulton
Lurene Tuttle ............. Sarette Winslow (defendant)
Jerome Cowan ........... Victor Latimore
Peter Leeds ................ Lou Caporale
Douglas Henderson .... Ralph Curtis
Nelson Leigh .............. Judge
Michael Fox ............... Autopsy Surgeon
Vera Marshe ............... Maid
Ken Patterson ............. Technician (Fred)
George E. Stone ......... Court Clerk
Terry Loomis ............. Doris
Max Wagner ............... Gate Officer
Cosmo Sardo ............. Maitre De
Synopsis:
An irresponsible young man makes arrangements to disappear as soon as he collects
his trust fund, leaving his elderly dependent Aunt broke-and accused of murder.

3.10 [79] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE LUCKY LEGS
[verified on film]
19-Dec-1959 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Teleplay by Maurice Zimm
Directed by Roger Kay / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
John Archer ................ J.R. Bradbury
Lisabeth Hush ............ Marjorie Cluny Brandbury (defendant)
Jeanne Cooper ........... Thelma Hill
Michael Miller ........... Bob Doray
Doreen Lang .............. Mrs. Fields
Douglas Evans ........... Frank Patton (victim)
John Launer ................ Judge
Pitt Herbert ................ Dr. James Latham
Ray Kellogg ............... George Sanborne
Sid Tomack ................ Night Clerk
Rennie McEvoy .......... Emcee
Leo Needham .............. Policeman
Arthur Marshall .......... Art Store Clerk
Pat Moran ................... Court Clerk
Synopsis:
Perry Mason defends the winner of a bogus beauty contest when she's accused of
murdering the man who swindled her and her hometown.

3.11 [80] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE VIOLENT VILLAGE
[verified on film]
02-Jan-1960 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Teleplay by Sam Elkin & Seeleg Lester / Story by Sam Elkin
Directed by William D. Russell / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Barton MacLane ....... Sheriff Eugene Norris
Ann Rutherford ......... Judith Thurston
Jacqueline Scott ........ Kathi Beecher
Ray Hemphill ............ Phil Beecher (defendant)
Bart Burns ................. Norman Thurston
Richard Hale ............. Robert Tepper
John Dennis ............... Ward Lewis
Terry Becker ............. Everett Ransome
Willis B. Bouchey ..... Judge
Ina Victor .................. Charlotte Norris (victim)
Jason Johnson ........... Clerk
Frank Hagney ............ 2nd Man
Robert R. Stephenson ...... 1st Man
Cecil Weston ............. Court Reporter
Synopsis:
Perry Mason goes to work during a fishing vacation to defend a young man just released from prison
and facing hostility and violence from the small town where he was convicted of killing a popular
young woman and whose sister has an elaborate plan for revenge. [no Della Street or Paul Drake ]

3.12 [81] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE FRANTIC FLYER
[verified on film]
09-Jan-1960 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Teleplay by Robert Bloomfield & Seeleg Lester / Story by Robert Bloomfield
Directed by Arthu Marks / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Patricia Barry ............ Janice Atkins
Simon Oakland .......... Howard Walters (victim)
Rebecca Welles ......... Carol Taylor (defendant)
James Bell ................. Zack Davis
Virginia Vincent ......... Ruth Walters
Ed Kemmer ................ Roger Porter
Wilton Graff ............... Wade Taylor
Richard Gaines .......... Judge
Jon Lormer ................. Autopsy Surgeon
Joey Faye ................... Motel Manager
George E. Stone ......... Court Clerk
Barry Brooks .............. Hastings
Synopsis:
A plan to kill a husband and run away with his wife backfires on a man when his escape from
a plane crash is delayed by a broken leg and several weeks recuperation in an isolated cabin.

3.13 [82] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE WAYWARD WIFE
[verified on film]
23-Jan-1960 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Written by William O'Farrell
Directed by Walter Grauman / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Marshall Thompson ..... Arthur Poe
Bethel Leslie ............. Sylvia Sutton (defendant)
Frank Maxwell .......... Harry Scott Wilson
Madlyn Rhue ............. Marian Ames
Alex Davion .............. Gilbert Ames
Richard Shannon ....... Ben Sutton (victim)
I. Stanford Jolley ....... Alan Kirby
Kenneth R. MacDonald ...... Judge
Kathleen Mulqueen ..... Miss Croft
Lew Green .................. Autopsy Surgeon
George E. Stone .......... Court Clerk
Peter Hayman .............. Clerk (Bookstore)
Irving Steinberg .......... Cabbie
Craig Duncan .............. Sgt. Townley
Synopsis:
A best seller about survival in POW camp during the Korean conflict and the original diary it was based on
form the motive for murder and Perry's defense of a woman determined to shield her brother from suspicion.

3.14 [83] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE PRUDENT PROSECUTOR
[verified on film]
23-Jan-1960 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Written by Jackson Gillis
Directed by Robert Ellis Miller / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Philip Bourneuf ......... Asa Culver
J. Pat O'Malley ......... Jefferson Pike (defendant)
Barbara Fuller .......... Joan Leonard
Ruta Lee ................... Vita Culver
Walter Coy ................ Denver Leonard (victim)
Dabbs Greer ............. Hal Kirkwood
Dennis Patrick .......... Prosecutor
Ron Foster ................ Fred Pike
Frank Albertson ........ Duck Hunter
S. John Launer .......... Judge
Michael Fox .............. Autopsy Surgeon
Edd Stoddard ............ 2nd Hunter
John Alonzo ............... Guitterez
Paul B. Kennedy ........ Court Reporter
Synopsis:
Hamilton Burger removes himself from the prosecution and asks Perry Mason to defend an
old friend accused of murdering his son's unethical business partner.

3.15 [84] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE GALLANT GRAFTER
[verified on film]
06-Feb-1960 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Written by Sy Salkowitz
Directed by Arthur Marks / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Charles Aidman ......... Arthur Siddons
Fintan Meyler ............ Patricia Martin
Herbert Rudley ......... Edward Nelson (defendant)
Virginia Arness ......... Sylvia Nelson
John Stephenson ........ Frank Avery
Phillip Terry ............. Robert Doniger (victim)
Charlotte Austin ........ Norma Williams
Nelson Leigh ............. Judge
Henry Hunter ............. Banker
Eve McVeagh ............. Saleswoman
John Alvin .................. Bank Teller
Joan Staley ................. Judith
George E. Stone ......... Court Clerk
Synopsis:
Perry Mason defends a businessman accused of murdering the man who embezzled $112,000
from his company, allowing his new partner and his soon to be ex-wife to squeeze him out.

3.16 [85] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE WARY WILDCATTER
[verified on film]
20-Feb-1960 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Written by Robert Bloomfield
Directed by William D. Russell / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Douglas Kennedy ..... Lucky Sterling
Barbara Bain ............ Madelyn Terry
Byron Palmer ........... Charles Houston (victim)
Lori March ............... Paula Wallace (defendant)
King Calder .............. Floyd Gordon
Harry Jackson ........... Roger Byrd
Richard Gaines ......... Judge
Larry Blake ............... Officer
Anthony De Mario .... Dealer
George E. Stone ........ Court Clerk
Lee Miller ................. Sgt. Brice
Synopsis:
An oil promoter is killed while desperately trying to balance the blackmail demands of a
photographer and his sister-in-law, who is determined to prove he killed his wife.

3.17 [86] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE MYTHICAL MONKEYS
[verified on film]
27-Feb-1960 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Teleplay by Jonathan Latimer
Directed by Gerald Mayer / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Beverly Garland ....... Mauvis Meade
Lawrence Dobkin ..... Gregory Dunkirk
Louise Fletcher ......... Gladys Doyle (defendant)
Lew Gallo ................. Richard Gilman
Joan Banks ................ Mrs. Manley
Norman Fell .............. Caspar Pedley
John Reach ................ Dukes Lawton
Nelson Leigh ............. Judge
Bill Erwin ................. Morrison Findlay
Bill Boyett ................. Kelton
Frances Morris .......... Miss Carlisle
Paul Lees ................... Parking Lot Attendant
Ralph Brooks ............. Headwaiter
George E. Stone ......... Court Clerk
Synopsis:
Perry Mason launches an intensive search for a mysterious package that may
contain a pivotal clue in a murder.

3.18 [87] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE SINGING SKIRT
[verified on film]
12-Mar-1960 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Teleplay by Jackson Gillis
Directed by Arthur Marks / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Joan O'Brien ............. Betty Roberts (defendant)
Henry Lascoe ............ George Anclitas
Allison Hayes ........... Sadie Bradford
H.M. Wynant ............. Wilton (Slim) Marcus
Jeanne Moody ........... Vivian Ennis (victim)
Fredd Wayne ............. William Gowrie
Chris Warfield .......... Manning Ennis
Robert B. Williams ....... Police Captain
Richard Gaines ......... Judge
Stafford Repp ............ Frederick Halstead
Byron Morrow .......... Thomas Ranger
John Harmon ............. Frank Wilton
Michael Fox .............. Autopsy Surgeon
Harry Fleer ............... Detective
Ken Walken ............... Parking Lot Attendant
George E. Stone ........ Court Clerk
Synopsis:
A waitress at a gambling club asks Perry for help when she becomes suspicious of a
poker game she witnessed at work and it looks like she will be framed for murder.

[--] 19Mar60 re-run of "The Case of the Perjured Parrot" (from season 2 - 20Dec58)

3.19 [88] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE BASHFUL BURRO
[verified on film]
26-Mar-1960 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Written by Jonathan Latimer
Directed by Robert Ellis Miller / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Ray Stricklyn ............ Gerald Norton (defendant)
Elizabeth Fraser ....... Hazel Bascombe
George Mitchell ...... Amos Cartledge
Sue George ............... Sally Norton
Ben Wright ................ Crawford Wright
Charles Bateman ....... Roy Dowson
Hugh Sanders ............ Ken Bascombe (victim)
Wendell Holmes ....... District Attorney Williams
John Pickard ............. Sheriff Keller
Lewis Martin ............ Judge
Kay Kuter ................. Deputy
Jack Orrison ............. Coroner's Physician
Stephen Courtleigh ...... Ballistics Expert
Mike Mason .............. Cowboy
Joan Elliott ............... Button Salesgirl
Tony Michaels .......... Waiter
Synopsis:
Perry Mason gets involved with a young couple trying to work an old gold mine
who are being pushed by a rancher who wants to buy their land.

3.20 [89] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE CRYING CHERUB
[verified on film]
09-Apr-1960 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Written by Jonathan Latimer
Directed by William D. Russell / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Joe Maross ............... David Lambert (defendant)
Tom Drake ................ Richard Harkens
Abraham Sofaer ........ Sylvester Robey
With:
Mala Powers ............ June Sinclair (defendant)
David Lewis ............. Deputy D.A. Mark Hanson
Kathryn Givney ......... Amelia Harkens
Carmen Phillips ........ Liza Carson Lambert (victim)
Thomas McBride ...... Thomas Clark
Richard Gaines ......... Judge
Isabel Randolph ........ Mrs. Vandercord
Elvia Allman ............. Mrs. Forbes
Elizabeth Harrower ...... Woman Artist
Lee Miller ................. Sgt. Brice
Patrick Waltz ............. Policeman
Jack Perrin ................ Bidder #1
Mary Benoit .............. Bidder #2
Helene Heigh ............ Club Woman
George E. Stone ........ Court Clerk
Synopsis:
Perry Mason defends a young woman charged with murder following accusations that she
and her boy friend substituted a fake for a valuable Matisse original. [No Hamilton Burger]

3.21 [90] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE NIMBLE NEPHEW
[verified on film]
23-Apr-1960 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Teleplay by Sy Salkowitz & Seeleg Lester / Story by Sy Salkowitz
Directed by Richard Kinon / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Robert Gist ................ Deputy D.A. Claude Drumm
William H. Wright ..... Adam Thompson
Carl Benton Reid ....... Victor Logan
Bert Convy ................. Harry Thompson (defendant)
Crahan Denton ........... Frank Jarrett /a.k.a. Norman Justine (victim)
Linda Leighton ........... Ellen Foster
Myrna Fahey .............. Lydia Logan
S. John Launer ........... Judge
Joel Lawrence ............ Elliott Carter
Warren Frost .............. Technician
Michael Fox ............... Autopsy Surgeon
Sam Flint .................... Banker
Ted Stanhope .............. Realtor
George E. Stone .......... Court Clerk
Synopsis:
An old man who suspects his nephews of stealing information on his business dealings rigs a photographic
trap on his safe that backfires and puts one of the boys on trial for murder. [No Hamilton Burger]

3.22 [91] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE MADCAP MODISTE
[verified on film]
30-Apr-1960 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Written by Harold Swanton
Directed by William D. Rusell / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Special Gowns and Sketches by Charles La Maire
Guest Cast: 
John Conte ................ Charles Pierce (defendant)
Marie Windsor ......... Flavia Halliday Pierce (victim)
Les Tremayne ........... Deputy D.A. Stewart Linn
Leslie Parrish ........... Hope Sutherland
David White ............. Henry De Garmo
Robert Ellenstein ...... Medical Examiner
Dorothy Neumann ..... Leona Durant
Edward Mallory ....... George Halliday
Truman Bradley ........ Narrator
Morris Ankrum ......... Judge
George E. Stone ....... Court Clerk
Lee Miller ................ Sgt Brice
Anne Belle George ...... Model #1
Pat Olson ................. Model #2
Synopsis:
Perry Mason represents a man accused of murdering his wife, the chief designer for their blossoming
clothing company, who had decided to divorce him and cut him out of the business. [No Hamilton Burger]

3.23 [92] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE SLANDERED SUBMARINE
[verified on film]
14-May-1960 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Written by Sam Neuman
Directed by Arthur Marks / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Hugh Marlowe ........... Cmdr. James Page (victim)
Robert F. Simon ......... Anthony Beldon
Jack Ging ................... Seaman Robert Chapman (defendant)
Mort Mills ................. Barry Scott
Robert H. Harris ........ Gordon Russell
Edward Platt .............. Cmdr. Driscoll
Russ Conway ............. Cmdr. Jerome Burke
Robert Brubaker ........ Lou Hansford
Ann Robinson .............Vivian Page
Stephen Chase ............ Cmdr. Foyle
William Tannen .......... Lt. Cmdr. Matt Stewart
Joseph Corey .............. Johnny Larkin
Tom Palmer ................ Cmdr. Reynolds
Herb Vigran ................ Ernest Pritchard
Raoul DeLeon ............ Julio Remarto
Freeman Lusk ............. Capt. Horton
Richard Geary ............ O.N.I. Officer
Dean Casey ................ Shore Patrolman
Synopsis:
Perry Mason gets involved in a dispute between a man and his son-in-law, a Navy commander
who is convinced there has been some fraudulent actions in regards to a government contract
awarded to the older man's company. [No Hamilton Burger]

3.24 [93] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE OMINOUS OUTCAST
[verified on film]
21-May-1960 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Written by Jackson Gillis
Directed by Arthur Hiller / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Robert Emhardt ......... J.J. Flaherty
Jeremy Slate .............. Bob Lansing (defendant)
Maggie Hayes ............ Vivian Bell
Denver Pyle ............... Tom Quincy
Walter Burke .............. James Blackburn
Irene Tedrow ............. Amy Douglas
Claude Stroud ............ Jeff Douglas
Henry Norell ............. Frederick Bell (victim)
Willis B. Bouchey ..... Judge
Jack Holland .............. Autopsy Surgeon
David McMahon ........ Bartender
Mary Eastman ............ Secretary
Synopsis|:
Perry Mason defends Bob Lansing, who came to a small town to find his mysterious childhood
benefactor, but learns instead that his real father was a hated and feared town bully.
[No Hamilton Burger]

3.25 [94] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE IRATE INVENTOR
[verified on film]
28-May-1960 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Written by Marianne Mosner & Francis Rosenwald
Directed by Gerald Mayer / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Tom Coley ................ James Frazier (defendant)
Kasey Rogers ........... Lois Langley
Ken Lynch ................. Robert Hayden
Manning Ross ........... Calvin Boone
CeCe Whitney ........... Thelma Frazier (victim)
Doug Odney .............. Arthur Hayden
Barry Cahill .............. Sgt. M. Quimby
Kenneth R. MacDonald ...... Judge
Gertrude Flynn ........... Mrs Nichols
Arthur Peterson .......... Sorrell
George E. Stone ......... Court Clerk
Synopsis|:
James Frazer, an inventor of a anti-collision device that could prevent mid-ar accidents
suddenly turns up after a three week absence, just in time to be charged with
the murder of his wife.

3.26 [95] Perry Mason: THE CASE OF THE FLIGHTY FATHER
[verified on film]
11-Jun-1960 CBS Sat
Executive Producer: Gail Patrick Jackson / Producer: Herbert Hirschman /
Associate Producer & Story Consultant: Seeleg Lester / Associate Producer: Arthur Marks
Assistant to the Producer: Art Seid, A.C.E.
Written by Jackson Gillis
Directed by William D. Russell / Director of Photography: Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Anne Benton ............... Trudy Holbrook (defendant)
Hayden Rorke ............. Jay Holbrook #1
Francis X. Bushman ..... Lawrence King (victim)
Henry Beckman ............ David
William Allyn .............. Wally Harper
Berry Kroeger .............. Donald J. Evanson
Francis De Sales .......... Holbrook #2
Dan Riss ....................... Peter Sample
Grandon Rhodes ........... Judge
Tom Fadden .................. Gus Nickels
Arthur Hanson ............... Autopsy Surgeon
Betty Farrington ............ Housekeeper
Gail Bonney .................. Maid
Paul B. Kennedy ........... Court Reporter
George E. Stone ............ Court Clerk
Synopsis:
An heiress turns to Perry for help with the two men claiming to be her father.

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