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The Case of the Lame Canary (Perry Mason, Book 11) | Originally published in 1937 | This is a paperback Pocket Book edition.

The Case of the Lame Canary (Perry Mason, Book

"Perry Mason," Raymond Burr C. 1963

"Perry Mason," Raymond Burr C. - my mom never missed a show. if you asked her why she went to law school she will tell you it is because of Perry Mason.

Starring Raymond Burr as Perry Mason

Perry Mason: About the Show

Perry Mason, the most successful and longest-running lawyer series on television debuted on September The Case of the Restless Redhead.

Perry Mason (1957–1966) During his peak time, Raymond Burr was watched by almost everyone. Was the smartest character in TV land.

Perry Mason - A master defense attorney handles difficult criminal cases for his accused clients. Staring - Raymond Burr, Barbara Hale and William Hopper

Raymond Burr is Perry Mason...I LoOoVe Perry Mason!!! #hedon'tlikemytype #DVRhim #eveningcouchdates

Raymond Burr Born Raymond William Stacey Burr May 1917 New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada Died September 1993 (aged Healdsburg, California, U.

WARNING: This page does not give legal advice ! ! Please consult an attorney. Photo: Della Street (Barbara Hale) and Perry Mason (Raymond Burr).

Della Street (Barbara Hale) and Perry Mason (Raymond Burr) caught! My mom loved Perry Mason I used to tease her about being Della Street.

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Perry mason- only lost 1 case! Very recognizable theme , Perry was aided in his cases by Della Street( Barbara Hale), Investigative assistant Paul Drake(William Hopper)and always had battles in the courtroom with Hamilton Burger( William Talman).

Perry Mason.  It is often said that Raymond Burr was Erle Stanley Gardner's personal choice for the character he created.

It is often said that Raymond Burr was Erle Stanley Gardner's personal choice for the character he created.Though Perry Mason was the criminal defense lawyer, he was also the one who solved the murders.

Perry Mason Dell Comic Book 1964

Second of just two issues of the seldom seen comic book based on the Perry Mason television dete.

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