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The Case of the Velvet Claws (1936)

 -  Comedy | Crime | Drama  -  15 August 1936 (USA)
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Perry marries Della but a beautiful woman interrupts their honeymoon night and demands Perry take her case at gunpoint.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Warren William ...
Claire Dodd ...
Wini Shaw ...
Eva Belter (as Winifred Shaw)
Bill Elliott ...
Carl Griffin (as Gordon Elliott)
Joe King ...
George C. Belter (as Joseph King)
Addison Richards ...
Frank Locke
Eddie Acuff ...
Olin Howland ...
Dick Purcell ...
Crandal
Kenneth Harlan ...
Peter Milnor
Clara Blandick ...
Judge Mary F. O'Daugherty
Ruth Robinson ...
Mrs. Veite
Paula Stone ...
Norma Veite
Robert Middlemass ...
Police Sgt. Wilbur Hoffman
Stuart Holmes ...
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Perry and Della are finally married by his old friend, Judge Mary. They plan to go on a honeymoon, but before it can start, Perry is retained by a woman with a gun and $5000. She wants him to stop a story that is coming out in 'Spicy Bits' about Peter Milner. When Perry cannot talk the editor out of publishing the story, he finds the owner and also finds that the woman who hired him was Mrs. Belter. Soon afterwards, George Belter is dead, Eva shot him and blames Perry Mason for the murder. Written by Tony Fontana <tony.fontana@spacebbs.com>

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15 August 1936 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Perry Mason actually married Della Street in this movie. See more »

Goofs

Bill Elliott's character name is spelled "Carl Griffin" in the credits, but a newspaper report spells it "Carl Griffen". See more »

Quotes

Wilbur Strong: [Opening the door] Welcome, Mrs. Belter. Won't you come in?
Eva Belter: Why - I thought this was Mr. Mason's suite... Mr. Perry Mason. Who are you?
Wilbur Strong: I'm the coroner. We're expecting his death momentarily.
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Followed by Perry Mason: The Case of the Murdered Madam (1987) See more »

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You Left Me Everything But You
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Written by Benee Russell
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Suffers by comparison
20 October 2003 | by See all my reviews

Clearly influenced by the contemporaneous Thin Man films, this entry in the Perry Mason series meets with no success in attempting to duplicate the tone, atmosphere and style of the former. Warren William tries for the casual glibness and offhand wisecracking that came so easily to William Powell, but lacks the light touch such a role requires. The story is a familiar sort of B-mystery jumble: false leads, dual identities, double and triple crosses, shady nephews, lurking housekeepers - all presented at a furious pace, with dozens of brief scenes flashing by in rapid succession. Unfortunately, they don't pass quickly enough in this flimsy effort lacking in wit, sparkle and coherence.


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