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Year: 1957 | 1958 | 1959 | 1960 | 1961 | 1962 | 1963 | 1964 | 1965 | 1966


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Case of the Restless Redhead

21 September 1957
Perry's client is menaced by a car driven by a hooded man, whom she shoots at with a gun that was planted in her room. When the guy winds up dead from a bullet, Perry confuses matters by firing an identical gun later at the scene.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Whitney Blake ... Evelyn Bagby
Ralph Clanton ... Mervyn Aldritch

Gloria Henry ... Helene Chaney

Vaughn Taylor ... Mr. Boles
Jane Buchanan ... Mrs. Boles
Dick Rich ... Sgt. Holcomb
Grandon Rhodes ... Judge Kippen

Norman Leavitt ... Mr. Redfield
Helen Mayon ... Mary Thompson
Jack Gargan ... Court Clerk
Clark Howat ... Policeman
Lorraine Martin ... Drake's Operator
Don Anderson ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Sam Bagley ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Paul Bradley ... Man Departing Magnum Studio (uncredited)
Bess Flowers ... Woman Departing Magnum Studio (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Perry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Assistant District Attorney (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Carl Sklover ... Joe (uncredited)
Bert Stevens ... Man Departing Magnum Studio (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Man Departing Magnum Studio (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: The Case of the Sleepwalker's Niece

28 September 1957
A man's wife is divorcing him after he is caught sleep walking with a knife near her bed. When his stepbrother is found dead stabbed with the knife, he is charged with murder and is accused of using his sleepwalking as a cover-up.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
John McNamara ... Peter Cole
Hillary Brooke ... Doris Cole
John Archer ... Frank Maddox
Nancy Hadley ... Edna Hammar

Darryl Hickman ... Steve Harris
Helen Mowery ... Lucille Mays
Thomas Browne Henry ... Ralph Duncan (as Thomas B. Henry)
Harry Hickox ... Phillip Kendall
Kenneth MacDonald ... Judge
Tony Michaels ... Jackson
Clark Howat ... Detective
Fred Graham ... Sheriff
Joey Ray ... Detective
Jack Harris ... Court Clerk
Don Anderson ... Juror (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Courtroom Sepctator (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Case of the Nervous Accomplice

5 October 1957
A wealthy woman hires Mason to buy stock in her husband's land company, hoping to force his mistress out. But her plan goes awry when she is charged with the murder of her husband's business partner Mason bought the stock from.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Margaret Hayes ... Sybil Granger (as Maggie Hayes)

Richard Hale ... George Lutts
Greta Thyssen ... Roxy Howard
William Roerick ... Bruce Granger
Robert Cornthwaite ... Herbert Dean
Jean Howell ... Vinnie Dean
James Gavin ... Jerome Keddie

Norman Leavitt ... Alexander Redfield
Claudia Bryar ... Ruth Marvel
Morris Ankrum ... Judge Hoyt
Tyler McVey ... Sam Elkins
Robert Bice ... Frank Faulker (credited as Hurley)
George Eldredge ... Fenton Thompson
Gail Bonney ... Harriet
Sam Flint ... Mr. Rector
Jack Harris ... Court Clerk
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Cosmo Sardo ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Policeman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The Case of the Drowning Duck

12 October 1957
Perry Mason, Della Street, and Paul Drake head to a small town to defend a young man who is charged with poisoning a blackmailer. They learn the man's father was executed for killing a man in the same town eighteen years earlier.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger (credit only)

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg (credit only)
Carol Kelly ... Lois Reed
Nolan Leary ... Judge Harry Meeham
Victor Sutherland ... Clyde Waters
Carolyn Craig ... Helen Waters

Don Beddoe ... George Norris
Paula Winslowe ... Martha Norris (as Paula Winslow)

Gary Vinson ... Marv Adams
Harry Landers ... Donald Briggs
Olive Blakeney ... Mrs. Wilma Adams
Rusty Lane ... Police Chief Glass
Tom London ... Cabbie
Joseph Forte ... Dr. Creel
Philip Tonge ... District Attorney Harry Cortland (as Phillip Tonge)
Helene Hatch ... Secretary (as Helen Hatch)
Clifford Botelho ... Pedro
Jack Chefe ... Court Clerk (uncredited)
Joseph Crehan ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Norman Field ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Dick Johnstone ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Kenner G. Kemp ... District Attorney Cortland's Assistant (uncredited)
Paul Kruger ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Ann Kunde ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Ralph Littlefield ... Man Sitting on Step (uncredited)
Dean Savant ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Bailiff (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: The Case of the Sulky Girl

19 October 1957
An impetuous niece who demands her trust fund be released comes to Perry Mason for help. But it's her boyfriend who needs defending when he is charged with murdering her controlling uncle as Perry learns their real situation.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Olive Sturgess ... Fran Celane (as Olive Sturgis)

William Schallert ... Donald Graves
Lillian Bronson ... Clara Mayfield
Robert Griffin ... Arthur Crinston
Connie Cezon ... Gertie
Brian G. Hutton ... Rod Gleason (as Brian Hutton)
Raymond Greenleaf ... Edward Norton
Howard Wendell ... Judge Brian C. Purley
Paul Bryar ... Police Sgt. George Wilbur

Frank Wilcox ... Judge Markham
Bob Kline ... Officer Frank Delaney
Larry Thor ... Police Surgeon
Jack Gargan ... Court Clerk
Dick Winslow ... Reporter Andy
Jack Chefe ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: The Case of the Silent Partner

19 October 1957
The owner of a lucrative orchid business is charged with murder after her husband loses stock shares in a poker game to a sleazy ex-con. A phone call from the hostess at the game saying she was poisoned springs Perry into action.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Peggy Maley ... Lola Florey - Eldorado Hostess
Dan Seymour ... Harry Marlow
Anne Barton ... Mildred Kimber
Mark Roberts ... Bob Kimber
Cyril Delevanti ... Tulloch
Michael Emmet ... Sam Lynk
Joe Abdullah ... Mack Fried
Henry Hunter ... Dr. Rubin
Dawn Richard ... Ginger Kay - Cigarette Girl
James McCallion ... Smitty Veteran Reporter (as Jimmy McCallion)
Janet Stewart ... Girl Reporter
Dan Sheridan ... Welsh
Ed Stevlingson ... Mr. Henry
Jann Darlyn ... Miss Carling
Charles Franc ... Mr. Curtis
Joe Quinn ... Fire Chief
Don Anderson ... Policeman
Dick Geary ... Interne (as Richard Geary)

Season 1, Episode 7: The Case of the Angry Mourner

2 November 1957
Sam Burris awakens his wife Betsy, saying he heard a shot at a neighbor's house. Through binoculars they spy Belle Adrian prowling about the house. Fortunately, Perry Mason on vacation comes to Belle's aid when she is charged with murder.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger (credit only)

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg (credit only)
Sylvia Field ... Belle Adrian
James Westerfield ... Sheriff Elmore

Joan Weldon ... Marion Keats

Paul Fix ... District Attorney Hale

Dorothy Adams ... Betsy Burris

Malcolm Atterbury ... Sam Burris

Barbara Eden ... Carla Adrian
Peter Nelson ... Harvey Delano
Eve McVeagh ... Nora Fleming
Addison Richards ... George Lansing
Eric Sinclair ... Mark Cushing
Harry Tyler ... Court Clerk
William Boyett ... Motor Cop
Jamie Forster ... Judge (uncredited)
Paul Kruger ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: The Case of the Crimson Kiss

9 November 1957
Fay Allison and her roommate Anita are found unconscious by Fay's aunt, Louise Marlow, who calls her attorney Perry Mason in desperation. In the girls' apartment Perry and Della discover a key that leads them to the body of Carver Clement.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Jean Willes ... Anita Bonsal
Sue England ... Fay Allison

Douglas Dick ... Dane Grover
Gloria McGehee ... Shirley Tanner (as Gloria McGhee)
John Holland ... Carver Clement / Phillip Walsh
Connie Cezon ... Gertie Lade (credit only)

Joi Lansing ... Vera Payson
Douglas Evans ... Don Ralston - Tax Accountant

Frances Bavier ... Louise Marlow
John Harmon ... George Harlan

Frank Wilcox ... Judge Randolph
Howard Culver ... Dr. Bill Hawley
Don Anderson ... Courtroom Spectator / Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Jack Gargan ... Court Clerk (uncredited)
Larry Hudson ... Police Sergeant (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: The Case of the Vagabond Vixen

16 November 1957
A man picking up a young woman hitchhiking tries to help her but the actions backfire when he finds himself the victim of blackmail. The man's business partner was also involved with the woman and murdered for which he is charged.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Robert Ellenstein ... John Addison

Catherine McLeod ... Lorraine Ferrell
Carol Leigh ... Veronica Dale
Peggy Converse ... Myrtle Northrup
James Anderson ... Peter Handsell
Barbara Pepper ... Martha Dale
Paul Cavanagh ... Edgar Ferrell
Robert Carson ... Sgt. Bent
Pierre Watkin ... Judge Keetley
Perry Ivins ... Print Man
Russell Trent ... Neff
Jack Gargan ... Court Clerk
Lee Miller ... Deputy Sheriff
Don Anderson ... Bailiff (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Court Bailiff at Door (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: The Case of the Runaway Corpse

23 November 1957
Ed Davenport, on his deathbed, accuses his wife of poisoning him, then he expires. When Tragg arrives to investigate, the corpse has vanished, only to be found later, buried in a slit trench several miles away.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
June Dayton ... Myrna Davenport
James Maloney ... Dr. Frank Renault
Sarah Selby ... Louise Ansel

Adam Williams ... Jason Beckmeyer - P.I.
Rebecca Welles ... Rita Norge
John Stephenson ... Ed Davenport
Michael Fox ... Dr. Hoxie - Coroner's Physician
William Challee ... Mr. Medford
Keith Alan ... Officer Boom
Robin Morse ... Dr. Mitchell
Martha Wentworth ... Motel Manager
Jack Kenney ... Detective Kenny
Edwin Jerome ... Judge (as Ed Jerome)
Jack Harris ... Court Clerk
Connie Cezon ... Gertie Lade (uncredited)
Jack Chefe ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Don Gregory - Drake Operative (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: The Case of the Crooked Candle

30 November 1957
Martha and Rita show up at a beauty salon answering to the same name "Mrs. Bradford." Their husband Joe turns up dead on his boat, Martha is charged with his murder, and a candle on the table is leaning about twenty degrees.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Nancy Gates ... Martha Bradford

Whit Bissell ... Larry Sands - Surveyor

Doris Singleton ... Rita Wasselle Bradford
Robert Clarke ... Jack Harper
Francis McDonald ... Capt. Noble

Henry Corden ... George Nikolides
Bruce Cowling ... Joe Bradford

Frank Wilcox ... Judge Newark
Helene Santley ... Receptionist
Hal Taggart ... Court Clerk
Fred Aldrich ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Mitchell Rhein ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: The Case of the Negligent Nymph

7 December 1957
While on a fishing trip, Perry Mason and Paul Drake pull a beautiful woman out of the ocean. In her possession is a note she retrieved from her employer, accusing him of killing his rich aunt during a storm on their yacht.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Connie Cezon ... Gertie
Joan Banks ... Karen Alder

David Lewis ... George Alder

James Griffith ... Arthur Dorian

Peggie Castle ... Sally Fenner
Nadia Posey ... Nina Santos (as Nadja Posey)
James Nusser ... Judge
Forrest Lewis ... Dr. Murray
John Cliff ... Guard Hess
Robert Tafur ... Martinez
Troy Melton ... Patrolman
Irene Calvillo ... Waitress
Elvera Corona ... Dancer (as Elvira Corona)
Dean Cromer ... Police Photographer (as Michael Kopcha)
Bess Flowers ... Stenographer (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Detective (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: The Case of the Moth-Eaten Mink

14 December 1957
Perry and Della are enjoying a quiet dinner at Morey Allen's restaurant when a waitress suddenly runs out and is hit by a car, shots are fired, and Perry is left holding a moth-eaten mink with a pawn ticket hidden in it.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Douglas Kennedy ... Det. Sgt. Jaffrey
Robert Osterloh ... Morey Allen
Kay Faylen ... Dixie Dayton
Than Wyenn ... Frank Hoxie - Hotel Night Clerk
Roxanne Arlen ... Mae Nolan
Grandon Rhodes ... Judge Lennox
Marc Krah ... George Fayette / Herbert Sydney Granton
Connie Cezon ... Gertie Lade (credit only)
Brian G. Hutton ... Parking Attendant (as Brian Hutton)
Jack Gargan ... Bailiff
Lyn Guild ... Drake's Operator
Don Anderson ... Police Officer / Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Chet Brandenburg ... Restaurant Diner (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Harold Miller ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Man at Accident Scene (uncredited)
Carl Sklover ... Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Bert Stevens ... Restaurant Diner / Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: The Case of the Baited Hook

21 December 1957
Perry is awakened in the middle of the night by the phone. A strange man says someone has been murdered and he has two $1,000 bills as a retainer, as well as half of a $10,000 bill that will serve to introduce Perry's mysterious client.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger (credit only)

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Geraldine Wall ... Abigail E. Leeds
Willard Sage ... Robert Dawson
Judith Braun ... Carol Stanley
Al Hopson ... Richard Ellis (as Alfred Hopson)
Mary Castle ... Enid Shaw
George N. Neise ... Albert Tydings (as George Neise)
Connie Cezon ... Gertie Lade
Peg Whitman ... Receptionist
Lyle Latell ... Officer Bill Duggan
Frank Marlowe ... Janitor
Maurice McEndree ... Herb Mulligan - Drake'sOperative
Edwin Rochelle ... Janitor Letting Tragg In (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: The Case of the Fan Dancer's Horse

28 December 1957
When Perry Mason finds some fans and shoes that belong to a fan dancer, he places an ad that several people mistake for a missing horse. Not only does another fan dancer show up, but so does her husband...dead and Perry confused.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Susan Cummings ... Lois Fenton
Scott Elliott ... Arthur Sheldon
Judy Tyler ... Irene Kilby / Cherie Chi-Chi
Robert Bice ... Frank Faulkner
Minerva Urecal ... Landlady (scenes deleted)
Hugh Sanders ... John Callender
Sydney Smith ... Judge Donahue
John Brinkley ... Jasper Fenton
Connie Cezon ... Gertie Lade
Rusty Wescoatt ... Sgt. Holcomb
James Nolan ... Meeker
Herbert Lytton ... Dr. Jackson Lambert (as Herbert C. Lytton)
Don Anderson ... Policeman (uncredited)
Lois De Banzie ... Carol Nielson (uncredited)

David McMahon ... Drake Operative (uncredited)
Dennis Moore ... Stablehand (uncredited)
Suzanne Ridgeway ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Hal Taggart ... Court Reporter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: The Case of the Demure Defendant

4 January 1958
Nadine, a demure young woman, confesses to her psychiatrist on tape under a truth serum that she poisoned her uncle. Evidence has been tampered with and planted, and Perry is in hot water as the police believe he is responsible.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Christine White ... Nadine Marshall
Clem Bevans ... Capt. Hugo
Fay Baker ... Marian Newburn
Walter Coy ... Lester Newburn
Barry Atwater ... Dr. Robert Denair - Psychiatrist
Sherwood Price ... John Locke
Alexander Campbell ... Martin Wellman
Morris Ankrum ... Judge
Connie Cezon ... Gertie Lade (credit only)
Maurice Manson ... Dr. Granby
Steven Geray ... Dr. Korbell
Joseph Mell ... Hot Dog Stand Owner (as Joe Mell)
Paul Hahn ... Sgt. Davis - Ballistics Expert
Ashley Cowan ... Messenger
John Mitchum ... Operative
Jack Harris ... Court Clerk
Lida Piazza ... Miss Wilson - Psychiatrist's Nurse
Rickie Sorensen ... Arthur Lindner
Lelani Sorenson ... Susie Lindner (as Leilani Sorensen)

Season 1, Episode 17: The Case of the Sun Bather's Diary

11 January 1958
A gorgeous woman's trailer was stolen while she was sunbathing, so she asks for Perry's help in finding it. She claims it contains her diary, which details the truthful account of a notorious bank heist her father was convicted for.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Susan Morrow ... Arlene Dowling
Carl Betz ... Dr. Ralph Chandler
Gertrude Michael ... Helen Rucker - Nurse
Peter Leeds ... Bill Emory
Ralph Moody ... George L. Ballard
Connie Cezon ... Gertie Lade (credit only)
Kenneth MacDonald ... Judge

Paul Brinegar ... Tom Sackett
Walter Reed ... Detective Myers
Nesdon Booth ... Mr. Hartsel

Jon Locke ... Sam Elliott
John Pickard ... Sergeant Neil
Don Anderson ... 1st Bank Employee / Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Grand Jury Foreman (uncredited)
Harold Miller ... Sgt.-at-Arms Grand Juryman / Restaurant Diner (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... 2nd Bank Employee (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien ... Grand Jury Member (uncredited)
Jack Perry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Pool Hall Proprietor (uncredited)
Carl Sklover ... Charlie - Armored Car Driver (uncredited)
Bert Stevens ... Court Reporter (uncredited)
Hal Taggart ... Court Clerk (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: The Case of the Cautious Coquette

18 January 1958
Elaine is being threatened and blackmailed by her husband, Harry Pitkin, so she consults Perry. In a complex series of moves, Perry is sent on a wild goose chase to Elaine's apartment, Harry ends up dead, and Elaine is charged with murder.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Virginia Gregg ... Sheila Cromwell
Donald Randolph ... Stephen Argyle
Kipp Hamilton ... Elaine Pitkin
Harry Jackson ... Harry Pitkin
Chet Stratton ... Bates (as Chester Stratton)
Sidney Clute ... Frederick Arms (as Sid Clute)
James Seay ... Ross Hollister
Sydney Smith ... Judge Osborn
K.L. Smith ... Joe Raymond

Brett Halsey ... Robert Finchley
Ed Hinton ... Sheriff Mark Daley
Stephen Ellsworth ... Sgt. Kenny
Ralph Sanford ... Pat
Jeanne Bates ... Western Union Clerk
Paul Hahn ... Sgt. Davis
Weaver Levy ... Jimmy
Jack Gargan ... Court Clerk
Murray Pollack ... Assistant District Attorney (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: The Case of the Haunted Husband

25 January 1958
Della convinces Perry to take a case where a girl in a car accident is framed for stealing the car and killing the driver of a truck. She claims another man was driving the car. Two murders later Perry is still trying to clear her.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Karen Steele ... Doris Stephanak
Grant Richards ... Jerry Heywood
Patricia Hardy ... Claire Olger
Fredd Wayne ... Ernie Tanner
Helen Westcott ... Marcia Greeley
John Hubbard ... Michael Greeley
Harlan Warde ... Harold Hanley
Herb Vigran ... Charlie
Sydney Smith ... Judge
Jack Gargan ... Court Clerk
Don Anderson ... Lab Technician Crane / Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Steve Carruthers ... Hotel Manager (uncredited)
Jack Chefe ... Restaurant Waiter (uncredited)
George DeNormand ... Bailiff (uncredited)
Kermit Maynard ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Harold Miller ... Restaurant Diner (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: The Case of the Lonely Heiress

1 February 1958
A lonely heiress, Marylin Clark, looks for a con man who swindled her sister through a lonely hearts magazine, leading to the sister's death. Marylin finds Charles Barnaby, but he winds up dead, and she is charged with murder.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Robert H. Harris ... Edmund Arthur Lacey
Anna Navarro ... Delores Coterro

L.Q. Jones ... Charles Barnaby
Kathleen Crowley ... Marylin Clark
Richard Crane ... George Moore
Betty Lou Gerson ... Agnes Sims
Gail Kobe ... Margo
Robert Williams ... Lt. Kramer

Frank Wilcox ... Judge
Robert McQueeney ... Dr. L. J. Palmer
Fred Kelsey ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: The Case of the Green-Eyed Sister

8 February 1958
A dowdy woman comes to Perry Mason for help. Her wealthy but ailing father is being blackmailed by a disreputable private investigator for embezzling and she's afraid if her fiancé finds out, he'll break off their engagement.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Connie Cezon ... Gertie
Virginia Vincent ... Harriet Bain
Dan Riss ... Arthur West
Robin Hughes ... Addison Doyle
Tina Carver ... Sylvia Bain
Carl Benton Reid ... Ned Bain
James Bell ... J. J. Stanley
Morris Ankrum ... Judge
Dennis King Jr. ... Dr. Hanover
Alan Gifford ... Dr. Fisher
Charles Tannen ... Night Clerk
Leonard Bell ... Taxi Driver
Jack Gargan ... Court Clerk
Mitchell Rhein ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: The Case of the Fugitive Nurse

15 February 1958
The wife of a prominent physician is arrested for drugging her husband, causing him to crash his private plane. But then he turns up alive, living in Mexico with a beautiful nurse after the dead man's identity is revealed.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Shepperd Strudwick ... Dr. Charles Morris (as Sheppard Strudwick)

Bethel Leslie ... Janet Morris

Dabbs Greer ... Dave Kirby
Maxine Cooper ... Gladys Strome

Jeanette Nolan ... Mrs. Kirby
Woody Chambliss ... Philip Connors (Phil) Reese (as Woodrow Chambliss)
Helen Brown ... Mrs. Strome

Al Lettieri ... Arthur Strome (as Anthony Lettier)
Arthur Hanson ... Lt. Brewer
Larry J. Blake ... Smith (as Larry Blake)
George Davis ... Frederick
Sydney Mason ... Detective Ralston
Lee Roberts ... Detective Ron Jacks
Gil Frye ... Marshall
Joey Ray ... Workman
Jack Kenney ... Detective
Owen Cunningham ... Judge
Jack Harris ... Court Clerk (as Jack W. Harris)
Paul Kruger ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Kermit Maynard ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Police Detective (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: The Case of the One-Eyed Witness

22 February 1958
Marian Fargo is being blackmailed and hires Perry Mason to find a solution to her problem. When Marian is suddenly charged with two murders and the evidence is solidly against her, Perry must use all his wits to save his client.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Angie Dickinson ... Marian Gallagher
Luis Van Rooten ... Samuel Carlin (as Louis Van Rooten)
Dorothy Green ... Diana Maynard

Paul Picerni ... Charles Gallagher
Eve Miller ... Nora Kelly
Peter Adams ... Arthur Fargo
Vincent Perry ... Judge (as Vincent G. Perry)
Richard Benedict ... Steve Daniels
Jan Arvan ... Pierre Renaud
Sam Gilman ... George Danvers
Jean Del Val ... Waiter
Ralph Montgomery ... Bus Clerk
Jack Harris ... Court Clerk (as Jack W. Harris)
Ray Kellogg ... Detective.
John Sands ... Charter Pilot
Doris Wiss ... Suzie
Shirley Buchanan ... Phone Operator
Don Anderson ... Restaurant Customer / Uniformed Policeman (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Bailiff (uncredited)
Kenner G. Kemp ... Restaurant Customer (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: The Case of the Deadly Double

1 March 1958
Perry defends the brother of a woman who returns with a purse containing his gun saying in her nightmare she saw her husband shot and found the gun there. Perry must prove the nightmare was not only real but her other personality.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Constance Ford ... Helen Reed / Joyce Martel

Denver Pyle ... Robert Crane
Carole Mathews ... Cora Dunbar

Paul Langton ... Harry Vance

Murray Hamilton ... John 'Johnny' Davis Hale

Abraham Sofaer ... Dr. Daniel Maitland
Louise Truax ... Sarah
Carleton G. Young ... David Reed
Pierre Watkin ... Judge
Frank Jenks ... Cab Driver
Clark Howat ... Sergeant Grant
Carlyle Mitchell ... Dr. Desmond
Jack Gargan ... Court Clerk

George E. Stone ... George, Bartender
Peter Opp ... Johnson
Josef Elman ... Tony
Kellogg Junge Jr. ... Tommy Reed
Don Anderson ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Fred Kelsey ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Kenner G. Kemp ... Nightclub Patron at Bar (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: The Case of the Empty Tin

8 March 1958
Elston Carr is searching for the heir to the Hocksley fortune, with Alan Neil conducting the preliminary interviews. Miriam Hocksley may be the heiress. Another woman, Doris Hocksley, also has reliable credentials but Carr is found dead.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Toni Gerry ... Doris Hocksley

Warren Stevens ... Alan Neil
Olive Deering ... Rebecca Gentrie
Benson Fong ... Gow Loong
Mary Shipp ... Miriam Hocksley
Anthony Jochim ... Elston Carr

Frank Wilcox ... Judge
Otto Waldis ... John Lowell
Bert Holland ... Dr. Morton
Fred Aldrich ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Don Anderson ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Dean Casey ... Sanchez (uncredited)
Jack Chefe ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice (uncredited)
Frank O'Connor ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: The Case of the Half-Wakened Wife

15 March 1958
Perry Mason defends an old wartime buddy, Frank Lawton, who is framed for murder. He is a handy man accused of having an affair with the woman he works for and killing her husband. The evidence is piling up against him in mass.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger (credit only)

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg (credit only)

Phyllis Avery ... Marion Shelby
Stewart Bradley ... Frank Lawton
Barbara Lawrence ... Ellen Waring

Claude Akins ... Det. Sgt. Phillip Dix
Jonathan Hole ... Arthur Williams
Tom Palmer ... Scott Shelby
Jason Johnson ... Judge Ellsworth
Howard Petrie ... Ben Parker

Peter Hansen ... Howard Black
Paul E. Burns ... Richy - Telegram Delivery Man
Fred Draper ... Ted Young (as Frederick Draper)
Don Anderson ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Perry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 27: The Case of the Desperate Daughter

22 March 1958
Teenager Doris Bannister is having a fling with Stefan Riker, a shady East German who is a longtime acquaintance of Doris' step-mother, Lisa Bannister. Riker has been murdered, and Doris has global amnesia, or is she faking it?

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Gigi Perreau ... Doris Bannister
Robert F. Simon ... Edward Bannister

Osa Massen ... Lisa Bannister

Werner Klemperer ... Stefan Riker

Don Durant ... Gary Marshall
Pierre Watkin ... Judge
Wendell Holmes ... Dr. Forbes
Robert Williams ... Det. Quincey (as Robert B. Williams)
Gere Craft ... Helene
Ivan Bonar ... Det. Marlowe
Paul Genge ... Sgt. Davis
Pat Mowry ... Waitress (as Patricia Mowry)
Jack Gargan ... Court Clerk
Tex Driscoll ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Counterman (uncredited)
Mitchell Rhein ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 28: The Case of the Daring Decoy

29 March 1958
An attractive secretary, spying on an oil executive in order to help his rival, is found murdered by the executive who takes the gun. And Perry's star witness is an elevator operator who identifies suspects by their shoes.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

H.M. Wynant ... Daniel P. Conway

Marie Windsor ... Linda Griffith

Jack Weston ... Fred Calvert

Jacqueline Scott ... Amelia Armitage

Johnny Mack Brown ... Warner Griffith (as John Mack Brown)
Natalie Norwick ... Mavis Jordan
Grandon Rhodes ... Judge (as Grandon R. Rhodes)
Pamela Duncan ... Rose Calvert
Louise Lorimer ... Miss Eastman
Donald Foster ... H. B. Varnell
Jack Gargan ... Court Clerk (credit only)
Paul Bradley ... Juror (uncredited)
Carl Sklover ... Bartender (uncredited)
Ray Spiker ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 29: The Case of the Hesitant Hostess

5 April 1958
Fred Archer is blackmailed by Kim Lane, who winds up dead. Albert Sanders, Perry's derelict client, is charged with the murder. Perry depends on Kim's friend, Inez Kaylor, to assist in the defense, but she double-crosses him at every turn.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Karen Sharpe ... Inez Kaylor
Fred Sherman ... Albert Sanders

June Vincent ... Martha Rayburn

Les Tremayne ... Frederic Archer III
Ned Wever ... Joe Gibbs
Betty Utey ... Kim Lane
Robin Raymond ... Marge - Secretary
Gil Frye ... Det. Ralph Faulkner
Jacqueline Holt ... Christine
Mike Mason ... Larry Coles (as Michael Mason)
Fay Roope ... Judge
George Cisar ... Mr. Wickett
Robert Karnes ... Det. Purvis
Charles Zacha Jr. ... Court Stenographer (as Paul Serra)
John Alvin ... A.D.A. Sam Walsh
Don Anderson ... Ballroom Dancer / Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Perry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Policeman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 30: The Case of the Screaming Woman

26 April 1958
An elderly nurse visits Perry for advice but leaves not listening. Later, she arrives at the police station to confess to killing a columnist who is using a book she stole from a doctor to blackmail him into giving her a baby of her own.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Ruta Lee ... Connie Cooper
Berry Kroeger ... Eugene Jarech
Josephine Hutchinson ... Leona Walsh
Arthur Shields ... Dr. George Barnes

Marian Seldes ... Mary K. Davis

Philip Ober ... Ralph Davis
Karin Booth ... Susan Marshall
Don Gardner ... Bob Shroeder
Morris Ankrum ... Judge Cameron
Phil Arnold ... Apartment Manager
Dick Ryan ... Mr. Hill (as Richard Ryan)
Jeanne Bates ... Miss Clay

Marian Collier ... Attendant
Jack Gargan ... Court Clerk
Don Anderson ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Frank O'Connor ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 31: The Case of the Fiery Fingers

3 May 1958
Louise Gordon believes husband George is having an affair and will not allow him into her room. Only cousin Vicky Braxton and nurse Nora Mae Quincey may see Louise. When Louise dies of arsenic poisoning, Nora Mae is charged with murder.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Mary LaRoche ... Vicky Braxton (as Mary La Roche)
Edward Norris ... George Gordon
Lenore Shanewise ... Nora Mae Quincey
Susan Dorn ... Louise Gordon

Fay Spain ... Charlotte Lynch
Robert Burton ... Dr. H.W. Fremont

Charles Lane ... Dr. Williams
Sydney Smith ... Judge
Connie Cezon ... Gertie
Charles Davis ... Dr. James Meecham
Gil Frye ... Detective (as Gilbert Frye)
Jack Gargan ... Court Clerk
Don Anderson ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Chefe ... Juror (uncredited)
Bess Flowers ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Fred Kelsey ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Paul Kruger ... Estate Grounds Keeper (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Frank O'Connor ... Juror (uncredited)
Mitchell Rhein ... Juror (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Juror (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 32: The Case of the Substitute Face

10 May 1958
Carl Houser quits his bank job and loads his money belt with cash as he leaves. He takes his family on a ship cruise where his wife consults Perry about the cash but when Carl apparently goes overboard she is charged with murder.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg (credit only)

Lurene Tuttle ... Anna Houser
Maureen Cassidy ... Laura Houser
Joan Tabor ... Evelyn Whiting Carter
Ralph Dumke ... Roland Carter
Theodore Newton ... Carl Houser
Maurice Wells ... Andrew Dale

Frank Wilcox ... Judge Romley
Gavin Gordon ... Capt. Walters
Donald Lawton ... Daniel James
Noel Drayton ... Frank Buchanan - Ship Purser
Stanley Farrar ... Accountant
Bill Quinn ... Christopher Walsh (as William Quinn)
Barbara Collentine ... Marta Lawrence (as Bobbie Collentine)
Don Anderson ... Bartender / Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Paul Bradley ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Chefe ... Waiter (uncredited)
Bert Stevens ... Officer on Ship (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Waiter on Ship (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 33: The Case of the Long-Legged Models

17 May 1958
Gambler Glenn Falkner is murdered by George Castle, who tries to collect a debt from Falkner's daughter, Stephanie. Castle is murdered and Stephanie is charged. The case becomes confusing when not one but three identical guns are involved.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Peggy McCay ... Stephanie Falkner
Alix Talton ... Eva Elliott
Joe De Santis ... George Castle

Lyle Talbot ... Michael Garvin Sr.
William Swan ... Michael Garvin Jr.
Russell Thorson ... Glenn Falkner

Frank Wilcox ... Judge
Ann McCrea ... Margo Winter Garvin
Ray Walker ... Bill - Used Car Salesman
Jack Harris ... Court Clerk
Billy Snyder ... Joe - Stickman
Joey Ray ... Policeman
Carol Anderson ... Model
Jack Chefe ... Waiter / Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Fred Kelsey ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Frank O'Connor ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 34: The Case of the Gilded Lily

24 May 1958
Enid Griffin overdoses on sleeping pills when her boss, Stewart Brent, unexpectedly got married. Arthur Binney blackmails Brent and his wife Anne to suppress the fact that she has a prison record. Brent is framed for the murder of Binney.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Peggy Knudsen ... Sheila Bowers
Barbara Baxley ... Enid Griffin
Mari Aldon ... Anne Brent
Grant Withers ... Stewart Brent

Richard Erdman ... Arthur Binney
Wally Brown ... Harry Mitchell
Fay Roope ... Judge Kyle
Alan Dexter ... Dr. Cortley
Carleton Young ... Dr. Parsons
Jack Gargan ... Court Clerk
Cy Malis ... Garage Attendant
Max Wagner ... The Janitor
Don Anderson ... Donald - Bartender (uncredited)
Lisa Gaye ... Juror (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice (uncredited)
Mitchell Rhein ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 35: The Case of the Lazy Lover

31 May 1958
While repositioning his car in the driveway, Bertrand Allred finds the unconscious Robert Fleetwood. It appears that Bertrand's step-daughter struck Fleetwood as she was driving toward the house but the cover-up results in murder.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Harry Townes ... Robert Fleetwood
Frances Helm ... Bernice Archer
James Bell ... P. E. Overbrook

Yvonne Craig ... Patricia Faxon

Neil Hamilton ... Bertrand Allred
Ann Lee ... Lucille Faxon Allred
Kenneth MacDonald ... Judge (as Kenneth R. MacDonald)
Len Hendry ... Officer
Jeffrey Sayre ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 36: The Case of the Prodigal Parent

7 June 1958
Philip Larkin is killed, and his step-father, Joseph Harrison, is charged with murder. Joe is recently divorced from Larkin's mother, Ethel Harrison. With Joe in serious difficulty, Ethel asks Perry Mason to defend him but disappears.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Virginia Field ... Irene Collaro
Herbert Rudley ... George Durell

Fay Wray ... Ethel Harrison
Andra Martin ... Lorraine Stevens

Ann Doran ... Claire Durell

John Hoyt ... Joseph Harrison
Terry Becker ... Philip Larkin
Morris Ankrum ... Judge

Nancy Kulp ... Sarah Winslow
Chet Stratton ... Mr. Alcorn
Michael Fox ... Dr. Hoxie (credited as Dr. Samuel Anders)

Richard Bull ... Court Reporter
Dean Casey ... Det. Sanchez
Leo Needham ... Officer Norton
Paul Bradley ... Customer in Jewelry Shop
Fred Aldrich ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Don Anderson ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Jack Perry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Mitchell Rhein ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 37: The Case of the Black-Eyed Blonde

14 June 1958
Diana Reynolds arrives at Mason's office wearing a black eye concerned about her boss' grandson Bobby Carter. Marian Shaw, Diana's former roommate, also concerned with the grandson, is murdered at the Carter residence and Diana is charged.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Whitney Blake ... Diana Reynolds
Irene Hervey ... Helen Bartlett

R.G. Armstrong ... Matthew Bartlett
Ludwig Stössel ... Otto Kessler (as Ludwig Stossel)
Jan Merlin ... Tony Davis
Phyllis Coates ... Norma Carter
Rachel Ames ... Marian Shaw (as Judith Ames)
Grandon Rhodes ... Judge
Francis De Sales ... Dr. Rose
Jack Lomas ... Sgt. Brewster
Frank Sully ... Cop
Joe Dominguez ... Carlos Figueroa
Casey Peters ... Bobby Carter
Don Anderson ... Robert Bartlett (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice (uncredited)
Frank O'Connor ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Mitchell Rhein ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 38: The Case of the Terrified Typist

21 June 1958
A terrified typist rushes into Mason's office pretending to be a temp. The office of the diamond importers on the floor above has been invaded. Later a partner, George Baxter, is killed, and another partner Duane Jefferson is charged.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Alan Marshal ... James Kincaid Alias Duane Jefferson (as Alan Marshall)

Joanna Moore ... Patricia Taylor
Joan Elan ... Mrs. Lumis
Ben Wright ... Walter Lumis
Connie Cezon ... Gertie Lade
Jack Raine ... George Baxter
Kenneth MacDonald ... Judge (as Kenneth R. MacDonald)
Harold Dyrenforth ... Henrich (as Harald Dyrenforth)
Hank Patterson ... Jack Gilly
Jack Gargan ... Court Clerk
James Stone ... Jury Foreman

Frankie Darro ... Barney - Elevator Operator
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Muscleman (as Red Morgan)
Steve Carruthers ... Duane Jefferson
Wilbur Mack ... Mack (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 39: The Case of the Rolling Bones

28 June 1958
Daniel Reed is forcibly placed in a mental sanitarium as incompetent. Mason takes the case to court and wins Reed's freedom on a writ of habeas corpus. Before the writ can be served, however, Reed escapes and is charged with murder.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Joan Camden ... Donna Knox

Mary Anderson ... Arlene Scott
Edgar Stehli ... Daniel Reed
Arthur Space ... Willard Scott
King Calder ... Maury Lewis / Monty Siwel
Kitty Kelly ... Millie Foster
Simon Scott ... George Metcalf
Richard Gaines ... Judge Treadwell
Sid Tomack ... Victor Kowalski
Morris Ankrum ... Judge Morrisey
Richard Aherne ... Dr. Matthew Norris
Alan Lee ... Dave Kemp
William Remick ... Herbert Walker
James Nolan ... Walsh - Norris's Attendant
Ted Stanhope ... Court Clerk
Olan Soule ... Teller (as Olan Soulé)
Lee Miller ... State Trooper
Fred Aldrich ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Don Anderson ... Metcalf's Assistant (uncredited)
Frank O'Connor ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Case of the Corresponding Corpse

20 September 1958
A man that faked his death has been exposed is blackmailed. With help from Perry, he plans on returning to his wife. But before that can happen he is found dead and a woman he had a relationship with is charged and needs Perry's help.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Joan Camden ... Ruth Whittaker

Vaughn Taylor ... Harry Folsom

Jeanne Cooper ... Laura Beaumont
William Ching ... Glenn McKay
Ross Elliott ... George Hartley Beaumont
Owen Cunningham ... Jonah Whittaker
Lillian Bronson ... Judge
Herbert Lytton ... Leon Corby (as Herbert C. Lytton)
Martha Wentworth ... Mrs. Lyle

Joan Staley ... Roberta Walker
Gil Frye ... Reporter
Jack Gargan ... Court Clerk
Jeffrey Sayre ... Police Detective (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: The Case of the Lucky Loser

27 September 1958
Ted Balfour is convicted of vehicular manslaughter and given a suspended sentence through a plea bargain. When the police discover the victim actually died of a gunshot wound to the head, Ted is charged with first degree murder.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt Tragg (credit only)

Patricia Medina ... Harriet Balfour

Bruce Bennett ... Lawrence Balfour
Heather Angel ... Florence Ingle
Douglas Kennedy ... Steven Boles
Tyler MacDuff ... Ted Balfour

Richard Hale ... Addison Balfour
Woody Chambliss ... Fred Haley (as Woodrow Chambliss)
John Eldredge ... Thurston - Butler (as John Eldrege)
Morris Ankrum ... Judge Cadwell
Guy Rennie ... Deputy D.A. Roger Faris
Paul Genge ... Sergeant
John Bleifer ... Schmidt
Jack Holland ... Ballistics Expert
Len Hendry ... Policeman
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: The Case of the Pint-Sized Client

4 October 1958
Nicky Renzi, a fourteen-year-old, finds the loot from a robbery and consults Perry about the legality of keeping it. His grandfather, Gramp Renzi, is adamant about reporting it to the police, but then charged with grand theft and murder.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Eduardo Ciannelli ... Anthony 'Pops' Renzi

Nita Talbot ... Iris Anderson

Elisha Cook Jr. ... Art Crowley (as Elisha Cook)
Bobby Clark ... Nicky Renzi
James Anderson ... Frank Anderson
Otto Waldis ... Joseph Kolichek
Robert P. Lieb ... Charles Hays (as Robert Lieb)

Eleanor Audley ... Lois Gilbert
Joseph Mell ... George Koch
Raymond Greenleaf ... Judge
Paul Bryar ... Sgt. Bender
Eddie Marr ... Cagle (as Edward Marr)
Than Wyenn ... Eddie Merlin
Jack Chefe ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice (uncredited)
Frank O'Connor ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: The Case of the Sardonic Sergeant

11 October 1958
Major Frank Lessing, an Army payroll officer, is found murdered and Sgt. Joseph Dexter is charged with the crime. The case hinges on a payroll robbery committed in the Phillippines years before but the bills are now appearing on base.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

Ray Collins ... Lt Tragg (credit only)

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger (credit only)

John Dehner ... Major Lewis
Robert Armstrong ... Walter Haskell
Lori March ... Helen Lessing
John Archer ... Major Frank Lessing
Harry Jackson ... M Sgt. William Smith (as Larry Jackson)
Grant Richards ... Capt. Kennedy

Paul Picerni ... Sgt. Joseph Dexter
Wendell Holmes ... Howard Evans

BarBara Luna ... Rikki Stevens (as Barbara Luna)

Kevin Hagen ... Sgt. Burke
Russell Thorson ... Lt. Col. Brice

George E. Stone ... Bartender
Lee Torrance ... Sgt. 1st Class Jean McKnight
Rand Harper ... Lt. Walker
Hal Torey ... Mr. Blake
Helene Heigh ... Mrs. Agnes Haskell
Vance Howard ... Court Clerk

Frank McClure ... Spectator at Military Hearing (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: The Case of the Curious Bride

18 October 1958
Rhoda Reynolds is blackmailed by Artie Kane for a past indiscretion, which she would like to keep from her weakling husband Carl and his overbearing father Philip. Artie turns up dead, and Rhoda is charged with his murder.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Christine White ... Rhoda Reynolds

Max Showalter ... Carl Reynolds (as Casey Adams)

John Hoyt ... C. Philip Reynolds
Michael Emmet ... Arthur Kane
James Seay ... Dr. Michael Harris
Dorothy Neumann ... Ellen Crandall
Tommy Cook ... Frank Lane
Peggy Maley ... Edna Freeman
Lewis Charles ... Sidney Otis
S. John Launer ... Judge
James Nolan ... Deputy (credit only)
Don Anderson ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice (uncredited)
Frank Mills ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: The Case of the Buried Clock

1 November 1958
Jack Hardisty steals $100,000 from the bank where he works and asks his father-in-law, Dr. Blane, the chairman of the board, to repay it to avoid a scandal. While investigating, Drake discovers Dr. Blane rifling Jack's home and Jack dead.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger (credit only)

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg (credit only)

Don Beddoe ... Dr. Blane
Fredd Wayne ... Jack Hardisty
June Dayton ... Sue Hardisty
Jeanne Bates ... Jean Strague

Paul Fix ... District Attorney Hale
Charles Cooper ... Philip Strague
Robert Foulk ... Sheriff Bert Elmore
Robin Hughes ... Rodney Beaton
Howard Wendell ... A. J. Randall
Harry Tyler ... Court Clerk
Charles Zacha Jr. ... Davis (as Paul Serra)
Gil Frye ... Faulkner
Jamie Forster ... Judge Norwood

Phil Chambers ... Dr. Ritchie
Don Kennedy ... Deputy Sheriff
Lee Miller ... Pedestrian (uncredited)
Joe Ploski ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: The Case of the Married Moonlighter

8 November 1958
Danny Harrison a schoolteacher holds two jobs to make ends meet, the other at Luke Hickey's diner. Frank Curran comes to the diner flashing a wad of cash, which is tempting to both Danny. When Curran is robbed and killed, Danny is charged.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Arthur Franz ... Danny Harrison
Jesse White ... Luke Hickey
Anne Sargent ... Eileen Harrison
Stacy Harris ... Frank Curran
Frances Helm ... Linda Kennedy
Douglas Evans ... Phil McCabe
Tom Palmer ... George Palmer
Richard Gaines ... Judge Carwell
Olan Soule ... Court Clerk
Fern Barry ... Mrs. Cunningham
Carol Anderson ... The Model
Don Anderson ... Walsh's Appliance Man / Mover / Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice (uncredited)
Frank O'Connor ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: The Case of the Jilted Jockey

15 November 1958
Jockey Tic Barton's wife tries to persuade him to throw a race to please gambler Johnny Starr, with whom she is having an affair. Tic refuses, but he loses the race anyhow. When Starr is killed, Tic is charged with murder.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Billy Pearson ... Francis 'Tic' Barton
Barbara Lawrence ... Gloria Barton

June Vincent ... Victoria Bannion

Don Durant ... Johnny Woodruff Starr
Joe Di Reda ... Eddie Davis (as Joe di Reda)
Hugh Sanders ... Dion Bannion
Nolan Leary ... Bob Allen
Kenneth MacDonald ... Judge Carter (as Kenneth R. MacDonald)
Roy Engel ... Mr. Horty
Joseph Forte ... Coroner (as Joe Forte)
Don Anderson ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Bill Baldwin ... Race Track Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: The Case of the Purple Woman

6 December 1958
Art collector Rufus Varner has bought a famous painting from dealer Milo Girard, but the painting may be a forgery by Aaron Hubbell, a. Girard's wife Evelyn consults Perry for protection against any involvement in the suspected fraud.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

George Macready ... Milo Girard

Bethel Leslie ... Evelyn Girard
Robert H. Harris ... Aaron Hubble

Rhys Williams ... Rufus Varner

Doris Singleton ... Doris Andrews
Donald Murphy ... Wayne Gordon
Stephen Bekassy ... Laslo Kovac
Edwin Jerome ... Judge
Shirley Houser ... Waitress
Don Anderson ... Court Bailiff (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Courtroom Spectator / Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: The Case of the Fancy Figures

13 December 1958
Martin Ellis, a former employee of Jonathan Hyett, is serving time for embezzlement, a charge he strongly denies. New evidence curiously emerges that may cast doubt on Ellis' conviction, so his wife Caroline consults Perry about the case.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Frank Silvera ... Jonathan Hyett
Joan Banks ... Valerie Brewster
Anne Barton ... Carolyn Pulaski Ellis
William Phipps ... Martin Ellis
Ralph Clanton ... Charles Brewster
Ray Kellogg ... Richard Hyett
Harvey Stephens ... Lawrence Victor Squires
S. John Launer ... Judge
Chuck Webster ... Sgt. Brice
Leslie Kimmell ... Mailman

David McMahon ... Walter Vico - Doorman
Don Anderson ... Bailiff (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: The Case of the Perjured Parrot

20 December 1958
The only witness to a rich man's murder is his parrot, who keeps repeating the suspect's name. But in court, everyone is surprised at what the bird says next. Perry does his magic at an informal coroner's Inquest in a rural area.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger (credit only)

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg (credit only)

Edgar Buchanan ... Andy Templet
Jody Lawrance ... Ellen Monteith
Dan Barton ... Richard Waid
Fay Baker ... Stephanie Sabin
Robert Griffin ... Coroner Fred Bascomb (as Robert E. Griffin)
Frank Ferguson ... Sheriff Barnes
Joseph Kearns ... Criminologist Edward Langley (as Joe Kearns)
Jason Johnson ... District Attorney Ray Sprague
Maurice Manson ... Charles Sabin
Pamela Branch ... Helen Watkins
Jesslyn Fax ... Court Clerk
Howard Culver ... Rufus Bolding

Mel Blanc ... Casanova the Parrot (voice) (uncredited)
Franklyn Farnum ... Coroner's Juryman (uncredited)
Robert Haines ... Townsman (uncredited)
Frank O'Connor ... Coroner's Juryman (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Juror (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: The Case of the Shattered Dream

3 January 1959
Diamond cutter and confidence man Hans Breel owes a large sum to gambler William Walker. Breel convinces Irene Bedford to let him sell her diamond to raise money. He sells the diamond to Virginia Trent, but swindles Irene out of her share.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Osa Massen ... Sarah Werner
Marion Marshall ... Irene Bedford
Virginia Vincent ... Virginia Trent
Kurt Kreuger ... Hans Breel
Chris Alcaide ... Jerry Morrow
Ludwig Stössel ... Adolph Van Beers
Ivan Triesault ... Fred Schoenbeck
Theodore Marcuse ... William Walker
Lillian Bronson ... Judge
Robert Carson ... Lawrence David
Gilman Rankin ... Autopsy Surgeon (as Gil W. Rankin)
Cy Malis ... Hilton
Barry Brooks ... Dealer
Brandy Bryan ... Doris
Kenner G. Kemp ... Court Bailiff (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Perry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: The Case of the Borrowed Brunette

10 January 1959
Attractive brunette Eva Martell interviews with Melvin Slater for a special assignment--to pose as Helen Reynolds. Eva takes the job chaperoned by her Aunt Agnes Nulty. Eva and Agnes find Slater dead and are charged with murder.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Margaret Field ... Eva Martell (as Maggie Mahoney)
Paula Raymond ... Helen Reynolds
Sheila Bromley ... Agnes Nulty
Adrienne Marden ... Barbara Slater
John Stephenson ... Grant Reynolds
Joe De Santis ... Melvin Slater
Morris Ankrum ... Judge Bates
Herman Rudin ... Thomas Folsom
Gisele Verlaine ... Secretary
Howard Van Proyen ... Samuel Dixon
Fred Rapport ... Clerk
Don Anderson ... Private Detective (uncredited)
Jack Chefe ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: The Case of the Glittering Goldfish

17 January 1959
Rollins and Wyatt have discovered a cure for gill fever. As they plan to market the product, they find that Jack Huxley has bought the aquarium business and owns all patents and intellectual property. Huxley is murdered; Wyatt is charged.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Cecil Kellaway ... Darrell Metcalf
May Wynn ... Donna Sherwood
John Hudson ... Tom Wyatt

Jacqueline Scott ... Sally Wilson

Catherine McLeod ... Nora Huxley
Willard Sage ... Dan Myers
Gage Clarke ... Frederick Rollins
Murvyn Vye ... Jackson Huxley
S. John Launer ... Judge Thomas J. Hood
Rusty Lane ... Harry Tiller
Olan Soule ... Clerk (as Olan Soulé)
Chuck Webster ... Sergeant Brice

Season 2, Episode 15: The Case of the Foot-Loose Doll

24 January 1959
Millie Crest is framed for embezzling money by her fiancé so she decides to flee. She picks up another woman who causes them to have an accident. The woman is killed so Millie takes her name but finds she has walked into a scandal.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Barton MacLane ... Senator Baylor

Robert Bray ... Carl Davis

Ruta Lee ... Millie Crest
Betty Lou Gerson ... Marjory Davis
Eve McVeagh ... Laura Richards
Sam Buffington ... Fred Ernshaw
Richard Gaines ... Judge
Susan Dorn ... Grace
Helene Stanley ... Fern Driscoll
James Kirkwood Jr. ... Johnny Baylor (as Jim Kirkwood Jr.)
John Bryant ... Bob Wallace
Jan Harrison ... Patient
Charles Meredith ... Doctor Barnes
Carol Byron ... 1st Girl
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice
Jack Harris ... Court Clerk
Don Anderson ... Man at Airport / Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Bailiff (uncredited)
Wilbur Mack ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: The Case of the Fraudulent Photo

7 February 1959
DA Brander Harris is investigating graft in a hospital project. He meets with Leora Matthews to obtain proof. Leora disrobes and kisses Harris as a photographer takes a picture. It goes to political fixer Marshall Scott who is murdered.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Hugh Marlowe ... Brander Harris
Carole Mathews ... Leora Mathews
Wilton Graff ... Cleveland Blake
June Clayworth ... Eva Scott
Mark Roberts ... James Castleton
Bartlett Robinson ... Marshall Scott
Carol Nugent ... Helen Preston
Peter Brocco ... Theophile Duclerc - Building Insp.
Kenneth MacDonald ... Judge (as Kenneth R. MacDonald)
Herbert Anderson ... Eugene Milton - County Auditor
Francis De Sales ... George Fairbanks - Contractor
Nancy Millard ... Hotel Operator
Irving Mitchell ... Autopsy Surgeon
Arline Hunter ... Sun Sentinel Receptionist
Franklyn Farnum ... Restaurant Patron / Grand Juryman (uncredited)
Robert Haines ... Grand Juryman (uncredited)

Bill Hickman ... Blake's Messenger (uncredited)
Forbes Murray ... Grand Juryman (uncredited)
Frank O'Connor ... Grand Juryman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: The Case of the Romantic Rogue

14 February 1959
Stacey Chandler gives Helen Harvey his mother's cameo as an engagement gift but Helen finds out that Stacey is a con man. Irene Wallace tries to involve Stacey in a con game against Helen, but he refuses. Irene is killed and Helen charged.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Marion Ross ... Helen Harvey
Albert Linville ... Harry C. West
Sara Haden ... Florence Harvey
John Bryant ... Stacey Chandler
Peggy Maley ... Margo Lawrence
Jean Willes ... Irene Wallace
Jack Daly ... Pete Daniels
Frederick Worlock ... Judge (as Frederic Worlock)
Pitt Herbert ... Autopsy Surgeon
Don Dillaway ... Robert Riley
Lee Miller ... Sergeant Brice
Robert Bice ... Frank Faulkner
Paul Bradley ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Bill Hickman ... Slot Machine Player (uncredited)

Gary Lockwood ... Young Policeman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: The Case of the Jaded Joker

21 February 1959
Fading funnyman Danny Ross has been promised a new television show, which he desperately needs for a comeback. Charles Goff, the executive who promised Danny the show, double-crosses the jaded joker and pitches the show for another talent.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Frankie Laine ... Danny Ross

Bobby Troup ... Buzzie
Walter Burke ... Freddie Green
Tom Drake ... Cleve Niles
Mary LaRoche ... Lisa Hiller

Martha Vickers ... Sheila Hayes
Harry Jackson ... Charles Goff
S. John Launer ... Judge
Jon Lormer ... Coroner
Don Anderson ... Officer (uncredited)
Jack Chefe ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Robert Haines ... Stenotype Operator (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: The Case of the Caretaker's Cat

7 March 1959
Peter Baxter decides to test the loyalty of his heirs. He pretends to change his will cutting them all out and leaving his estate to groundskeeper, James Hing. Hing is then supposed to burn down Baxter's house with a medical cadaver in it.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Benson Fong ... James Hing

John Agar ... Kenneth Baxter (as John G. Agar)
Robert Knapp ... Stuart Baxter
Maxine Cooper ... Edith Devoe

Judy Lewis ... Winifred Oakley
Richard Crane ... Dr. Douglas Keene (as Dick Crane)

Raymond Bailey ... Mr. Hilliard
Anthony Eustrel ... Gordon T. Roland
Barney Biro ... Judge

Bill Erwin ... A.J. Nelson - Paint Store Owner
Michael Fox ... Autopsy Surgeon
Anthony Jochim ... Peter Baxter

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
Jacqueline Lee ... Nurse Watson
Jack Chefe ... Waiter (uncredited)
Flower Parry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: The Case of the Stuttering Bishop

14 March 1959
Bishop Arthur Mallory searches for a young woman who may be the heiress to $1,000,000 from the Charles Burrows estate. Carole Delaney fills the bill. Mallory is beaten by Wallace Lang and his henchman to persuade him to drop the case.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger (credit only)

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Vaughn Taylor ... Bishop Arthur Mallory

Ken Lynch ... Wallace Lang
Herbert Ellis ... Deputy D.A. Weston (as Herb Ellis)
Rebecca Welles ... Carol Delaney
Joan Vohs ... Janice Burroughs
Jonathan Kidd ... Philip Burroughs
Carl Benton Reid ... Charles Burroughs
Peter Garey ... Larry Kenyon
Morris Ankrum ... Judge Bates
Jon Lormer ... Doctor
Claire Carleton ... Blanche Atkins
Karl 'Killer' Davis ... Leo Kaster (as Killer Karl Davis)

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
Jim Brandt ... Teenage Boy
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice
Hubie Kerns ... Skin Diver
Flower Parry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: The Case of the Lost Last Act

21 March 1959
An ex-gangster decides to pull out of a play the author is basing on a real life mob related killing. His threatening request is recorded so when the playwright is murdered, he is charged with the murder as Perry sorts out the actors.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Joanne Gilbert ... Faith Foster
Katharine Bard ... Helen Dwight
Jerome Cowan ... Ernest Royce
Stacy Harris ... Frank Brooks

Richard Erdman ... Jim West

David Lewis ... John Gifford
Robert McQueeney ... Michael Dwight
Richard Gaines ... Judge
Connie Cezon ... Gertie

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
Don Anderson ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Chefe ... Waiter (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice (uncredited)
Flower Parry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: The Case of the Bedeviled Doctor

4 April 1959
Dr. David Craig records his patients' sessions on tape. Peter Heywood reveals an affair on one of the tapes. Heywood's wife goes through mobster Ronnie Fowler to buy a copy of the tape from Mark Douglas, brother of Dr. Craig's nurse Edith.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Dick Foran ... Dr. David Craig
Marianne Stewart ... Edith Douglas
Norma Moore ... Dana Lewis
Phillip Terry ... Peter Heywood
Barry McGuire ... Mark Douglas
Allen Case ... Ronny Fowler

Andrea King ... Barbara Heywood
Frederick Worlock ... Judge (as Frederic Worlock)
Michael Fox ... Dr. Hoxie

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
John McKee ... Faulkner, P.I.
Jane Eagar ... Martha
Don Anderson ... Pedestrian (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice (uncredited)
Flower Parry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: The Case of the Howling Dog

11 April 1959
A divorced woman escapes a sanitarium to retrieve money stolen by her ex-husband now married to her ex-sister-in-law. Her brother handles the problem but decides he wants his ex-wife back but when the ex-husband is murdered she is charged.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Ann Rutherford ... Evelyn Forbes
Fintan Meyler ... Thelma Brent

Robert Ellenstein ... Arthur Cartright
Elaine Edwards ... Polly Forbes

Gregory Walcott ... Bill Johnson
John Holland ... Clinton Forbes
Tom Greenway ... Rod Andrews
Grace Raynor ... Marilyn Storm
Ed Prentiss ... Dr. Bayliss
S. John Launer ... Judge

Vito Scotti ... Joseph D'Amato
Pitt Herbert ... Coroner (credit only)

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
Marcia Drake ... Nurse
Frank Hagney ... Watchman
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice
Don Anderson ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Flower Parry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: The Case of the Calendar Girl

18 April 1959
Contractor George Andrews meets with political strongman Wilfred Borden about resolving the arbitrary inspection problems on the job. As he leaves, Andrews sideswipes a car, throwing a young woman into the driveway and Borden is murdered.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Dolores Donlon ... Dawn Manning

John Anderson ... George Andrews

Kasey Rogers ... Loretta Harper
Dean Harens ... Frank Fettridge
George N. Neise ... Wilfred M. Borden (as George Neise)
Charles Tannen ... Jasper Horn
Evelyn Scott ... Beatrice Cornell
Ralph Moody ... Harvey Dennison
Richard Gaines ... Judge
Jon Lormer ... Autopsy Surgeon (scenes deleted)

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
Thom Conroy ... Head Waiter
Diana Crawford ... Patti Drew
Doug Marland ... Bob
Don Anderson ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Flower Parry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: The Case of the Petulant Partner

25 April 1959
Partners Harry Bright and Chuck Clark are at bitter odds with one another over Chuck's marriage to gold-digger Margaret. Harry consults Perry Mason, who advises dissolving the partnership. Margaret is killed and Harry charged with murder.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger (credit only)

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg (credit only)

R.G. Armstrong ... Harry Bright

Will Wright ... Chuck Clark (as William H. Wright)
Francis McDonald ... Salty Sims (as Francis J. McDonald)
Geraldine Wall ... Nell Gridley
Nan Leslie ... Margaret Clark
Myron Healey ... Howard Roper
William Swan ... Bill Shayne
Russell Thorson ... Mel Topham
Lynne Allen ... Louise Dayton
Jamie Forster ... Judge Norwood
Russ Bender ... Sgt. Givens

Stafford Repp ... Philip Morgan
Sid Cassel ... Waiter
Steve Stevens ... Bellboy
Tony Regan ... Kellogg
Forbes Murray ... Resturant Patron (uncredited)
Flower Parry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Mitchell Rhein ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: The Case of the Dangerous Dowager

9 May 1959
Compulsive gambler Sylvia Oxman meets with casino man Danny Barker to repay IOUs. Her husband Frank wishes to acquire them as evidence in a suit for custody of their son. Barker is killed with Sylvia's gun, and she is charged with murder.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Robert Strauss ... Danny Barker
Patricia Cutts ... Sylvia Oxman
Kathryn Givney ... Matilda Benson
Barry Atwater ... Robert Benson

Michael Dante ... Arthur Manning
Gene Blakely ... Frank Oxman
Leo Gordon ... Charles Duncan

Ellen Corby ... Old Lady Card Player
King Calder ... Dr. Ralph Caldwell
Frederick Worlock ... Judge (as Frederic Worlock)
Joey Faye ... Walter Cobb

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
Perry Cook ... Old Man
Barry Brooks ... Policeman
Shirley Monticue ... Maid

Season 2, Episode 27: The Case of the Deadly Toy

16 May 1959
Claire Alison contacts Perry for help after Martin Selkirk sends her threatening letters and assaults her boyfriend Dick Benedict. Selkirk is romantically interested in her. When Martin is found shot, it's Claire who is charged.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Mala Powers ... Claire Allison
Max Adrian ... Ralph Jennings
Robert Rockwell ... Dick Benedict

Dennis Patrick ... Martin Selkirk
Jennifer Howard ... Lorraine Jennings
Paul Cavanagh ... Horace Selkirk
Kathryn Card ... Hannah Barton

Nancy Kulp ... Katherine Collins
Morris Ankrum ... Judge

Norman Alden ... Darrel Reed (as Norm Alden)
David Brady ... David Selkirk
Pitt Herbert ... Autopsy Surgeon
Nina Stevens ... Nurse
Richard Hervey ... Counterman

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice
Bob Howard ... Bill Evans
Jack Chefe ... Waiter (uncredited)
Robert Haines ... Stenotype Operator (uncredited)
Flower Parry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 28: The Case of the Spanish Cross

30 May 1959
A young delinquent with a criminal record for grand theft, Jimmy Morrow, is believed to have stolen an expensive jeweled cross owned by Curtis Runyon for whom he works. When Runyon is found dead, Jimmy is charged and Perry defends him.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Jacques Aubuchon ... Felix Karr
Josephine Hutchinson ... Miriam Baker
Peter Miles ... Jimmy Morrow (as Richard Miles)
Linda Watkins ... Grace Runyan
Arthur Space ... James Morrow, Sr.
Donald Randolph ... Curtis Runyan
Jonathan Hole ... Everett Wormser
Richard Gaines ... Judge
Harlan Warde ... Sgt. Kenton
Herman Rudin ... Roger

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
Charles Zacha Jr. ... Harry Kline (as Chuck Zacha)
Robert Haines ... Stenotype Operator (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 29: The Case of the Dubious Bridegroom

13 June 1959
A lovely blonde hops over the wall onto Perry Mason's terrace. When confronted, she says her name is Virginia Colfax claiming to be a secretary next door. Next door, majority stockholder Edward Garvin is in a proxy fight with his ex-wife.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger (credit only)

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg (credit only)
Betsy Jones-Moreland ... Lorrie Garvin (as Betsy Jones Moreland)
Joan Tabor ... Virginia Colfax (as Jean Tabor)
Patrick McVey ... Covington
Harry Ellerbe ... Edward Garvin
K.T. Stevens ... Ethel Garvin
Thomas Browne Henry ... George Denby

Neil Hamilton ... Frank Livesey
Tom Brown ... Jarvis
Robert Nichols ... Howard Scanlon
Rosa Turich ... Filomena
Robert Lynn ... Judge
Keith Richards ... Sergeant Holt
James Nolan ... Policeman
Richard Keene ... Court Clerk (as Dick Keene)
Wilbur Mack ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Juror (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 30: The Case of the Lame Canary

27 June 1959
Walter Prescott tries to extort all his wife Ruth's money to give her a divorce. As she leaves, a truck almost runs her down, instead crashing into a car and injuring the passenger. Ruth runs to a friend but returns to find Walter dead.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
James Philbrook ... Harry Jonson
Stacy Graham ... Ruth Prescott

Biff Elliot ... Jimmy McLain
Susan Cummings ... Margaret Swaine
William Kendis ... Walter Prescott
Berry Kroeger ... Ernest Wray
S. John Launer ... Judge
Michael Fox ... Dr. Hoxie
Emerson Treacy ... Dr. Fowler
Chet Stratton ... Hotel Clerk
Ray Phillips ... Police Officer
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
Dick Wessel ... Transfer Man (as Richard Wessel)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: The Case of the Spurious Sister

3 October 1959
Bruce and Marie Chapman have marital trouble because of her compulsive gambling. After Bruce cuts off her funds and leaves town, Marie blackmails her former husband and his wife, Walter and Helen Sprague. He returns to find her dead.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Karl Weber ... Bruce Chapman
Mary LaRoche ... Grace Norwood (as Mary La Roche)
Marion Marshall ... Ginny Hobart
Marianne Stewart ... Helen Sprague
Peggy Knudsen ... Marie Chapman
James Seay ... Ralph Hibberly
Charles Cooper ... Greg Evans
Robert Osterloh ... Walter Sprague
S. John Launer ... Judge (as John Launer)
Charles Davis ... Hotel Clerk
Michael Fox ... Autopsy Surgeon
Nancy Evans ... Switchboard Operator

Sam Edwards ... Cashier

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
William H. O'Brien ... Morgue Attendant (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: The Case of the Watery Witness

10 October 1959
Sleazy detective Fred Bushmiller questions movie actress Lorna Thomas whether she gave birth 25 years earlier to a daughter who was put up for adoption. George Clark pushes his wife Betty to see if she is Lorna's long-lost daughter.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Fay Wray ... Lorna Thomas

Douglas Dick ... Fred Bushmiller

Malcolm Atterbury ... Dennis Briggs
Lester Vail ... Tony Raeburn
Dusty Enders ... Betty Clark (as Dusty Anders)
John Bryant ... George Clark
Kathryn Card ... Harriet Snow
Charles J. Conrad ... Judge

Ned Glass ... Mr. Smith
Pat Moran ... Court Clerk
Paul B. Kennedy ... Court Stenographer
Lois De Banzie ... Cloe Green
Frank Baker ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Flower Parry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: The Case of the Garrulous Gambler

17 October 1959
Larry Benton plays poker with Ben Wallace, Johnny Clay and Mike Granger at Clay's beach house. When he caught Granger cheating, a scuffle ensues and a gun goes off leaving Mike dead. Ben blackmails Larry. Not all is as it seems, however.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Dick Foran ... Steve Benton
Paula Raymond ... Doris Shackley
Steve Brodie ... Ben Wallace
Wynn Pearce ... Larry Benton
Tony Travis ... Johnny Clay
Victor Sen Yung ... Mickey Fong
Anne Barton ... Nora Bradley
Gordon Wynn ... Mike Granger
Morris Ankrum ... Judge
Lawrence Green ... Dr. Victor (as Law Green)
Irving Steinberg ... Sergeant
Robert Nash ... Earnshaw
Don Anderson ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Flower Parry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: The Case of the Blushing Pearls

24 October 1959
Hudson Nichols has Mitsou Kamuri arrested for switching his wife Thelma's string of expensive blush pearls, but offers to absolve her if she breaks off her relationship with his son Grove. Her uncle who made the fake pearls is murdered.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Nobu McCarthy ... Mitsou Kamuri
Christine White ... Alice Carson
Benson Fong ... Itsubi Nogata

George Takei ... Toma Sakai
Steven Terrell ... Grove Nichols (as Steve Terrell)
Angela Greene ... Thelma Nichols
Ralph Dumke ... Hudson Nichols
John Gallaudet ... Municipal Judge
Joe Di Reda ... Edgar Beals (as Joe De Reda)
Rollin Moriyama ... Ito Kamuri
John Barclay ... Judge
Bill Walker ... Watchman
Leah Waggner ... Maid (as Lia Waggner)
Thomas Wilde ... Detective (as Tom Wilde)
Jack Carol ... Technician
Martha Wentworth ... Landlady
Sam Harris ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Flower Parry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: The Case of the Startled Stallion

31 October 1959
Disabled "John Brant" marries Clara Hammon, but the bridegroom is really actor Earl Malden. Through a series of crafty moves, the real John Brant has gained control of everything Jo Ann Blanchard and her brother Terri have inherited.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Paul Richards ... Earl Mauldin

Elliott Reid ... Terri Blanchard
Trevor Bardette ... John Brant
Patricia Hardy ... Jo Ann Blanchard
Melora Conway ... 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
Richard Keene ... Process Server (as Dick Keene)

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice
William Meader ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: The Case of Paul Drake's Dilemma

14 November 1959
Perry Mason finds himself defending his private investigator Paul Drake against a charge of murder. It all began when Frank Thatcher hit a pedestrian walking on the side of the road and kills him. He hires Paul to payoff the widow.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Vanessa Brown ... Donna Kress
Basil Ruysdael ... Henry W. Dameron
Bruce Gordon ... Frank Thatcher
Dean Harens ... Tad Dameron
Simon Scott ... Charles Dameron
Jennifer Howard ... Judith Thatcher
Sheila Bromley ... Mrs. Colin
Robert P. Lieb ... Joe Marsden (as Robert Lieb)
Robert Cornthwaite ... Anders
Kenneth MacDonald ... Judge

Norman Leavitt ... Ballistics Expert
Ralph Moody ... Jacob Wiltzy
Robert Bice ... Private Detective

James T. Callahan ... 1st Policeman (as James Callahan)
William Hughes ... 2nd Policeman

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
Anne Bellamy ... Margo
Steve Stevens ... Paper Boy
John George ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Joe Ploski ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: The Case of the Golden Fraud

21 November 1959
Sylvia Welles asks Rip Conners to bug her apartment to make a bogus tape as a joke. She asks Richard Vanaman over to explain an investment prospectus. He discovers the bug and makes threatening remarks, but Welles blames it on her husband.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Arthur Franz ... Richard Vanaman
Alan Hewitt ... Fred Petrie
June Dayton ... Frances Vanaman

Neil Hamilton ... Henry Noble
Alex Gerry ... Elliott Hale
Patricia Huston ... Doris Petrie
Joyce Meadows ... Sylvia Welles
Asa Maynor ... Bunny Lee

David Sheiner ... Rip Conners
S. John Launer ... Judge
Thom Carney ... Police Officer
Pitt Herbert ... Autopsy Surgeon
Frank Sully ... Newspaper Delivery Man

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice (uncredited)
Flower Parry ... Pedestrian in front of La Belle Apartments (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Burger's Assistant (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: The Case of the Bartered Bikini

5 December 1959
A model is charged with murdering a fashion designer after trying to recover documents showing they had an affair. In addition she was found with drawings of the new fashions which are being stolen from the company to make knockoffs.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
John Lupton ... Wally Dunbar

June Vincent ... Madge Wainwright
Rita Lynn ... Lisa Ferrand
Terry Huntingdon ... Kitty Wynne

Paul Langton ... Simon Atley
Stephen Bekassy ... Rick Stassi

John Anderson ... Bud Ferrand
Victor Rodman ... Miller - Night Watchman
Herbert Patterson ... Det. Sgt. Macready
Richard Gaines ... Judge
Maura McGiveney ... Yvonne - Model
Robert Bice ... Charlie - Drake's Operative
Bill Idelson ... Ellis - Forensics Technician (as William Idelson)
Pitt Herbert ... Doctor

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
Don Anderson ... Haverson - Atley's Attorney
Bess Flowers ... Spectator at Bathing Suit Show (uncredited)
Kenner G. Kemp ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Flower Parry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: The Case of the Artful Dodger

12 December 1959
Allen Sheridan's aunt come to Los Angles to find out why he won't pay her the monthly stipend his dad required. Meanwhile, Sheridan is scheming to cheat other people out of their money at the same time he comes into his full inheritance.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

William Campbell ... Allen Sheridan (as William J. Campbell)

Patricia Donahue ... Joyce Fulton

Lurene Tuttle ... Sarette Winslow
Jerome Cowan ... Victor Latimore
Peter Leeds ... Lou Caporale
Douglas Henderson ... Ralph Curtis

Nelson Leigh ... Judge
Michael Fox ... Dr. Hoxie
Vera Marshe ... Maid
Kenneth Patterson ... Technician Fred (as Ken Patterson)
Terry Loomis ... Doris
Max Wagner ... Gate Officer
Cosmo Sardo ... Maitre D'
Jack Chefe ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice (uncredited)
Flower Parry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Waiter (uncredited)

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: The Case of the Lucky Legs

19 December 1959
In Cloverdale, Utah Marjorie Cluny is chosen "Lucky Legs," but her boyfriend, Bob Doray, accuses the show's producer, Frank Patton, of running a bogus contest. Marjorie goes to Hollywood anyway and disappears followed by Patton's murder.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
John Archer ... J. R. Bradbury
Lisabeth Hush ... Marjorie Cluny

Jeanne Cooper ... Thelma Bell
Michael Miller ... Bob Doray
Doreen Lang ... Laura Fields
Douglas Evans ... Frank Patton
S. John Launer ... Judge (as John Launer)
Pitt Herbert ... Dr. James Latham
Ray Kellogg ... George Sanborne
Sid Tomack ... Night Clerk
Renny McEvoy ... Emcee (as Rennie McEvoy)
Leo Needham ... Officer Tompkins
Arthur Marshall ... Mr. Clayton
Pat Moran ... Court Clerk
Steve Carruthers ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice (uncredited)
Flower Parry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: The Case of the Violent Village

2 January 1960
Phil Beecher returns from a year in prison for vehicular manslaughter of Aggie Norris the sheriff's daughter. His wife Kathi forgives him, although the people of the town despise him. Phil is charged when sister Charlotte Norris is killed.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake (credit only)

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger (credit only)

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg (credit only)

Barton MacLane ... Sheriff Eugene Norris

Ann Rutherford ... Judith Thurston

Jacqueline Scott ... Kathi Beecher
Ray Hemphill ... Phil Beecher
Bart Burns ... Norman Thurston

Richard Hale ... Robert Tepper
John Dennis ... Deputy Sheriff Ward Lewis
Terry Becker ... Everett Ransome

Willis Bouchey ... Judge (as Willis B. Bouchey)
Ina Victor ... Charlotte Norris
Jason Johnson ... Clerk
Frank Hagney ... 2nd Man
Robert R. Stephenson ... 1st Man
Cecil Weston ... Court Reporter

Season 3, Episode 12: The Case of the Frantic Flyer

9 January 1960
Howard Walters and his mistress, Janice Atkins, plan to rob Wade Taylor's company, blame his son, and fake Walters' death. Janice schemes with Roger Porter to double-cross Howard. Plans go amiss and the son's wife is charged with murder.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Patricia Barry ... Janice Atkins

Simon Oakland ... Howard Walters
Rebecca Welles ... Carol Taylor
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
Don Anderson ... Bailiff (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks ... Bystander at Murder Scene (uncredited)
Mike Donovan ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: The Case of the Wayward Wife

23 January 1960
While walking down the street, Korean war veteran Arthur Poe is shocked to see a book about the war displayed written by Ben Sutton who was with him in the war. The book is a bestseller but is actually based on a diary Poe kept in the war.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Marshall Thompson ... Arthur Poe

Bethel Leslie ... Sylvia Sutton
Frank Maxwell ... Harry Scott Wilson
Madlyn Rhue ... Marian Ames
Alexander Davion ... Gilbert Ames (as Alex Davion)
Richard Shannon ... Ben Sutton

I. Stanford Jolley ... Alan Kirby
Kenneth MacDonald ... Judge (as Kenneth R. MacDonald)
Kathleen Mulqueen ... Miss Croft
Lawrence Green ... Autopsy Surgeon (as Law Green)

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
Peter Hayman ... Clerk - Bookstore
Irving Steinberg ... Cabbie
Craig Duncan ... Sgt. Townley
Bill Baldwin ... Horse Race Broadcaster (voice) (uncredited)
Jack Chefe ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Mike Donovan ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: The Case of the Prudent Prosecutor

30 January 1960
Perry takes on the case of Jefferson Pike who is referred to him by none other than DA Hamilton Burger. Pike and Burger are old friends - Pike once saved his life - and the D.A. officially removes himself from anything to do with the case.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake (credit only)

William Talman ... District Attorney Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Philip Bourneuf ... Asa Culver

J. Pat O'Malley ... Jefferson Pike
Barbra Fuller ... Joan Leonard (as Barbara Fuller)

Ruta Lee ... Vita Culver
Walter Coy ... Denver Leonard

Dabbs Greer ... Hal Kirkwood

Dennis Patrick ... Prosecutor Darryl Teshman
Ron Foster ... Fred Pike

Frank Albertson ... Duck Hunter
S. John Launer ... Judge
Michael Fox ... Autopsy Surgeon
Ed Stoddard ... 2nd Hunter (as Edd Stoddard)
John A. Alonzo ... Pedro Guitterez (as John Alonzo)
Paul B. Kennedy ... Court Reporter
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice (uncredited)
Flower Parry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: The Case of the Gallant Grafter

6 February 1960
The CEO of a company is in a proxy fight with another officer with a bad reputation. The CEO is forced to grant his wife a divorce to get her proxies. His opponent has the books checked which turns up a huge theft and a murder.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Charles Aidman ... Arthur Siddons
Fintan Meyler ... Patricia Martin
Herbert Rudley ... Edward Nelson
Virginia Chapman ... Sylvia Nelson (as Virginia Arness)
John Stephenson ... Frank Avery
Phillip Terry ... Robert Doniger
Charlotte Austin ... Norma Williams

Nelson Leigh ... Judge
Henry Hunter ... Banker
Eve McVeagh ... Saleswoman
John Alvin ... Phil - Bank Teller

Joan Staley ... Judith Ford

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
Don Anderson ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: The Case of the Wary Wildcatter

20 February 1960
A man is caught on camera killing his wife by pushing her over a cliff in a car. The photographer blackmails the man bleeding him dry as the man cons others by overselling ownership in a wildcat well. The con man is murdered himself.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Douglas Kennedy ... Lucky Sterling

Barbara Bain ... Madelyn Terry
Byron Palmer ... Charles Houston
Lori March ... Paula Wallace
King Calder ... Floyd Gordon
Harry Jackson ... Roger Byrd
Richard Gaines ... Judge
Larry J. Blake ... Officer (as Larry Blake)
Anthony De Mario ... Dealer

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice
William H. O'Brien ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Flower Parry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: The Case of the Mythical Monkeys

27 February 1960
A novelist sends her secretary to pick up a package at a remote cabin but in the driving rain her car becomes stuck. At a cabin a man denies knowing anything about a package but allows her to dry off. He disappears and a she finds a body.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg

Beverly Garland ... Mauvis Meade
Lawrence Dobkin ... Gregory Dunkirk

Louise Fletcher ... Gladys Doyle
Lew Gallo ... Richard Gilman
Joan Banks ... Mrs. Manley

Norman Fell ... Caspar Pedley
John Reach ... Dukes Lawton

Nelson Leigh ... Judge

Bill Erwin ... Morrison Findlay
William Boyett ... Kelton (as Bill Boyett)
Frances Morris ... Miss Carlisle
Paul Lees ... Parking Lot Attendant
Ralph Brooks ... Headwaiter

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
Paul Kruger ... Court Bailiff (uncredited)
Flower Parry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: The Case of the Singing Skirt

12 March 1960
In Rowena, CA where draw poker is legal, Manning Ennis pays a casino manager, Slim Marcus, $60,000 to settle his losses. The only witness to the game is the singing cigarette girl, Betty Roberts. When Ennis' wife is killed, she is charged.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Joan O'Brien ... Betty Roberts
Henry Lascoe ... George Anclitus

Allison Hayes ... Sadie Bradford

H.M. Wynant ... Joe (Slim) Marcus
Jeanne Moody ... Vivian Ennis
Fredd Wayne ... William Gowrie
Chris Warfield ... Manning Ennis
Robert Williams ... Joe - Police Captain (as Robert B. Williams)
Richard Gaines ... Judge

Stafford Repp ... Frederick Halstead
Byron Morrow ... George Ranger
John Harmon ... Frank Wilton
Michael Fox ... Autopsy Surgeon
Harry Fleer ... Detective
Ken Walken ... Parking Lot Attendant

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
Sam Harris ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Flower Parry ... Concerned Onlooker (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: The Case of the Bashful Burro

26 March 1960
Perry looking for a roving prospector as a witness runs into a young couple working a worthless gold mine. Their neighbor wants to buy the property but they refuse to sell. When the neighbor is murdered, the young owner is charged.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... D.A. Hamilton Burger (credit only)

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg (credit only)
Ray Stricklyn ... Gerald Norton
Elisabeth Fraser ... Hazel Bascombe
George Mitchell ... Amos Catledge
Sue George ... Sally Norton
Ben Wright ... Crawford Wright
Charles Bateman ... Roy Dowson
Hugh Sanders ... Ken Bascombe
Wendell Holmes ... District Attorney Williams
John Pickard ... Sheriff Keller
Lewis Martin ... Judge
Kay E. Kuter ... Deputy (as Kay Kuter)
Jack Orrison ... Coroner's Physician
Stephen Courtleigh ... Ballistics Expert
Mike Mason ... Cowboy
Joan Elliott ... Button Salesgirl
Tony Michaels ... Waiter
Danny Borzage ... Barfly (uncredited)
Dick Cherney ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jack Kenny ... Barfly (uncredited)
Ann Kunde ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Max Wagner ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: The Case of the Crying Cherub

9 April 1960
When a Matisse painting is stolen from a museum, the finger is pointed at an assistant in the museum whose boyfriend is an artist as well as his estranged wife. The wife tries to blackmail the museum owner but is murdered after a fight.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Joe Maross ... David Lambert
Tom Drake ... Richard Harkens

Abraham Sofaer ... Sylvester Robey

Mala Powers ... June Sinclair

David Lewis ... Deputy D.A. Mark Hanson
Kathryn Givney ... Amelia Harkens

Carmen Phillips ... Liza Carson Lambert
Tom McBride ... Thomas Clark - Museum Guard (as Thomas McBride)
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
Don Anderson ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Franklyn Farnum ... Art Auction Attendee (uncredited)
Bess Flowers ... Art Auction Attendee (uncredited)
Harold Miller ... Art Auction Attendee (uncredited)
Flower Parry ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Bert Stevens ... Art Auction Attendee (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Assistant at Art Auction (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 21: The Case of the Nimble Nephew

23 April 1960
A developer sets up a trap to catch one of his nephews who he suspects of stealing information for their own profit. When the trap catches no one but the information leaks, he turns to Perry. Perry finds the thief - dead in his garage.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Robert Gist ... Deputy D.A. Claude Drumm

Will Wright ... Adam Thompson (as William H. Wright)
Carl Benton Reid ... Victor Logan

Bert Convy ... Harry Thompson
Crahan Denton ... Frank Jarrett
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
Jack Gordon ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: The Case of the Madcap Modiste

30 April 1960
A fashion designer on live TV negates a deal her husband/partner brokered with another firm. Later, before their fashion show she takes a pill with champagne provided by her husband and shortly falls to the floor saying she was poisoned.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
John Conte ... Charles Pierce

Marie Windsor ... Flavia Pierce

Les Tremayne ... Deputy D.A. Stewart Linn

Leslie Parrish ... Hope Sutherland

David White ... Henry De Garmo

Robert Ellenstein ... Dr. McBride - Medical Examiner
Dorothy Neumann ... Leona Durant
Edward Mallory ... George Halliday
Truman Bradley ... Television Interviewer
Morris Ankrum ... Judge

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
Lee Miller ... Sgt. Brice
Annabelle George ... Model #1 (as Anna Belle George)
Patricia Olson ... Model #2 (as Pat Olson)

Season 3, Episode 23: The Case of the Slandered Submarine

14 May 1960
Perry moves to military court to defend a submariner of two murders - one his wife. The second victim is an officer investigating the murder and in charge of approving a new device for the Navy from a company bought by his father-in-law.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg (credit only)

Hugh Marlowe ... Cmdr. James Page
Robert F. Simon ... Anthony Beldon
Jack Ging ... Robert Chapman
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
Joe Corey ... Johnny Larkin (as Joseph Corey)
Tom Palmer ... Cmdr. Reynolds
Herb Vigran ... Ernest Pritchard
Raoul De Leon ... Julio Remarto
Freeman Lusk ... Capt. Horton
Dick Geary ... O.N.I. Officer
Dean Casey ... Shore Patrolman
Don Anderson ... 2nd Shore Patrolman (uncredited)
Paul Bradley ... Judge (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 24: The Case of the Ominous Outcast

21 May 1960
A man travels to Outcast to think a man who donated to the orphanage where he was raised but is turned away due to his looks by everyone but a man he met fishing. When the man he came to thank is murdered, he is charged with the crime.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg (credit only)
Robert Emhardt ... J. J. Flaherty
Jeremy Slate ... Bob Lansing
Margaret Hayes ... Vivian Bell (as Maggie Hayes)

Denver Pyle ... Tom Quincy
Walter Burke ... James Blackburn
Irene Tedrow ... Amy Douglas
Claude Stroud ... Jeff Douglas
Henry Norell ... Frederick Bell

Willis Bouchey ... Judge (as Willis B. Bouchet)
Jack Holland ... Autopsy Surgeon

David McMahon ... Bartender
Marilyn Eastman ... Secretary (as Mary Eastman)
Joseph Crehan ... Court Clerk (uncredited)
Tex Driscoll ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Kermit Maynard ... Passerby Outside Hotel (uncredited)
Mathew McCue ... Courtroom Spectator / Old Man in Hotel (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Robert Wegner ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 25: The Case of the Irate Inventor

28 May 1960
Inventor James Frazer thinks his wife Thelma is having an affair, so he leaves for three months to work on his anti-collision device. James returns home to find his locked workshop in flames and Thelma dead inside of a gunshot.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Thomas Coley ... James Frazer (as Tom Coley)

Kasey Rogers ... Lois Langley

Ken Lynch ... Robert Hayden
Manning Ross ... Calvin Boone
Cece Whitney ... Thelma Frazer (as Ce Ce Whitney)
Douglas Odney ... Arthur Hayden (as Doug Odney)
Barry Cahill ... Sgt. M. Quimby
Kenneth MacDonald ... Judge (as Kenneth R. MacDonald)
Gertrude Flynn ... Mrs. Nicholas

Arthur Peterson ... Sorrell

George E. Stone ... Court Clerk
Sam Harris ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Plainclothesman - Sgt. Brice (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 26: The Case of the Flighty Father

11 June 1960
After funeral services for Louise Holbrook, her daughter, ten million dollar heiress Tracy, meets a man who claims to be her father, long gone Jay Holbrook. The family head, old Cousin Lawrence King, is blind and cannot identify Holbrook.

Raymond Burr ... Perry Mason

Barbara Hale ... Della Street

William Hopper ... Paul Drake

William Talman ... D.A. Hamilton Burger

Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Anne Benton ... Trudy Holbrook

Hayden Rorke ... Jay Holbrook #1

Francis X. Bushman ... Lawrence King
Henry Beckman ... David
William Allyn ... Wally Harper
Berry Kroeger ... Donald J. Evanson
Francis De Sales ... Holbrook #2
Dan Riss ... Peter Sample
Grandon Rhodes