Ben Matlock defends himself against a charge of murder in L.A.

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Julie March (credit only)
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Arthur Prescott
Charles Siebert ...
Dr. Gilbert Lehman
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Judge George Clayton
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Daryl Wilson
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Andrew Sloan
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Scott Walker
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Judge Raymond Price
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Bartender
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Carlos 'Carl' Berman
Diane Shalet ...
Mrs. Hawkins
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Prosecutor in Los Angeles
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Ben Matlock defends himself against a charge of murder in L.A.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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25 September 1990 (USA)  »

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The original title of this episode was "A Matlock Murder Mystery." It was given its current title for syndication purposes. See more »

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When the man is murdered at the beginning, the body moves between shots. See more »

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Carlos Berman: The problem is, my friend, that my customers order drinks you've probably never heard of.
Conrad McMasters: Try me.
Carlos Berman: A Zombie, a perfect Rob Roy, and a Suffering Bastard.
Conrad McMasters: Coming up.
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Followed by Matlock: The Idol (1994) See more »

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