Perry Mason and Della Street are shocked when they stop in at the office late one evening and find a baby on Perry's desk. The building cleaning woman, Mrs. Cosgrove, assures them no one ... See full summary »
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Dick Van Dyke,
Barry Van Dyke
Perry Mason and Della Street are shocked when they stop in at the office late one evening and find a baby on Perry's desk. The building cleaning woman, Mrs. Cosgrove, assures them no one was let into the office. While Della takes charge of the baby, Paul Drake starts to trace the child's parents. The only lead he has is a note saying the baby's name is Leander and an old St. Christopher's medal that was left with the baby that has an old electric car engraved on the back. A car dealer tells them the car pictured on the medallion is a rarity with only 6 ever built by its designer, Leander Kerrick. The man is now dead but his widow Dolly is still alive. Mrs. Kerrick's cousin and business manager Jarvis Baker knows more than he's letting on but she refuses to believe the child might be her grandson. Perry is not the first person to approach her about a possible grandchild since Lester Menke offered to find the child for her for a hefty fee. The child's mother is Ginny Talbot and when the... Written by
Perry and Della are returning to the office late one evening and upon opening the door find a baby on Perry's desk. All that is left with the baby is a note asking Perry to keep the baby safe. Other than that the only thing the baby possess is a St Christopher medal with an rare car on the back. Perry finds out that the car on the back of the medal is a electric car owned by the widow Derrick.
As Della is caring for the baby a series of odd events happen. We find out how the baby got to Perry's office, someone else is trying to kidnap the baby, a rich widow feels like she is being blackmailed and we find out that the supposed mother, Ginny Talbot, is accused of murder.
Perry will defend Ms Talbot in court for the murder plus trying to establish the fact she actually is the mother of the baby. Paul gives Perry some information that appears to only hurt his client but Perry finds the information interesting and is ready for cross examination of witnesses.
A very interesting mystery that is entertaining. With some good actors like Hugh Marlowe, Sara Taft and Corey Allen this episode is dramatic. A good watch for any Mason viewer.
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