Eula Johnson wants her husband Grover to sell the 1000 acres they've bought. Their lawyer, Willard Hupp, hasn't had much luck in finding them a buyer but Grover is less than keen to dispose of the property for too low a price. They suddenly seem to have struck gold when an affable and apparently wealthy Texan, Nelson Barclift, offers them a ridiculously high amount for the property. It's all a scam of course, cooked up by Eula, to get an insurance policy paid off after an untimely death. Insurance investigator Walter Jeffries has been looking into the highly suspicious claim but when Eula is found strangled, it's Grover who is charged with murder and Perry Mason defends him. Written by
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The 1964 Lincoln Continental with whitewall tires becomes a 1956 Ford Sedan with black tires and no wheel covers when it is seen from a distance going down the hill and crashing and burning. See more