Contractor George Andrews meets with political strongman Wilfred Borden, an amateur photographer, about resolving the arbitrary inspection problems on the job. As he leaves the estate, Andrews sideswipes a car, throwing a young woman into the driveway. The woman identifies herself as Beatrice Cornell and refuses medical aid, asking only for a ride home. Andrews consults Perry Mason, who finds that the accident victim was not who she said. Borden is killed, and Mason must search for a model who might have been in the house that evening. Lt. Tragg finds the murder weapon, a Colt .38 automatic, in Andrews' car and arrests him. Written by
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When George Andrews is helping Beatrice Cornell to his car after the vehicle accident, a microphone is visible at the bottom left of the screen. See more