"George Livingston" opens a bank account, makes periodic deposits, and withdraws all $112,000 a month later. Sylvia Nelson forces her husband Edward, company president, to give her a divorce in exchange for her proxies in a hotly contested corporate fight with vice-president Frank Avery. Womanizer Robert Doniger, corporate accountant, reports the $112K embezzlement to Nelson, who consults Perry Mason. Doniger turns out to be "Livingston," and secretary Norma Williams tries to extort half the money from him. Doniger promises his latest girlfriend, Patricia Martin, that he will return the money to the company. Perry and Della Street discover Doniger dead, with Nelson looking suspicious as he is there as well, and Avery acting triumphant. The money is found in Nelson's car. Nelson is arrested and Perry has his work cut out for him. Written by
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A pair of white gloves is introduced as evidence; Lt. Tragg testifies that they are gray. See more