Frederick Rollins and Tom Wyatt have discovered a cure for gill fever, a deadly goldfish disease. As they plan to market the product, they find that entrepreneur Jack Huxley has bought the aquarium supply business and owns all patents and intellectual property. Huxley's marriage is on the rocks and he breaks up with his girl friend. Huxley's partner, Dan Myers, despises him and tries to double-cross him. Huxley is murdered, Wyatt is charged with the crime, and Perry Mason has to sort everything out.- Written by richardann
Tom Wyatt has developed a treatment for gill fever, a disease in tropical fish. His friend and ex-boss Frederick Rollins has sold his tropical fish supply business to Jack Huxley who takes takes it from him and asks a chemist, Darrell Metcalf to analyze it and reproduce it for him. Wyatt and Rollins consult Perry Mason and are told that scientific discoveries done on behalf of the company become the intellectual property of the purchaser. Wyatt is angered by it all and when Huxley is found dead, he is charged with murder. Perry defends him and there are several others who would have liked to see him dead, including his wife Norah and his business partner.- Written by garykmcd
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