Sculptor John Kenyon returns from Greece with a beautiful model and her mother. Kenyon becomes very irritated with the both of them when the mother interferes with his attempts to court the model. When the mother is killed, he is charged.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John Larkin ...
John Kenyon
Dan O'Malley
George Spangler
Cleo Grammas
Robert Harland ...
Ken Judson
Roger Correll
Tol Avery ...
Charles L. Welsh
William Hughes ...


John Kenyon returns from a European trip with a lovely young Greek woman in tow. He is an accomplished sculptor and his new find, Theba, is going to be the model for his next work, a life-sized statue. Along with them is Theba's mother Cleo Gammas. For Kenyon however, Theba is far more than simply a model as he has quite fallen in love with the girl and hopes to marry her. He even consults Perry Mason on how he might be able to send Cleo packing back to Greece. Perry tells him to simply marry her. Neither his servant George Spangler or his writer friend Dan O'Malley think Kenyon has any business or chance with Theba. In addition, Cleo repeatedly takes Theba out where she has Theba meet other men nor will she give Kenyon time alone with Theba. When Cleo is found dead however, Kenyon is charged with murder and Perry defends him. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Mystery





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18 April 1963 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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And her mother comes too
4 February 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Sculptor John Larkin has brought back from Greece Marianna Hill who is his new muse and whom he plans to use as a model for recreating those classical Greek statues. Along in tow is Faith Domergue who is her 'mother' and who worked for a Greek millionaire, an Aristotle Onassis who made his money in wool and who recently died.

All that is tied up rather clumsily in a plot involving the late Greek tycoon's business there and in Los Angeles. When Domergue is found dead Larkin needs Perry Mason.

Not one of the better episodes of Perry Mason, a badly constructed story and characters who truly made no sense.

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