Perry Mason: Season 9, Episode 19

The Case of the Sausalito Sunrise (13 Feb. 1966)

TV Episode  -   -  Crime | Drama | Mystery
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This is based on the same book as one of season 1's episodes, The Case of The Moth-Eaten Mink. A cop discovers that an art dealer is selling a stolen painting named Sausalito Sunrise. When ... See full summary »

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William Talman ...
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Dan Tobin ...
Terrance Clay (credit only)
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Bobbi Dane
Donald Murphy ...
Francis Clune
Mark Tapscott ...
Sgt. Deke Bradley
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Bert Kannon
Peter Mamakos ...
Olaf Deering
Elisabeth Fraser ...
Estelle Gaige
Richard Angarola ...
Campbell Boyd
Stanley Clements ...
Floyd Walters
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This is based on the same book as one of season 1's episodes, The Case of The Moth-Eaten Mink. A cop discovers that an art dealer is selling a stolen painting named Sausalito Sunrise. When the cop is found dead in the gallery, Perry has to defend the dealer and an employee against murder. Paul Drake must pose as a semi truck driver to uncover the real fencing operation. Perry and Drake both face criminal charges. Written by Anonymous

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Near the end, when Lt. Steve Drumm shoots Sgt. Bradley, Bradley gets off one wild shot that knocks a large fragment out of a picture frame sitting on a table. But later, just before the final fade-out, the camera pans over to the picture frame, and the damage is gone. See more »

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Paul Drake's Moments
31 January 2013 | by (Montreal, Canada) – See all my reviews

In this unique episode, Paul Drake truly shines. He has no less then five scenes in which he is the main player with his many talents as a P. I. and as a character are on display. William Hopper shows a full range of character and emotions as he goes undercover, carries a gun and even gets handcuffed.

As well, this is one of the most complex and exciting episodes of the entire series. There are art thefts, kidnap attempts, truck hijackings, a car chase, two murders (one a month before the start), two disappearing clients, and an openly angry Perry Mason.

An exceptional episode for the final season.


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