After confronting Fred Bushmiller coming out of Lorna Thomas' home, George Clark seeks Perry Mason's help in helping him confirm that his wife Betty, who was given up for adoption in infancy, is in fact the daughter of famous movie star Lorna Thomas. Perry isn't very helpful pointing out that under the law, a child that is given up for adoption has no legal redress against a biological parent. Private eye Fred Bushmiller is also trying to establish Betty Clark's connection to Lorna but only has his own personal gain in mind. Lorna is hoping to make a comeback but has just decided to postpone her new movie, leaving producer Tony Raeburn in a lurch. With persuasion from her husband George, Betty visits Lorna to confront her interrupting Lorna's meeting with Tony. Lorna spurns Betty's request denying any connection. When Lorna is subsequently found dead, there is no shortage of suspects. One of her bracelets is found stuffed in the seat of George's car. It's George Clark however who is ...
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The records stating the date of the adoption is given as February 17, 1935, but it would seem unlikely, as official documents are made during working weekday hours, and this date was a Sunday. See more
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