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Perry Mason: Season 4 (1960-1961)

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Classic courtroom drama about an L.A. lawyer (adapted from author Erle Stanley Gardner's novels) who seemed incapable of losing a case, thanks to his brilliant deductive reasoning and his uncanny ability to break witnesses on the stand. The formula was as predictable as the verdict, but the long-running series (nine seasons) was crisply paced and beautifully acted. Nearly 20 years after the series ended, Raymond Burr returned to his Emmy-winning role in a number of successful TV-movies.

Cast

Raymond Burr
as Perry Mason
William Hopper
as Paul Drake
H.M. Wynant
as Deputy DA Sampson
Barbara Hale
as Della Street
Robert Karnes
as Deputy DA Chamberlin
William Talman
as Hamilton Burger
Kenneth Tobey
as Deputy DA Alvin
Joe Maross
as Ernest Helming
Ellen Drew
as Julia Webberly
George E. Stone
as Court Clerk
Bert Freed
as Ken Woodman
Frank Maxwell
as Joe Dixon
Cathy O'Donnell
as Norma Brooks
Hayden Rorke
as Walter Caffrey
Robert Rockwell
as Maj. Jerry Reynolds
Connie Hines
as Lucy/Carole
Robert Lowery
as Andrew Collis
Douglas Dick
as Peter Caine
Jerome Thor
as Randall
John Conte
as Addison
James Anderson
as Stan Piper
Douglas Henderson
as Felix Heidemann
Paul Fix
as Runyon
Michael Fox
as Autopsy Surgeon
Karl Held
as Bruce Nesbitt
Nelson Leigh
as Judge John Davis
Lee Miller
as Sgt. Brice
Faith Domergue
as Concepcion O'Higgins
Russell Arms
as Dorrell
Coleen Gray
as Lorraine
John Hoyt
as William Harper Caine
Ralph Clanton
as Roger McClaine
Malcolm Atterbury
as Alfred Needham
Eleanor Audley
as Miss Lorimer
Frances Helm
as Helene Osborne
Arthur Franz
as Henderson
Chuck Stroud
as 1st Operative
Paul Langton
as Deputy DA Telford
Pitt Herbert
as Autopsy Surgeon
Dean Harens
as Riley Morgan
Leslie E. Bradley
as Dr. Walther Braun
Lillian Buyeff
as Sarah Demay
Max Showalter
as Burt Stokes
Francis X. Bushman
as Courtney Jeffers
Corey Allen
as Rennie Foster
Rebecca Welles
as Edith Bristol
Roy Roberts
as W.L. Picard
Mort Mills
as Landra
Richard Arlen
as Harrison
Mary Webster
as Marjorie Ralston
Walter Coy
as Rawson
Robert Clarke
as Franklin
Les Tremayne
as Nesbitt
Neil Hamilton
as Jim James
Anne Helm
as Glamis
Cindy Robbins
as Teddi Hart
Marianne Stewart
as Phyllis Hudson
Carol Ohmart
as Jenny Bartlett
Sonya Wilde
as Joy Lebaron
Russ Bender
as Policeman
Sue England
as Switchboard Girl
John Gallaudet
as Reviewing Judge
John Bryant
as Osborne
John Archer
as Farwell
Fredd Wayne
as Phillips
Jack Ging
as Kincannon
Jeff York
as Pete Mallory
Warren Kemmerling
as Boris Zelbowski
Ken Curtis
as Durant
Gregory Morton
as Carpenter
Edward Platt
as Stratton
Virginia Carroll
as Mrs. Welch
Helen Brown
as Mrs. Hollister
Robert Casper
as Charley Nickels
Alan Hewitt
as Bruce Sheridan
Fred Beir
as Osgood
John Holland
as Leonard Voss
Gavin MacLeod
as Lawrence Comminger
Barbara Stuart
as Violet Ryder
John Lupton
as Nichols
Jeanette Nolan
as Martha Benson
Berry Kroeger
as Edgar Whitehead
Erik Rhodes
as Albright
Simon Oakland
as Caldwell
Rita Lynn
as Myra Heston
Richard Deacon
as Wilmer Beaslee
Byron Palmer
as Charles Sistrom
Russ Conway
as Fred Swan
Jon Lormer
as Autopsy Surgeon
Bart Conrad
as Autopsy Surgeon
Andrea King
as Catherine Locke
Dabbs Greer
as Charles Knudsen
John Banner
as A. Tobler
James Westerfield
as Roger Quigley
Joe Cronin
as Buddy Frye
Tom Browne Henry
as Hartley Basset
Melora Conway
as Lois Rogers
Nan Peterson
as Barbara Claridge
Tyler McVey
as Harold Ames
Gordon Jones
as 2nd Deputy
Lee Farr
as Chet Stark
O.Z. Whitehead
as Harry Beacom
Ray Kellogg
as Hazlett
Charles Cooper
as Eric Sturgis
Paul Power
as Winslow
William Schallert
as Dr. Bradbury
Don Dubbins
as Hartley
Alan Bunce
as Courtney Patton
Sarah Selby
as Mrs. Ames
Lurene Tuttle
as Emma Bailey
Linda Leighton
as Jill Farwell
Wilton Graff
as Hugo Burnette
Jean Howell
as Amelia Phillips
Joe Di Reda
as Phil Edwards
Dick Whittinghill
as Glenn McCoy
Gage Clarke
as Edgar Benson
King Calder
as William Carter
Vaughan Taylor
as Ralph Duncan
Ray Montgomery
as 1st Deputy
Adam West
as Dan Southern
Med Flory
as Capt. McVey
James Bell
as Frank Jefferson alias Silas Vance
Harry Jackson
as George Worthington
Hardie Albright
as Supervisor Albert Johnson
Benson Fong
as Colong Kim
Betty Lou Gerson
as Trudie Braun
Robert H. Harris
as Claude Demay
Fred Coby
as Tony Montgomery
William Mims
as Leander Walker
Donald Foster
as James Gracie
Paul Lambert
as Ben Nicholson
Maxine Stuart
as Grace Witt
Barney Phillips
as Mr. Johnson
Eloise Hardt
as Marta Wiltern
George N. Neise
as George Huxley
Willard Sage
as Tony Gilbert
Frank Ferguson
as Prof. Laiken
Benny Rubin
as Sassano
Harlan Warde
as Connors
Robert Carricart
as Orvel Kingman
Percy Helton
as Pawnbroker
Dee Arlen
as Lorna Grant
Stephen Talbot
as Jimmie Kendall
Joan Camden
as Miriam Ames
Paul Birch
as Crawford
Fifi D'Orsay
as Woman Witness
Jennifer Howard
as Milly Nash
Connie Cezon
as Gertie Lade
Frances Fong
as Frances Kim
Naomi Stevens
as Fanny Werbler
Stephen Roberts
as Maj. Cooke
Nelson Olmsted
as Cartman Jasper
Barry Cahill
as Sgt. Binns
Syd Saylor
as Watchman
Grandon Rhodes
as Divorce Judge
Jonathan Hole
as Stanley Roderick
John McLiam
as Councilman William Daniels
Fred Graham
as Fire Chief
Dub Taylor
as Stroller
Sydney Smith
as Judge Abernathy
Renee Godfrey
as Miss Winslow
Bob Carson
as Warden
Dorothy Adams
as Wilma Stone
Arthur Hanson
as Sgt. Ferris
Eddie Quillan
as Bookkeeper Keller
Richard Shannon
as Col. Sloan
Sara Seegar
as Miss Pennock
Myron Natwick
as Desk Clerk
I. Stanford Jolley
as Jerome Henley
Tom Fadden
as Beller
John Graham
as Lawrence
Barbara Pepper
as Mrs. Diamond
Lindsay Workman
as Wilber Fenwick
Richard Geary
as Skin Diver
Berkeley Harris
as Patrolman
Geraldine Wall
as Mrs. Cartwright
Ronnie Knox
as Sgt. Lewis
Reba Waters
as Kathy Jergens
Mack Williams
as 1st Judge
Bill Erwin
as Superintendent
Fred Essler
as Mr. Kringle
Paul Barselow
as John Penner
Christopher Dark
as Prosecutor Thorne
Charles Conrad
as Dr. Auerback
Wally Brown
as John Givney
Charlie Briggs
as Policeman
Gil Rogers
as Buddy Staples
Sidney Clute
as Jack Shaw
Bill Idelson
as Autopsy Surgeon
Tony Hughes
as Jack Parrish
Larry Gray
as Brig. Gen. Bishop
Mara Massey
as Switchboard Girl
Sid Tomack
as Rudi Tripp
Bill Quinn
as 2nd Judge
Henry Hunter
as Avery Bellison
James Chandler
as Sgt. Willoughby
Bill Cord
as Officer Lions
George Selk
as Maurice Fellows
Norman Leavitt
as Crime Lab Technician
John Close
as Police Sergeant
Eugene Borden
as Swiss Waiter
Sam Flint
as Welkes
Clark Howat
as Lt. Col. Fremont
Phillip Terry
as Arnold Webberly
Irvin Ashkenazy
as Tom Grimes
Hal Smith
as Supper Club Owner
Jim Drum
as 1st Reporter
Phil Chambers
as Anderson
Art Lewis
as Immigration Clerk
Bert Stevens
as Ronald Arthur
Michael Harris
as Deputy Harris
Elizabeth Harrower
as Apartment Manager
Robert Bice
as 2nd Operative
Susan Davis
as Miss Padway
Alan Dexter
as Dr. Stanton
Len Hendry
as Plainclothesman
Paul Lees
as Air Policeman
Hal K. Dawson
as Watchman
Harry Hollins
as 2nd Reporter
Ralph Manza
as Dr. Prince
Joe McGuinn
as Lt. Lew Kaufman
Bert Remsen
as Lt. White
James B. Sikking
as Civilian Engineer
Patricia Marlowe
as Receptionist
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