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Perry Mason: Season 6 (1962-1963)

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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
Barbara Hale
as Della Street
William Hopper
as Paul Drake
William Talman
as Hamilton Burger
Mala Powers
as Janet Brent
Lisabeth Hush
as Roberta Harper
Ray Collins
as Lt. Arthur Tragg
Peter Whitney
as Jahnchek
Jesse White
as Renshaw
Hugh O'Brian
as Bruce Jason
James Best
as Potter
Wesley Lau
as Lt. Anderson
Peggy McCay
as Margaret
Karl Weber
as Sellers
Frank Overton
as Deputy DA Nelson Taylor
John Howard
as Dr. Omstead
David White
as Victor Kendall
Michael Fox
as Coroner's Physician
Adam West
as Norland
Maurice Manson
as Joseph Kraft
Lee Farr
as Nicholas Blake
Barbara Parkins
as Paula Durham
Joan Freeman
as Jennifer
Melinda Plowman
as Maureen Thomas
Lisa Gaye
as Alyssa
Richard Webb
as George C. Belter
Jack Betts
as Watterton
Mabel Albertson
as Carrie Wilson
Arch Johnson
as Thornton
Erin O'Brien
as Janis Carr
Lee Miller
as Sgt. Brice
Mort Mills
as Sgt. Landro
Michael Pate
as Richard Harris
Edmon Ryan
as Morrell
Chris Alcaide
as Gus Wiler
Eilene Janssen
as Maureen Franklin
Wynn Pearce
as Griffin
Melora Conway
as Ione Bedford
Constance Towers
as Mrs. Metcalfe
Frances Reid
as Liza Givney
Steven Geray
as Franz Moray
Julie Adams
as Valerie
George Macready
as Roscoe Pearce
Leonard Stone
as Jerel Leland
Jim Davis
as Tabor
Mary LaRoche
as Donella Wynn Lambert
George Kane
as Gil Simpson
Neil Hamilton
as Fred McCormick
Jan Shepard
as Joane Proctor
Keye Luke
as Chang
Ann Doran
as Mrs. Slater
Nellie Burt
as Mrs. Abernathy
Allen Case
as Wheeler
Douglas Dick
as Ned Chase
Steve Brodie
as Quinn Torey
Robert H. Harris
as Jerry Janda
Ford Rainey
as Russell Durham
Parley Baer
as David Bickel
Ben Cooper
as James Grove
Richard Coogan
as Sgt. Gifford
Ruta Lee
as Vivian
Virginia Gregg
as Mrs. Vickers
Maura McGiveney
as Gloria Winters
Jon Lormer
as Autopsy Surgeon
Jean Engstrom
as Claudia Demming
Kathleen Hughes
as Lita Krail
John Dall
as Franklin
Robert Knapp
as Charles Lambert
James Philbrook
as Harrison Burke
Marvin Miller
as F.J. Weatherby
Ronald Long
as Myron Baker
Robert Harland
as Ken Judson
Dabbs Greer
as Jack Tabor
Mark Roberts
as Richards
Eddie Firestone
as Leonard Buckman
Jennifer Howard
as Madelon Haines Shelby
Don Dubbins
as Ned Bertell
Robert Simon
as Philip Hillman
Linden Chiles
as Vernon Elliot
Mary Munday
as Grace Doyle
Abigail Shelton
as Michaela Martin
Anna-Lisa
as Norma Vickers
John Anderson
as O'Malley
Stuart Erwin
as Clem Sandover
Anna Lee
as Crystal Durham
Leonard Nimoy
as Chennery
John Hoyt
as Norland
Sue England
as Fleta York
Kenneth Tobey
as Asst. DA Alvin
Vivi Janiss
as Margaret MacDonald
Arthur Batanides
as Bill Golding
Florida Friebus
as Marian Lamont
Joby Baker
as Kenneth Carter
Bill Phipps
as Dwight Wilson
Janet Ward
as Freda Chase
Blair Davies
as Austin Cullins
Charles H. Radilac
as Franz Schreck
Russell Arms
as Roger Correll
Joseph Sirola
as George Hale
John Durren
as Pat Mangan
Jerry Oddo
as Steven Arthur
Carlos Romero
as Raul Perez
Hugh Sanders
as John Grimsby
Harry Jackson
as Frank Locket
Pat Finley
as Grace Kingman
John Morley
as Ernest Demming
Meg Wyllie
as Margaret Stone
Abraham Sofaer
as Elihu Laban
Rita Lynn
as Madge Eberly
Judy Dan
as Trixie Tong
Frank Ferguson
as Sheriff Orville Ramsey
Kent Smith
as Metcalfe
Walter Pidgeon
as Sherman Hatfield
Joy Hodges
as Clara Thorne
Elaine Devry
as Terry Clover
Henry Travis
as Mr. Mangan
Walter Mathews
as 2nd Reporter
Alex Bookston
as Druggist
Walter Stocker
as Van Bennett
Barbara Pepper
as Mrs. Williamson
George Mitchell
as Desk Sergeant
Lee Van Cleef
as Edward Doyle
Peter Leeds
as Photographer
William Allyn
as David Pinter
Lee Bergere
as James Wall
Jonathan Hole
as Edward Link
Gertrude Flynn
as Sylvia Lambert
Michael Rennie
as Prof. Edward Lindley
Kay Stewart
as Barbara Billings
Tol Avery
as Charles L. Welsh
James Forrest
as Phil Schuyler
Philip Ahn
as James Wong
Tom Lowell
as Bobby Slater
Bartlett Robinson
as Emmett Pierson
Dan Seymour
as Pedro Dias
Hayden Rorke
as Gage McKinney
Ken Renard
as Divorce Judge
John Heath
as George Layton
Maureen Arthur
as Vera Jordan
Ralph Clanton
as Karl Corby
Jonathan Kidd
as Joe Italiano
James Hong
as Dean Chang
Henry Norell
as Courtney Osgood
Harry Holcombe
as Sen. Deering
Noah Keen
as Dr. Stephen Grant
Byron Foulger
as Levertt Thomas
James Millhollin
as Floorwalker
Stewart Bradley
as Bill Vaughan
Tenen Holtz
as Mr. Gilfain
Sally Bliss
as Kay McKenzie
Frank Gerstle
as Det. Steve Toland
Jackie Searl
as Ollie Benson
John Dennis
as Police Lieutenant
Berry Kroeger
as Darius Tyson
John Siegfried
as Alex Gaussner
Harry Lauter
as Chris Hearn
Tom Palmer
as Frank MacManus
Harp McGuire
as Officer
Tom Harkness
as 1st Judge
Bill Quinn
as H.B. Durell
John Warburton
as Mr. Campion
Shirley Mitchell
as Saleswoman
Cathy Merchant
as Esther Linten
Raymond Greenleaf
as Rare Book Curator
John Pickard
as Det. Boykins
Ralph Manza
as Dr. Lieberson
John Bryant
as Mike Estridge
Audrey Caire
as Polly Vaughan
Frank Behrens
as Dr. Oldham
Mark Murray
as Terry Wardman
Gregory Morton
as Amos Waldemar
Lisa Davis
as Receptionist
Tommy Farrell
as Robert Fordney
William Hughes
as Policeman
Jack Stewart Taylor
as Sparring Partner
Kelly Thordsen
as Sheriff Watson
Doris Packer
as Mrs. Campion
Dick Wilson
as Prisoner
Ted Stanhope
as Pawnbroker
Walter Coy
as Mr. Lawson
Toby Michaels
as Secretary
Larry Thor
as Commentator
Kenneth Patterson
as Store Detective
Nacho Galindo
as Hotel Owner
Nolan Leary
as Judge Gray
Robert Foulk
as Delehanty
George Ives
as Police Board Chairman
Herbert Rudley
as Charles Noymann
Allen Joseph
as Sen. Cord
Joan Petrone
as Tess Noyman
Ron Stokes
as Deputy
Teru Shimada
as Ito Kumagi
Harry Bartell
as Handwriting Expert
Elizabeth Harrower
as Mrs. Mangan
John Harmon
as Fingerprint Expert
Vic Perrin
as Assistant DA Rice
John Alvin
as Bank Teller
William Fawcett
as Mr. Morescu
Lewis Charles
as Bartender
Ollie O'Toole
as Grocery Clerk
Sally Smith
as Nancy Layton
Allan Hunt
as Jimmie Moore
Robert S. Carson
as Commodore Holmes
Don Lynch
as Traffic Owner
Douglas Evans
as William Rice
Earl Brown
as Stable Hand
Mae Clark
as Operator #2
George E. Stone
as Court Clerk
Ray Dannis
as Radio Salesman
William Tracy
as Man at Bookstore
Lennie Bremen
as Superintendent
Beulah Quo
as Mrs. Tong
Bernard Fein
as Foreman
Jean Harvey
as Janitress
Henry Hunter
as Attorney
Juney Ellis
as Chambermaid
John Zaremba
as Medical Examiner
Cheryl Miller
as 1st Girl
Bill Hampton
as Cab Driver
Norman Leavitt
as Technician
Pitt Herbert
as Dr. Desmond
Seamon Glass
as Policeman
Judee Morton
as 2nd Girl
Vince Townsend Jr.
as Court Clerk
Jason Johnson
as 2nd Senator
Herbert Patterson
as Auto Engineer
Ben Erway
as Hotel Manager
Pat Goldin
as Old Man
Robert Howard
as Young Man
Gil Perkins
as Watchman
Wallace Rooney
as Lab Technician
Buddy Ochoa
as Bellboy
Bill Cord
as Coast Guard Officer
Michael Harris
as Sgt. Bruce
Paul Maxey
as Plump Man
Henry Rowland
as Watchman
William Woodson
as Commentator
Ed Stoddard
as Police Chemist
George Selk
as Attendant
Nancy Lee
as 3rd Girl
Jimmy Goodwin
as Pound Attendant
Renee Godfrey
as Lady Librarian
Greta Granstedt
as Mrs. Sommers
Kenney Dale Johnson
as Ride Attendant
Harry Fleer
as Bank Teller
Chuck Stroud
as Court Clerk
Robert Rothwell
as Earth-mover Operator
Tom Simcox
as Waiter
Everett Glass
as Carleton Gage
Gary Hart
as Boy 2
Gilbert Frye
as Desk Clerk
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