TV courtroom-drama never looked more sophisticated and exciting than it did when L.A.'s slick and outrageously expensive defence lawyer, Perry Mason, was on the case.
Never, ever seeming to lose a case, Perry Mason, with his gift of good-timing, always dazzled one and all in the courtroom.
Never failing to uncover that one piece of overlooked evidence, Perry Mason was sure to clear his clients and put the bad guys (and gals) behind bars before the show was over.
This 1950s, TV crime show, with its climatic witness-stand confessions, offers you mighty good value (and lots of nail-biting drama) for your entertainment-dollar.
Classic comfort meal series.
Imperfect, but decent portrayal of the United States justice system given 1950 sensibilities (Big cars, smoking galore by sponsor & fading hat habits) & budget constraints.
Major miracle production company adapted mystery author work into TV!
Idealistic series a boon & a curse to law schools
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