50th Anniversary Edition
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Perry Mason is an attorney who specializes in defending seemingly indefensible cases. With the aid of his secretary Della Street and investigator Paul Drake, he often finds that by digging deeply into the facts, startling facts can be revealed. Often relying on his outstanding courtroom skills, he often tricks or traps people into unwittingly admitting their guilt.
- Perry Mason Returns
- Perry Mason talent tests
- The Case of Erie Stanley Gardner featurette
- Syndication promos
- New on-camera intros by Barbara Hale
- Raymond Burr's Charlie Rose interviews
- Raymond Burr on Person to Person
- New Barbara Hale interview
- New Arthur Marks interview
- Photo gallery
- The cast plays "Stump the Stars"
- William Talman Anti-Smoking message
- CBS Executive Anne Nelson interview
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The stories were always interesting, and we are happy that they remain relevant. With the exception of things like Della dialing the phone with her pencil and Paul not being able to text Perry on updates, these stories could happen today. There is lots of content, twists, mystery, and the fun of trying to figure out whodunit.
You will enjoy seeing big stars before they were big. Barbara Hale (Della) introduces each episode and gives you a heads-up on who to watch for. Be sure to opt for this feature. Speaking of features, we haven't seen any of them yet, but eagerly await things like Raymond Burr's interview with Charlie Rose.
An aspect of the series that may be of interest to some of you: Back in the 1960s, a lawyer friend--also a Perry Mason fan--told me that the courtroom procedures were accurately depicted. This, of course, excludes the guilty party jumping up in court and confessing.
Love this edition!