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O'Pake outlines plans for new role as district attorney


Republican & Herald - Nov 14, 2017
In what he termed a “Perry Mason moment,” the co-defendant admitted committing the crime and the jury acquitted his client, O'Pake said. “I owe it all to Judge McCloskey,” he said. “I had a real passion for criminal law.” O'Pake, 54, of Norwegian ...
 

Bob Dyer: Legendary Akron lawyer Jim Burdon dies


Akron Beacon Journal - Nov 14, 2017
Because Burdon was the best, he was involved in many of the area's highest-profile cases, getting more TV airtime than Perry Mason. The Fourth Estate admired him, too. Longtime Beacon Journal court reporter Ed Meyer calls him the best lawyer he ever ...
 

Storyteller-in-Chief: Life comes full circle


Oregon Business - Nov 10, 2017
It wasn't quite like Perry Mason, but the trial work seemed interesting, and decisions usually went his way. To my surprise, Dad's advice pushed against the idea of law school. His take was that most people who went to law school didn't end up ...
 

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"Perry Mason" Author Erle Stanley Gardner Typed Letter


 

USED (LN) Perry Mason: Seasons 1-7 (2012) (DVD)


 

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Perry Mason S06E05 The Case of the Hated Hero


 

Perry Mason S06E16 The Case of the Constance Doyle


 

William Hopper - Screen Test as 'Perry Mason' (1956)


William Hopper, who became 'Paul Drake' on 'Perry Mason', does a screen test as 'Perry Mason'. Very odd to hear Ray Collins as 'Lieutenant Tragg' refer to ...
 

Perry Mason - Opening Title Sequence


The classic opening title sequence from Perry Mason.
 

THE NEW PERRY MASON - 1973 - Case of the Cagey Cager - Monte Markham, Harry Guardino


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