Perry Mason

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Noun1.Perry Mason - fictional detective in novels by Erle Stanley Gardner
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1889: Erle Stanley Gardner, US author and lawyer who created Perry Mason, was born.
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PERRY MASON Defence attorney and star of dozens of novels, short stories and adaptations, Mason'showpiece would be to prove the innocence of his clients by uncovering the real criminal.
A provocative John Grisham courtroom drama with 2014 Oscar contenders - Sandra Bullock assists ambitious attorney Matthew McConaughey - and testimony twists straight out of Perry Mason.
WE are used to fictional lawyers like Perry Mason and Rumpole of the Bailey tearing apart dodgy witnesses.
Gardner's greatest contribution to the practice was his creation of fictional criminal defense lawyer Perry Mason.
Gardner's wealth and worldwide fame would come about because of his creation of fiction's most famous lawyer, Perry Mason.
She decided to give it a try--and went on to become an icon known more for her daytime television programming than her prior TV work as a guest starring actress and participant in major shows from Perry Mason to The Twilight Zone.
It probably takes a bit of gray hair to recognize who Perry Mason is, but I trust our readers to be in the know and to appreciate our use of this fictional TV character to convey a prospectively real board director.
In the 60s, he found television success playing the judge in the Perry Mason detective series.
Half a century ago on the TV that night was The Black and White Minstrels at 7pm followed by Perry Mason at 7.
You can forget Quincy, Perry Mason and Petrocelli (although, judging by those blank looks on that last one, some of you already have), Columbo is the top copper from that golden era.