Perry Mason

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Noun1.Perry Mason - fictional detective in novels by Erle Stanley Gardner
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In addition to Hardy playing the role of Perry Mason, police Lieutenant Abe Glitsky and private investigator Wyatt Hunt are also like their counterparts from the iconic series, with Hunt asking the tough questions from the potential suspects.
THE True Entertainment channel offered up a murder mystery straight from the Eighties this week as part of its Perry Mason series.
1889: Erle Stanley Gardner, US author and lawyer who created Perry Mason, was born.
It was later picked up as another television series titled "The New Perry Mason," which starred Monte Markham and ran from 1973 to 1974.
Judgement at Nuremburg, Operation Eichmann, The Man in the Glass Booth, Music Box, Perry Mason and the Case of the Desperate Deception, Skokie, Never Forget, and Nuremburg.
Perry Mason (H) Sherlock Holmes (Z) Nancy Drew (F) BOX7: Zagreb is the capital of which country?
When asked who they would want their attorney to "most closely mirror" if they needed legal services, Perry Mason from "Perry Mason" came out on top with 28 percent.
Like a Perry Mason, he slowly develops his case, his line of questioning, attempting to put the witness into a false sense of ease, and then pounces to produce what he hopes would be incriminating statements.
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.
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.