Perry Mason - Season 8

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  • The Case of the Ruinous Road
    12/31/64
    9.5
    When a land development deal goes sour, Perry must defend engineer Adam Conrad for a murder committed in an old house that has something very sinister hidden underneath it.
  • The Case of the Feather Cloak
    2/11/65
    8.6
    In Hawaii to handle an investigation for a hotel chain, Mason and Drake uncover a murder.
  • The Case of the Sleepy Slayer
    10/15/64
    8.5
    Pathetic lowlife Rachel Gordon has been sponging off her crotchety Uncle Abner for years. When she steals money from his safe to give to her drug addict boyfriend he threatens to prosecute her unless she makes restitution. Soon afterwards Uncle Abner turns up dead but it's his male secretary who's charged with the crime.moreless
  • The Case of the Careless Kitten
    3/25/65
    8.4
    Franklin Shore, supposedly dead for 10 years, telephones his niece, Helen, and gives her instructions on how to meet him. Then someone takes a shot at Helen's boyfriend and attempts to poison the "deceased's" wife, Matllda. Then there's the matter of Henry Leach, a murdered man who had been blackmailing Franklin when he was alive.moreless
  • The Case of the Grinning Gorilla
    4/29/65
    8.3
    Della buys the diary of a drowned woman at an auction and after reading the entries becomes convinced that the woman's death was not a suicide as was ruled at the time. This leads Perry into a case involving an eccentric millionaire, his two scheming assistants, and a kleptomaniac gorilla.
  • The Case of the Duplicate Case
    4/22/65
    8.2
    An unsuccessful salesman has a lot of explaining to do when he throws down his sample case in disgust--- and large sums of money fall out.
  • The Case of the Deadly Debt
    4/1/65
    8.1
    Police detective Danny Talbert's father dies from a heart attack caused by stress from the fact that he was into mobster Steve Radom for a $10,000.00 debt. Or so Danny believes. When Radom is killed with Danny's gun, Perry steps in to clear his name.
  • The Case of the Gambling Lady
    4/8/65
    8.0
    Pete Warren's estranged wife, Myrna, is killing time in Reno waiting for their divorce to go through. When Myrna gets involved in a counterfeit gambling chip scam, Pete makes the mistake of lying to protect her. Then, when Myrna buys the farm, the police blame Pete whom they theorize manufactured the phony chips at his novelty company.moreless
  • The Case of the Betrayed Bride
    10/22/64
    8.0
    A recently widowed women becomes tangled in a web of suspicion when she hastily remarries a fortune hunting Frenchman. When the Frenchman's former bride comes searching for him he ends up shot dead in the swimming pool.
  • The Case of the Mischievous Doll
    5/13/65
    7.9
    Perry is paid a visit by a Dorrie Ambler who wants him to verify her identity. Shady private eye Phil Arthur has been paying her to frequent certain places around town and Dorrie thinks it's because she bears a strong resemblance to madcap heiress Minerva Minden. After some digging, Perry finds out that Minerva might have been involved in a hit-and-run accident and it appears as though Dorrie is being used to prove that. Then the private eye gets killed and Perry discovers the truth about Dorrie Ambler. She and Minerva are one and the same. But who was the woman who got burned beyond recognition in the car accident who was believed to be Dorrie Ambler?moreless
  • The Case of the Lover's Gamble
    2/18/65
    7.8
    A woman turns to Mason when she becomes convinced that her boss is planning to murder his invalid wife.
  • The Case of the Reckless Rockhound
    11/26/64
    7.8
    Reba Burgess's control of her late husband's mining company is threatened when a man turns up with a partnership agreement -signed by Burgess before he died. Then Reba is charged with murder when the man turns up dead.
  • The Case of the Golden Venom
    1/21/65
    7.7
    A woman hires Mason to nullify a clause in her late husband's will that disinherits her if she reopens the investigation into her son's death.
  • The Case of the Bullied Bowler
    11/5/64
    7.5
    While Perry is away in Europe, attorney Joe Kelly agrees to represent Bill Jarvis, whose bitter ex-mother-in-law is trying to have his bowling alley shut down. Kelly then has to clear Jarvis of a murder rap.
  • The Case of the Paper Bullets
    10/1/64
    7.4
    Mason is caught in the middle when a romance develops between two members of rival political families. Things get worse when the Romeo of the piece is found murdered.
  • The Case of the Latent Lover
    12/3/64
    7.4
    Investment broker Eric Pollard tops off a series of peculiar actions by commandeering a taxi to rob a bank. He is arrested but given probation for his actions. Pollard's strange behavior continues when he insists that his probation officer is having an affair with his wife, Sybil. When Sybil Pollard later turns up murdered the probation officer is charged with the crime.moreless
  • The Case of the Nautical Knot
    10/29/64
    7.3
    Mason is summoned when Harvey Scott's efforts to retain temporary control of the family mining company lead to murder.
  • The Case of the Thermal Thief
    1/14/65
    7.2
    Attorney Ken Kramer comes to the aid of an alleged thief accused of stealing a $50,000 necklace. Then, when the thief is found murdered, Kramer defends the socialite accused of the crime.
  • The Case of the Tragic Trophy
    11/19/64
    7.2
    Kathy James poses as Kathy Anders to get the goods on slimy movie producer Tony Fry who years earlier had ruined the career of her cameraman father. She gets incriminating photos of Fry with a woman named Janice Pennington. Going to Fry's house, Kathy confronts him only to have him slug her one. Then she grabs a trophy to defend herself and whacks him over the head. Perry, however, believes that a second blow actually killed Fry and sets out to prove it.moreless
  • The Case of the Fatal Fetish
    3/4/65
    7.1
    Burger tries to head off trouble when his young assistant falls for an unscrupulous woman but he ends up having to prosecute him for her murder.
  • The Case of the Murderous Mermaid
    3/18/65
    7.0

    Former swimming champion Victoria Dawn is now overweight, out of shape, and the owner of a chain of failing health spas. Desperate to regain some of her former glory she hires young actress Regina "Reggie" Lambert to impersonate her in a swim across the Catalina Channel to Los Angeles. Reggie runs into trouble along the way in her swim but is rescued by boat captain Charlie Shaw. Later that night, Victoria is discovered murdered, having been planning to abscond with her company's finances, and Reggie gets charged with the murder.

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  • The Case of the Wooden Nickels
    12/10/64
    7.0
    Paul Drake gets more than he bargained for when he agrees to act as courier in the sale of a rare Confederate coin. Murder, as usual, soon rears its ugly head.
  • The Case of the Blonde Bonanza
    12/17/64
    6.9
    Della's country cousin, seeking a career in Hollywood as a model, fails to read the fine print when she signs a contract that calls for her to gain weight. She also ends up charged with murder.
  • The Case of the Tell-Tale Tap
    2/4/65
    6.9
    Balancing private investigation with legal gymnastics, Mason tries to iron out a case of embezzlement and murder.
  • The Case of the Missing Button
    9/24/64
    6.8
    A man's campaign to prove his estranged wife an unfit mother is interrupted when he's arrested for the murder of her boyfriend.
  • The Case of the Frustrated Folksinger
    Uninterested in her recently inherited fortune, aspring singer and heiress Amy Jo Jennings is easy prey for a slimy agent seeking financial backing for his latest project. He agrees to see to it that she gets the lead role in a touring musical comedy provided that she puts up $50,000.00. The agent actually plans to abscond with Amy Jo's money but before he can make tracks he's found dead after a party. Poor ole Amy Jo is charged with the death.moreless
  • The Case of the Sad Sicilian
    3/11/65
    6.4
    Paulo Porro is a charming young man from Sicily with a clever scam for ingratiating himself with Italian-American families. But when he tries his charms on Enrico Bacio, Paulo runs into a problem. It seems as though there was bad blood between the Porro and Bacio clans back in Sicily. Bacio even believes that Paolo has come to kill him. When Bacio is later found with a file lodged in his neck, Paolo is blamed for the murder.moreless
  • The Case of the Wrongful Writ
    5/6/65
    6.2
    Lawyer Ward Toyama, a friend of Perry's, gets caught up in an illegal gunrunning operation and murder on the high seas after being contacted by a man claiming to be an intelligence agent. It's up to Perry to clear his friend's name when he's accused of murder.
  • The Case of the Scandalous Sculptor
    10/8/64
    6.1
    Mona Harvey is the principal stockholder in a publishing company run by her uncle, Everett, and the wife of an eccentric sculptor named Hannibal Harvey who is being blackmailed. Unable to get at any money due to Mona's absence, Hannibal has ditzy model Bonnie Dunbar write a blackmail note to Mona's uncle. Everett gets the money out of petty cash and sends it to Bonnie. In the meantime, Mona returns, finds Bonnie's blackmail note, and decides to pay the model a visit. So does Hannibal. Without seeing each other, husband and wife both discover Bonnie's dead body. Mona gets arrested for the murder but she fears that Hannibal might be the real killer.moreless
  • The Case of a Place Called Midnight
    11/12/64
    5.6
    In an offbeat case, Mason becomes involved in international intrigue when he travels to Switzerland to meet a friend's future daughter-in-law.
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