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Perry Mason

Season 3 Episode 12

The Case of the Frantic Flyer

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Aired Saturday 7:30 PM Jan 09, 1960 on CBS
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A double cross, a double murder, a plane crash, missing money, and yet another innocent widow charged with crimes she didn't commit are the elements of this case.

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    Patricia Barry

    Patricia Barry

    Janice Atkins

    Guest Star

    Simon Oakland

    Simon Oakland

    Howard Walters

    Guest Star

    Rebecca Welles

    Rebecca Welles

    Carol Taylor

    Guest Star

    Richard Gaines

    Richard Gaines

    Judge

    Recurring Role

    Jon Lormer

    Jon Lormer

    Autopsy Surgeon

    Recurring Role

    George E. Stone

    George E. Stone

    Court Clerk

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The beginning of this episode takes place in January, which explains the snowfall. Then the episode shifts seven weeks later to March. However, on the wall in the offices of Taylor Maid Markets there is a calendar clearly indicating it is July/August 1959, undoubtedly when the episode was filmed. Moreover, Perry Mason's office calendar states it is Tuesday, March 16, which places the events in either 1954 or 1965, but not 1959.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Wade Taylor: I haven't had the amount of your bill yet, Mr. Mason, so, uh, I've left the amount here blank. Fill it out anyway you want to.
        Perry: Well, thank you.
        Carol Taylor: Thank you, Mr. Mason.
        Paul: That's--uh, that's a great idea. Why don't you just fill out my check that way? Blank, huh. Sign it.
        Perry: (smirking) All right, Paul. (Paul looks very nervous)

      • Hastings: That's real tricky, real complicated and tricky. I guess murder's like that.
        Perry: No, sir, murder is usually very simple. It's the getting away with it that's real complicated and tricky.

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