Perry Mason

Season 1 Episode 35

The Case of the Lazy Lover

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Aired Saturday 7:30 PM May 31, 1958 on CBS
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The Case of the Lazy Lover
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Attempting to miss hitting her stepfather's car, Patricia Faxon swerves as she enters her driveway and hits the hedges. After asking her stepfather, Bertrand Allred, to move his car, he finds Bob Fleetwood badly hurt next to the hedges. Assuming Patricia accidentally hit Bob Fleetwood, Bertrand and Lucille Allred take Bob to a hotel. The next morning Bertrand Allred is found dead in his car, near the hotel, where the car left the road and went through the guard rail. Lucille Allred is accused of killing her husband when she is seen walking back to the hotel shortly after Bertrand's car left.moreless

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    Harry Townes

    Harry Townes

    Bob Fleetwood

    Guest Star

    Frances Helm

    Frances Helm

    Bernice Archer

    Guest Star

    James Bell

    James Bell

    P. E. Overbrook

    Guest Star

    Kenneth R. MacDonald

    Kenneth R. MacDonald

    Judge

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      • Perry: (to Della about the mail) Anything interesting this bleak Monday morning?
        Della: Oh, this little item on top might bring you a ray of sunshine.
        Perry: Just this bare naked check?
        Della: Just that bare naked 2,500 clams.
        Perry: Della, when it's over a thousand you don't refer to them as clams. They become dollars.

      • Perry: Why, hello. This is Lieutenant Tragg of homicide. (introduces the two ladies) Mrs. Allred. Her daughter.
        Lt. Tragg: Are you Mrs. Allred's lawyer, Mason, or are you just acting as an M.C.?

      • Perry: In view of certain past accusations, Lieutenant, I'd like this instance of my cooperation with the police duly noted. Remember, I turned [the culprit] over to you.
        Lt. Tragg: Oh, would carved in stone be satisfactory, or should we etch it in bronze?
        Perry: Whichever is more expensive.

      • Della: All right, who really did kill Allred?
        Perry: Overbrook. Burger had it right the first time. I just couldn't bring myself to the point of agreeing with him. Might establish a dangerous precedent.

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