Perry Mason

Season 2 Episode 9

The Case of the Purple Woman

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Aired Saturday 7:30 PM Dec 06, 1958 on CBS
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The Case of the Purple Woman
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An art collector, Rufus Varner, is told by a reputable art critic that one of his most prized art paintings named "The Purple Woman" is a forgery. Varner visits the art dealer from whom he purchased the painting, Milo Girard. After he finds out the dealer knew it was a forgery, he realizes the news would damage his reputation as an art collector. At the Girard home, an artist Aaron Hubble, tells Evelyn Girard, the wife of the art dealer, that he painted a forgery of The Purple Woman for her husband. Milo Girard is found dead in his office the next morning and his wife Evelyn is charged with his murder.moreless

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      • Perry: (discussing information that would hurt Perry's client) Are you sure of that?
        Paul: I am.
        Della: Well, I certainly hope the District Attorney's office doesn't find out about that.
        Paul: They don't have to. They're way ahead of us. Where do you think I picked up this information?

      • Burger: Perry, I want to congratulate you. That was a fine job you did in court today.
        Della
        : Well, Mr. Burger, you seem almost pleased.
        Burger
        : I am.
        Perry
        : Della, there was an article in the Law Journal recently. Let me quote you the last paragraph. "A well-tried criminal case is a credit to all involved. There is no winning or no losing in the true administration of justice." The article was signed Hamilton Burger.

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