Perry Mason

Season 3 Episode 18

The Case of the Singing Skirt

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Aired Saturday 7:30 PM Mar 12, 1960 on CBS
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The Case of the Singing Skirt
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The Big Barn is a legal gambling casino run by George Anclitas. Things are going well at the Big Barn until George's second banana, Slim Marcus, botches a crooked card game and is exposed for cheating. Slim's girlfriend, Vivan Ennis, is then killed and George plants a gun and marijuana on Betty Roberts, one of the girls who works at the club. Betty knows quite a bit about the shady activities going on at The Big Barn so George decides to feed her to the wolves in order to take the heat off himself. It's then up to Perry to try and extricate Betty from her predicament.moreless

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    Joan O'Brien

    Joan O'Brien

    Betty Roberts

    Guest Star

    Henry Lascoe

    Henry Lascoe

    George Anclitas

    Guest Star

    Allison Hayes

    Allison Hayes

    Sadie Bradford

    Guest Star

    Richard Gaines

    Richard Gaines

    Judge

    Recurring Role

    Michael Fox

    Michael Fox

    Autopsy Surgeon

    Recurring Role

    George E. Stone

    George E. Stone

    Court Clerk

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Tragg takes the thumbprints of the suspect and then in next breath says to the suspect and Perry that the suspect's fingerprints were found at various places relating to the murder. How did the police know they were the suspect's prints if Tragg had only just seconds prior obtained the suspect's prints? And even then, only the thumbs.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Perry: Now, Mr. Anclitas, how do you account for this particular gun getting into the possession of the defendant. Did she steal it?
        George Anclitas: Steal is a big word.
        Perry: Murder is a bigger one.

      • George Anclitas and later Perry: I like everybody to be happy.

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