Perry Mason

Season 10 Episode 5

The Case of the Sinister Spirit

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Aired Saturday 7:30 PM May 24, 1987 on CBS
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The Case of the Sinister Spirit
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Book publisher Jordan White is having problems with one of his authors, an unbalanced assclown named David Hall. Hall has written a book which not only defames White but also an astrologer, a psychic, and a B-movie actress famous for her work in slasher movies. All four are invited to spend a bizarre evening in a deserted hotel during which Hall is bumped off. Jordan White calls in old friend Perry when he is charged with the killing.moreless

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    Robert Stack

    Robert Stack

    Jordan White

    Guest Star

    Dwight Schultz

    Dwight Schultz

    Andrew Lloyd

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    Kim Delaney

    Kim Delaney

    Susan Warrenfield

    Guest Star

    David Ogden Stiers

    David Ogden Stiers

    Michael Reston

    Recurring Role

    William Katt

    William Katt

    Paul Drake, Jr.

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      • Dwight Schultz should be familiar to fans of The A-Team as the loony Captain Murdock.

      • Leigh Taylor-Young was once married to Ryan O'Neal in real life. The two met when they were appearing together in the primetime soap Peyton Place.

      • Kim Delaney should be familiar to most long-time fans of All My Children. She played Jenny Gardner in the early 80's on that show. Ms. Delaney would go onto co-star in the primetime dramas NYPD Blue, Philly, and CSI: Miami.

      • This episode marks the only time two TV legends, Raymond Burr and Robert Stack, ever worked together when Perry defends "Eliot Ness" on a murder charge. Ironically, two of Stack's Untouchables co-stars, Paul Picerni and Bruce Gordon, made multpile appearances on the original show.

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