Perry Mason

Season 4 Episode 16

The Case of the Waylaid Wolf

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Aired Saturday 7:30 PM Feb 04, 1961 on CBS
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The Case of the Waylaid Wolf
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Womanizing playboy Loring Lamont has his sights set on Arlene Ferris, his father's shapely secretary. He lures her to his beachfront bachelor pad with seduction on his mind. Arlene slaps the rotter and flees taking Loring's car back into town. Things then go from bad to worse for poor Arlene. After her departure someone stabs Loring to death and she's suspect number one.

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    Robert Karnes

    Robert Karnes

    Deputy D.A. Chamberlain

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    Rebecca Welles

    Rebecca Welles

    Edith Bristol

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    Andra Martin

    Andra Martin

    Arlene Ferris

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    Morris Ankrum

    Morris Ankrum

    Judge

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    Pitt Herbert

    Pitt Herbert

    Coroner

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    Lee Miller

    Lee Miller

    Sgt. Brice

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      • Perry: I've been hoping to hear from you, Miss Ferris. You were supposed to phone, not come in person. Police have been watching this office, they might still be watching.
        Arlene: Well I'm sorry but you see I called George and he insisted on talking to you. We can trust George, Mr. Mason, he's sort of engaged to Madge.
        Perry: Madge Ellwood called you for Lamont's address?
        George: Yes, that's right. Look Mason, I'm not too happy with Madge being so mixed up in this.
        Perry: At the moment she's completely unmixed, Mr. Albert. It's Arlene you should be worried about.
        George: Oh, I am, of course.
        Perry: Miss Ferris do you remember anything else about the phone call Lamont received while you were in the kitchen?
        Arlene: Well, he did say something about giving something when he was good and ready. His voice got very loud and he became angry, he said, "You tell my Father okay and I'll see that you never get the money". Then his voice got lower and I couldn't hear anymore.
        Perry: Okay? He called the person Okay?
        Arlene: Yes.

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