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Perry Mason: The Case of the Shoplifter's Shoe

A woman accused of shoplifting may have committed the crime to help her brother, a drunk with a gambling problem. But her problems are just beginning - someone shoots her brother's partner Austin Cullins, and a lot of evidence points to her. It only gets worse when her brother catches a fatal bullet...

Episode Info  

Episode number: 6x13
Airdate: Thursday January 03rd, 1963

Guest Stars
Lurene TuttleLurene Tuttle
As Sarah Breel
Melora ConwayMelora Conway
As Ione Bedford
Blair DaviesBlair Davies
As Austin Cullens
Charles IrvingCharles Irving
As Judge
James MillhollinJames Millhollin
As Floorwalker
Shirley MitchellShirley Mitchell
As Saleswoman
Kenneth PattersonKenneth Patterson
As Store Detective
Vincent TroyVincent Troy
As Andre (Matre d')
Margaret OMargaret O'Brien
As Virginia Trent
Leonard NimoyLeonard Nimoy
As Pete Chennery
Richard CooganRichard Coogan
As Sgt. Gifford
Arthur BatanidesArthur Batanides
As Bill Golding
Walter KelleyWalter Kelley
As Interne
Bernard FeinBernard Fein
As Foreman
Main Cast
Raymond BurrRaymond Burr
As Perry Mason
Barbara HaleBarbara Hale
As Della Street
William HopperWilliam Hopper
As Paul Drake
William TalmanWilliam Talman
As Hamilton Burger
Ray CollinsRay Collins
As Lieutenant Arthur Tragg
Other Episode Crew

CreatorErle Stanley Gardner
Executive ProducerGail Patrick
ProducerArt Seid
Associate ProducerJackson Gillis
Make-upIrving Pringle
Set DecoratorCharles Vassar
Production Sound MixerHerman Lewis
Script SupervisorCosmo Genovese
Director of PhotographyRobert G. Hager
Art DirectorLewis H. Creber
Main Title ThemeFred Steiner
Film EditorRichard Cahoon
Assistant DirectorRobert G. Stone
Wardrobe SupervisorEdward McDermott (2)  |  Evelyn Carruth
Prop MasterRay Thompson (3)
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