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Perry Mason: The Case of the Wrongful Writ

A man claiming to be an intelligence agent contacts a friend of Perry, lawyer Ward Toyama, and gets him involved in murder and gunrunning on the high seas.


Episode Info


Episode number: 8x29
Airdate: Thursday May 06th, 1965

Director: Richard Kinon
Writer: Samuel Newman


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Guest Stars
Philip Abbott
As Harry Grant
Recurring
Peter Whitney
As Capt. Otto Varnum
Recurring
Bobby Troup
As Smitty
Recurring
Katherine Squire
As Esther Norden
Recurring
Douglas Henderson
As Frank Jones
Recurring
Henry Beckman
As Albert King
Recurring
Nobu McCarthy
As Sally Choshi
Recurring
Francine York
As Ursula Quigley
Recurring
Bill Zuckert
As Judge Simpson
Recurring
Douglas Evans
As Judge
Recurring
James Shigeta
As Ward Toyama
Main Cast
Raymond Burr
As Perry Mason
Barbara Hale
As Della Street
William Hopper
As Paul Drake
William Talman
As Hamilton Burger
Other Episode Crew

CreatorErle Stanley Gardner
Executive ProducerGail Patrick
ProducerArthur Marks  |  Art Seid
Associate ProducerJackson Gillis
CastingHarvey Clermont
MusicRichard Shores
Music SupervisorHerschel Burke Gilbert
HairstylistAnnabell
Make-upIrving Pringle
Set DecoratorCarl Biddiscombe
Production Sound MixerHerman Lewis
Script SupervisorMarshall Schlom
Director of PhotographyJohn M. Nickolaus, Jr.
Art DirectorLewis H. Creber
Main Title ThemeFred Steiner
Film EditorRichard Cahoon
Assistant DirectorRobert G. Stone
Story ConsultantSamuel Newman
Wardrobe SupervisorEdward McDermott (2)  |  Evelyn Carruth
Prop MasterRay Thompson (3)
 
Warning: Perry Mason season 8 episode 29 guide may contain spoilers
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