Starring classic television stalwart Andy Griffith, 'Matlock' follows the cases of criminal defense attorney Ben Matlock. Thrifty, folksy and cantankerous, Matlock charges a premium for his services but is worth every penny: This renowned attorney, always clothed in his trademark light-gray suit and driving his signature Ford Crown Victoria, has an uncanny knack for finding overlooked clues and exposing murderers in dramatic courtroom scenes.
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