Based on the detective fiction of Erle Stanley Gardner, 'Perry Mason' follows a brilliant Los Angeles defense attorney as he clears the names of clients in seemingly hopeless predicaments. Through surprise witnesses, stern cross-examination and an uncanny ability to use the prosecution's own evidence to his advantage, Mason (Raymond Burr) always gets the bad guys to confess or get caught up in their own web of lies.
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