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The Case of the Dodging Domino (1962)


MV5BMTM3OTA5MzAxNF5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwMjczMTgzMQ@@._V1_SY317_CR3,0,214,317_Phil Schyler likes to have a good time but he’s a songwriter and always seems to be in debt. His sister’s husband pays him a visit after Phil forged his signature on a check and wants his $3000 back by the end of the day or he will go to the police. That shouldn’t be a problem for Phil since he’s also a blackmailer, getting the money from Damion White. When Schyler is found dead and White is charged with the crime, Perry Mason defends him. He finds that several people had motives including a spurned girlfriend and another songwriter whose most recent hit may not have been his own. The fact that Schyler was killed on Halloween is the vital clue that leads to a solution. Written by garykmcd.

Director: Arthur MarksWriters: Erle Stanley Gardner (characters created by), Charles LangStars: Raymond BurrBarbara Hale and William Hopper.

Episode Cast (in credits order)

Raymond Burr Perry Mason
Barbara Hale Della Street
William Hopper Paul Drake
William Talman Hamilton Burger
Ray Collins Lt. Arthur Tragg (credit only)
Wesley Lau Lt. Andy Anderson
David Hedison Damion White
Jeff Morrow Alex Chase
Ellen Burstyn Mona Winthrope White (as Ellen McRae)
Lloyd Corrigan Rudy Mahlsted
Robert H. Harris Jerry Janda
Eddie Firestone Leonard Buckman
Janet Ward Freda Chase
James Forrest Phil Schuyler
Maureen Arthur Vera Jordan
Tom Palmer Frank MacManus
Herbert Rudley Charles Noymann
Barney Biro Judge
Amanda Randolph Grace – Maid
Pat Goldin Joe Hudson, Old Man in Devil’s Costume
Orville Sherman Kirkwood
Diana Reese Michell Strule
Robert ‘Rusty’ Stevens Brucie Hillman (as Rusty Stevens)
Gary Hart Gene Karger
Charlotte Thompson Operator
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lee Miller Sgt. Brice (uncredited)
Bert Stevens Party Guest (uncredited)

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