List of Perry Mason episode murderers

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Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (September 21, 1957 – June 28, 1958)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleVictim(s)AccusedMurderer(s)
1 1"The Case of the Restless Redhead"Harry Merrill (aka Lester Gladden)[2] (not seen alive)Evelyn Bagby[2] (Whitney Blake)[3]Lewis Boles (aka Lawrence Benson)[1] (Vaughn Taylor)[3]
Method: Gunshot[1]Motive: Monetary interest[1][a]
2 2"The Case of the Sleepwalker's Niece"Phillip Kendall[2] (Harry Hickox)[5]Peter Cole[2]Steve Harris[4] (Darryl Hickman)[5]
Method: Stabbing[4]Motive: Inheritance[4]
3 3"The Case of the Nervous Accomplice"George Lutts[2] (Richard Hale)[7]Sybil Granger[2] (Maggie Hayes)[7]Herbert Dean[6] (Robert Cornthwaite)[7]
Method: Gunshot[6]Motive: Inheritance[6]Accessory: Roxy Howard[6] (Greta Thyssen)[7] for removing evidence[6][b]
4 4"The Case of the Drowning Duck"David Latwell[2] (not seen) & Bob Devereux[2] (not seen and killed indirectly)[c] & Donald Briggs[2] (Harry Landers)[9]Marv Adams[2] (Gary Vinson)[9]Martha Norris[8] (Paula Winslowe)[9]
Method: Latwell by unspecified[8] & Devereux by state execution[8] & Briggs by poisoning[8]Motive: Latwell for passion[8] & Briggs to end extortion[8]
5 5"The Case of the Sulky Girl"Edward Norton[2] (Raymond Greenleaf)[11]Rod Gleason[2] (Brian G. Hutton)[11]Arthur Crinston[10]
Method: Bludgeoning[10]Motive: Monetary interest[10]Accessory: Donald Graves[10] (William Schallert)[11] for impersonating the deceased victim & concealing evidence[10][d]
6 6"The Case of the Silent Partner"Sam Lynk[2]Mildred Kimber[2] (Anne Barton)[13]Lola Florey[12] (Peggy Maley)[13]
Method: Gunshot[12][e]Motive: Passion[12]
7 7"The Case of the Angry Mourner"Mark Cushing[2]Belle Adrian[2] (Sylvia Field)[15]Sam Burris[14] (Malcolm Atterbury)[15]
Method: Gunshot[14]Motive: Passion (hatred)[14][f]
8 8"The Case of the Crimson Kiss"Carver Clement (aka Phillip Walsh)[2]Fay Allison[2] (Sue England)[17]Shirley Tanner[16]
Method: Poisoning[16]Motive: Passion[16]
9 9"The Case of the Vagabond Vixen"Edgar Ferrell[2] (Paul Cavanagh)[19]John Addison[2] (Robert Ellenstein)[19]Myrtle Northrup[18][h]
Method: Gunshot[18]Motive: End extortion[18][g]
10 10"The Case of the Runaway Corpse"Uncle Charlie[2] (not seen) & Ed Davenport[2] (John Stephenson)[21]Myrna Davenport[2] (June Dayton)[21]Jason Beckmeyer[20] (Adam Williams)[21]
Method: Charlie by poisoning[20] & Ed by poisoning[20]Motive: Charlie for inheritance[20] & Ed for monetary interest[20]
11 11"The Case of the Crooked Candle"Joseph Bradford[2] (Bruce Cowling)[23]Martha Bradford[2] (Nancy Gates)[23]Larry Sands[22] (Whit Bissell)[23]
Method: Gunshot[22]Motive: Passion (jealousy)[22][i]
12 12"The Case of the Negligent Nymph"George Alder[2] (David Lewis)[25]Sally Fenner[2] (Peggie Castle)[25]Karen Alder[24] (Joan Banks)[25]
Method: Bludgeoning[24]Motive: Passion (hatred)[24][j]
13 13"The Case of the Moth-Eaten Mink"Robert Claremont[2] & George Fayette (aka Herbert Sidney Granton)[2]Morey Allen[2] (Robert Osterloh)[27] & Dixie Dayton[2]Jaffrey (aka Wilson)[26] (Douglas Kennedy)[27]
Method: Claremont by gunshot[26] & Fayette by gunshot[26]Motive: Claremont to conceal another act[26] & Fayette to conceal another act[26][k]
14 14"The Case of the Baited Hook"Albert Tydings[2] (George N. Neise)[29]Carol (Leeds) Stanley[2] & Robert Dawson[2] (accessory)Abigail Esther (Edith on Carol's birth certificate) Leeds[28] (Geraldine Wall)[29]
Method: Gunshot[28]Motive: Passion (love)[28][l]
15 15"The Case of the Fan Dancer's Horse"John Callender[2] (Hugh Sanders)[31]Lois (Fenton) Callender[2] (Susan Cummings)[31]Jasper Fenton[30]
Method: Stabbing[30]Motive: Conceal another act[30][m]Accessory: Irene Kilby (aka Cherie Chi-Chi)[30] (Judy Tyler)[31] after the fact for concealing evidence and false testimony[30]
16 16"The Case of the Demure Defendant"Martin Wellman[2]Nadine Marshall[2] (Christine White)[33] & then Marian Newburn[2] (Fay Baker)[33]Captain Hugo[32] (Clem Bevans)[33]
Method: Poisoning[32]Motive: Passion (love)[32][n]
17 17"The Case of the Sunbather's Diary"George Ballard[2] (Ralph Moody)[35]Arlene Dowling[2] (Susan Morrow)[35]Bill Emory[34] (Peter Leeds)[35]
Method: Stabbing[34]Motive: Conceal another act[34][o]
18 18"The Case of the Cautious Coquette"Ross Hollister[2] (James Seay)[37] & Harry Pitkin[2]Elaine Barton[2] (Kipp Hamilton)[37]Stephen Argyle[36] (Donald Randolph)[37]
Method: Hollister by gunshot[36] & Pitkin by gunshot[36]Motive: Hollister to conceal another act[36] & Pitkin to end extortion[36][p]
19 19"The Case of the Haunted Husband"Michael Greeley[2] (John Hubbard)[39] & Ernest Tanner[2] (Fredd Wayne)[39]Claire Olger[2] (Patricia Hardy)[39]Marcia Greeley[38] (Helen Westcott)[39]
Method: Michael by gunshot[38] & Tanner by gunshot[38]Motive: Michael to end extortion[38] & Tanner to conceal another act[38][q]
20 20"The Case of the Lonely Heiress"Charles B. Barnaby[2] (L. Q. Jones)[41]Marylin Cartwright (aka Marylin Clark)[2] (Kathleen Crowley)[41]Delores Coterro[40]
Method: Poisoning[40]Motive: Passion (love)[40][r]
21 21"The Case of the Green-Eyed Sister"J.J. Stanley[2] (James Bell)[43]Harriet Bain[2] & then Arthur West[2] (Dan Riss)[43]Addison Doyle[42] (Robin Hughes)[43]
Method: Stabbing[42][s]Motive: Monetary interest[42][t]
22 22"The Case of the Fugitive Nurse"David Kirby[2] (Dabbs Greer)[45]Janet Morris[2] (Bethel Leslie)[45]Angela Kirby[44] (Jeanette Nolan)[45]
Method: Vehicle[44][u]Motive: Monetary interest[44][v]
23 23"The Case of the One-eyed Witness"Pierre Renault[2] & Arthur D. Fargo[2]Marian Fargo[2] (Angie Dickinson)[47]Samuel D. Carlin[46] (Luis van Rooten)[47]
Method: Renault by gunshot[46] & Fargo by gunshot[46]Motive: Renault to conceal another act[46] & Fargo to conceal another act[46][w]Accessory: Diana Maynard[46] (Dorothy Green)[47] for conspiracy to commit murder, concealing evidence, and giving false testimony[46]
24 24"The Case of the Deadly Double"David Reed[2] (Carleton G. Young)[49]Bob Crane[2] (Denver Pyle)[49]Johnny Hale[48] (Murray Hamilton)[49]
Method: Gunshot[48]Motive: Passion (jealousy)[48][x]
25 25"The Case of the Empty Tin"Elston Carr[2] & Alan Neil[2] (Warren Stevens)[51] & Miriam Hocksley[2] (attempted)Doris Hocksley[2]Rebecca Gentrie[50] (Olive Deering)[51]
Method: Carr by gunshot[50] & Neil by gunshot[50] & Miriam by gunshot[50]Motive: Carr to conceal another act[50] & Neil for passion (unrequited love)[50] & Miriam to conceal another act[50][y]
26 26"The Case of the Half-Wakened Wife"Scott Shelby[2]Frank Lawton[2]Marion Shelby[52] (Phyllis Avery)[53]
Method: Gunshot[52]Motive: Passion (unrequited love)[52][z]
27 27"The Case of the Desperate Daughter"Stefan Riker[2] (Werner Klemperer)[55]Doris Bannister[2] (Gigi Perreau)[55]Edward Bannister[54] (Robert F. Simon)[55]
Method: Gunshot[54]Motive: Passion (jealousy)[54][aa]
28 28"The Case of the Daring Decoy"Rose Calvert[2] (Pamela Duncan)[57]Daniel Conway[2] (H.M. Wynant)[57]Fred Calvert[56] (Jack Weston)[57]
Method: Gunshot[56]Motive: Passion (unrequited love)[56][ab]
29 29"The Case of the Hesitant Hostess"Kim Lane[2]Albert Saunders[2] (Fred Sherman)[59]Joseph Gibbs[58] (Ned Wever)[59]
Method: Gunshot[58]Motive: Monetary interest[58][ac]
30 30"The Case of the Screaming Women"Mary K. Davis[2] (Marian Seldes)[61]Leona Walsh[2] (Josephine Hutchinson)[61]Connie Cooper[60] (Ruta Lee)[61]
Method: Gunshot[60]Motive: Passion (love)[60][ad]
31 31"The Case of the Fiery Fingers"Louise Gordon[2]Nora Mae Quincey[2]Vicky Braxton[62] (Mary LaRoche)[63]
Method: Poisoning[62]Motive: Inheritance[62][ae]
32 32"The Case of the Substitute Face"Carl Houser[2] (Theodore Newton)[65]Anna Houser[2] (Lurene Tuttle)[65]Morgan Shreeves (aka Daniel James)[64]
Method: Gunshot[64]Motive: Monetary interest[64]Accessory: Evelyn Whiting[64] (Joan Tabor)[65] & Roland Carter[64] (Ralph Dumke)[65]
33 33"The Case of the Long-Legged Models"George Castle[2] (Joe de Santis)[67]Stephanie Faulkner[2] (Peggy McCay)[67]Eva Elliot[66] (Alix Talton)[67]
Method: Gunshot[66]Motive: End extortion[66]
34 34"The Case of the Gilded Lily"Arthur Binney[2] (Richard Erdman)[69]Charles Stewart Brent[2] (Grant Withers)[69]Harry Mitchell[68] (Wally Brown)[69]
Method: Gunshot[68][af]Motive: Monetary interest[68]
35 35"The Case of the Lazy Lover"Bertrand Allred[2] (Neil Hamilton)[71]Lucille Allred[2]P.E. Overbrook[70] (James Bell)[71]
Method: Bludgeoning[70]Motive: Passion[70]Accessory: Robert Fleetwood[70] (Harry Townes)[71] & Bernice Archer[70]
36 36"The Case of the Prodigal Parent"Philip Larkin[2] (Terry Becker)[73]Joseph Harrison[2] (John Hoyt)[73]George Durell[72] (Herbert Rudley)[73]
Method: Gunshot[72]Motive: Passion[72]
37 37"The Case of the Black-eyed Blonde"Marian Shaw[2] (Judith Ames)[75]Diana Reynolds[2] (Whitney Blake)[75]Norma Carter[74] (Phyllis Coates)[75]
Method: Gunshot[74]Motive: Monetary interest[74][ag]
38 38"The Case of the Terrified Typist"George Baxter[2] (Jack Raine)[77]James Kincaid (posing as Duane Jefferson)[2] (Alan Marshall)[77]James Kincaid[76] (Alan Marshall)[77]
Method: Drowning[76]Motive: Conceal another act[76]
39 39"The Case of the Rolling Bones"Maury Lewis (aka Monte Sewell)[2]Daniel Reed[2] (Edgar Stehli)[79]Willard Scott[78] (Arthur Space)[79]
Method: Gunshot[78]Motive: Passion (revenge)[78][ah]

Season 2 (September 20, 1958 – June 27, 1959)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleVictim(s)AccusedMurderer(s)
40 1"The Case of the Corresponding Corpse"George Beaumont (aka George Hollister)[2] (Ross Elliot)[81]Ruth Whittaker[2]Glenn McKay[80] (William Ching)[81]
Method: Stabbing[80]Motive: Passion (love)[80][ai]
41 2"The Case of the Lucky Loser"Lawrence Balfour (posed as George Egan)[2] (Bruce Bennett)[83]Theodore Balfour[2]Harriet Balfour[82] (Patricia Medina)[83]
Method: Gunshot[82]Motive: Conceal another act[82]Accessory: Steven Boles[82] (Douglas Kennedy)[83] after the fact for concealing evidence[82]
42 3"The Case of the Pint-Sized Client"Frank Anderson[2] (James Anderson)[85]Anthony Renzi[2] (Eduardo Ciannelli)[85]Charles Hays[84]
Method: Bludgeoning[84]Motive: Monetary interest[84][aj]
43 4"The Case of the Sardonic Sergeant"Frank Lessing[2] (John Archer)[87] & William Smith[2]Joseph Dexter[2] (Paul Picerni)[87]Anthony Cusick (posing as William Smith)[86]
Method: Gunshot[86]Motive: Conceal another act[86]Accessory: Howard Evans[86] (Wendell Holmes)[87] for money laundering[86]
44 5"The Case of the Curious Bride"Arthur Kane[2]Rhoda Reynolds[2] (Christine White)[89]Carl Reynolds[88] (Casey Adams)[89]
Method: Bludgeoning[88]Motive: Self-defense[88][ak]
45 6"The Case of the Buried Clock"Jack Hardisty[2] (Fred Wayne)[91]Doc Blane[2] (Don Beddoe)[91]Philip Strague[90] (Charles Cooper)[91]
Method: Gunshot[90]Motive: Monetary interest[90][al]Accessory: Jean Strague[90] (Jeanne Bates)[91] for aiding and abetting Philip in drugging Jack[90]
46 7"The Case of the Married Moonlighter"Frank Curran[2] (Stacy Harris)[93]Daniel Harrison[2] (Arthur Franz)[93]Luke Hickey[92] (Jesse White)[93]
Method: Bludgeoning[92]Motive: Monetary interest[92][am]
47 8"The Case of the Jilted Jockey"John Woodruff Starr[2] (Don Durant)[95]Tic Barton[2] (Billy Pearson)[95]Edward Davis[94]
Method: Gunshot[94]Motive: Monetary interest[94][an]
48 9"The Case of the Purple Woman"Milo Girard[2] (George Macready)[97]Evelyn Girard[2] (Bethel Leslie)[97]Aaron Hubble[96] (Robert H. Harris)[97]
Method: Bludgeoning[96]Motive: Passion (hatred)[96][ao]
49 10"The Case of the Fancy Figures"Charles Brewster[2] (Ralph Clanton)[99]Martin Ellis[2] (William Phipps)[99]Jonathan Hyett[98] (Frank Silvera)[99]
Method: Gunshot[98]Motive: End extortion[98]
50 11"The Case of the Perjured Parrot"Charles Sabin[2] (Maurice Manson)[101]Ellen Monteith[2] (Jody Lawrance)[101]Fred Bascomb[100]
Method: Gunshot[100]Motive: Monetary interest[100]
51 12"The Case of the Shattered Dream"Hans Breel (aka Piet Verlan, aka Piet Hofer, aka Hugo Werner)[2] (Kurt Kreuger)[103]Sarah Werner[2] (Osa Massen)[103]Irene Bedford[102] (Marion Marshall)[103]
Method: Gunshot[102]Motive: Passion[102]
52 13"The Case of the Borrowed Brunette"Melvin Slater[2] (Joe de Santis)[105]Agnes Nulty[2] (Sheila Bromley)[105] & Eva Martell[2] (Maggie Mahoney)[105]Grant Willoughby Reynolds[104] (John Stephenson)[105]
Method: Gunshot[104]Motive: Passion[104]
53 14"The Case of the Glittering Goldfish"Jackson Huxley[2] (Murvyn Vye)[107]Thomas Wyatt[2] (John Hudson)[107]Darrell Metcalf[106] (Cecil Kellaway)[107]
Method: Poisoning[106]Motive: Monetary interest[106]
54 15"The Case of the Foot-Loose Doll"Carl Davis[2] (Robert Bray)[109]Mildred Crest[2] (Ruta Lee)[109]Marjory Davis[108] (Betty Lou Gerson)[109]
Method: Stabbing[108]Motive: Passion[108]
55 16"The Case of the Fraudlent Foto"Marshall Scott[2] (Bartlett Robinson)[111]Brander Harris[2] (Hugh Marlowe)[111]Cleveland Blake[110] (Wilton Graff)[111]
Method: Bludgeoning[110]Motive: Conceal another act[110]
56 17"The Case of the Romantic Rogue"Frank Harvey[2] (not seen) & Vivian West[2] (not seen) & Irene Wallace[2] (Jean Willes)[113]Helen Harvey[2] (Marion Ross)[113]Harry C. West[112]
Method: Frank by unspecified[112] & Vivian by unspecified[112] & Wallace by strangulation[112]Motive: Frank for passion (hatred)[112] & Vivian for passion (hatred)[112] & Wallace to end extortion[112][ap]
57 18"The Case of the Jaded Joker"Charles Goff[2]Freddie Green[2] (Walter Burke)[114]Buzzie (Bobby Troup)[114]
Method: Bludgeoning[aq]Motive: Passion (hatred)[ar]
58 19"The Case of the Caretaker's Cat"Peter Baxter[2]James Hing[2] (Benson Fong)[116]Kenneth Baxter[115] (John Agar)[116]
Method: Poisoning[115]Motive: Inheritance[115]Accessory: Edith DeVoe[115] (Maxine Cooper)[116]
59 20"The Case of the Stuttering Bishop"Arthur Mallory[2] (Vaughn Taylor)[118] & Charles Burroughs[2] (Carl Benton Reid)[118]Carol Delaney[2] (Rebecca Welles)[118]Philip Burroughs[117]
Method: Mallory by drowning[117] & Charles by stabbing[117]Motive: Mallory for monetary interest[117] & Charles for monetary interest[117][as]
60 21"The Case of the Lost Last Act"Rick Volponi[2] (not seen) & Ernest Royce[2] (Jerome Cowan)[120]Frank Brooks[2] (Stacy Harris)[120]Michael Dwight[119] (Robert McQueeney)[120]
Method: Gunshot[119]Motive: Volponi to end extortion[119] & Royce to end extortion[119]
61 22"The Case of the Bedeviled Doctor"Mark Douglas[2]David Craig[2] (Dick Foran)[122]Barbara Heywood[121] (Andrea King)[122]
Method: Gunshot[121]Motive: End extortion[121]
62 23"The Case of the Howling Dog"Polly Forbes[2] & Arthur Cartright[2] (Robert Ellenstein)[124] & a dog[2] & Clinton Forbes[2] (John Holland)[124]Evelyn (Cartright) Forbes[2] (Ann Rutherford)[124]Thelma Brent[123] (Fintan Meyler)[124]
Method: Gunshot[123]Motive: Polly for passion (hatred)[123] & Cartright to conceal another act[123] & the new dog to conceal another act[123] & Clinton for passion (unrequited love)[123][at]Accessory: Clinton Forbes[123] (John Holland)[124] after the fact for the first three killings for destroying and concealing evidence[123]
63 24"The Case of the Calender Girl"Wilfred E. Borden[2] (George N. Neise)[126]George Andrews[2] (John Anderson)[126]Frank Fettridge[125] (Dean Harens)[126]
Method: Gunshot[125]Motive: Monetary interest[125][au]Accessory: Loretta Harper[125] (Kasey Rogers)[126] after the fact for planting evidence[125]
64 25"The Case of the Petulant Partner"Margaret Clark[2] (Nan Leslie)[128]Harry Bright[2] (R. G. Armstrong)[128]Bill Shayne[127]
Method: Gunshot[127]Motive: Monetary interest[127][av]
65 26"The Case of the Dangerous Dowager"Daniel Barker[2] (Robert Strauss)[130]Sylvia Oxman[2] (Patricia Cutts)[130]Robert Benson[129] (Barry Atwater)[130]
Method: Gunshot[129]Motive: Custody battle[129]
66 27"The Case of the Deadly Toy"Martin Selkirk[2] (Dennis Patrick)[132]Claire Allison[2] (Mala Powers)[132]Ralph Jennings[131] (Max Adrian)[132]
Method: Gunshot[131]Motive: Passion (love)[131][aw]
67 28"The Case of the Spanish Cross"Curtis Runyan[2] (Donald Randolph)[134]Jimmy Morrow Jr.[2] (Peter Miles)[134]Miriam Baker[133] (Josephine Hutchinson)[134]
Method: Gunshot[133]Motive: Conceal another act[133][ax]Accessory: Everett Wormser[133] (Jonathan Hole)[134] after the fact for concealing evidence and blackmail[133]
68 29"The Case of the Dubious Bridegroom"Ethel (Carter) Garvin[2] (K. T. Stevens)[136]Edward Garvin[2]George Denby[135] (Thomas Browne Henry)[136]
Method: Gunshot[135]Motive: Conceal another act[135][ay]
69 30"The Case of the Lame Canary"Frederick Walden[2] & Walter Prescott[2] (William Kendis)[138]Ruth Prescott[2]Harry Jonson[137] (James Philbrook)[138]
Method: Walden by vehicle[137] & Prescott by gunshot[137]Motive: Walden to conceal another act[137] & Prescott for monetary interest.[137][az]Accessory: Walter Prescott[137] (William Kendis)[138] to Walden's murder[137]

Season 3 (October 3, 1959 – June 11, 1960)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleVictim(s)AccusedMurderer(s)
70 1"The Case of the Spurious Sister"Marie Chapman[2] (Peggy Knudsen)[140]Bruce Chapman[2]Ralph Hibberly[139] (James Seay)[140]
Method: Strangulation[139]Motive: During commission of another crime[139]Accessory: Virginia Hobart[139] (Marion Marshall)[140] for financial malfeasance[139]
71 2"The Case of the Watery Witness"Lorna Thomas[2] (Fay Wray)[142]George Clark[2]Tony Raeburn[141] (Lester Vail)[142]
Method: Strangulation[141]Motive: Insurance scam[141]
72 3"The Case of the Garrulous Gambler"Mike Granger[2] & Johnny Clay (aka John Bradley)[2]Steve Benton[2] (Dick Foran)[144]Ben Wallace[143] (Steve Brodie)[144]
Method: Granger by gunshot[143] & Clay by bludgeoning[143]Motive: Granger for monetary interest[143] & Clay for monetary interest[143]
73 4"The Case of the Blushing Pearls"Ito Kamuri[2] (Rollin Moriyama)[146]Mitsou Kamuri[2] (Nobu McCarthy)[146]Hudson Nichols[145] (Ralph Dumke)[146]
Method: Stabbing[145]Motive: Conceal another act[145][ba]
74 5"The Case of the Startled Stallion"John Brant[2] (Trevor Bardette)[148]Jo Ann Blanchard[2] (Patricia Hardy)[148]Earl Mauldin[147] (Paul Richards)[148]
Method: Bludgeoning[147]Motive: Monetary interest[147][bb]
75 6"The Case of the Paul Drake's Dilemma"Alexander Colin[2] & Frank Thatcher (aka Frank Danko)[2] (Bruce Gordon)[149]Paul Drake[2] (William Hopper)[149]Frank Thatcher (Bruce Gordon)[149] killed Colin & Joe Marsden killed Thatcher
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Passion
76 7"The Case of the Golden Fraud"Sylvia Welles[2] (Joyce Meadows)[151]Richard Vanaman[2] (Arthur Franz)[151]Elliott Hale[150]
Method: Asphyxia[150]Motive: Passion (hatred)[150][bc]
77 8"The Case of the Bartered Bikini"Rick Stassi[2] (Stephen Bekassy)[153]Kitty Wynne[2] (Terry Huntingdon)[153]Madge Wainwright[152] (June Vincent)[153]
Method: Gunshot[152]Motive: During commission of another crime[152]
78 9"The Case of the Artful Dodger"Allen Sheridan[2] (William J. Campbell)[155]Sarette Winslow[2] (Lurene Tuttle)[155]Joyce Fulton[154] (Patricia Donahue)[155]
Method: Bludgeoning[154]Motive: Passion (love)[154][bd]
79 10"The Case of the Lucky Legs"Frank Patton[2] (Douglas Evans)[157]Marjorie Cluny[2]James R. Bradbury[156] (John Archer)[157]
Method: Stabbing[156]Motive: End extortion[156]
80 11"The Case of the Violent Village"Charlotte Norris[2]Phil Beecher[2]Norman Thurston[158] (Bart Burns)[159]
Method: Gunshot[158]Motive: During commission of another crime[158]Accessory: Judith Thurston[158] (Ann Rutherford)[159] after the fact[158]
81 12"The Case of the Frantic Flyer"Andrew Taylor[2] (not seen) & Howard Walters (aka Henry Myerson)[2] (Simon Oakland)[161]Carol Taylor[2] (Rebecca Welles)[161]Howard Walters (aka Henry Myerson)[160] (Simon Oakland)[161] killed Taylor & Zackary Davis (aka Milton Smith)[160] (James Bell)[161] killed Walters
Method: Gunshot[160]Motive: During commission of another crime[160]
82 13"The Case of the Wayward Wife"Ben Sutton[2]Sylvia Sutton[2] (Bethel Leslie)[163]Arthur Poe[162] (Marshall Thompson)[163]
Method: Gunshot[162]Motive: Passion (revenge)[162]
83 14"The Case of the Prudent Prosecutor"Denver Leonard[2] (Walter Coy)[165]Jefferson Pike[2] (J. Pat O'Malley)[165]Hal Kirkwood[164] (Dabbs Greer)[165]
Method: Bludgeoning[164]Motive: During commission of another crime[164]
84 15"The Case of the Gallant Grafter"Robert Doniger (aka George Livingston)[2] (Phillip Terry)[167]Edward Nelson[2] (Herbert Rudley)[167]Arthur Siddons[166] (Charles Aidman)[167]
Method: Gunshot[166]Motive: Passion (love)[166][be]Accessory: Sylvia Nelson[166] after the fact for planting evidence[166]
85 16"The Case of the Wary Wildcatter"Evelyn (Wallace) Houston[2] & Charles Houston[2] (Byron Palmer)[169]Paula Wallace[2] (Lori March)[169]Charles Houston[168] (Byron Palmer)[169] killed Evelyn & Lucky Sterling[168] (Douglas Kennedy)[169] killed Charles
Method: Gunshot[168]Motive: Passion[168]
86 17"The Case of the Mythical Monkeys"Joseph Manley[2] (not seen alive)Gladys Doyle[2] (Louise Fletcher)[171]Viola Manley[170] (Joan Banks)[171]
Method: Gunshot[170]Motive: Passion[170]
87 18"The Case of the Singing Skirt"Vivian Ennis[2]Betty Roberts[2] (Joan O'Brien)[172]Wilton 'Slim' Marcus (H. M. Wynant)[172]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Self-defense
88 19"The Case of the Bashful Burro"Ken Bascombe[2] (Hugh Sanders)[173]Gerald Norton[2] (Ray Stricklyn)[173]Crawford Wright (Ben Wright)[173]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Monetary interest
89 20"The Case of the Crying Cherub"Lisa Carson[2] (Carmen Phillips)[175]June Sinclair[2] (Mala Powers)[175]Thomas Clark[174]
Method: Gunshot[174]Motive: During commission of another crime[174]
90 21"The Case of the Nimble Nephew"Frank Jarrett (aka Norman Durstine)[2] (Crahan Denton)[177]Harry Thompson[2] (Bert Convy)[177]Ellen Foster[176]
Method: Poisoning[176]Motive: Passion[176]
91 22"The Case of the Madcap Modiste"Flavia (Halliday) Pierce[2] (Marie Windsor)[179]Charles Pierce[2] (John Conte)[179]Leona Durant[178] (Dorothea Neumann)[179]
Method: Poisoning[178]Motive: Monetary interest[178]
92 23"The Case of the Slandered Submarine"Dolores[2] (not seen) & Jim Page[2] (Hugh Marlowe)[181]Robert Chapman[2] (Jack Ging)[181]Gordon Russell[180] (Robert H. Harris)[181]
Method: Dolores by strangulation[180] & Page by stabbing[180]Motive: Dolores to end extortion[180] & Page to conceal another act[180][bf]
93 24"The Case of the Ominous Outcast"Frederick W. Bell[2]Robert Lansing[2] (Jeremy Slate)[183]J. J. Flaherty[182] (Robert Emhardt)[183]
Method: Bludgeoning[182]Motive: During commission of another crime[182]
94 25"The Case of the Irate Inventor"Thelma Frazer[2]James Frazer[2]Lois Langley[184] (Kasey Rogers)[185]
Method: Bludgeoning[184]Motive: Monetary interest[184]Accessory: Arthur Hayden[184] after the fact[184]
95 26"The Case of the Flighty Father"Lawrence King[2] (Francis X. Bushman)[187]Trudy Holbrook[2]David[186] (Henry Beckman)[187]
Method: Bludgeoning[186]Motive: Inheritance[186]

Season 4 (September 17, 1960 – June 10, 1961)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleVictim(s)AccusedMurderer(s)
96 1"The Case of the Treacherous Toupee"Hartley Basset[2] (Thomas B. Henry)[189]Peter Dawson[2] (Philip Dawson)[189]Arthur Colemar[188] (Nelson Olmsted)[189]
Method: Gunshot[188]Motive: Conceal another act[188]
97 2"The Case of the Credulous Quarry"Helen Austin[2]Richard Hammond[2]Alexander Hill[190] (Walter Reed)[191]
Method: Bludgeoning[190]Motive: Passion[190]
98 3"The Case of the Ill-fated Faker"Stanley J. Piper[2] (James Anderson)[193]Betty Wilkins[2] (Sue Randall)[193]Jim Ferris[192] (William Campbell)[193]
Method: Gunshot[192]Motive: During commission of another crime[192]
99 4"The Case of the Singular Double"Marjorie Ralston[2] (Mary Webster[disambiguation needed])[195]Lucille Stevens[2] (Connie Hines)[195]John Ruskin[194] (Arch Johnson)[195]
Method: Bludgeoning[194]Motive: End extortion[194]
100 5"The Case of the Lavender Lipstick"Silas Vance[2] (James Bell)[197]Karen Lewis[2] (Patricia Breslin)[197]Charles Knudson[196] (Dabbs Greer)[197]
Method: Gunshot[196]Motive: Conceal another act[196]
101 6"The Case of the Wandering Widow"Martin Kendall[2] (not seen) & Burt Stokes[2] (Casey Adams)[199]Lorraine Kendall[2] (Coleen Gray)[199]Riley Morgan[198] (Dean Harens)[199]
Method: Bludgeoning[198]Motive: During commission of another crime[198]
102 7"The Case of the Clumsy Clown"Judson Curtis[2] (Walter Sande)[201]Felix Heidemann[2] (Douglas Kennedy)[201]Jerry Franklin[200] (Robert Clarke)[201]
Method: Gunshot[200]Motive: Monetary interest[200]
103 8"The Case of the Provocative Protege"David Carpenter[2]Donna Ross[2] (Kathie Browne)[203]Anita Carpenter[202] (Virginia Field)[203]
Method: Bludgeoning[202]Motive: Passion[202]
104 9"The Case of the Nine Dolls"Courtney Jeffers[2] (Francis X. Bushman)[205]Linda Osborne[2] (Maggie Mahoney)[205]Martha Benson (Emma Benson in credits)[204] (Jeanette Nolan)[205]
Method: Bludgeoning[204]Motive: Conceal another act[204]
105 10"The Case of the Loquacious Liar"Judson Bailey[2] (Bruce Gordon)[206]Lester Martin[2]Sam Crane (Regis Toomey)[206]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Conceal another act
106 11"The Case of the Red Riding Boots"Rita Conover[2]Joe Dixon[2] (Frank Maxwell)[207]Rennie Foster (Corey Allen)[207]
Method: Stabbing — Motive: Conceal another act
107 12"The Case of the Larcenous Lady"Mona Henderson[2]Susan Connolly[2] (Louise Fletcher)[209]Frank Sykes[208] (Robert Brown)[209]
Method: Gunshot[208]Motive: End extortion[208]
108 13"The Case of the Envious Editor"Donald Fletcher[2] (James Coburn)[210]Alyce Aitken[2] (Sara Shane)[210]Lori Stoner (Barbara Lawrence)[210]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Passion
109 14"The Case of the Resolute Reformer"Roger Quigley[2] (James Westerfield)[212]Peter Caine[2] (Douglas Dick)[212]Lawrence Kent[211] (Phillip Terry)[212]
Method: Gunshot[211]Motive: Monetary interest[211]
110 15"The Case of the Fickle Fortune"Lloyd Farrell[2] (Liam Sullivan)[214]Ralph Duncan[2] (Vaughn Taylor)[214]Mrs. Hollister[213]
Method: Stabbing[213]Motive: Monetary interest[213][bg]
111 16"The Case of the Waylaid Wolf"Loring Lamont[2]Arlene Ferris[2] (Andra Martin)[215]Edith Bristol (Rebecca Welles)[215]
Method: Stabbing — Motive: Passion (unrequited love)[bh]
112 17"The Case of the Wintry Wife"Laura Randall[2] (June Vincent)[217]Phyllis Hudson[2] (Marianne Stewart)[217]Bruce Sheridan[216] (Alan Hewitt)[217]
Method: Asphyxia[216]Motive: Monetary interest[216][bi]
113 18"The Case of the Angry Dead Man"Willard Nesbitt (aka Joe Smith)[2] (Les Tremayne)[219]Eve Nesbitt[2] (Gloria Talbott)[219]Ben Otis[218] (James Millhollin)[219]
Method: Gunshot[218]Motive: Conceal another act[218]Accessory: Jenny Bartlett[218] (Carol Ohmart)[219] for conspiring to conceal evidence and purchase false testimony[218] & Fanny Werbler[218] (Naomi Stevens)[219] for conspiring to give false testimony[218]
114 19"The Case of the Blind-Man's Bluff"Karl Addison[2] (John Conte)[221]James Kincannon[2] (Jack Ging)[221]Edgar Whitehead[220] (Berry Kroeger)[221]
Method: Fall trauma[220]Motive: Monetary interest[220][bj]
115 20"The Case of the Barefaced Witness"Fred S. Swan[2] (Russ Conway)[223]Iris McKay[2]Alfred Needham[222] (Malcolm Atterbury)[223]
Method: Bludgeoning[222]Motive: Self-defense[222][bk]
116 21"The Case of the Difficult Detour"Stuart Benton[2] (Jason Evers)[225]Peter Mallory[2] (Jeff York)[225]Phil Edwards[224]
Method: Bludgeoning[224]Motive: Conceal another act[224][bl]
117 22"The Case of the Cowardly Lion"Walther Braun[2] (Leslie Bradley)[227]Anthony Osgood[2]Harry Beacom[226] (O. Z. Whitehead)[227]
Method: Bludgeoning[226]Motive: Monetary interest[226][bm]
118 23"The Case of the Torrid Tapestry"Leonard Voss[2] (John Holland)[229]Claude Demay[2] (Robert H. Harris)[229]Nathan Claver[228] (Conrad Nagel)[229]
Method: Stabbing[228]Motive: Conceal another act[228][bn]
119 24"The Case of the Violent Vest"Herman Albright[2] (Erik Rhodes)[231]Grace (Halley) Frye[2] (Myrna Fahey)[231]Joy Lebaron[230] (Sonya Wilde)[231]
Method: Gunshot[230]Motive: Mistaken identity[230][bo]
120 25"The Case of the Misguided Missile"Mike Caldwell[2] (Simon Oakland)[233]Jerry Reynolds[2] (Robert Rockwell)[233]Dan Morgan[232] (Bruce Bennett)[233]
Method: Bludgeoning[232]Motive: Monetary interest[232][bp]
121 26"The Case of the Duplicate Daughter"Vera M. Martel[2] (not seen)Carter Gilman (aka Edward Carter)[2] (Walter Kinsella)[235]Hartley Elliott[234]
Method: Strangulation[234]Motive: During commission of another crime[234]
122 27"The Case of the Grumbling Grandfather"Lucius Gideon[2] (not seen) & Tony Montgomery[2]David Gideon[2] (Carl Held (as Karl Held))[237]Dorine Hopkins[236] (Patricia Barry)[237]
Method: Gunshot[236]Motive: End extortion[236]
123 28"The Case of the Guilty Clients"William Ryder[2] (Guy Mitchell)[239]Jefferson Bronson[2] (Charles Bateman)[239]Conception O'Higgins[238] (Faith Domergue)[239]
Method: Gunshot[238]Motive: Passion (love)[238][bq]

Season 5 (September 2, 1961 – May 26, 1962)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleVictim(s)AccusedMurderer(s)
124 1"The Case of the Jealous Journalist"Kerry Worden[2]Joseph Davies[2] (Linden Chiles)[241]Tilden Stuart[240] (Denver Pyle)[241]
Method: Bludgeoning[240]Motive: Monetary interest[240]
125 2"The Case of the Impatient Partner"Ned Thompson[2]Amory Fallon[2] (Wesley Lau)[243]Frank Wells[242] (Ben Cooper)[243]
Method: Bludgeoning[242]Motive: Conceal another act[242]
126 3"The Case of the Missing Melody"George Sherwin (aka George Shearing)[2]Eddy King[2] (James Drury)[244]Jonny Baker (Constance Towers)[244]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Passion (unrequited love)[br]
127 4"The Case of the Malicious Mariner"Bancroft[2] (Robert Armstrong)[246]Jerry Griffin[2] (Lee Farr)[246]Arthur Janeel[245] (Roy Roberts )[246]
Method: Bludgeoning[245]Motive: Monetary interest[245]
128 5"The Case of the Crying Comedian"Tom H. Gilrain[2] (Liam Sullivan)[248]Charlie Hatch[2] (Tommy Noonan)[248]Ed Brigham[247] (Stacy Harris)[248]
Method: Gunshot[247]Motive: Monetary interest[247]
129 6"The Case of the Meddling Medium"Thomas Leslie Walker[2] (not seen) & Philip Paisley[2] (James Forrest)[250]Bonnie Craig[2] (Sonya Wilde)[250] (Paisley murder only)Helen Garden[249] (Mary LaRoche)[250]
Method: Walker by vehicle (elevator)[249] & Paisley by vehicle (elevator)[249]Motive: Walker for passion[249] & Paisley to conceal another act[249]
130 7"The Case of the Pathetic Patient"Eugene Gates[2] (not seen) & Leslie Hall[2] (Edward Kemmer)[252]Wayne Edley[2]Mrs. Osborn[251] (Virginia Gregg)[252]
Method: Gates by unspecified[251] & Hall by stabbing[251]Motive: Gates for passion[251] & Hall to end extortion[251]
131 8"The Case of the Travelling Treasure"Karl Magovern[2] (Arch Johnson)[254]Scot Cahill[2] (Jeff York)[254]Rita Magovern[253] (Lisa Gaye)[254]
Method: Poisoning[253]Motive: Monetary interest[253]
132 9"The Case of the Posthumous Painter"Jack Culross[2] (Britt Lomond)[256]Clint Miller[2] (Jason Evers)[256] & then Edna Culross[2] (Lori March)[256]Linda Burnside[255]
Method: Gunshot[255]Motive: Passion[255]
133 10"The Case of the Injured Innocent"Vincent Danielli[2] (Alejandro Rey)[258]Walter Eastman[2] (Jess Barker)[258]Kirby Evans[257] (John Conte)[258]
Method: Bludgeoning[257]Motive: Monetary interest[257]
134 11"The Case of the Left-handed Liar"Bernard Daniels[2] (Les Tremayne)[260]Ward Nichols[2] (Ed Nelson)[260]Rhonda Houseman[259] (Joan Banks)[260]
Method: Bludgeoning[259]Motive: End extortion[259]
135 12"The Case of the Brazen Bequest"Robert Haskell[2]Charles Cromwell (aka Curly Oliver)[2] (Karl Weber)[262]Marcus Tate[261] (Alan Hewitt)[262]
Method: Bludgeoning[261]Motive: End extortion[261][bs]
136 13"The Case of the Renegade Refugee"Lawrence Vander[2] (Paul Lambert)[264]Harlan Merrill (aka Phillip Kuyper)[2] (Dick Foran)[264]Emery Fillmore[263] (Denver Pyle)[264]
Method: Fall trauma[263][bt]Motive: Conceal another act[263]
137 14"The Case of the Unwelcome Bride"Gregson Frazer[2]Sue Ellen Frazer[2] (Diana Millay)[266]Lon Snyder[265] (Alan Hale, Jr.)[266]
Method: Stabbing[265]Motive: During commission of another crime[265]
138 15"The Case of the Roving River"Pete Starkey[2] (not seen) & Amos Bryant[2] (Robert Lowery)[268]Judy Bryant[2] (Sarah Marshall)[268]Seth Tyson[267] (J. Pat O'Malley)[268]
Method: Starkey by bludgeoning[267] & Bryant by trauma (explosion)[267]Motive: Starkey for monetary interest[267] & Bryant to conceal another act[267]
139 16"The Case of the Shapely Shadow"Morley L. Theilman[2] (George N. Neise)[269]Janice Wainwright[2] (Elaine Devry)[269]Cole B. Troy (Robert Rockwell)[269]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Conceal another act
140 17"The Case of the Captain's Coins"Ben Farraday[2] (Herbert Rudley)[271]Philip Andrews[2] (Jeremy Slate)[271]Evans[270] (Arthur Franz)[271]
Method: Bludgeoning[270]Motive: Monetary interest[270]
141 18"The Case of the Tarnished Trademark"Martin Somers[2] (Dennis Patrick)[272]Axel Norstaad[2] (Karl Swenson)[272]J. Maigret (Malcolm Atterbury)[272]
Method: Bludgeoning — Motive: End extortion[bu]
142 19"The Case of the Glamorous Ghost"Douglas Hepner (aka Frank Ornby Newberg)[2]Eleanor Corbin[2] (Mary Murphy)[274]Walter Richey[273] (Douglas Dick)[274]
Method: Gunshot[273]Motive: Monetary interest[273]Accessory: Ethel Belan[273] (Jeanne Cooper)[274] for helping drug Hepner[273]
143 20"The Case of the Poison Pen-Pal"Wilma Gregson[2] (Kathryn Givney)[276]Karen Ross[2] (Patricia Breslin)[276]Florence Holman[275] (Joan Tompkins)[276]
Method: Bludgeoning[275]Motive: Conceal another act[275]
144 21"The Case of the Mystified Miner"Kenneth Lowry[2]Susan Fisher[2] (Kathie Browne)[277]Elizabeth Dow (Sheila Bromley)[277] & Cindy Hastings (Louise Lorimer)[277]
Method: Bludgeoning — Motive: Monetary interest[bv]
145 22"The Case of the Crippled Cougar"Harlow Phipps[2] (Noah Keen)[278]Mike Preston[2] (Bill Williams)[278]Arnold Keith
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Conceal another act[bw]Accessory: Elliot Dunbar (Simon Scott (actor))[278] after the fact for evidence tampering[bx]
146 23"The Case of the Absent Artist"Otto Gervaert (aka Gabe Phillips)[2] (Mark Roberts)[279]Pete Manders[2]Charles Montrose (Richard Erdman)[279]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Conceal another act — Accessory: Alexander Glovatski (Victor Buono)[279] after the fact for evidence tampering
147 24"The Case of the Melancholy Marksmen"Irene (Benson) Chase[2] (Mari Blanchard)[280]Theodore Chase[2] (Paul Richards)[280]Tony Benson (Peter Baldwin)[280]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Self-defense[by]
148 25"The Case of the Angry Astronaut"Addison Brand[2] (James Coburn)[282]Mitchell Heller[2] (Robert Bray)[282]Matthew Owen[281] (John Marley)[282]
Method: Gunshot[281]Motive: Conceal another act[281]
149 26"The Case of the Borrowed Baby"Lester Menke[2] (Corey Allen)[283]Virginia Talbot[2] (Kaye Elhardt)[283]Florence Wood (Maria Palmer)[283]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Self-defense[bz]
150 27"The Case of the Counterfeit Crank"Kenneth Dalgran[2]August Dalgran[2] (Otto Kruger)[285][cb]Jay Fenton[284] (John Larkin)[285]
Method: Gunshot[284]Motive: Self-defense[284][ca]
151 28"The Case of the Ancient Romeo"Franz Lachman[2] (Jeff Morrow)[287]Steve Brock[2] (Rex Reason)[287]Carl Bruner[286] (Robert Cornthwaite)[287]
Method: Stabbing[286]Motive: Conceal another act[286]
152 29"The Case of the Promoter's Pillbox"Charles Corby[2]Herbert Simms[2] (Linden Chiles)[288]Jerome Stokes (Edmon Ryan)[288]
Method: Bludgeoning — Motive: Self-defense[cc]
153 30"The Case of the Lonely Eloper"Olivia Langley[2]Merle Telford[2] (Jana Taylor)[290]Gina Gilbert[289] (Joan Staley)[290]
Method: Stabbing[289]Motive: Monetary interest[289]

Season 6 (September 27, 1962 – May 16, 1963)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleVictim(s)AccusedMurderer(s)
154 1"The Case of the Bogus Books"Joseph Kraft[2] (Maurice Manson)[291]Ellen Carter[2] (Phyllis Love)[291]Herbert Pickson (George Pickson in credits) (Woodrow Parfrey)[291]
Method: Poisoning — Motive: Conceal another act
155 2"The Case of the Capricious Corpse"Ernest Demming[2]Joane Proctor[2] (Jan Shepard)[292]Olive Omstead (Lori March)[292]
Method: Poisoning — Motive: Passion — Accessory: Nicholas Blake (Lee Farr)[292] for conspiring to cover-up the death & Joane Proctor (Jan Shepard)[292] for conspiring to cover-up the death & Guy Omstead (John Howard)[292] for conspiring to cover-up the death
156 3"The Case of the Playboy Pugilist"Tod Richards[2] (Mark Roberts)[293]Jimmy West[2] (Robert Armstrong)[293]Jo Sands (Dolores Michaels)[293]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Conceal another act
157 4"The Case of the Double-Entry Mind"Jess Devro[2] (not seen)[ce] & Lita Krail[2] (Kathleen Hughes)[294]Beth Sandover[2] (Virginia Christine)[294]Clem P. Sandover (Stuart Erwin)[294]
Method: Gunshot[cd]Motive: Conceal another act
158 5"The Case of the Hateful Hero"Otto Norden[2] (William Boyett)[295] & Ralph Pearce[2]James Anderson[2] (Richard Davalos)[295] (Pearce murder only)Ralph Pearce killed Norden & Jerel Leland (aka J. Smith) (Leonard Stone)[295] killed Ralph Pearce
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Passion (revenge)
159 6"The Case of the Dodging Domino"Phil Schuyler[2] (James Forrest)[296]Damion White[2] (David Hedison)[296]Jerry Janda (Robert H. Harris)[296]
Method: Electrocution — Motive: Conceal another act[cf]
160 7"The Case of the Unsuitable Uncle"Richard William Durham[2] (Liam Sullivan)[297]Harry Fothergill[2] (Sean McClory)[297]Gil Simpson
Method: Stabbing — Motive: Self-defense[cg]
161 8"The Case of the Stand-In Sister"Franz Moray[2] (Steven Geray)[298]John Gregory (aka Gregor Jahnchek)[2] (R. G. Armstrong)[298]Nick Paolo (Peter Mamakos)[298]
Method: Bludgeoning — Motive: End extortion
162 9"The Case of the Weary Watchdog"Edward Franklin[2] (John Dall)[299]Janet Brent[2] (Mala Powers)[299]C. C. Chang (Keye Luke)[299]
Method: Bludgeoning — Motive: Monetary interest
163 10"The Case of the Lurid Letter"Kenneth Sterling[2] (not seen) & Gus Wiler[2] (Chris Alcaide)[300]Jane Wardman[2] (Mona Freeman)[300]Everett Rixby (Robert Rockwell)[300]
Method: Bludgeoning — Motive: Conceal another act
164 11"The Case of the Fickle Filly"Brad Shelby[2]Jennifer Wakely[2] (Joan Freeman)[301]Roberta Harper
Method: Stabbing — Motive: Passion (revenge)
165 12"The Case of the Polka-dot Pony"Burt Renshaw[2] (Jesse White)[302]Maureen Thomas[2] (Melinda Plowman)[302]UNNAMED (posing as Angela (Renshaw) Fernaldi)
Method: Bludgeoning — Motive: Conceal another act
166 13"The Case of the Shoplifter's Shoe"George Trent[2] & Austin Cullens[2]Sarah Breel[2] (Lurene Tuttle)[303]Austin Cullens killed Trent & Pete Chennery (Leonard Nimoy)[303] killed Cullens
Method: Cullens shot Trent & Chennery shot Cullens — Motive: Cullens to conceal another act & Chennery for monetary interest
167 14"The Case of the Bluffing Blast"Addison Blake[2] (not seen) & Linda Blake[2] (Antoinette Bower)[304] (attempted) & Charles Lambert[2] (Robert Knapp)[304] & Floyd Grant[2] (Bill Williams)[304]Linda Blake[2] (Antoinette Bower)[304]Floyd Grant (Bill Williams)[304] killed Addison, attempted to kill Linda, and killed Charles & Donella (Wynn) Lambert (Mary LaRoche (as Mary La Roche))[304] killed Grant
Method: Addison by gunshot & Linda by asphyxiation & Charles by trauma (explosion) & Floyd by bludgeoning — Motive: Addison, Linda, and Charles to conceal another act & Floyd for passion (revenge)
168 15"The Case of the Prankish Professor"Ronald Hewes[2] (Barry Atwater)[305]Laura Hewes[2] (Patricia Breslin)[305]Esther Metcalfe (Constance Towers)[305]
Method: Stabbing — Motive: Self-defense[ch]
169 16"The Case of the Constant Doyle"Steven Arthur[2]Cal Leonard[2] (Michael Parks)[306]Liza Givney (Frances Reid)[306]
Method: Stabbing — Motive: During commission of another crime
170 17"The Case of the Libelous Locket"Raul Perez[2] (Carlos Romero)[307]Janice Norland[2]Sidney Hawes (Harry von Zell)[307]
Method: Bludgeoning — Motive: Monetary interest
171 18"The Case of the Two-Faced Turn-About"Franz Schreck[2] & Conrad J. Vucolo[2] (Hugh O'Brian)[308]Elihu Laban[2] (Abraham Sofaer)[308]Conrad Vucolo (Hugh O'Brian)[308] killed Schreck & Garrett Richards (Trevor Bardette)[308] killed Vucolo
Method: Schreck by stabbing & Vucolo by strangulation — Motive: Conceal another act
172 19"The Case of the Surplus Suitor"John Wilburn[2] (Carl Benton Reid )[309]Hollis Wilburn[2] (Joyce Bulifant)[309]Vernon Elliott (Linden Chiles)[309]
Method: Bludgeoning — Motive: Conceal another act
173 20"The Case of the Golden Oranges"Gerald Thornton[2] (Arch Johnson)[310]Sandra Keller[2] (Natalie Trundy)[310]Courtney Osgood
Method: Gunshot — Motive: End extortion — Accessory: Sandra Keller (Natalie Trundy)[310] after the fact for evidence tampering
174 21"The Case of the Lawful Lazarus"Edgar Thorne[2] (Philip Bourneuf)[311]Trevor Harris (aka Trevor Lazarus)[2] (David McLean)[311]Nora Kasner (Maria Palmer)[311]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Passion
175 22"The Case of the Velvet Claws"George C. Belter[2] (Richard Webb)[312]Eva Belter (aka Eva Griffin)[2] (Patricia Barry)[312]Carl Griffin
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Inheritance — Accessory: Mrs. Vickers (Virginia Gregg)[312] after the fact for concealing evidence
176 23"The Case of the Lover's Leap"Roy Comstock[2] (John Conte)[313]Peter Brent[2] (Carleton Carpenter)[313]Willie (Richard Jaeckel)[313]
Method: Bludgeoning — Motive: Self-defense[ci]
177 24"The Case of the Elusive Element"Austin Lloyd[2] (Gerald Mohr)[314]Dwight Garrett[2] (Douglas Henderson)[314] & Bonnie Lloyd[2] (Gloria Talbott)[314]Ned Chase (Douglas Dick)[314]
Method: Strangulation — Motive: End extortion
178 25"The Case of the Greek Goddess"Cleo Grammas[2] (Faith Domergue)[315]John Kenyon[2] (John Larkin)[315]Dan O'Malley (John Anderson)[315]
Method: Stabbing — Motive: Monetary interest
179 26"The Case of the Skeleton's Closet"Richard Harris[2] (Michael Pate)[316]Margaret Layton[2] (Peggy McCay)[316]Harry Collins (Frank Aletter)[316]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Conceal another act
180 27"The Case of the Potted Planter"Martin Walden[2] (Robert Bray)[317]Nelson Tarr[2] (Joe Maross)[317]David Pinter
Method: Bludgeoning — Motive: Monetary interest
181 28"The Case of the Witless Witness"Martin Weston[2] (Vaughn Taylor)[318]Daniel Redmond[2] (Robert Middleton)[318]Victor Kendall (David White)[318]
Method: Poisoning — Motive: End extortion

Season 7 (September 26, 1963 – May 21, 1964)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleVictim(s)AccusedMurderer(s)
182 1"The Case of the Nebulous Nephew"Ernest Stone[2] (Hugh Marlowe)[320]Caleb Stone IV (posing as John Brooks)[2]Wayne Jameson[319] (Mark Roberts)[320]
Method: Bludgeoning[319]Motive: Conceal another act and passion (love) and monetary interest[319][cj]
183 2"The Case of the Shifty Shoebox"Joe Downing[2] (Ray Teal)[322]Sylvia Thompson[2] (Constance Ford)[322]Frank Honer[321] (Denver Pyle)[322]
Method: Gunshot[321]Motive: Conceal another act[321]
184 3"The Case of the Drowsy Mosquito"James Bradisson[2] (Robert Knapp)[324]Banning Grant[2] (Russell Collins)[324]Gerald Sommers[323] (Strother Martin)[324]
Method: Gunshot[323]Motive: End extortion[323]
185 4"The Case of the Deadly Verdict"Amanda Barton[2] (not seen)Janice Barton[2] (Julie Adams)[326]Christopher Barton[325] (Stephen Franken)[326]
Method: Fall trauma[325]Motive: Inheritance[325][ck]
186 5"The Case of the Decadent Dean"Tobin Wade[2] (H. M. Wynant)[328]Aaron Stuart[2] (Milton Selzer)[328]Harvey Forrest[327] (Lloyd Corrigan)[328]
Method: Bludgeoning[327]Motive: End extortion[327]
187 6"The Case of the Reluctant Model"Colin Durant[2] (John Dall)[329]Maxine Lindsay[2]Goring Gilbert (Robert Brown)[329]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Self-defense[cl]
188 7"The Case of the Bigamous Spouse"Frank Gillette (aka Felton Grimes)[2] (Michael Conrad)[331]Gwynn Elston[2] (Pippa Scott)[331]Nell Grimes[330] (Jacqueline Loughery)[331]
Method: Gunshot[330]Motive: Passion[330]
189 8"The Case of the Floating Stones"Ralph Iverson[2]Juli Eng[2] (Irene Tsu)[333]Lorraine Iverson[332] (Joyce Jameson)[333]
Method: Stabbing[332]Motive: Monetary interest[332]
190 9"The Case of the Festive Felon"Justin Grover[2] (John Howard)[335]Madeline Randall[2] (Sherry Jackson)[335]Carla Eden[334] (Kathie Browne)[335]
Method: Poisoning[334]Motive: Conceal another act[334]
191 10"The Case of the Devious Delinquent"Charles 'Chick' Montana[2] (David Winters)[337]Timothy Balfour, III[2]Edith Summers[336] (Virginia Christine)[337]
Method: Gunshot[336]Motive: Passion[336]
192 11"The Case of the Bouncing Boomerang"Nelson Barclift[2] (Alan Hale Jr.)[339] & Eula Johnson[2] (Diana Millay)[339]Grover Johnson[2] (Rod Cameron)[339]Walter Jefferies[338] (Paul Picerni)[339]
Method: Barclift by bludgeoning[338] & Johnson by bludgeoning[338]Motive: Barclift for monetary interest[338] & Johnson accidentally[338]Accessory: Eula Johnson[338] (Diana Millay)[339] to Barclift murder[338]
193 12"The Case of the Badgered Brother"Martin Baylor[2]Todd Baylor[2] (Robert Harland)[341]Nicolai Wright[340] (Patricia Blair)[341]
Method: Stabbing[340]Motive: Conceal another act[340][cm]Accessory: Edward Lewis[340] (L. Q. Jones)[341] for unwittingly abetting Wright[340]
194 13"The Case of the Wednesday Woman"Dave Reed[2] (not seen) & Jack Mallory[2] (Michael Pate)[343]Phillip Stewart[2] (Phillip Pine)[343]Helen Reed[342] (Marie Windsor)[343]
Method: Reed by deprivation (medicine)[342] & Mallory by gunshot[342]Motive: Reed for passion[342] & Mallory to conceal another act[342][cn]
195 14"The Case of the Accosted Accountant"Bruce K. Doran[2] (Murray Matheson)[345]Edward Lewis[2] (Richard Anderson)[345]Phil Jenks[344] (Robert Armstrong)[345]
Method: Stabbing[344]Motive: Conceal another act[344]Accessory: Vera Hillman[344] (Jean Engstrom)[345]
196 15"The Case of the Capering Camera"Jacob Kadar[2]Judith Blair[2] (Margo Moore)[347]Harper Green[346] (Byron Palmer)[347]
Method: Gunshot[346]Motive: Conceal another act[346]
197 16"The Case of the Ice-cold Hands"Marvin Fremont[2] (Arch Johnson)[348]Nancy Banks[2] (Joyce Bulifant)[348]Larsen Halstead (Dabbs Greer)[348]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Conceal another act
198 17"The Case of the Bountiful Beauty"Stephanie Carew[2] (Sandra Warner)[350]Deborah Dearborn[2]Gideon Long[349] (John van Dreelen)[350]
Method: Drowning[349]Motive: End extortion[349]Accessory: John Carew[349] (Ryan O'Neal)[350] after the fact[349]
199 18"The Case of the Nervous Neighbor"William Bradley[2] (not seen) & Henry Clement[2] (Paul Winchell)[351]Alice Bradley[2] (Sheila Bromley)[351][co] & then Charles Fuller[2] (Richard Rust)[351]Vera Hargrave (Katherine Squire)[351]
Method: Bradley by bludgeoning, with medical incompetence contributing & Clement by stabbing — Motive: Bradley for self-defense & Clement for monetary interest
200 19"The Case of the Fifty-millionth Frenchmen"Mike McManus[2] (not seen) & Armand Rovel[2] (Jacques Bergerac)[353]Phillipe Bertain[2] (David McCallum)[353]Armand Rovel[352] (Jacques Bergerac)[353] killed McManus & Ninette Rovel[352] (Roxane Berard)[353]
Method: McManus by trauma or asphyxiation (avalanche)[352][cp] & Armand by vehicle (airplane)[352][cq]Motive: Monetary interest[352]
201 20"The Case of the Frightened Fisherman"Natalie James[2]Randolph James[2] (Lee Farr)[355]Helen Bradshaw[354] (Mala Powers)[355]
Method: Vehicle[354]Motive: End extortion[354]Accessory: Marion Devlin[354] (Richard Devon)[355] after the fact[354] & Hans Lang[354] (Émile Genest)[355]
202 21"The Case of the Arrogant Arsonist"Otto Joseph[2] (Tenen Holtz)[357] & Tommy Towne[2] (Frank Aletter)[357]Carey York[2] (Tom Tully)[357]Ross Walker[356] (Jeff York)[357]
Method: Joseph by bludgeoning or smoke-inhalation[356] & Towne by strangulation[356]Motive: Conceal another act[356]
203 22"The Case of the Garrulous Go-Between"Leonard Stiller[2] & Victor Bundy[2] (Jacques Aubuchon)[359]Arnelle Stiller (aka Amy Scott)[2] (Sue Randall)[359]Victor Bundy[358] (Jacques Aubuchon)[359] killed Stiller & Madame Zillia[358] (Lori March)[359] killed Bundy
Method: Stiller by fall trauma[358][cr] & Bundy by bludgeoning[358]Motive: Stiller for monetary interest[358] & Bundy for passion[358]
204 23"The Case of the Woeful Widower"Mrs. Bain #1[2] (not seen) & Elizabeth Bain[2] (Shirley Mitchell)[361]Mary Douglas[2] (Nancy Gates)[361]Nellie Conway[360] (Joan Lovejoy)[361]
Method: Poisoning[360]Motive: Passion[360]
205 24"The Case of the Simple Simon"Ogden G. Kramer[2]Ramona Carver[2] (Virginia Field)[363]John Sylvester Fossette[362] (Victor Buono)[363]
Method: Bludgeoning[362]Motive: Conceal another act[362]
206 25"The Case of the Illicit Illusion"Sophie Janel[2] (not seen) & Kirk Cameron[2] (Berry Kroeger)[365]Hubert Ambrose (aka Harry Arden)[2] (Ron Randell)[365] (for Janel) & Rosanne Ambrose[2] (Mona Freeman)[365] (for Cameron)Winifred Wileen[364] (Norma Varden)[365] killed Janel & Leslie Eden[364] (Rebecca Welles)[365] killed Cameron
Method: Janel by unspecified[364] & Cameron by gunshot[364]Motive: Conceal another act[364]
207 26"The Case of the Antic Angel"Ruth Sherwood (aka Lynne Bowman)[2]William Sherwood[2] (Peter Breck)[366]Harry Niles (Richard Erdman)[366]
Method: Bludgeoning — Motive: Conceal another act
208 27"The Case of the Careless Kidnapper"Joe Velvet (aka Michael Da Vinci)[2] (Ron Gans)[368]Gregory Pelham[2] (Peter Hobbs)[368]John Lathrop[367] (Burt Metcalfe)[368]
Method: Bludgeoning[367]Motive: Conceal another act[367]
209 28"The Case of the Drifting Dropout"Jay Davis[2] (not seen) & Mort Lynch[2] (Ted de Corsia)[370]Barry Davis[2] (Carl Reindel)[370]Grove Dillingham[369] (Neil Hamilton)[370]
Method: Davis by unspecified[369] & Lynch by bludgeoning[369]Motive: Conceal another act[369]
210 29"The Case of the Tandem Target"Sumner Hodge[2] (Philip Ober)[372]Con Bolton[2] (Paul Carr)[372]Jack Talley[371] (Lonny Chapman)[372]
Method: Vehicle[371]Motive: End extortion[371]
211 30"The Case of the Ugly Duckling"Harry Trilling[2] (Ford Rainey)[374]Alice Trilling[2] (Anne Whitfield)[374]Talbot Sparr[373] (Casey Adams)[374]
Method: Bludgeoning[373]Motive: Conceal another act[373]

Season 8 (September 24, 1964 – May 13, 1965)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleVictim(s)AccusedMurderer(s)
212 1"The Case of the Missing Button"Vince Rome[2] (Anthony Eisley)[376]Dirk Blake[2] (Ed Nelson)[376]Naomi Sutherland[375]
Method: Gunshot[375]Motive: Psychosis[375]
213 2"The Case of the Paper Bullets"David Cartwell[2] (Stewart Moss)[378]Margaret Foster[2] (Jan Shepard)[378]Edgerton Cartwell[377] (Arthur Space)[378]
Method: Gunshot[377]Motive: Conceal another act[377]
214 3"The Case of the Scandalous Sculptor"Bonnie Dunbar[2] (Sue Ane Langdon)[380]Mona Harvey[2] (June Lockhart)[380]Everett Stanton[379] (Stuart Erwin)[380]
Method: Bludgeoning[379]Motive: Conceal another act[379]
215 4"The Case of the Sleepy Slayer"Abner Gordon[2] (Richard Hale)[382]Bruce Jay[2]Rachel Gordon[381] (Phyllis Hill)[382]
Method: Poisoning[381]Motive: Inheritance[381]
216 5"The Case of the Betrayed Bride"Herbert Meacham[2] (not seen) & Pierre Dubois[2] (Michael Forest)[384]Marie Claudel[2] (Anne Farge)[384]Nellie Dubois[383] (Jeanette Nolan)[384]
Method: Herbert by unspecified[383] & Pierre by bludgeoning[383]Motive: Herbert for monetary interest[383] & Pierre to end extortion[383]
217 6"The Case of the Nautical Knot"Harvey Scott[2] (Tom Tully)[386]Joanna (Monford) Scott[2] (Anne Whitfield)[386]Pamela Blair[385] (Lisa Gaye)[386]
Method: Bludgeoning[385]Motive: Conceal another act[385]
218 7"The Case of the Bullied Bowler"Max Taylor[2] (Milton Selzer)[388]William Jaris[2] (Robert Harland)[388]Jack Baker[387] (Charles H. Gray)[388]
Method: Stabbing[387]Motive: Monetary interest[387]
219 8"The Case of the Place Called Midnight"Joseph Farrell[2] (Jim Davis)[389] & Franz Kleinman[2] (Ivan Triesault)[389] & Tante Jurgen[2] (Éva Szörényi)[389] (attempted)Frederic Ralston III[2]Alan Durfee (Gerald Mohr)[389]
Method: Farrell by gunshot & Kleinman by gunshot & Jurgen by gunshot — Motive: Farrell to conceal another act & Kleinman for monetary interest & Jurgen for monetary interest[cs]
220 9"The Case of the Tragic Trophy"Anthony Fry[2] (Richard Carlson)[391]Kathy James (aka Kathy Anders)[2] (Mimsy Farmer)[391]Howard Stark[390] (John Fiedler)[391]
Method: Bludgeoning[390]Motive: Monetary interest[390]
221 10"The Case of the Reckless Rock Hound"Carl Bascom[2] (Jeff Corey)[393]Reba Burgess[2] (Audrey Totter)[393]Kinder[392]
Method: Gunshot[392]Motive: Monetary interest[392]
222 11"The Case of the Latent Lover"Sibyll Pollard[2] (Marian McCargo)[395]Roy Galen[2] (Jason Evers)[395]Eric Pollard[394] (Lloyd Bochner)[395]
Method: Strangulation[394]Motive: Conceal another act[394]
223 12"The Case of the Wooden Nickels"George Parsons (aka Gerald Parker)[2] (Jack Betts (as Hunt Powers))[397]Minerva Doubleday[2] (Phyllis Love)[397]Howard Hopkins[396] (Murray Matheson)[397]
Method: Gunshot[396]Motive: Monetary interest[396]
224 13"The Case of the Blonde Bonanza"Harrison Boring[2] (Paul Gilbert)[399]Dianne Adler[2] (Mary Ann Mobley)[399]Dillard[398] (Michael Constantine)[399]
Method: Bludgeoning[398]Motive: Monetary interest[398][ct]
225 14"The Case of the Ruinous Road"Mrs. Davis[2] (not seen) & Joe Marshall[2] (Bert Freed)[401]Adam Conrad[2] (Allen Case)[401]Quincy Davis[400] (Grant Williams)[401]
Method: Davis by unspecified[400] & Marshall by bludgeoning[400]Motive: Mrs. Davis by accident[400] & Marshall to conceal another act[400][cu]
226 15"The Case of the Frustrated Folksinger"Harry Bronson[2] (Mark Goddard)[402]Amy Jo Jennings[2]Lionel Albright
Method: Bludgeoning — Motive: End extortion
227 16"The Case of the Thermal Thief"Dion Reid[2] (seen only on film) & Maxine Nichols[2] (Nina Shipman)[404]Lona Upton[2] (Kathie Browne)[404]Roland Canfield[403] (Richard Eastham)[404]
Method: Reid by drowning[403] & Nichols by gunshot[403]Motive: Dion for monetary interest[403] & Maxine to end extortion[403]
228 17"The Case of the Golden Venom"Richard Forrest[2] (not seen) & Lucille Forrest[2] (Frances Reid)[406] (attempted) & Ralph Day[2] (Arthur Malet)[406]Lucille Forrest[2] (Frances Reid)[406]Tony Claus[405] (Noah Beery Jr.)[406]
Method: Richard by gunshot[405] & Lucille by vehicle (automobile)[405] & Day by poisoning[405]Motive: Richard to conceal another act[405] & Lucille to conceal another act and end extortion[405] & Day to end extortion[405]
229 18"The Case of the Telltale Tap"Vera Wynne[2] (Jeanne Bal)[408] & Glen Holman[2] (H.M. Wynant)[408]Clyde Darrell[2] (Linden Chiles)[408]Archer Bryant[407] (Roland Winters)[408]
Method: Wynne by bludgeoning[407] & Holman by vehicle (automobile)[407]Motive: Wynne to conceal another act[407] & Holman to end extortion[407]
230 19"The Case of the Feather Cloak"Douglas Kelland[2] (Michael Dante)[409]Anona Gilbert[2] (Wende Wagner)[409]Jarvis Logan (John van Dreelen)[409]
Method: Stabbing — Motive: Monetary interest
231 20"The Case of the Lover's Gamble"Philip Stark[2]Betty Kaster[2] (Margaret Blye)[411]Freddy Fell[410] (Hal Peary)[411]
Method: Bludgeoning[410]Motive: Inheritance[410]
232 21"The Case of the Fatal Fetish"Carina Wileen[2] (Karen Steele)[413]Larry Germaine[2] (Gary Collins)[413]Curt Ordway[412] (Alan Hewitt)[413]
Method: Stabbing[412]Motive: Conceal another act[412]
233 22"The Case of the Sad Sicilian"Enrico Bacio[2] (Anthony Caruso)[415]Paulo Porro[2] (Fabrizio Mioni)[415]Serafina[414] (Margo)[415]
Method: Stabbing[414]Motive: Monetary interest[414]
234 23"The Case of the Murderous Mermaid"Victoria Dawn[2] (Patrice Wymore)[417]Reggie Lansfield[2] (Jean Hale)[417]Charles Shaw[416] (Bill Williams)[417]
Method: Bludgeoning[416]Motive: Passion[416]
235 24"The Case of the Careless Kitten"Franklin Shore[2] (not seen) & Henry J. Leech[2] (not seen) & Frank Templar[2] (attempted)NOBODY[2] (Burger suspects long-deceased Franklin Shore)Matilda Shore[418] (Louise Latham)[419]
Method: Franklin by unspecified[418][cv] & Leech by gunshot[418] & Templar by gunshot[418]Motive: Shore for passion[418] & Leech to end extortion[418] & Templar to conceal another act[418]Accessory: Thomas Link[418] (Allan Melvin)[419] for burying Shore, hiding gun, and shooting Templar[418]
236 25"The Case of the Deadly Debt"Steve Radom[2]Danny Talbert[2] (Robert Quarry)[421]Kitty Delaney[420]
Method: Gunshot[420]Motive: Monetary interest[420]
237 26"The Case of the Gambling Lady"Myrna Warren[2] (Myrna Fahey)[423]Peter Warren[2] (Peter Breck)[423]Jacob Leonard[422] (Kevin Hagen)[423]
Method: Bludgeoning[422]Motive: Conceal another act[422][cw]
238 27"The Case of the Duplicate Case"Millie Cornwall[2] (Susan Bay)[425]Herbert Cornwall[2] (Martin West)[425]Charlie Parks[424] (Steve Ihnat)[425]
Method: Strangulation[424]Motive: Passion (unrequited love)[424][cx]
239 28"The Case of the Grinning Gorilla"Benjamin Addicks[2] (not seen alive)[cz]Josephine Kempton[2] (Lurene Tuttle)[427]Nathon Fallon[426] (Victor Buono)[427]
Method: Stabbing[426]Motive: Monetary interest[426][cy]Accessory: Mortimer Hershey[426] (Gavin MacLeod)[427] for conspiracy to commit murder[426]
240 29"The Case of the Wrongful Writ"Frank Jones (aka Frank Jensen)[2] (Douglas Henderson)[429]Ward Toyama[2] (James Shigeta)[429]Esther Norden[428] (Katherine Squire)[429]
Method: Bludgeoning[428]Motive: Passion (revenge)[428][da]
241 30"The Case of the Mischievous Doll"Joe Billings[2] & Rita Jasper[2]Minerva Minden (aka Dorrie Ambler)[2] (Mary Mitchell[disambiguation needed])[431]Clyde Jasper[430] (Ben Cooper)[431]
Method: Billings by gunshot[430] & Rita by immolation or smoke-inhalation[430][db]Motive: Billings for monetary interest[430] & Rita for passion (jealousy)[430][dc]

Season 9 (September 12, 1965 – May 22, 1966)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleVictim(s)AccusedMurderer(s)
242 1"The Case of the Laughing Lady"Gerald Havens[2] (not seen)Carla Chaney[2] (Jean Hale)[432]Peter Stange (Bernard Fox)[432]
Method: Stabbing — Motive: End extortion[dd]
243 2"The Case of the Fatal Fortune"Max Armstead[2] (Jesse White)[433]Patricia (Kean) Armstead[2] (Julie Adams)[433]Beth Fuller (Nan Martin)[433]
Method: Poisoning — Motive: Inheritance[de]Accessory: Adam Armstead (aka Gordon Evans) (Lee Philips)[433]
244 3"The Case of the Candy Queen"Harry Arnold[2] (John Archer)[434]Claire Armstrong[2] (Nancy Gates)[434]Wanda Buren (Patricia Smith)[434]
Method: Gunshot[df]Motive: Conceal another act[dg]
245 4"The Case of the Cheating Chancellor"B. Stuart Logan[2] (G. B. Atwater)[435]Van Fowler[2]Shirley Logan (Louise Latham)[435]
Method: Stabbing — Motive: Passion (revenge)[dh]
246 5"The Case of the Impetuous Imp"Addison Powell[2] (Richard Webb)[436]Diana Carter[2]Helga Dolwig (Hanna Landy)[436]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Passion (revenge)[di]
247 6"The Case of the Carefree Coronary"Jack David[2] (Hal Baylor)[437] & Rod Steele[2] (William Hopper)[437] (attempted)Chauncey Hartlund[2] (Lawrence Montaigne)[437]Jerry Ormond (Benny Baker)[437]
Method: Poisoning[dj]Motive: Monetary interest — Accessory: Doreen Wilde for abetting murder attempt by revealing Steele's room number
248 7"The Case of the Hasty Honeymooner"Millicent (Barton) Tolliver[2] (Cathy Downs)[438][dl]Lucas Tolliver[2] (Noah Beery, Jr.)[438]Guy Munford (Hugh Marlowe)[438]
Method: Poisoning — Motive: Passion (love)[dk]
249 8"The Case of the Twelfth Wildcat"Judson Warner (posed as Burt Payne)[2] (John Conte)[439][dn]Ellen Payne [2] (Mona Freeman)[439]Burt Payne (aka Stuart James) (Bill Williams)[439]
Method: Immolation — Motive: Monetary interest[dm]
250 9"The Case of the Wrathful Wraith"Jamison Selff[2] (John Hart)[440]Louise Selff[2] (Marian McCargo)[440]Ralph Balfour (Gene Lyons)[440]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Monetary interest[do]
251 10"The Case of the Runaway Racer"Harvey Rettig[2] (Anthony Caruso)[441]Pete Griston[2]Pappy Ryan (Michael Constantine)[441]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Passion (revenge)[dp]
252 11"The Case of the Silent Six"Joe Oliver[2] (Dale Van Sickel (as Dale Van Sickle))[442]Dave Wolfe[2] (Skip Homeier)[442]Ron Peters
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Passion (jealousy)[dq]
253 12"The Case of the Fugitive Fraulein"Franz Hoffer[2] (Ronald Long)[443]Emma Ritter[2] (Jeanette Nolan)[443]Gerta Palmer (Susanne Cramer)[443]
Method: Stabbing — Motive: Passion (ideology)[dr]
254 13"The Case of the Baffling Bug"Horace Lehigh[2] (Bryan O'Byrne)[444]Todd Meade[2] (Grant Williams)[444]Malcolm Scranton
Method: Bludgeoning — Motive: Conceal another act[ds]
255 14"The Case of the Golden Girls"Stacey Garnett[2] (George N. Neise)[445]Victor Montalvo[2] (Philip Bourneuf)[445]Corinne Richland (Jean Engstrom)[445]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Monetary interest[dt]
256 15"The Case of the Bogus Buccaneer"Grace (Eldridge) Knapp[2] (Kathleen Crowley)[446]Tony Polk[2]Ann Eldridge (Patricia Cutts)[446]
Method: Bludgeoning — Motive: Self-defense[du]
257 16"The Case of the Midnight Howler"Kevin Steele[2]Holly Andrews[2] (Myrna Fahey)[447]Barney Austin (Daniel J. Travanti)[447]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Passion (hatred)[dv]
258 17"The Case of the Vanishing Victim"Al Dolby[2]Miriam Fielding[2] (Jeanne Cooper)[448]Jud Bennett (Richard Erdman)[448]
Method: Poisoning[dw]Motive: Conceal another act[dx]
259 18"The Case of the Golfer's Gambit"Chick Farley[2] (Dennis Patrick)[449]Jim Harrell[2]Danny Bright (Carl Reindel)[449]
Method: Bludgeoning — Motive: End extortion[dy]
260 19"The Case of the Sausalito Sunrise"Harry Marburg[2] & Olaf Deering[2] (Peter Mamakos)[450]Francis Clune[2] & Bobbi Dane[2] (Francine York)[450]Deke Bradley
Method: Marburg by gunshot & Deering by gunshot — Motive: Marburg to conceal another act & Deering to conceal another act
261 20"The Case of the Scarlet Scandal"Elaine Bayler[2] (Mala Powers)[451]Cynthia Perkins[2] (Luana Patten)[451]Donald Hobart (Will Hutchins)[451]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Conceal another act[dz]
262 21"The Case of the Twice Told Twist"Robin Spring[2] (Lisa Seagram)[452] & Bill Sikes[2]Lennie Beale[2]Donna Reales
Method: Spring by gunshot & Sikes by stabbing — Motive: Spring for passion (jealousy) & Sikes for passion (revenge)[ea]
263 22"The Case of the Avenging Angel"Clete Hawley[2] (Richard Carlson)[453]Sandy Chester[2]Henny McLeod (Lurene Tuttle)[453]
Method: Hawley by gunshot — Motive: Passion (love)[eb]
264 23"The Case of the Tsarina's Tiara"Nils Dorow[2] (Fred Krone)[454]Gerard Van Ness[2]Joachim DeVry (Wesley Addy)[454]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Conceal another act[ec]
265 24"The Case of the Fanciful Frail"Bruce Strickland[2] (Jack Betts (as Hunt Powers))[455]Ethel Andrews[2] (Pippa Scott)[455]Park Milgrave (Barry Kelley)[455]
Method: Strickland by gunshot — Motive: Conceal another act[ed]
266 25"The Case of the Unwelcome Well"Jerome Klee[2] (Wendell Corey)[456]Allan Winford[2] (James Best)[456]Harry Lannon (Les Tremayne)[456]
Method: Bludgeoning — Motive: Monetary interest[ee]
267 26"The Case of the Dead Ringer"Otis Swanson[2]Barbara Kramer[2] (Indus Arthur)[457]Grimes (Raymond Burr)[457]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Monetary interest[ef]
268 27"The Case of the Misguided Model"Art Grover[2]Duke Maronek[2] (Paul Lukather)[458]Sharon Carmody (Mary Ann Mobley)[458]
Method: Bludgeoning — Motive: Conceal another act[eg]
269 28"The Case of the Positive Negative"George Emory[2] (Ted de Corsia)[459]Roger Brandon[2] (Brian Donlevy)[459]Stanley Overton (Simon Scott)[459]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Monetary interest[eh]
270 29"The Case of the Crafty Kidnapper"Danny Shine[2]Greg Stanley[2] (Douglas Henderson)[460]Alex Tanner (Gary Collins)[460]
Method: Gunshot — Motive: Conceal another act[ei]
271 30"The Case of the Final Fade-Out"Barry Conrad[2] (James Stacy)[461] & Jackson Sidemark[2] (Denver Pyle)[461]Jackson Sidemark[2] (Denver Pyle)[461] & then Winifred Glover[2] (Estelle Winwood)[461]Leif Early (Dick Clark)[461]
Method: Conrad by gunshot & Sidemark by gunshot — Motive: Monetary interest[ej]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Boles murdered Merrill because he had $10,000 but wouldn't pay $500 owed to Boles, who desperately needed money to leave his wife.[1]
  2. ^ Roxy was led to believe the murder target was her romantic rival, Sybil.[6]
  3. ^ Devereux was wrongly convicted and executed for a murder committed by Norris.[8]
  4. ^ Crinston shared embezzled money with Graves.[10]
  5. ^ Florey mildly poisons herself as a ruse.[12]
  6. ^ Sheriff points out that Burris doesn't like Cushing.[14]
  7. ^ Northup murdered Ferrell to prevent blackmail of John Addison.[18]
  8. ^ Northrup also posed as Mrs. Dale.[18]
  9. ^ Sands murdered Bradford because he wanted Martha, who actually loves another, so Sands then tried to have Martha convicted for the murder.[22]
  10. ^ Karen murdered George because he wouldn't grant Karen a divorce.[24]
  11. ^ Jaffrey murdered Claremont because he was close to proving Jaffrey was a dirty cop, and Jaffrey killed Fayette because he had proof of Claremont's murder.[26]
  12. ^ Leeds murdered Tydings to protect Carol, her daughter, from further embezzlement by Tydings.[28]
  13. ^ Fenton murdered Callender to avoid prosecution for embezzlement.[30]
  14. ^ Hugo murdered Wellman to end his extortion of Nadine.[32]
  15. ^ Emory murdered Ballard to keep him quiet after attempt to frame Mason failed.[34]
  16. ^ Argyle murdered Hollister because he had discovered Argyle's theft of money and Argyle murdered Pitkin because he was blackmailing Argyle over the murder of Hollister.[36]
  17. ^ Marcia murdered Michael because he was extorting her boyfriend, and Marcia killed Tanner to conceal Michael's murder.[38]
  18. ^ Coterro murdered Barnaby because he intended to run away with Cartwright.[40]
  19. ^ Addison put Stanley's body in a freezer to change the approximate time of death in order to provide an alibi.[42]
  20. ^ Addison murdered Stanley for the money Stanley extorted from Harriet's father.[42]
  21. ^ Angela drugged David with morphine sulfate so he would pass out and crash airplane he was piloting.[44]
  22. ^ Angela murdered David for his insurance, and to be rid of his constant drain on her earnings.[44]
  23. ^ Carlin murdered Renault to make it look like Carlin had died, and Carlin murdered Arthur to avoid the choice Arthur gave him of paying or dying.[46]
  24. ^ Hale murdered Reed because he thought Reed was dating Hale's girlfriend, who was actually Reed's wife in her other personality.[48]
  25. ^ Gentrie murdered Carr when he caught her in his safe, then Gentrie murdered Neil because he spurned her for Miriam, then Gentrie attempted to murder Miriam to make it look like Miriam killed Neil and committed suicide afterward.[50]
  26. ^ Marion murdered Scott because he was planned to fake his death and disappear with $120,000 he embezzled.[52]
  27. ^ Edward murdered Riker because he thought Riker was having an affair with Lisa.[54]
  28. ^ Although it may have been accidental, Fred murdered Rose because he gave her everything and she was still leaving him.[56]
  29. ^ Gibbs murdered Lane while robbing her of $5,000.[58]
  30. ^ Cooper murdered Davis because she believed Davis was going to publish a terrible secret about Cooper's boyfriend's mother.[60]
  31. ^ Braxton murdered Gordon in attempt to frame Gordon's husband so Braxton would inherit their entire estate.[62]
  32. ^ Mitchell used a towel as a silencer.[68]
  33. ^ Carter murdered Marian for interfering with Carter's plan to sell Marian's child.[74]
  34. ^ Scott murdered Lewis because he had tried to kill Scott years before, and Scott knew that Reed would be blamed.[78]
  35. ^ McKay murdered Beaumont because he wanted Beaumont's wife.[80]
  36. ^ Hays murdered Anderson because he thought Anderson had cheated him when they couldn't find the money Anderson had stashed in the old house.[84]
  37. ^ Carl was attacked in the dark by Kane armed with a poker and killed Kane in the ensuing struggle.[88]
  38. ^ Philip and Jean tried extorting Jack after overhearing him admit embezzlement, giving Jack truth serum to reveal the money's location before Philip murdered Jack.[90]
  39. ^ Hickey murdered Curran because Curran caught him rifling stealing money.[92]
  40. ^ Davis murdered Starr for not paying $5,000 owed Davis for doping Bright Magic.[94]
  41. ^ Hubble murdered Girard for failing to hold an exhibition of Hubble work as promised in exchange for Hubble painting the fake Purple Woman.[96]
  42. ^ Harry murdered Vivian, his wife, and Frank for having an affair, and Harry murdered Wallace for extorting him with that knowledge.[112]
  43. ^ Buzzie beat Goff to death, then Green later shot Goff twice.
  44. ^ Buzzie murdered Goff for double-crossing Ross (Frankie Lane).
  45. ^ Philip murdered Mallory to preserve ineritance for Janice (Joan Vohs), who Philip could easily extort, then Philip killed Charles to trigger that inheritance.[117]
  46. ^ Brent murdered Polly for being a romantic rival, then murdered Cartright for discovering the murder, then killed the dog for attracting attention, then murdered Clinton because he had no interest in marrying a dog-killing murderess.[123]
  47. ^ Borden caught Fettridge stealing from him so Fettridge murdered him.[125]
  48. ^ Shayne murdered Clark in fear of her revealing their affair and jeopardizing Shayne's trust fund.[127]
  49. ^ Jennings murdered Selkirk for the benefit of his wife, Lorraine (Jennifer Howard) who is Selkirk's ex-wife.[131]
  50. ^ Baker murdered Runyan because he knew the cross was stolen by Baker, who did so for monetary interest.[133]
  51. ^ Denby murdered Garvin to prevent an audit that would have proven Denby's embezzlement.[135]
  52. ^ Jonson and Prescott murdered Walden for getting too close to their smuggling operation, then Jonson murdered Prescott because Jonson felt his cut of the profits was too small.[137]
  53. ^ Nichols murdered Kamuri to prevent him from revealing Nichols' duplicity with the fake diamonds.[145]
  54. ^ Mauldin was blackmailing Clara over her fake marriage to John, and Mauldin murdered John in order to blackmail larger amounts once Clara had control of the John's estate.[147]
  55. ^ Hale murdered Welles due to dismay upon learning she was no angel.[150]
  56. ^ Fulton murdered Sheridan because he wouldn't pay for the injury he caused to Fulton's beloved, Ralph Curtis (Douglas Henderson).[154]
  57. ^ Siddons murdered Doniger in order to frame Edward and take his estate in addition to taking Sylvia.[166]
  58. ^ Russell murdered Dolores to end extortion over industrial espionage, and Russell murdered Page to conceal murder of Dolores.[180]
  59. ^ Hollister murdered Farrell because he wouldn't share the found greenbacks that he'd stolen.[213]
  60. ^ Bristol murdered Lamont when he rejected her.
  61. ^ Bruce murdered Randall because she was putting financial pressure on him through a third party.[216]
  62. ^ Whitehead murdered Addison because he heard Whitehead taking the jewelry and grabbed Whitehead.[220]
  63. ^ Swan attacked Needham when he tried to cut in on Swan's reward money and killed Swan during ensuing fight.[222]
  64. ^ Edwards had to discredit Mallory and silence Benton so he murdered Benton and tried to frame Mallory.[224]
  65. ^ Beacom tried to force Braun to cut him in on drug smuggling then killed Braun when they fought.[226]
  66. ^ Claver paid Voss to destroy art in an insurance scam, but Voss kept and sold the art so Claver murdered him.[228]
  67. ^ Lebaron murdered Albright because he was dressed like her intended target.[230]
  68. ^ Morgan murdered Caldwell because he wouldn't let the Sceptre fly.[232]
  69. ^ O'Higgins murdered Ryder to protect Lola (Lisa Gaye) from him.[238]
  70. ^ Upon confessing to murdering Sherwin, Baker says, "Eight years, that’s just too long to wait for any man," then sobs.
  71. ^ Tate murdered Haskell to prevent ruin of Cromwell.[261]
  72. ^ Vander was pushed from clifftop.[263]
  73. ^ Somers was murdered for demanding more money than agreed upon for option on land Maigret needed to complete shoe company deal.
  74. ^ Lowry was murdered because he would not participate in deception with Dow & Hasting.
  75. ^ Keith murdered Phipps because he recognized the securities stolen from him and Preston previously.
  76. ^ Dunbar found gun after the murder and switched barrels with Preston's gun, thereby framing him.
  77. ^ Tony killed Irene during struggle for Irene's gun.
  78. ^ Wood killed Menke during struggle for Menke's gun, which is actually Talbot's gun.
  79. ^ Fenton killed Dalgran during struggle for Dalgran's gun.[284]
  80. ^ August is innocent of murder, but guilty of evidence tampering.[284]
  81. ^ Stokes killed Corby after he attempted to poison Stokes.
  82. ^ It is implied that Devro's stroke was caused by learning of Sandover's embezzlement.
  83. ^ Death of Devro due to a stroke by implication only.
  84. ^ Janda murdered Schuyler because only he could prove Chase stole the song which Janda needed in order to recoup financial loss on Chase's last production.
  85. ^ Simpson killed Durham during struggle for Durham's knife.
  86. ^ Metcalfe killed Hewes because he was beating her.
  87. ^ Comstock threatened Willie with silence or death, then made the mistake of trying to follow through with threat and Willie accidentally killed him.
  88. ^ Wayne murdered Ernest to prevent exposure in Ernest's plot, plus Wayne desired Irene and Irene's money from Ernest's insurance.[319]
  89. ^ Christopher murdered Amanda because he could only inherit if Amanda died before Andrew.[325]
  90. ^ Gilbert killed Durant during struggle for Durant's gun, which is actually Maxine's gun.
  91. ^ Wright murdered Martin because he discovered Wright was stealing dress samples while her husband, Lewis, was making rounds.[340]
  92. ^ Mallory was murdered to conceal the murder of Reed.[342]
  93. ^ Charges dismissed against Alice due to being technically unconcious from head wound,
  94. ^ Armand killed McManus by triggering an avalanche[352]
  95. ^ Ninette drugged Armand so he would pass out and crash airplane he was piloting.[352]
  96. ^ Stiller was pushed from roof.[358]
  97. ^ Farrell was murdered to avoid arrest, the Kleinman was murdered as unnecessary and financially burdensome once Max and Alan had money, as was Jurgen.
  98. ^ Dillard killed Boring accidentally during struggle.[398]
  99. ^ Quincy killed Mrs. Davis by accident while drunk, and Quincy murdered Marshall to conceal the killing of Mrs. Davis.[400]
  100. ^ Franklin could be assumed to have been shot from Matilda's words, "What do you think that blackmailing neighbor saw?", but could also mean that the neighbor simply saw Matilda and Tom burying the corpse.[418]
  101. ^ Leonard murdered Myrna because he was certain that she would reveal his scheme.[422]
  102. ^ Parks murdered Millie when she laughed at his romantic overture to take money and run away together.[424]
  103. ^ Ben had cheated Charles, so Fallon and Hershey used that knowledge to make Ben fearful, even faking correspondence from Charles, who may be dead, and planned to collect the estate in Charles' name.[426]
  104. ^ An impostor posed as bandaged Benjamin Addicks, who is not seen alive.[426]
  105. ^ Norden murdered Jones for knowingly sending Norden's husband to his death when delivering a previous shipment.[428]
  106. ^ Anderson states Rita burned to death in car accident.[430]
  107. ^ Clyde loved Rita, but killed her because she kissed Billings.[430]
  108. ^ Stange killed Havens to stop his blackmail over counterfeit cage sales.
  109. ^ Adam & Fuller plotted to control Max's estate, first by trying to prevent Max's marriage, then by trying to frame Kean-Armstead for murder to prevent her from inheriting.
  110. ^ Buren poisoned herself to deflect suspicion.
  111. ^ Buren killed Arnold after he recognized Buren as an impostor and refused her payment for the formula.
  112. ^ Shirley killed Stuart because he was going to leave her now that he was becoming chancellor.
  113. ^ Dolwig purposely killed Powell because she believed Powell had killed Aunt Elvira.
  114. ^ Ormond was the only person alone with David before the required office visit, and because David never went into Caudere’s office, Ormond was the only person who could have poisoned David.
  115. ^ Munford loved gold-digger Barton, and intended to kill Tolliver, but Barton accidentally drank Tolliver's poisoned lemonade.
  116. ^ Millicent was not the intended victim.
  117. ^ Payne was trying abandon debts, assume a new identity, and start with $100,000 cash.
  118. ^ Warner's body was posed as the body of Payne.
  119. ^ Balfour helped Jamison fake his death for insurance money to invest, but then double-crossed and had to kill Jamison to stop him from prompting Louise into making the investment.
  120. ^ Ryan murdered Rettig for trying to steal Ryan's gear design.
  121. ^ Peters was extremely jealous about Susan Wolfe (Chris Noel), and killed Oliver in mistaken belief he had beaten her.
  122. ^ Palmer murdered Hoffer because he was giving up the girl for money instead of exchanging her for Hans Ritter.
  123. ^ Scranton intended to threaten Lehigh because he had discovered the patents were not Scranton's property to use for financing, but killed him instead.
  124. ^ Richland murdered Garnett because he had the proxy to control Golden Bear Enterprises.
  125. ^ Ann learned of her husband’s bigamy and confronted Grace, who attacked with a hook and Ann fought back, grabbing the hook and hitting Grace with it, killing her.
  126. ^ Austin murdered Steele because he was going to replace Austin at the station and refused to bargain or delay decision.
  127. ^ Testimony reveals Dolby died from Veronal, not the subsequent plane crash.
  128. ^ Bennett murdered Al Dolby to stop him from stealing more drugs once their previous theft had been discovered.
  129. ^ Bright murdered Farley because he was extorting money from Bright with knowledge that Bright had parole in Massachusetts.
  130. ^ Hobart murdered Bayler because she had discovered that Hobart was her blackmailer.
  131. ^ Reales went to see Spring under duress from Huggins (Victor Buono), but murdered Spring because she was rival for Sikes' affections, and then Reales murdered Sikes for betraying her love.
  132. ^ McLeod murdered Hawley because he planned to double-cross Chester, who was like a son to McLeod.
  133. ^ DeVry murdered Dorow because he wanted more money and threatened to expose the fraud.
  134. ^ Milgrave murdered Strickland for keys to Andrews' apartment so Milgrave could destroy counterfeit money.
  135. ^ Lannon murdered Klee to benefit from the penalty clause in their contract.
  136. ^ Grimes murdered Swanson in order to rob him of $200,000.
  137. ^ Carmody murdered Grover because he threatened to expose her past.
  138. ^ Overton murdered Emory because he got too big and thought San Carlos was his domain.
  139. ^ Tanner murdered Shine to prevent publication of a story about wife’s delusions.
  140. ^ Early murdered Conrad for stealing idea for new series & Early murdered Sidemark because he figured out that Early killed Conrad.

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  160. ^ a b c d "The Case of the Frantic Flyer". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  161. ^ a b c d "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Frantic Flyer". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  162. ^ a b c "The Case of the Wayward Wife". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  163. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Wayward Wife". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  164. ^ a b c "The Case of the Prudent Prosecutor". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  165. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Prudent Prosecutor". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  166. ^ a b c d e f "The Case of the Gallant Grafter". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  167. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Gallant Grafter". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  168. ^ a b c d "The Case of the Wary Wildcatter". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  169. ^ a b c d "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Wary Wildcatter". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  170. ^ a b c "The Case of the Mythical Monkeys". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  171. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Mythical Monkeys". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  172. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Singing Skirt". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  173. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Bashful Burro". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  174. ^ a b c "The Case of the Crying Cherub". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  175. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Crying Cherub". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  176. ^ a b c "The Case of the Nimble Nephew". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  177. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Nimble Nephew". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  178. ^ a b c "The Case of the Madcap Modiste". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  179. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Madcap Modiste". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  180. ^ a b c d e f "The Case of the Slandered Submarine". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  181. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Slandered Submarine". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  182. ^ a b c "The Case of the Ominous Outcast". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  183. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Ominous Outcast". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  184. ^ a b c d e "The Case of the Irate Inventor". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  185. ^ "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Irate Inventor". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  186. ^ a b c "The Case of the Flighty Father". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  187. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Flighty Father". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  188. ^ a b c "The Case of the Treacherous Toupee". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  189. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Treacherous Toupee". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  190. ^ a b c "The Case of the Credulous Quarry". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  191. ^ "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Credulous Quarry". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  192. ^ a b c "The Case of the Ill-fated Faker". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  193. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Ill-fated Faker". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  194. ^ a b c "The Case of the Singular Double". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  195. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Singular Double". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  196. ^ a b c "The Case of the Lavender Lipstick". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  197. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Lavender Lipstick". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  198. ^ a b c "The Case of the Wandering Widow". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  199. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Wandering Widow". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  200. ^ a b c "The Case of the Clumsy Clown". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  201. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Clumsy Clown". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  202. ^ a b c "The Case of the Provocative Protege". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  203. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Provocative Protege". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  204. ^ a b c "The Case of the Nine Dolls". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  205. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Nine Dolls". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  206. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Loquacious Liar". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  207. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Red Riding Boots". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  208. ^ a b c "The Case of the Larcenous Lady". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  209. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Larcenous Lady". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  210. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Envious Editor". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  211. ^ a b c "The Case of the Resolute Reformer". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  212. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Resolute Reformer". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  213. ^ a b c d "The Case of the Fickle Fortune". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  214. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Fickle Fortune". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  215. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Waylaid Wolf". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  216. ^ a b c d "The Case of the Wintry Wife". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  217. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Wintry Wife". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  218. ^ a b c d e f g "The Case of the Angry Dead Man". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  219. ^ a b c d e "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Angry Dead Man". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  220. ^ a b c d "The Case of the Blind-Man's Bluff". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  221. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Blind-Man's Bluff". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  222. ^ a b c d "The Case of the Barefaced Witness". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  223. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Barefaced Witness". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  224. ^ a b c d "The Case of the Difficult Detour". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  225. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Difficult Detour". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  226. ^ a b c d "The Case of the Cowardly Lion". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  227. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Cowardly Lion". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  228. ^ a b c d "The Case of the Torrid Tapestry". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  229. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Torrid Tapestry". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  230. ^ a b c d "The Case of the Violent Vest". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  231. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Violent Vest". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  232. ^ a b c d "The Case of the Misguided Missile". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  233. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Misguided Missile". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  234. ^ a b c "The Case of the Duplicate Daughter". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  235. ^ "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Duplicate Daughter". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  236. ^ a b c "The Case of the Grumbling Grandfather". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  237. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Grumbling Grandfather". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  238. ^ a b c d "The Case of the Guilty Clients". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  239. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Guilty Clients". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  240. ^ a b c "The Case of the Jealous Journalist". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  241. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Jealous Journalist". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  242. ^ a b c "The Case of the Impatient Partner". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  243. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Impatient Partner". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  244. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Missing Melody". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  245. ^ a b c "The Case of the Malicious Mariner". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  246. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Malicious Mariner". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  247. ^ a b c "The Case of the Crying Comedian". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  248. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Crying Comedian". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  249. ^ a b c d e "The Case of the Meddling Medium". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  250. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Meddling Medium". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  251. ^ a b c d e "The Case of the Pathetic Patient". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  252. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Pathetic Patient". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  253. ^ a b c "The Case of the Travelling Treasure". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  254. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Travelling Treasure". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  255. ^ a b c "The Case of the Posthumous Painter". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  256. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Posthumous Painter". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  257. ^ a b c "The Case of the Injured Innocent". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  258. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Injured Innocent". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  259. ^ a b c "The Case of the Left-handed Liar". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  260. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Left-handed Liar". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  261. ^ a b c d "The Case of the Brazen Bequest". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  262. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Brazen Bequest". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  263. ^ a b c d "The Case of the Renegade Refugee". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  264. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Renegade Refugee". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  265. ^ a b c "The Case of the Unwelcome Bride". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  266. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Unwelcome Bride". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  267. ^ a b c d e "The Case of the Roving River". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  268. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Roving River". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  269. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Shapely Shadow". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  270. ^ a b c "The Case of the Captain's Coins". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  271. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Captain's Coins". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  272. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Tarnished Trademark". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  273. ^ a b c d e "The Case of the Glamorous Ghost". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  274. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Glamorous Ghost". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  275. ^ a b c "The Case of the Poison Pen-Pal". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  276. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Poison Pen-Pal". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  277. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Mystified Miner". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  278. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Crippled Cougar". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  279. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Absent Artist". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  280. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Melancholy Marksmen". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  281. ^ a b c "The Case of the Angry Astronaut". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  282. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Angry Astronaut". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  283. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Borrowed Baby". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  284. ^ a b c d e "The Case of the Counterfeit Crank". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  285. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Counterfeit Crank". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  286. ^ a b c "The Case of the Ancient Romeo". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  287. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Ancient Romeo". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  288. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Promoter's Pillbox". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  289. ^ a b c "The Case of the Lonely Eloper". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  290. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Lonely Eloper". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  291. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Bogus Books". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  292. ^ a b c d e "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Capricious Corpse". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  293. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Playboy Pugilist". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  294. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Double-Entry Mind". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  295. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Hateful Hero". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  296. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Dodging Domino". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  297. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Unsuitable Uncle". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  298. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Stand-In Sister". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  299. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Weary Watchdog". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  300. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Lurid Letter". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  301. ^ "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Fickle Filly". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  302. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Polka-dot Pony". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  303. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Shoplifter's Shoe". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  304. ^ a b c d e f "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Bluffing Blast". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  305. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Prankish Professor". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  306. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Constant Doyle". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  307. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Libelous Locket". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  308. ^ a b c d "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Two-Faced Turn-About". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  309. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Surplus Suitor". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  310. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Golden Oranges". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  311. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Lawful Lazarus". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  312. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Velvet Claws". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  313. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Lover's Leap". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  314. ^ a b c d "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Elusive Element". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  315. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Greek Goddess". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  316. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Skeleton's Closet". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  317. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Potted Planter". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  318. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Witless Witness". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  319. ^ a b c d "The Case of the Nebulous Nephew". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  320. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Nebulous Nephew". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  321. ^ a b c "The Case of the Shifty Shoebox". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  322. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Shifty Shoebox". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  323. ^ a b c "The Case of the Drowsy Mosquito". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  324. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Drowsy Mosquito". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  325. ^ a b c d "The Case of the Deadly Verdict". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  326. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Deadly Verdict". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  327. ^ a b c "The Case of the Decadent Dean". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  328. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Decadent Dean". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  329. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Reluctant Model". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  330. ^ a b c "The Case of the Bigamous Spouse". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  331. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Bigamous Spouse". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  332. ^ a b c "The Case of the Floating Stones". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  333. ^ a b "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Floating Stones". Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  334. ^ a b c "The Case of the Festive Felon". Retrieved 20 April 2021.
  335. ^ a b c "Perry Mason (1957–1966) The Case of the Festive Felon". Retrieved 21 April 2021.