Can you fill in the right adjective for these Perry Mason cases?

Do you know what words describe the kiss, the toupee, the mermaid and more?

Creative case names were perfected by Sherlock Holmes and Nancy Drew but Perry Mason, both the series and the original books by Erle Stanley Gardner, take the cake for sheer creativity.

Most are troublesome tongue-twisters. Try saying the title of any Perry Mason episode five times fast and see what we mean!

We’ve taken the adjectives out of 15 case names. Can you guess what word is missing from each one?

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  1. What adjective describes the subject of Perry Mason's first episode?
  2. What word describes the fancy coat in this case?
  3. What describes the kiss in this case?
  4. The very last episode uses what fitting adjective?
  5. What number is missing from this episode title?
  6. Which character is mentioned in this case name?
  7. What word describes the sculptor in this case?
  8. What color is missing from this episode title?
  9. How is the mermaid described in this case?
  10. Can you fill in the missing word for this case?
  11. What kind of ghost is described in this case name?
  12. What number Frenchman is in this title?
  13. "Corpse" shows up in a few Perry Mason case names. Which adjective was NOT used for any of them?
  14. The hairpiece in this case is described as...
  15. What word is missing from this murder case about a briefcase?

Can you fill in the right adjective for these Perry Mason cases?

Your Result...

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RichLorn 14 hours ago
10/15, or...
The Case of the Apoplectic Answerer.
MarkSpeck 3 days ago
14 out of 15. Thought I knew 'em all. Missed the clock one.
Kelleesplace 3 days ago
I got 14 out of 15!!! Well really I got all 15 right because there is an error on #13. Its Runaway Corpse nit Creepy Corpse.
Uncletee58 3 days ago
Wow....are those real Perry Mason cases? I watch all the time....evidently I don't pay attention like I thought I did.
Jaxter14 4 days ago
Is typecast T or F? The actors who portrayed iconic tv characters such as Perry Mason, Andy Taylor, Archie Bunker & Jed Clampet all went on to another successful long-running tv series. Remember their series?
TSeym22 4 days ago
10/15 Not bad but thought I'd do better considering how much I've watched it.
olddogg 4 days ago
The case of the catastrophic quiz.
sistervic 4 days ago
Love the show, been watching since it started in the fifties.
e7j1ay 4 days ago
I am in dispute on question # 13 in the Case of the Creepy Corpse - my answer was Runaway which came up incorrect - I looked it up and it was Runaway Corpse - season 1 episode #10
Kelleesplace e7j1ay 3 days ago
I totally agree. It was the Runaway Corpse
seaeagle e7j1ay 17 hours ago
You have to read Q #13 VERY carefully. It's a trick question. 'Creepy' was the right answer as it was the only adjective NOT used. All 3 of the other answers were real Case titles.
dodgebob 4 days ago
A personal worstest of epic proportion. Pick the adjective that best discribes a 2/15 performance:
A) Uninformed
B) Woefully miserable
C) Add your own
sputnik_57 4 days ago
12/15 Thanks for the fun quiz! But all of them are fun!
JKMallaber 5 days ago
13/15! Awesome! However, I thought the first episode was Moth-Eaten Mink, and the last was Twice-Told Twist (the only one in Color!)
KJExpress JKMallaber 5 days ago
I think you are right about The Moth-Eaten Mink. It was not the first to be broadcast, however, so I think that might be where the confusion lies. RB's hair is very short so you can tell that it wasn't filmed the same time as the other early episodes.
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