The mammoth Perry Mason quiz

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It is the greatest television legal drama of all time. With a dash of noir and a heap of 1950s style, Perry Mason set the mold for mysteries on the small screen.

We know you still love it. Which is why we're putting your expert Perry knowledge to the test. Enter our virtual courtroom and try to get more than 66% of these questions correct. That's the only way to earn a not-guilty verdict. Good luck!

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  1. Barbara Hale played Perry Mason's secretary. What was her character's name?
  2. Which actor played the role of private investigator Paul Drake?
  3. Raymond Burr originally auditioned for which role?
  4. In what year did Perry Mason premiere?
  5. What network originally aired Perry Mason?
  6. In what city did Perry Mason practice law?
  7. What author wrote the series of Perry Mason detective novels on which the show is based?
  8. Perry Mason's office was located in what building?
  9. How many episodes were there in the original 'Perry Mason' TV series?
  10. In how many episodes does Perry lose a case?
  11. How many episodes were produced in color?
  12. What was the name of Perry's receptionist?
  13. Perry and his team would often meet and eat in what restaurant?
  14. What was the first name of homicide detective Lt. Tragg?
  15. Richard Anderson played a homicide detective named…?
  16. On what night did 'Perry Mason' air during its first five seasons?
  17. What 1960s TV show featured a parody of Perry Mason named "Perry Masonry"?
  18. How many Perry Mason TV movies were made, originally airing between 1985 and 1995?
  19. Raymond Burr appeared in how many of those TV movies?
  20. What two actors starred in the 'A Perry Mason Mystery' movies after Raymond Burr passed away?
  21. Which 'Star Trek' star did NOT appear on 'Perry Mason'?
  22. How many actors in total appeared on 'Perry Mason' over its nine seasons?
  23. Of the 272 murderers depicted on the show, how many were women?
  24. Which famous actor did NOT star in a episode when Raymond Burr had to take a leave from production?
  25. What is the name of the 'Perry Mason' theme song?
  26. Barbara Hale's son starred in which hit 1980s television series?
  27. Hale's son William Katt also appeared in the Perry Mason TV movies. What role did he play?
  28. Which episode was the pilot of 'Perry Mason'?
  29. What did guest stars Dolores Donlon, Dawn Richard and Joan Staley all have in common?
  30. What was the name of law student who helped Perry Mason for a handful of episodes in season five?

The mammoth Perry Mason quiz

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seaeagle 15 months ago
You got 30 out of 30. You got the verdict you were looking for! You won this case!
#28 tricky but 'Mikemrshfld6' explained it well. Luv PM!
Catgirl48 19 months ago
30 out of 30................I know my Perry Mason and all episodes
CRTRAVIS 22 months ago
know my perry mason only missed one another great classic show 🤗🤗🤗
StrayCat 25 months ago
An unrelated question. It seems while the daytime airing of Perry mason runs the usual 1 hour, nighttime airing runs 1 hour and 5 minutes. More commercials?
DanDo77 25 months ago
18/30. I have seen some of the Perry Mason movies when they were shown on Hallmark Movies and Mysteries channel. I don't think Hallmark showed all of them. On most of the ones I saw on Hallmark Movies and Mysteries were when Perry Mason was practicing in Denver.
Riff60 25 months ago
21/30. Not too shabby. The movie questions got me as I’ve never seen one of them, along with a couple of the more technical questions
mrshfld6 38 months ago
Mike mrshfld6 25 months ago
RESTLESS REDHEAD was the premiere episode, in September 1957.
MOTH-EATEN MINK was the pilot film, filmed a year earlier, in 1956.
(The networks often didn't run episodes in order of production in those days.)
StrayCat mrshfld6 25 months ago
That likely was a trick question where you didn't know if they wanted the first episode made of the first episode aired. A toss up.
waltb31 38 months ago
You got 29 out of 30
You got the verdict you were looking for! You won this case!
Mukusthebadd1 47 months ago
Okay you morons!
EllisClevenger 49 months ago
You got 23 out of 30
You got the verdict you were looking for! You won this case!
Perrydebi 50 months ago
Wow as much as I love the PM show, I didn’t realize how Perrydumb I am! Lol
Mukusthebadd1 Perrydebi 47 months ago
I missed half of them.
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