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Opening

Starring Raymond Burr
in Erle Stanley Gardner’s The Case of THE SHOPLIFTER’S SHOE
Barbara Hale, William Hopper, William Talman, Ray Collins

Trailing

Directed by Arthur Marks
Teleplay by Jackson Gillis
Art Seid | Producer
Gail Patrick Jackson | Executive Producer
Jackson Gillis | Associate Producer
Samuel Newman | Story Consultant

Raymond Burr as Perry Mason
Barbara Hale as Della Street
William Hopper as Paul Drake
William Talman as Hamilton Burger
Ray Collins as Lt. Tragg

Cast

Margaret O’Brien as Virginia Trent
Lurene Tuttle as Sarah Breel
Leonard Nimoy as Pete Chennery
Melora Conway as Ione Bedford
Richard Coogan as Sergeant Gifford
Arthur Batanides as Bill Golding
Blair Davies as Austin Cullens
Charles Irving as Judge
James Millhollin as Floorwalker
Shirley Mitchell as Saleswoman
Kenneth Patterson as Store Detective
Walter Kelley as Interne
Bernard Fein as Foreman
Vincent Troy as Andre (Maitre d’)

Uncredited Actors
Bess Flowers as Department Store Patron
Lee Miller as Sgt. Brice
Sam Harris as Courtroom Spectator
Jeffrey Sayre as Department Store Patron (from IMDb)

Crew

“Perry Mason”

Director of Photography … Robert G. Hager
Art Direction … Lewis Creber
Assistant Director … Robert G. Stone
Film Editor … Richard H. Cahoon, A.C.E.
Casting … Harvey Clermont
Makeup … Irving Pringle
Hair Stylist … Annabell
Wardrobe Supervision … Ed McDermott, Evelyn Carruth
Set Decoration … Charles Q. Vassar
Properties … Ray Thompson
Production Sound Mixer … Herman Lewis
Script Supervision … Cosmo Genovese
Theme Composed by … Fred Steiner

Perry Mason
Produced by the CBS Television Network in association with Paisano Productions