Wiki Home
About
Seasons
Episodes
Title Index
Show Finder

By #

The Show
Principal Cast
Actors Lists
Who Is That?
Uncredited Actors
Famous People
Episode #218
Statistics
Credits Anomalies
General Trivia
Location Trivia
Trivia Lists
TV Trivia Lists
Perry Links

The Database
The Office
The New Office
The Credits
The Cars

Media Page

Wiki Search


Wiki Sandbox
Documentation
User Profiles
Changes
Old Site

Perry Mason TV Show Book

Barbara Hale Annex
Barbara Hale Annex

Della Looks On
Della Looks On

Perry Mason Group
Perry Mason Group

Della-Perry Group
Della-Perry Group

EMAIL

Site built with
pmwiki-2.2.78

Site displayed with
php-5.6.32

Hosted at
Pair Networks

SummaryPages/Show109

AdminEdit | Hist | Print

From The Perry Mason TV Show Book
This boozy, off-center episode has Perry rather unbelievably representing a citizenís group in hearings on a proposed aqueduct to be named after county engineer William Harper Caine. There is some question as to the acceptability of the proposed route, and Perry gets a stop work order until a section of Manzanita Canyon can be checked for an underground spring.

But this story has more to do with murder than drainage. Eventually, Caine needs Perryís help when Roger Quigley, the projectís chief contractor, is murdered.

We get a good look at just how fast Paul can be on his feet. During the investigation, the detective is nearly seduced by a rum-soaked floozy and breaks the record for the 100-yard dash to escape her clutches.