<< Sinister Spirit | Episodes | Scandalous Scoundrel >>

TVMovie #6: The Case of the
Murdered Madam
Original Airdate: 10/04/87

Summary Edit

A former Madam has evidence of some nefarious plans and so she is murdered. Her husband is charged with the crime. The accused is an old acquaintance of Della's.

Credits Edit


Perry Mason

Raymond Burr as Perry Mason
Barbara Hale as Della Street
William Katt as Paul Drake, Jr.

Guest Stars
Daphne Ashbrook as Miranda Bonner
Vincent Baggetta as Tony Domenico
Jason Bernard as Sergeant Koslow
Anthony Geary as Steve Reynolds
Bill Macy as Richard Wilson
James Noble as Leonard Weeks
John Rhys-Davies as Edward Tremaine
special guest appearance by Ann Jillian as Suzanne Corbal Domenico
and David Ogden Stiers as (D.A.) Michael Reston

Music by Dick DeBenedictis
(Original Perry Mason Theme by Fred Steiner)

Director of Photography … Arch Bryant
Art Director … Paul Staheli
Editor … David Solomon
Executive Supervising Producer … Philip Saltzman
Supervising Producer … Joel Steiger
Produced by Peter Katz
Written by Patricia Green
Based upon characters created by Erle Stanley Gardner
Directed by Ron Satlof


Executive Producers … Fred Silverman & Dean Hargrove
Associate Producer … David Solomon
Executive Consultant … Franklin Thompson

Kim (Johnston) Ulrich as Candy, the Hairdresser
Jamie Horton as Frank Sims, the driver for Hammond's
Richard Portnow as Harry Long, the Pimp
Mike Moroff as the Borderline Club's Bouncer

Wendelin (Wendeline) Harston as the Housekeeper, Helen Robinson
John Nance as Judge Prescott
Michael (K.) Osborn as Sy Hammond, owner of Hammond's

Uncredited Actor
Ed O'Brien

Casting by Reuben Cannon & Associates C.S.A. & Carol Dudley
Unit Production Manager … Billy Ray Smith
1st Assitant Director … Jim Nasella
2nd Assitant Director … Gail Fortmuller
Costumes by Ronn Rynhart
Women's Wardrobe … Judith Scheurwater
Make-Up … Dee Sandella & Patti Dallas
Hair Stylists … Judee Guilmette & Brenda Moen
Construction Coordinator … Randy Holland
Stunt Coordinator … Bob Bralver
Transportation Coordinator … Robert Benjamin
Set Decorator … Charlie Helms
Property Master … Susan MacDonald-Petersen
Production Sound Mixer … James Emerson
Gaffer … Brad Lipson
Key Grip … Fred Vicarel
Camera Operator … Dan McKinny
1st Camera Assitant … Douglas O'Kane
Production Consultant Robert Benevides (RB Productions)
Production Auditor … Norman Webster
Script Supervisor … Jeff Glasser
Production Coordinator … Maria Ciambriello
Location Manager … Karen Beard
Film Editor … Carter DeHaven IV
Post-Production Supervisor … Hal Harrison
Production Executive … Donna Colabella
Main Title Design … Wayne Fitzgerald
Legal Advisor … Dennis Smith
Sound Effects Editorial … Echo Film Services, Inc.
Supervising Sound Editor … Russ Tinsley
Re-Recording by Lorimar Studios
Re-Recording Sound Mixers … Gregory H. Watkins & David J. Kimball & Ray O'Reilly C.A.S
Music Supervision … Do Re Me Music
Music Editor … Stan Jones
© Copyright MCMLXXXVII Viacom Productions, Inc

Executive In Charge of Production … Mike Moder

Trivia Edit

Axcording to Wikipedia, beginning with this movie, due to his poor health, Raymond Burr's physical activity became limited to sitting, standing while holding onto something, or taking a few steps with the assistance of crutches. jfh 24Jun2023

Comments Edit

So now we know that Della received at least one proposal of marriage in her life, although she comforts Perry by assuring him that "it was a long time ago." jfh 15Dec2022

<< Sinister Spirit | Episodes | Scandalous Scoundrel >>