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TVMovie #20: The Case of the
Fatal Fashion
Original Airdate: 9/24/91

Summary Edit

An editor of a fashion magazine, known for its stories that expose and destroy celebrities' careers is murdered. Della's friend who is the probable target of an upcoming magazine issue is arrested. Ken Malansky's investigation gets assistance from some local tough guys.

Credits Edit


Perry Mason

Raymond Burr as Perry Mason
Barbara Hale as Della Street
and William R. Moses as Ken Malansky

Special Appearance by Valerie Harper as Dyan Draper, editor Suite 2000

Special Guest Stars
Diana Muldaur as Lauren Jeffreys, editor Metropolitan
and Scott Baio as Asst. D.A. Peter Whelan

Guest Stars
Robert Clohessy as Tony Loomis, muscle for Nardone
George DiCenzo as Albert Nardone, fashion designer and Marco's business partner
Bruce Kirby as Det. Lt. Brennan
Robert Knepper as Kim Weatherly, Julia's dinner date
Gianni Russo as Marco Sabatini, fashion designer and cousin once removed (nephew) of Nardone
Ally Walker as Julia Collier, Dyan's executive assistant and Lauren's Child
Claire Yarlett as Tanya Sloane, actress

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

Editor … Carter DeHaven IV
Production Designer … Paul Staheli
Director of Photography … Robert Seaman
Producer … Billy Ray Smith
Produced by David Solomon
Co-Executive Producer … Joel Steiger
Written by Robert Janes
Based upon characters created by Erle Stanley Gardner
Directed by Christian I. Nyby, II


Executive Producers … Dean Hargrove & Fred Silverman

Deborah (Debra-Jayne) Brown as Secretary
Gil Colon as Bailiff
Leanna Creel as Shannon Wilson, Mrs. Wilson's child
Susan Edwards as Mrs. Wilson, Dyan's neighbor
Pat Finley as Judge Reneι Treyball
Mary Pat Gleason as Amanda Cooper
Leigh Reyburn as Deborah Richards
David Richards as Supervisor / Gerald
Blair Weickgenant (Weickgenont) as Lacy Reynolds, Dyan's secretary

Wendelin Harston as Maid
Sue Leiser as Buyer
Wayne Meledandri as Mechanic
Lance Migliaccio as Henchman #2
Gary Montgomery as Maitre D' / Gerard
Mark Schwiesow as Rocket, street savvy friend of Loomis'
Norm Silver as Security Guard
Huey Stewart as Henchman #1

Unit Production Manager … Billy Ray Smith
1st Assitant Director … Gary Grillo
2nd Assitant Director … Gail Joyce Fortmuller
Casting by Reuben Cannon & Associates & Robert J. Ulrich, C.S.A. & Eric Dawson
Costume Designer … Ronn Rynhart
Men's Costumer … Kelly A. King
Women's Costumer … Sharon T. Brunn
Costume Assistant … Kathleen A. Sanders
Make-Up … Patti Dallas & Dionne Smith & Emily Katz
Hair Stylists … Rosanne Bigelow & Kathy Mackay
Production Sound Mixer … James Emerson
Gaffer … Brad Lipson
Key Grip … Jerry Jencks
Camera Operator … Lee Nakahara
1st Camera Assistant … Douglas O'Kane
Production Accountant … Pamela Knapp
Script Supervisor … Jeff Glasser
Production Coordinator … Carol Ann Thomas
Set Decorator … Charlie Helms
Property Master … MacDonald-Petersen
Location Manager … Karen Beard
Construction Coordinator … Randy Holland
Stunt Coordinator … Gary Jensen
Transportation Coordinator … Gil Talamantes
Transportation Captain … Dave West
Production Executive … Donna Colabella
Production Consultant … Robert Benevides RB Productions
Legal Advisor … Dennis Smith
Post-Production Executive … Hal Harrison
Assistant Editor … Victoria Jensen
Post-Production Coordinator … Haya Tawatao
Main Title Design … Wayne Fitzgerald Sound Effects … Horta Editorial
Supervising Sound Editor … Eileen Horta
Re-Recording by Meridian Studios
Re-Recording Sound Mixers … Robert L. Harman C.A.S & James L. Aicholtz C.A.S & Allen L. Stone
Music Editorial … Do Re Me Music
Music Editor … Ted Roberts
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Executive In Charge of Production … Mike Moder

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