From The Perry Mason TV Show Book
This is the one and only Mason episode shot in color.
Eighteen-year-old Lennie Beale is involved with a gang of thieves who strip Perry's car to the frame. It turns out that Lennie has been with a cast of characters straight out of Oliver Twist. Benjamin Huggins, a wealthy art collector, is the modern-day Fagin who oversees a teenage car-stripping operation. Before Lennie gets Perry's message offering him immunity from prosecution in exchange for testimony against the gang, the boy is charged with murder. It appears that Bill Sikes, Lennie's immediate boss, shot Lennie's girlfriend, and Lennie stabbed the man to death.
"'Oliver Twist' (1836-37) appeared at Irregular intervals in a monthly magazine, 'Bentley's Miscellany,' edited by Dickens," dickens.wpi.edu/history observes. Mike Bedard 3.8.15.