Larry Germaine, A.D.A. to Burger, has a girl friend with expensive tastes. She is disliked by his mother and becomes a tool to make it look like Larry is messing with a legal case. He is seen over her body stabbed with his mother's prop.
Larry Germaine is a young lawyer working for Hamilton Burger as an Assistant District Attorney. He's taken up with fast company, however, in the form of Carina Wileen, who loves to party and spend money. He really can't afford her lifestyle and Burger questions the choices he's made. Larry has decided not to pursue a criminal fraud complaint scientist Jack Randall has filed against Brady Duncan. When Burger begins to questions his ethics, Larry does not react well. His mother, Mignon Germaine, is also against his relationship with Carina, even visiting her at her home to get her to leave her son alone. Mignon has a nightclub act at the Club Caribbe centered around voodoo mysticism. When she sees Carina at the club, she stabs a voodoo doll in front of her and the girl collapses. It's only later, when Larry visits Carine in the hospital, that he is found by a nurse standing over Carine's body with a dagger stabbed through her chest. It's left to Perry Mason to sort out the killer from ...Written by
Raymond Burr's right arm is injured and is hidden under his coat. At the beginning of the story you can see it is not in the coat sleeve but under the coat. You can also see this when he is sitting at the defense table. The camera never shows his right arm. Close ups of his face are used when he is in the scene. Or like in the final scene, his right arm is hidden (behind Gary Collins) and not seen. See more »
Before Perry calls Brady Duncan to the stand, Neil Howard is shown sitting behind Ms. Duncan among the spectators. From that point forward, he is shown sitting to her left. See more »
The character Mignon Germaine, played to the hilt by Faye Wray, thanks Perry for coming by her dressing room so soon after his accident. Perry's right arm is under his jacket for the entire episode. His accident is never explained.
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