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11 thoughts on “Would Perry Mason Take This Case?”
I always assumed this event coincided with his absence from the series. Hamburger was a party dude. lol
Bring back LEWD VAGRANCY laws!!!!
Must have been quite the party, 😉
When Perry was asked this question, he jumped to his feet and exclaimed, “That’s incompetent, irrelevant and immaterial!”
Jackie Chiles: “That’s totally inappropriate. It’s lewd, lascivious, salacious, outrageous.”
“You’re out of order. This whole courtroom is out of order!”
It’s just idol gossip.
Half of what the news channels report these days is idol gossip. When an actor or musician dies the news people slap on black arm bands and lower the flag to half-staff. We used to reserve such an honor for Presidents. Watching news channels is like watching The View.
Adding to the idle/idol gossip I read that Tallman was modeling female garments at said “party”.
You won’t get that on the View. 😉
He did appear to be kind of light in the loafers. It is well known that Raymond Burr enjoyed cross-examining those types.
Rest In Peace Jerry Springer “Prince of Gossip”