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The Case of the Stuttering Bishop (8-Jun-1937)

Director: William Clemens

Writers: Kenneth Gamet; Don Ryan

From novel: The Case of the Stuttering Bishop by Erle Stanley Gardner

Keywords: Mystery, Perry Mason

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Veda Ann Borg
Actor
11-Jan-1915 16-Aug-1973 The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer
Ann Dvorak
Actor
2-Aug-1912 10-Dec-1979 Cesca in Scarface
Frank Faylen
Actor
8-Dec-1905 2-Aug-1985 The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis
Selmer Jackson
Actor
7-May-1888 30-Mar-1971 Character actor
Tom Kennedy
Actor
15-Jul-1885 6-Oct-1965 Character actor, 1910s to 1960s
Anne Nagel
Actor
29-Sep-1915 6-Jul-1966 The Green Hornet
Gordon Oliver
Actor
27-Apr-1910 26-Jan-1995 The Spiral Staircase
Craig Reynolds
Actor
15-Jul-1907 22-Oct-1949 The Fatal Hour
Donald Woods
Actor
2-Dec-1906 5-Mar-1998 The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms

CAST

with
Donald Woods   ...   Perry Mason
Ann Dvorak   ...   Della Street
Anne Nagel   ...   Janice Alma Brownley
Linda Perry   ...   Janice Seaton
Craig Reynolds   ...   Gordon Bixler
Gordon Oliver   ...   Philip Brownley
Joseph Crehan   ...   Paul Drake
Helen McKellar   ...   Stella Kenwood
Edward McWade   ...   Bishop Mallory
Tom Kennedy   ...   Jim Magooney
Mira McKinney   ...   Ida Gilbert
Frank Faylen   ...   Charlie Downs
Douglas Wood   ...   Renald C. Brownley
Veda Ann Borg   ...   Gladys
George Lloyd   ...   Peter Sacks
Selmer Jackson   ...   Victor Stockton
Charles Wilson   ...   Hamilton Burger

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