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The Case of the Lucky Legs (5-Oct-1935)

Director: Archie Mayo

Writers: Brown Holmes; Ben Markson; Jerome Chodorov

From novel: The Case of the Lucky Legs by Erle Stanley Gardner

Keywords: Mystery, Comedy, Perry Mason

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Patricia Ellis
Actor
20-May-1916 26-Mar-1970 Picture Snatcher
Porter Hall
Actor
19-Sep-1888 6-Oct-1953 Going My Way
Allen Jenkins
Actor
9-Apr-1900 20-Jul-1974 American character actor
Barton MacLane
Actor
25-Dec-1902 1-Jan-1969 Gen. Peterson on I Dream of Jeannie
Henry O'Neill
Actor
10-Aug-1891 18-May-1961 Anchors Aweigh
Craig Reynolds
Actor
15-Jul-1907 22-Oct-1949 The Fatal Hour
Lyle Talbot
Actor
8-Feb-1902 2-Mar-1996 The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet
Genevieve Tobin
Actor
29-Nov-1899 21-Jul-1995 One Hour with You
Mary Treen
Actor
27-Mar-1907 29-Jul-1989 It's A Wonderful Life
Warren William
Actor
2-Dec-1894 24-Sep-1948 Imitation of Life

CAST

with
Warren William   ...   Perry Mason
Genevieve Tobin   ...   Della Street
Patricia Ellis   ...   Margie
Lyle Talbot   ...   Dr. Doray
Allen Jenkins   ...   Spudsy
Barton MacLane   ...   Bisonette
And
Peggy Shannon   ...   Thelma Bell
Porter Hall   ...   Bradbury
Anita Kerry   ...   Eva Lamont
Craig Reynolds   ...   Frank Patton
Henry O'Neill   ...   Manchester
Charles Wilson   ...   Ricker
Joseph Crehan   ...   Johnson
Olin Howland   ...   Doctor
Mary Treen   ...   Spudsy's Wife
Joseph Downing   ...   Sanborne

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