Dennis wants to help out for Paint-up, Clean-up week. So Mr. Wilson gives Dennis a bucket of red paint to paint his wagon with. Dennis however also decides to paint the street curve by Mr. Wilson's house and Mr. Wilson gets blamed for it.Watch Now:Amazon
Mr. Wilson and Dennis' father plan a secret early-morning fishing trip without Dennis, but he suspects something is afoot due to various clues they leave. Their sleep the night before is disrupted by Dennis' restless curiosity.Watch Now:Amazon
Dennis successfully eludes a babysitter and sneaks out of the house to go to a cowboy movie that his parents are also attending.Watch Now:Amazon
Dennis mistakes Mr. Wilson's dahlia bulbs for sweet potatoes, and, after his bedtime, he switches the sweet potatoes for dahlia bulbs.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Perry has all kinds of troubles in this one when a murder brings him into the tangled financial and personal affairs of the wealthy Balfour family.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
George and Dorothy's nightly television viewing has been getting interupted by Hazel who's excuse is that her television set in her room is broken. This leads to George taking her down to the store to by her one, which is where she decides to get a color TV and quickly becomes the talk of the town.
Wealthy rancher John Brant forecloses on Jo Ann Blanchard's mortgage and takes possession of her prized stallion. Jo Ann goes to Perry for help in getting the horse back but soon needs Perry's aid in getting her off a murder charge she is arrested for killing Brant.Watch Now:Amazon
Perry returns to his office late one night and finds an attractive woman climbing into his balcony window. She claims to be Virginia Colfax, the secretary of Ed Garvin who has an office next door to Perry's. Ms. Colfax says that she climbed into Perry's office in order to escape from Garvin's hot tempered wife but Perry later learns that Garvin is married to two women. Garvin and second wife Lorrie are sent to Mexico by Perry until he can clear up the matter but when Garvin's first wife, Ethel, is murdered there's an even bigger mess on the scene. And just who in the world is Virginia Colfax, the woman climbing in the window?Watch Now:Amazon
18 year-old Trudy's mother has died leaving her $10 million and suddenly men claiming to be her long-lost father are coming into town. The only one who could identify the real father, a blind uncle, is killed, but by who?Watch Now:Amazon
Evelyn Forbes escapes from a mental institution only to be charged with murder. The key to the case is a dog that continues to howl no matter what.Watch Now:Amazon
Mr. Wilson returns from a camping trip, inspiring Dennis and Tommy to camp out in the backyard. That night, Mr. Wilson mistakenly thinks the circus train has crashed and the animals have escaped, but the noises are only the Mitchells' neighbor playing a sound-effects record.Watch Now:Amazon
Dennis helps Mr. Wilson sell a neighbor's house.Watch Now:Amazon
Dennis tries to fix up his Grandpa Perkins with Miss Cathcart and other ladies in the neighborhood.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Hazel is in no mood to be the perfect maid to an important client of George's after she gets a parking ticket that she is sure she didn't deserve. Although, the fine is only a couple of dollars, Hazel wants George to represent her and help her prove that she wan't at fault.
Attempting to miss hitting her stepfather's car, Patricia Faxon swerves as she enters her driveway and hits the hedges. After asking her stepfather, Bertrand Allred, to move his car, he finds Bob Fleetwood badly hurt next to the hedges. Assuming Patricia accidently hit Bob Fleetwood, Bertrand and Lucille Allred take Bob to a hotel. The next morning Bertrand Allred is found dead in his car, near the hotel, where the car left the road and went through the guard rail. Lucille Allred is accused of killing her husband when she is seen walking back to the hotel shortly after Bertrand's car left.Watch Now:Amazon
Bishop Arthur Mallory is met in his hotel room by Wallace Lang, an associate of a wealthy man named Charles Burroughs. He is warned thru physical violence to stop looking for the real granddaughter of Charles Burroughs. Carol Delaney helps the bishop with his wounds and hears an incredible story that she may be the real granddaughter, Janice Burroughs. She doesn't believe him at first but changes her mind when she is also visited by Wallace Lang and warned to drop this idea. Carol is invited to meet Charles Burroughs and later the same night he is found dead. Carol is accused of his murder when the knife used to murder Mr. Burroughs is found to belong to her carving set.Watch Now:Amazon
Sybil Granger hires Perry to help her buy stock in her estranged husband's oil company on the sly. By this, Sybil hopes to force her husband's latest girlfriend, Roxy Howard, out of the company and his life altogether. Things get complicated when George Lutz enters the picture and gets shot to death.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Donna Kress, a singer, is preparing a demo for a recording contract. She has been carrying on a long term affair with a married man, Frank Thatcher. That night Frank Thatcher is involved in a hit-and-run accident but does not report the incident. He is the son-in-law of Henry W. Dameron, a very wealthy businessman. To avoid publicity, Henry Dameron instructs Frank Thatcher to pay off the dead man's family anonymously. Frank uses Paul Drake to take care of the details. After Paul Drake speaks to the widow he uncovers the fact of the hit-and-run accident which Frank did not reveal. Later he confronts Frank Thatcher, a fistfight ensues, and Paul Drake is knocked unconscious. Later Frank Thatcher is found dead in the same apartment with Paul Drake after he wakes up. Paul Drake is accused of the murder when his gun is found to be the murder weapon.Watch Now:Amazon
Dennis thinks his father is broke, so he sells bottles in an attempt to make some extra money while informing the neighborhood of the Mitchells' dire straits.Watch Now:Amazon
Perry and Della witness an automobile accident which leads Perry to defend an exotic dancer charged with murder.
Peter Cole is caught one night sleepwalking with a letter opener and standing over his wife's bed. His wife Doris is afraid and decides the next day to file for divorce. Exactly one year later, when the divorce is to be finalized, Frank Maddox, Peter's business partner, meets with Doris Cole. Together they arrange to force Peter Cole to pay Frank Maddox $500K to buy his share of the business or Doris will stop the divorce that Peter wants. That night Frank Maddox spends the night at Peter Cole's house and exchanges bedrooms with Phillip Kendall, Peter's stepbrother. The next morning Phillip Kendall is found dead in bed and Peter Cole is accused of murder due to his known sleepwalking.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
There's a new sexy, vivacious lady in town! Her name is Pleasure O'Riley, a model who is hiding from her overly jealous boyfriend, Thor "Thunderbolt" Swenson. She calls on the Stephens late one night and needs protection from Thor, who found out her new address. Darrin agrees to help her out, and when Thor comes to look for Pleasure, Samantha makes him think that Darrin's got a thing going on with Pleasure. When Thor goes after Darrin, Samantha turns him into his grandmother. Darrin might be saved, but Abner isn't! After Abner gets knocked out for no reason at all, Pleasure's lawyer puts a restraining order on Thor to keep him away, but not before taking her to the mayor's office for an honor she has received.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Jockey Tic Barton is in a mess of trouble. First he's fired when his horse loses a fixed race and then he's charged with murder after confronting Johnny Starr, the man actually responsible for the fix. And, oh yes, Tic's wife was having an affair with the murder victim. It's up to Perry to set things right.Watch Now:Amazon
Harold is out playing and finds an abandoned dog and brings him home. Hazel and Dorothy are overjoyed but the joy becomes fear when they remember that George forbids a dog in the house. This leads them to plot together to convince George to let Harold keep the dog.
Dennis and Tommy fix a fallen street signpost but fail to notice they've put it up with the street names facing in the wrong direction.Watch Now:Amazon
A competitor of Dorothy's is trying to get her to join her interior decorating business but Dorothy is content with her own small business despite few customers. This prompts Hazel to try to influence the new neighbors into hiring Dorothy to furnish their home.
After one of the biggest names in fashion is poisoned after embarassing her husband on TV, the husband is not rightly the prime suspect.Watch Now:Amazon
Donald Briggs is an unscrupulous private investigator hired by Clyde Waters to uncover information about Marv Adams, his daughter's fiance. Briggs learned that Marv Adams' father was Ben Devereaux who was convicted of murder 18 years ago. Donald Briggs is trying to blackmail Clyde Waters and Martha Norris in return for keeping silent about certain facts regarding the Devereaux case. The next evening Donald Briggs is found dead in his motel room and Marv Adams is accused of the murder because he had a fight with Donald Briggs the previous morning.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Perry goes on a fishing trip in a small Sierra Nevada town with his old friend, Sheriff Gene Norris but as usual manages to get sidetracked into another murder case when Phil Beecher returns from jail. It seems as though Phil did time for negligent homicide for the car accident which killed the daughter of Sheriff Norris. Charlotte Norris, sister of the decedant, wants revenge and frames Phil for a robbery but is herself killed. Can Perry prevent things from getting out of hand in the village?Watch Now:Amazon
This, the First episode of "Perry Mason," was a real cliff-hanger. Perry drives to the scene of a shooting and finds the police recovering the body of Harry Merrill from a car that went over the side of a mountain. MerriIl has a bullet in his body and a pillowcase over his head. This is a coincidence, because Perry's client Evelyn Bagby, claims she was chased by a hooded man in a car near the same cliff that day. She fired two shots at the man's car to scare him off, and now the police want her for murder.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Mr. Wilson thinks he has discovered a space satellite when in reality it is Dennis shooting glow-in-the-dark ping-pong balls out of his blaster gun.Watch Now:Amazon
An heiress to her uncle's fortune is charged with the murder of a female private investigator during a search for her missing uncle.Watch Now:Amazon
While trying to teach Harold how to kick a football, Hazel realizes that what is needed in town is a playground for the children. This leads her to go all out to try to get one despite George and his clients' opinion.
Charles Houston cleverly get away with killing his wife by making it look like she died in a car accident. Then a wildlife photographer shows up with the murder on film and Charles discovers that his sister-in-law has squandered all the profits from his oil well. The situation then goes from awful to good grief when the sister-in-law is found locked in a room with Houston's corpse.Watch Now:Amazon
Dennis is very upset because he doesn't know how to whistle, so he spends all day trying to learn.Watch Now:Amazon
Mr. Wilson attempts to start a fire like the pioneers did for Dennis' Junior Pathfinders club and nearly burns down the place.Watch Now:Amazon
Perry defends Richard Hammond who is charged with killing his former girlfriend by running over her with his car. A shady lawyer and a witness demanding a payoff complicate the defense.
Major Frank Lessing, a payroll officer on an Army base, is found murdered and Sgt. Joseph Dexter is charged with the crime. The case hinges on a payroll robbery committed in the Phillippines years before. It seems as though some of the bills from that robbery were turning up on the base.
Two troubled women, Millie Crest and Fern Driscoll, switch identities. Millie, posing as Fern, stabs shady private eye Carl Davis in the arm in self-defense. Davis then turns up dead from poisoning of the stab wound to his arm. Millie then gets Perry to help her in return for a 38 cent retainer.
DOUBLE DOPPELGANGER ALERT! Endora poses as Samantha so she can take her place at a dress fitting. But an author, Bob Frazer, falls for Endora-Samantha, the worst part being that Gladys has seen them both together. Darrin tells the real Samantha that Bob Frazer is visiting them, and Bob mistakes her for the woman he met in the department store, which was Endora. Sam confronts Endora about it, and Endora, as Sam, tries to break it up with Bob. To break the confusion in this episode, Bob thinks that Endora-Sam and Samantha are identical twins.Watch Now:iTunes
Mr. Wilson's Niece is getting married and asks Dennis to be the ring bearer.Watch Now:Amazon
Harry Bright and Chuck Clark were once best friends and business partners until Margaret entered the picture. Margaret was a much younger woman on the make who entranced Chuck into marrying her. When Margaret is found shot to death, Harry is arrested for the crime but the more Perry digs into the victim's past the more convoluted things get.
Martin Selkirk is a major league rotter who wants Claire Allison in the worst way even though she's dating Dirk Benedict. Selkirk has Dirk's jaw broken and begins sending Claire threatening mail. Then Selkirk is murdered in his beach house and Claire is arrested for the crime. Perry takes the case and finds that the evidence points in the direction of Selkirk's five year old son. Or does it?
Dennis is trying to learn about how to earn money by working. His dad eventually starts him on an allowance.Watch Now:Amazon
Carla Adrian is having trouble fending off amorous neighbor Mark Cushing.When another neighbor hears a shot and a woman's scream saw Carla's Mother Belle Adrian in Mark Cushing's cabin,it's not long before the police discover Mark Cushing and arrest Mrs Belle Adrian.Perry Mason comes to defend Mrs. Belle Adrian.Watch Now:iTunes
Perry and Della are traveling on a cruise ship returning to Los Angeles from Vancouver. Carl Houser jumps overboard from the ship and is presumed drowned. Houser later turns up on shore but with a bullet wound in his body. Anna Houser, Carl's wife, is charged with the murder of her husband. The case hinges on a tax evasion case in which the late victim sat on the jury and held out for acquittal as well as a mysterious man on board the cruise ship who was in a wheelchair and had his face wrapped in bandages.
Slimy Jack Hardisty embezzles $100,000.00 from his father-in-law, Dr. Blane. The greedy Hardisty then tries to blackmail the good doctor for more. Perry is hired by Dr. Blane to put an end to Hardisty's machinations but before he can swing into action the rogue turns up dead. Dr. Blane is charged with the murder forcing Perry to do some intricate courtroom work involving a wildlife camera triggered by a buried clock which took misleading pictures of the actual killer.