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Perry Mason: The Sixth Season - Volume One

Raymond Burr , William Hopper    Unrated   DVD
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Perry Mason is an attorney who specializes in defending seemingly indefensible cases. With the aid of his secretary Della Street and investigator Paul Drake, he often finds that by digging deeply into the facts, startling facts can be revealed. Often relying on his outstanding courtroom skills, he often tricks or traps people into unwittingly admitting their guilt.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Perry Mason Sept. 27 2013
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Great to see him back. Excellent writing and casting. I look for more to come. Raymond Burr at his best.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Perry - 6th season May 31 2013
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Continues the fine level of the series. Excellent cast with very good writing. I still say that this series sets the tone for all law based TV series to todays date.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great To See These Again March 31 2012
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It's great to see the way television used to be written and produced. There are a lot of great shows on today but these old shows were somehow "different". Not better or worse; just different.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome for the Raymond Burr fans Jan. 16 2012
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My husband is a Perry Mason fan and so is my mother so he is happy to share them with her. When Perry was on TV we all watched the show,it was a mystery to keep us entertained. We have all seasons and they are great.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Lawyer for All Time Nov. 6 2011
By Glenn Charles - Published on Amazon.com
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No actor can top the performance of Raymond Burr as Earl Stanley Gardiner's Perry Mason. Each TV season gets better and better. Compared with the movie theater Perry Mason of the 1930's and 1940's this series reveals the true character of Perry Mason wrapped in honesty, ethics, and fairness. The quality of the DVD's is outstanding and brings you back to a different time that seems as believable and modern as today.
33 of 42 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Show, but tampered closing theme song Oct. 4 2011
By M. Cuccia - Published on Amazon.com
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I've been a Perry Mason "fan" for over 40 years, ever since a local station was rerunning it late at night in the late 1960s/early 1970s. I've taped all 271 ep's from Ch.17 (WTBS/Turner) Atlanta in the 1980s, from another local station in the 1980s/90s, and from Hallmark in the 1990s. I'm also currently watching it twice daily on "Me-TV" as well. And I've been buying the (CBS/Viacom/Paramount) "half-season" DVDs ever since the first half of the first season came out in 2006.

The show is one of my all-time favorites, esp. the 1st thru 7th seasons. The 8th (1964/65) and 9th/final (1965/66) seasons are still good, but in my opinion, not "as" good as earlier seasons. As the mid-1960s approached, two other CBS-owned shows also began to "slip" a bit in my opinion, Gunsmoke and Rawhide. (Have Gun Will Travel and Twilight Zone had already ceased production with 1962/63 and 1963/64, respectively).

I'm very happy that CBS/Viacom/Paramount has continued with the DVD releases, and have just started watching the 1st-half 6th-season DVDs. I have also pre-ordered the 2nd-half 6th-season DVDs from Amazon, and hope that both halves of the 7th season will also soon be out on DVD.

But CBS/Viacom/Paramount has TAMPERED with the closing theme on most of these (1st-half) 6th-season episodes! The closing theme on the 6th and 7th seasons was in "two parts", almost like the 5th season's "two part" closing themes. (Also similar to how Gomer Pyle and Dick van Dyke has "two part" closing themes, which is more like 5th season Perry closings). But CBS/Viacom/Paramount has "re-edited" the two-part closing themes on these DVDs into a "continuous" closing credits/theme. It might not matter to some, but to "die-hard" fans, the "essence" of the 6th season closing theme is gone, with the re-edited version that CBS/Via/Paramount has done to it! At least ONE episode on the first-half 6th-season DVD set still has the original "two-part" version of the closing theme, "Case of the Shoplifter's Shoe" (with Lurene Tuttle, Margaret O'Brien, Leonard Nimoy, Shirley Mitchell, Arthur Batanides, and James Millhollin), and that's probably because this "case" is the same version that was on the 2008 Perry 50th Anniversary special DVD set. (The version on the 50th Anniversary DVD set also has the closing "production side card" with the sketch of the statue of Lady Justice, which really should NOT be there in 6th or later season ep's though! CBS only used that in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th seasons, each with a different fanfare music, and in the 1st/2nd seasons, the stack of books for the closing production title with fanfare music).

The 7th season of Perry had the same type of 2-part closing theme/credits that the 6th season did when originally done by CBS in 1963/64. I sure hope that CBS/Viacom/Paramount will NOT tamper with closing credits/themes for the two halves 7th season DVD sets. It's probably too late to mention the 2nd-half 6th-season since it's due out in just over a month, though.

And, also to CBS/Viacom/Paramount, whenever you release the two halves of the 4th/final season of (Desilu's) Untouchables, PLEASE include ALL "bump" music/titling! The "out-tro" bumps before the commercial breaks at :15, :30, :45 were there in the 1st season DVD sets (both halves), but cut-out of the 2nd and 3rd season DVD sets (both halves), although the FINAL "out-tro" bump just before the closing theme in 1st/2nd/3rd season sets is thankfully still there.

Traditional intro's/out-tro's (bumps) and "billboards", etc. _ARE_ of interest to us "due-hard" fans! And where's the "Statue of Justice" that Perry used as "bumps" before or after commercial breaks too?

Mark
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5.0 out of 5 stars Television's first legal eagle returns with another half-season case load Oct. 13 2011
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P.S. Colbert, DVD Verdict --Like leather-bound rows of literary classics on a book shelf, installments of Perry Mason all tend to look the same, if only from the outside.

Sure, most episodes in Perry Mason: Season 6, Volume 1 build to a courtroom climax involving a blurted confession from the real villain, but there are exceptions, including one where "the case" not only never comes before the bench, but develops, unfolds, and is resolved by Perry while he's on vacation!

Certainly, long-suffering D.A. Hamilton Burger (William Talman) sets himself up yet again for the latest in a series of bruising professional defeats, but don't you think it's time we gave credit where credit is due? This guy never prosecutes a case he doesn't believe in, and he takes his lumps so gracefully that as one episode concludes, he actually smiles and says "You know, Perry, maybe for once, I was wrong."

The quality of these restorations continues to amaze, and though there are moments that betray bits of dirt and drop-off, they are just that: moments, and they are rare indeed.

Say what you will about Paramount's insistence on breaking these seasons into halves and not providing extras, but you can't deny that you get what you pay for.

-Full review at dvdverdict.com
67 of 92 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars PERRY: YOU ARE ALWAYS 5 STARS IN MY BOOK Aug. 10 2011
By Earline Taylor - Published on Amazon.com
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BOY! I CAN'T WAIT UNTIL DECEMBER 25, 2011. THAT IS THE DAY I WILL BE CURLED UP WATCHING PERRY MASON SEASON 6 VOLUME 1. YES, SIRREE, ME AND A LARGE CUP OF STEAMING HOT COCOA, AN EXPENSIVE BOX OF CHOCOLATE AND PERRY MASON. I AM SO GLAD THAT THERE ARE ONLY 3 EPISODES I RECALL SEEING: THE CASE OF THE BOGUS BOOKS, THE CASE OF THE DODGING DOMINO, AND THE CASE OF THE SHOPLIFTER'S SHOE. THAT MEANS THE OTHER 11 EPISODES WILL BE FRESH TO ME AND I CAN HARDLY WAIT. THE OTHER EPISODES ON THIS VOLUME ARE:

THE CASE OF THE CAPRICIOUS CORPSE
THE CASE OF THE PLAYBOY PUGILIST
THE CASE OF THE DOUBLE-ENTRY MIND
THE CASE OF THE HATEFUL HERO
THE CASE OF THE UNSUITABLE UNCLE
THE CASE OF THE STAND-IN SISTER
THE CASE OF THE WEARY WATCHDOG
THE CASE OF THE LURID LETTER
THE CASE OF THE FICKLE FILLY
THE CASE OF THE POLKA-DOT PONY
THE CASE OF THE BLUFFING BLAST

THIS VOLUME IS AVAILABLE ON OCTOBER 4, 2011 AND RIGHT NOW IT CAN BE PRE-ORDERED. I CAN'T WAIT TO GET MINE. AND I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO VOLUME 2. HERE'S TO ALL OF THE PERRY MASON FANS: ENJOY!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Stories We Still Can't Solve Dec 12 2011
By Sharon Kane - Published on Amazon.com
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Another great set of whodunits which neither my husband nor I can correctly solve. We typically stop the playback at the next to last break, discuss the possible perps, make our selections then continue to watch. Usually we're both wrong.

The packaging and quality of the series continues to be very good. We are very pleased with this set and look forward to additional releases.
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