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Perry Mason 50th Anniversary Edition [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

3.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Classification: NR (Not Rated) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0012EM5F6
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It was my fathers favourite programme when I was growing up and this edition demonstrates why it was so popular .
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Best of Everything! Truly Binge-Worthy! 18 Aug. 2015
By Ruskin, FL. - Published on Amazon.com
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A great package deal! We received this just a few days ago, and have enjoyed several episodes. So-o-o-o nice not to need subtitles!!! So nice not to have to play back because one of us says, "What did he say?" For most current productions, we need subtitles. Subtitles are necessitated by superfluous and very loud background music, poor enunciation by today's ill-trained actors, and the modern trend of fast-speak accompanied by many "ums" and affected stammering. ("A-a-a-and...") To be fair, we need them sometimes for British productions, which is no fault of the actors, just that we need a little help with lingo, parlance, and pronunciation. Those of you who are similarly effected will be glad to know that the sound on these DVDs is excellent, the actors seem mostly be be theater trained, and you can hear every word.

The stories were always interesting, and we are happy that they remain relevant. With the exception of things like Della dialing the phone with her pencil and Paul not being able to text Perry on updates, these stories could happen today. There is lots of content, twists, mystery, and the fun of trying to figure out whodunit.

You will enjoy seeing big stars before they were big. Barbara Hale (Della) introduces each episode and gives you a heads-up on who to watch for. Be sure to opt for this feature. Speaking of features, we haven't seen any of them yet, but eagerly await things like Raymond Burr's interview with Charlie Rose.

An aspect of the series that may be of interest to some of you: Back in the 1960s, a lawyer friend--also a Perry Mason fan--told me that the courtroom procedures were accurately depicted. This, of course, excludes the guilty party jumping up in court and confessing.

Love this edition!
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good extras for Perry Mason fans 14 Feb. 2017
By MBFva - Published on Amazon.com
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After buying it along with the complete Perry Mason series, I agree with the other reviewer who said it's a must have for Perry Mason fans. Not for the several included shows, which duplicate what we already have in the complete series set, but for the movie, interviews, screen tests, etc.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars this is a Fun DVD to have 27 Mar. 2017
By Rosie from Portland Oregon - Published on Amazon.com
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Hi: If you are a Real "Perry Mason" TV Series Fan ... this is a Fun DVD to have. It's worth it for just the Extras ... The Screen Tests with Raymond Burr and William Hopper are really Great. The Quality is Nice. A Real Must Have and the Price is reasonable too.
27 of 27 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars CBS President Ordered The Lone Color Episode in 1965. 26 May 2008
By Mulroon - Published on Amazon.com
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It was fascinating to see the interview with Barbara Hale and Arthur Marks about episode #262, "The Case Of The Twice Told Twist", the only episode filmed in color. Early in the ninth season, CBS president William S. Paley ordered a color episode to be made so that he could see what "Perry Mason" looked like in color, should it be renewed for a 10th season (for the 1966-67 season, the season all prime time shows went color). The cost of the color episode was not much more than black and white. During it's 9th season, "Perry Mason" was competing with the 7th season of "Bonanza", a show that was #1 in the ratings from 1964-67, and which had been in color since it's premier in 1959. When it was decided that "Perry Mason" would not be renewed for another season (in mid-November, 1965) this prototype episode for a proposed 10th season, was aired 2/3 of the way through season 9, as the 21st of 30 episodes, on February 27, 1966. The color print of "The Case Of The Twice Told Twist" on this DVD is astonishingly vibrant; a far cry from a murky VHS copy I have from a TBS marathon from 1994. It's also at least 5 minutes longer at 51 minutes, 30 seconds. I was reluctant to purchase this 50th Anniversary Edition until season 3, volume 1, was revealed for an August, 2008 DVD release. When I saw this on sale, I decided I couldn't wait 6 years for the release of season 9, volume 2, to see a restored copy of the color episode, and hear the explanation on why this sole episode was done in color.
30 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Loving Tribute, Great Introduction to Classic Drama... 15 April 2008
By Benjamin J Burgraff - Published on Amazon.com
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Has it really been over 50 years since Perry Mason first walked into a television courtroom? It is a high compliment, viewing "Perry Mason (50th Anniversary Edition)", that the episodes are still as fresh, and entertaining, in a new millennium!

The episodes chosen for the collection may not be every fan's choice, but each is a gem; seeing Robert Redford, James Coburn, Adam West, Burt Reynolds, Bette Davis, Dick Clark, and a hot-tempered(!) Leonard Nimoy seamlessly enter the 'Mason' universe is great fun, and four episodes included should be on every 'Top' list; "The Case of the Deadly Verdict", where Mason actually LOSES; "The Case of the Twice Told Twist", the only color episode ever filmed; "The Case of the Dead Ringer", with Raymond Burr in dual roles (he's a hoot as a reprobate British sailor); and, of course, "The Case of the Final Fadeout", the last episode of the series. The episodes offer the option of an introduction by Barbara Hale (often with director Arthur Marks), which, while not necessary, are warm and often delightful.

The Disc 4 Special Features are certainly worth the price of the set, by themselves...The first 'Perry Mason' TV-movie, made nearly two decades after the series left the air, is a sweet reunion, as Della (Barbara Hale) is accused of murder, and Perry leaves the bench to defend her, aided by Paul Drake's son (Hale's real-life son, William Katt)...Raymond Burr's screen tests, for both the roles of Mason AND Hamilton Burger (William Hopper's test for the Mason role is also included, and shows just how mesmerizing Burr was, in both roles; thank goodness he became Mason, because as Burger, he'd have been unbeatable!)...a bittersweet "Person-to-Person" tour of Burr's home, from the late fifties (Burr, while justifiably proud of his home, rarely saw it during the series' nine-year run, as the nature of the scripts kept him at the studio, 24/7); two excerpts from Burr interviews with Charlie Rose from the 1980s; a loving biography of 'Mason' creator, Erle Stanley Gardner; the tragic TV anti-smoking ad by William Talman (who was dying of lung cancer); a funny "Stump the Stars" bit with the original cast, and MUCH more!

This is certainly one of my favorite DVD collections, and I HIGHLY recommend it, for both long-time fans, and viewers unfamiliar with the series. You're in for a treat!
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