If you are looking for the great Perry Mason from the Erle Stanley Gardner books, look no more!! This is another great piece by Colonial Radio Theater. All my favorites are there-hard hitting Perry, efficient Della, and shrewd Paul. Great entertainment! I have listened to this many times and find this dramatization to be so enjoyable.
This story is very true to the Gardner's novels. Love Perry-daring, dashing and cool. My family loves CRT's Perry Mason too. I listen to this often. the quality of this dramatization is excellent. Thanks for a great story!!
Erle Stanley Gardner would be proud of this production!! Perry is the best. The CRT players liven up this great story. The best entertainment ever. Thanks for a great production.
This is a new recording of a Paul Temple story which had been lost from the archives.
Using many of the sound effects used in old recordings together with some pleasing performances by the actors, this production should appeal to fans of the series.
The producers have taken their time to make this enjoyable to listen to. They have even included resumes of the previous chapter, just in case you need to stop listening and come back to it. Crawford Logan as Paul and Gerda as Steve are actors whose voices are most suited to their roles. There is not a bad performance in the entire cast. Allowing for a few cliched accents here and there. As with most of the paul temple series, you get lulled into cozy chats about country houses and pink gins, and then suddenly somebody is found dead. You need to concentrate or you miss the important bits.