Eva Belter seeks Perry Mason's assistance when she learns that someone has photographed her leaving an illegal gambling club with well-known politician Harrison Burke. She's not using her real name and wants Perry to deal with Spicy Bits magazine who she fears will publish the photos. Perry sees through her ruse and agrees to represent her. He has his own reasons for disliking Spicy Bits - a client of his committed suicide a year ago after they ran a story on him - but even he is shocked when he learns that Eva is married to George Belter, who secretly owns the magazine. Eva is something of a flirt and certainly does her best to work her charms on Perry, much to Della Street's annoyance. When George Belter is found dead, Perry works to identify the killer, realizing that it may be his client.
21 March 1963 (USA)
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Number 2, the winner, watch your hand.
The actual title of this episode is Erle Stanley Gardner's The Case of the Velvet Claws. See more