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4 thoughts on “The Perry Mason Book

  1. says:

    If this was available in a print format not electronic I might have rounded up to 5 stars But this type of book a reference book first and foremost is not well suited to a kindle and unfortunately the experience suffered fo

  2. says:

    This is a book in progress Every time I watch a new episode of the series I read the production notes on that particular show The bo

  3. says:

    A Good Book for Perry Mason FansWhen I was a kid I wanted to watch another program on Saturday night's But my parents wanted to watch Perry Mason They won I was mad so I started calling him Perry Tomato Fast forward about 55 years and I find myself addicted to the Perry Mason show I watch it every weekday since I am now retired And this book taught me a lot about the background of each show as well as bloopers to look for I enjo

  4. says:

    Very informativeThis was very thorough from studio locations to types of cars used Good reference book for the die hard Perry fan

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READ & DOWNLOAD ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Þ Jim Davidson

The Perry Mason Book

Perry Mason fictional champion lawyer created by author Erle Stanley Gardner and embodied by actor Raymond Burr is an American cultural icon His exploits have been enjoyed by generations of fans through bo. If this was available in a print format not electronic I might have rounded up to 5 stars But this type of book a reference book first and foremost is not well suited to a kindle and unfortunately the experience suffered for the medium Jim Davidson has done an amazing job of gathering several hundred pages worth of details trivia and almost long forgotten tidbits about the Perry Mason show While there is some information regarding the books movies and later television attempts the 1957 1966 tv show makes up the bulk of the material Which makes sense especially if you read the Davidson s intro The book is well researched not badly written and would be of interest to anyone interested in Perry Mason history of television or television production processes It s fascinating However I of course have a few minor critiues Formatting As mentioned above this should not be a kindle book It would be amazing as a coffee table reference guide one you could easily navigate as you watch an old episode or 10 of the series Additionally within the content Davidson does an admirable job of cross referencing to other episodes but he uses the episode number instead of the name so it is not particularly helpful beyond general early mid late placements in the timeline I wish Davidson would have created a separate section for the music facts for each episode instead of dumping it into the Notes just as he does do with cars they are separated from the general triviafacts I suggest this mostly because I do not care about the music most of the time so it got very annoying to have to wade through it to see if there were any personally interesting details intermixed or after Content While generally very good and reasonably neutral Davidson and I clearly do not always agree on what constitutes the best or the worst episodes plots or acting And as a referencetrivia guide I would have preferred neutrality from the author or even a separate section outside of Notes where he mini reviewed the episode As is his opinion is presented as fact and even when I agree it is an irritating jolt outside of the info focused tone of the book I know it always sounds like I m complaining And I am But that should not take away from how amazing this compendium is or how thoroughly impressed I am with Jim Davidson s research and organization I just wish it came in paper form And that the Notes sections was broken up a bit there were at least a few tidbits that I think may have been wrong or partially wrong but because it is in Kindle form I can t easily go back and find them to either confirm or refute I could definitely be the one who is wrong but because of the medium I cannot easily check and may never know for sure Fire and Desire up to 5 stars But this type of book a reference book first and foremost is not well suited to a kindle and The Forgotten Memoir of John Knox unfortunately the experience suffered for the medium Jim Davidson has done an amazing job of gathering several hundred pages worth of details trivia and almost long forgotten tidbits about the Perry Mason show While there is some information regarding the books movies and later television attempts the 1957 1966 tv show makes The Illusionists up the bulk of the material Which makes sense especially if you read the Davidson s intro The book is well researched not badly written and would be of interest to anyone interested in Perry Mason history of television or television production processes It s fascinating However I of course have a few minor critiues Formatting As mentioned above this should not be a kindle book It would be amazing as a coffee table reference guide one you could easily navigate as you watch an old episode or 10 of the series Additionally within the content Davidson does an admirable job of cross referencing to other episodes but he Planet of the Bugs uses the episode number instead of the name so it is not particularly helpful beyond general early mid late placements in the timeline I wish Davidson would have created a separate section for the music facts for each episode instead of dumping it into the Notes just as he does do with cars they are separated from the general triviafacts I suggest this mostly because I do not care about the music most of the time so it got very annoying to have to wade through it to see if there were any personally interesting details intermixed or after Content While generally very good and reasonably neutral Davidson and I clearly do not always agree on what constitutes the best or the worst episodes plots or acting And as a referencetrivia guide I would have preferred neutrality from the author or even a separate section outside of Notes where he mini reviewed the episode As is his opinion is presented as fact and even when I agree it is an irritating jolt outside of the info focused tone of the book I know it always sounds like I m complaining And I am But that should not take away from how amazing this compendium is or how thoroughly impressed I am with Jim Davidson s research and organization I just wish it came in paper form And that the Notes sections was broken Fishes of the Open Ocean up a bit there were at least a few tidbits that I think may have been wrong or partially wrong but because it is in Kindle form I can t easily go back and find them to either confirm or refute I could definitely be the one who is wrong but because of the medium I cannot easily check and may never know for sure

CHARACTERS The Perry Mason Book

Oks television movies radio and other media Drawing on original interviews correspondence and production records this is the first in depth history of the character providing a uniue behind the scenes acco. This is a book in progress Every time I watch a new episode of the series I read the production notes on that particular show The book is wonderful I am so glad to find it and would recommend it to any Perry Mason fan or even Raymond Burr fan You really get to know these stars well They spent so much time together that they were the same as family to one another Hope you enjoy this book as much as I have

READ & DOWNLOAD ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Þ Jim Davidson

Unt of every stage in his development Included are detailed listings of every one of his cases thoroughly indexed No Perry Mason fan – from the casual to the most avid – will want to be without this bo. A Good Book for Perry Mason FansWhen I was a kid I wanted to watch another program on Saturday night s But my parents wanted to watch Perry Mason They won I was mad so I started calling him Perry Tomato Fast forward about 55 years and I find myself addicted to the Perry Mason show I watch it every weekday since I am now retired And this book taught me a lot about the background of each show as well as bloopers to look for I enjoyed this book about Perry Tomato

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  • 02 February 2019
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About the Author: Jim Davidson

Jim Davidson is the founder and past president of the National Association for the Advancement of Perry Mason He has contributed research to books about Prime Time Network TV Shows and Hollywood Librarians note There is than one author in the Goodreads database with this name