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DVD Review: Perry Mason: Movie Collection (Volume 1)

All rise for the return of the greatest lawyer in TV history. »»

DVD Review: Perry Mason (Season 9, Volume 2 - The Final Season)

Joe Corey reviews his 19th Perry Mason collection for InsidePulse. That's 18 half season sets and 50th Anniversary Edition collection. At this point, he's now qualified to defend litigants on The People's Court. »»

DVD Review: Perry Mason (The Final Season - Season 9, Volume 1)

Perry Mason: The Final Season - Season 9, Volume 1 doesn't seem like a show ready to wrap up. »»

DVD Review: Perry Mason (Season 8, Volume 2)

Perry Mason: Season 8, Volume 2 finishes the penultimate season with more legal thrillers that turn simple legal situations into major homicides. »»

DVD Review: Perry Mason (Season 8, Volume 1)

This volume covers the last hurrah of Ray Collins as Lt. Tragg. »»

DVD Review: Perry Mason (Season 7, Volume 2)

Perry Mason can still hold an audience even when you know the guilty party in the courtroom. »»

DVD Review: Perry Mason (Season 7, Volume 1)

This boxset contains the biggest upset of October, 1963 if you don't count the Los Angeles Dodgers sweeping the New York Yankees in the World Series. »»

DVD Review: Perry Mason (Season 6, Volume 2)

Thankfully Raymond Burr returned to the set before he was replaced by Ashton Kutcher. »»

DVD Review: Perry Mason (Season 6, Volume 1)

Perry Mason: Season 6, Volume 1 packs more legal excitement into a briefcase than Nancy Grace can dismiss. »»

DVD Review: Garrow's Law (Series 2)

These four episodes roll into each other like a great mini-series. »»

Garrow’s Law (Series 1) - DVD Review

Garrow’s Law: The legal series that had the nerve to lose the three piece suits for proper leggings. »»

Perry Mason: Season 5, Volume 2 - DVD Review

Perry Mason: Season 5, Volume 2 marks the second half of the show’s original run, but it’s not downhill. »»

Rumpole of the Bailey: The Complete Series - Megaset - DVD Review

The hour long episodes easily juggle Rumple’s case investigation, office situation and domestic life. It’s a well rounded view of a well rounded man. »»

Film Noir Classic Collection: Volume 5 - DVD Review

Film Noir Classic Collection: Volume 5 gives eight lesser titles a chance to shine. They show that film noir can happen around the world without an age limit. »»

Perry Mason: Season 5, Volume 1 - DVD Review

Perry Mason: Season 5, Volume 1 has 15 more cases that can be entered into evidence to this phenomenon. »»

Perry Mason: Season 4, Volume 2 - DVD Review

Perry Mason: Season 4, Volume 2 has a dozen cases that contain enough change ups to keep you guessing which suspect will confess in the courtroom. »»

Perry Mason: Season 4, Volume 1 - DVD Review

The writers don’t merely let us know who did it, but how it was done. Nothing is too simple, otherwise why would they hire Perry? Perry Mason: Season 4, Volume 1 brings another 16 cases that keep you guessing. »»

Perry Mason: Season 3, Volume 2 - DVD Review

There comes a time in a man’s life when he has to realize that their mortal enemy is only an enemy because they know how to kick your ass. They don’t take a personal glee in watching you lose. They just know that its better to win and it was your turn to be the loser. For two and a half seasons Perry Mason wiped the floor with District Attorney Hamilton Burger (William Talman). You’d think these two men hated each others guts like Larry Bird and Isiah Thomas. Perry Mason: Season 3, Volume 2 reveals they were more like Larry Bird and Magic Johnson - if Magic’s Lakers had lost every game to Bird’s Celtics. »»

Perry Mason: Season 3, Volume 1 - DVD Review

There's a million ways to get framed for trouble. If you wanted to prove your innocence, you used your one phone call to contact Perry Mason (Raymond Burr). Any lawyer can get you declared not guilty. But Mason made it his mission to find the bastard that set you up. How many celebrities got sprung by their high profile attorneys, but the public swears they were still guilty? Can O.J. Simpson, Robert Blake or Phil Spector walk the streets without people whispering behind their back? The twelve clients on Perry Mason: Season 3, Volume 1 can safely stride in public as completely innocent. »»

Hitting Shelves This Week...

The TV DVD box set explosion continues as we get further into the month of August so I hope you people will be all caught up when the new fall season arrives. There is a bit of variety this week though as new releases from both TNA and WWE will keep your head pounding and the big time matches flowing. Street Kings, the remake of Prom Night, and a Fletch Collection are coming your way in terms of actual films. And as for those TV DVD sets, there are some great ones including new seasons of Dexter, Perry Mason, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, and best of all (at least I think so) House M.D. Take out your prescription tablets and scribble up your list, but make sure you can read your own handwriting or you'll be coming back home empty handed. »»

Jake and the Fatman: Season One, Volume One - DVD Review

William Conrad struck gold during his Golden Years. His early career had him playing nameless goons in crime films. He voiced Matt Dillon on the radio version of Gunsmoke. When the show was brought to TV, Conrad remained in the audio booth because he was too fat to play the sheriff. But he persisted in his desire to be a lead actor on TV. Success arrived in the early ‘70s with Cannon. He didn't even have to diet for the gig. But the good times didn't end there. After guest starring on Matlock, Conrad found himself fighting crime in primetime instead of collecting his Social Security check. His infamous weight made him perfect for the lead on Jake and the Fatman. »»

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