Mason is a short narrative drama with a strong social issue content; focusing on rural, racial, heartland/rust belt concerns, bullying, PFOA toxicity and poverty.
A group of outlaws attempt to reveal their brothers killer from a neighboring gang after being set up during a bank heist.
When his former secretary (Barbara Hale) is accused of a murder, Perry Mason (Raymond Burr) gives up a judgeship to defend her.
David Katz is a world famous magician and he comes to Denver with his group to perform for a charity gala for disabled children. Also there is Perry and Della as all three are supporters of the charity. Kate Ford, an assistant with an arrogant attitude, tells David that she is, from now on, going to do an illusion in which an assistant is raised in a glass coffin only to disappear when the coffin is opened up in the air (while the assistant climbs out before the coffin is raised.) After a one night stand with David, Kate is pregnant and she blackmails David with this. David and his wife Judy can't have children so that comes as a double blow to them. However Kate, with her attitude, creates much hatred at her from the rest of the group. At the gala, the glass coffin is raised but when it opens Kate's dead body falls to the ground - strangled.
Canadian Mountie Mason is sent south of the border to look for a horse thief with only a watch chain for evidence. He befriends young Andy and when Calhoun hits Andy, Mason and Calhoun fight. In the scuffle Calhoun's watch with the missing chain is dislodged. Mason then sets out to bring in Calhoun and his gang.
The chief suspects in the murder of an author are the numerous colleagues whom he continuously plagiarized.
An actor rigs a fake shooting on TV with the connivance of his friend, the show's host, but the practical joke goes wrong when the gun turns out to contain a live round.
Perry is at TV station "KGGY" to be interviewed but thanks to the interference of main anchor-person Brett Huston the interview is pulled. Mostly everybody hates Brett as Brett knows all the station workers secrets. He has also written a memo insulting all of the main station players - Vic St. John - the station manager, Twyla Cooper - the producer, Chuck Gilmore - the sports reporter, Gary Slate - the weatherman, Cassie Woodfield - the reporter and Gillian Pope. Brett is shot dead with Gillian's gun and therefore is arrested for the crime. Gillian calls in Perry, Della and Ken to investigate. As Della and Perry set out to solve the mystery, Ken gets close to Cassie but she is a suspect and when it appears that somebody is trying to kill her, the mystery deepens..
Perry investigates the murder of a former madam and uncovers a multimillion dollar banking fraud in the process.
Perry Mason ventures to Paris to defend a U.S. Marine Corps Captain accused of murdering a man suspected of being a Nazi SS Officer.
A former associate of Perry Mason returns to handle the defense of a world-class chess player accused of murdering a prominent TV personality.
Irascible comedian Jackie Mason debuts his seventh one-man comedy show, "Jackie Mason: Freshly Squeezed." Armed with all-new material, the master funnyman is back on stage in this preview show filmed live in Canada. The show focuses on -- among other things -- terrorism, status symbols, cell-phones, fearless leaders, critics and politics. Jackie is at his best delivering topical humor that can only come from a true master of comedy.
Follow the unbelievable success of the 2005-'06 George Mason Patriots men's basketball team through an unprecedented season. From the CAA Championship to their trip to the Final Four, this look back includes interviews with the players and coach Jim Larranaga, as well as unseen footage of the team in action. This exciting sports documentary is hosted by Bill Rohland, the "Voice of the Patriots."
A young woman from Las Vegas wants Perry Mason to defend her father.
Della's friend is accused of murdering a rival fashion magazine editor.
A gangster who has commited all kinds of crimes is accused to have killed his wife. As he was not the murderer in this case Perry Mason intents to find the killer...
One of the early short films of director Brett Ratner.
Musician Mason Jennings invites viewers to step into his shoes as he puts together his groundbreaking album "Use Your Voice" and embarks on a national tour in this documentary directed by Andy Grund. Includes candid footage, studio sessions and performances of such tunes as "Lemon Grove Avenue," "Sorry Signs on Cash Machines," "In Your City," "Lonely Computer Screen," "Godless," "Ballad of Paul and Sheila," "Fourteen Pictures" and more.
Documentary - One of the few important classic rock musicians to enjoy career longevity of more than three decades, Dave Mason is a powerful talent. The former member of Traffic is filmed live in 2002 performing an intensely passionate set of his greatest hits, spanning from his debut with Traffic through his acclaimed solo career. Songs include "Let It Go, Let It Flow," "We Just Disagree," and "Feelin' Alright." - Dave Mason, Richard Campbell, John Sambataro
Attorney Bill McKenzie takes the case when his niece is framed for the murder of a popular and demanding sitcom star.
The cases of master criminal defense attorney Perry Mason and his staff who handled the most difficult of cases in the aid of the innocent.
The New Perry Mason is a revival of the long-running hit television series about Erle Stanley Gardner's brilliant defense attorney. While several production personnel had worked on the original Perry Mason series, the series was made without the participation of any members of the original cast. Produced by 20th Century Fox Television, it was broadcast by CBS, the same network which had aired the original series, during the 1973-74 season. A total of 15 episodes were produced and aired.