Commemorative Stamp | collecting stamps and coins - Raymond Burr commemorative stamp

Commemorative Stamp | collecting stamps and coins - Raymond Burr commemorative stamp

Perry Mason~I sure appreciated how he aged. He was one of the few that aged well. He looked great with his beard and I thought him handsome.

Perry Mason~I sure appreciated how he aged. He was one of the few that aged well. He looked great with his beard and I thought him handsome.

Tonight 9-21 in 1957, TV audiences met Perry Mason  for the first time when the show debuted on CBS-TV - it ran until 1966.

Tonight 9-21 in 1957, TV audiences met Perry Mason for the first time when the show debuted on CBS-TV - it ran until 1966.

RAYMOND BURR (1917 - 1993) my father was him with a STAGE NAME LIST.. please don't believe a lot of the publicity

RAYMOND BURR (1917 - 1993) my father was him with a STAGE NAME LIST.. please don't believe a lot of the publicity

n 1993, Burr’s close friend, actor Charles Macaulay, told Mary Murphy of TV Guide, “Raymond Burr really was Perry Mason. The two were one and the same.” Maybe so, but Raymond Burr had other interests. He was an innovative breeder of orchids, an award-winning vintner, a respected Beverly Hills art dealer, and foster father to more than twenty children.

n 1993, Burr’s close friend, actor Charles Macaulay, told Mary Murphy of TV Guide, “Raymond Burr really was Perry Mason. The two were one and the same.” Maybe so, but Raymond Burr had other interests. He was an innovative breeder of orchids, an award-winning vintner, a respected Beverly Hills art dealer, and foster father to more than twenty children.

Ironside starrin Raymond Burr as Robert Ironside, Don Galloway as Det. Sgt. Ed Brown, Don Mitchell as Mark Sanger  Barbara Anderson as Officer Eve Whitfield

Ironside starrin Raymond Burr as Robert Ironside, Don Galloway as Det. Sgt. Ed Brown, Don Mitchell as Mark Sanger Barbara Anderson as Officer Eve Whitfield

"Perry Mason" | Raymond Burr and Erle Stanley Gardner, Author and Creator of Perry Mason | TV Guide July 4, 1964

"Perry Mason" | Raymond Burr and Erle Stanley Gardner, Author and Creator of Perry Mason | TV Guide July 4, 1964

Raymond Burr - In World War II, Burr served in the Navy. When in Okinawa, he was shot in the stomach and sent home.

Raymond Burr - In World War II, Burr served in the Navy. When in Okinawa, he was shot in the stomach and sent home.

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