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  • In 1956, Burr auditioned for the role of District Attorney Hamilton Burger in Perry Mason, a new CBS-TV courtroom drama based on the highly successful novels by Erle Stanley Gardner.Raymond Burr-Wikipedia
  • Burr had auditioned for the role of the district attorney Hamilton Burger, but Gardner reportedly declared he was the embodiment of Perry Mason.Erle Stanley Gardner-Wikipedia
  • In The Case of the Caretaker's Cat (1935), his principal antagonist, District Attorney Hamilton Burger, says: "You're a better detective than you are a lawyer. When you turn your mind to the solution of a crime, you ferret out the truth."Perry Mason-Wikipedia
  • He was a no-nonsense judge who would often put District Attorney Hamilton Burger in his place when Burger would object to Perry's line of questioning.S. John Launer-Wikipedia
  • "[But while he] may have thought he was Perry Mason ... he ended up looking more like Mason's inept adversary, the haplessly wrong prosecutor Hamilton Burger."Perry Mason moment-Wikipedia
  • Fix made five appearances as District Attorney Hale on Perry Mason (1957–1963), showing great skill as an examiner who did not ask objectionable questions unlike Hamilton Burger, who often experienced a judge's ire for asking leading questions.Paul Fix-Wikipedia

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