|As an Actor||Supporting||1||$44,726,644||$0||$44,726,644|
|Lead Ensemble Member||1||$0||$0||$0|
|Best known as an Actor based on credits in that role in 6 films, with $61,851,666 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #33,180)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Buckshot Roberts (Young Guns), Henry Frapp (The Mountain Men), Jake Iverson (With Six You Get Eggroll), Harry Robins (Welcome Home)|
|Most productive collaborators: Emilio Estevez, Christopher Cain, Kiefer Sutherland, Lou Diamond Phillips, Joe Roth|
|Born: November 14th, 1921|
|Died: June 24th, 1997|
May 24th, 2014
Perry Mason lasted for nine seasons starting in 1957. After nearly two decades off the air, the show returned, this time in the form of a series of TV movies. Volume One came out last December, and unfortunately I wasn't able to get a screener to review. More recently, Volume Two came out, and while the screener arrived late, I finally got to the review. So how do the TV movies compare to the original series?
October 7th, 2012
I admit I hadn't heard of Something Big when it arrived on my desk to review. I has certainly heard of its star, Dean Martin, but other than that, I was going in with zero expectations. I did a little research and discovered this oversight wasn't really my fault. It is one of the actor's least well-known films. But is it an undiscovered gem? Or is there a reason so few have heard of it.
|9/29/1989||Welcome Home||Harry Robins||$1,029,822||$0||$1,029,822|
|8/12/1988||Young Guns||Buckshot Roberts||$44,726,644||$0||$44,726,644|
|1/1/1980||The Mountain Men||Henry Frapp||$6,000,000||$0||$6,000,000|
|8/7/1968||With Six You Get Eggroll||Jake Iverson||$10,095,200||$0||$10,095,200|
|12/31/1964||The Hallelujah Trail||$0||$0||$0|