Raymond William Stacey Burr (May 21, 1917 – September 12, 1993) was a Canadian actor, primarily known for his title roles in the television dramas Perry Mason and Ironside.
I just love the old black and white Perry Mason shows. Raymond Burr was sexy. Really!
Scott Walker: An abortion is not a decision between a woman and her Dr. It's between the ghosts of Raymond Burr and Joan Rivers.
Raymond Burr and the Old North Church in this city
Sometimes when I stretch, I make that little noise Jimmy Stewart makes being pushed out a window by Raymond Burr.
The US edit w/ Raymond Burr makes some odd changes but I was a big fan of that cut when I was younger. Especially liked the ending narration
Christie dressed well, but looking more and more like Raymond Burr as Perry Mason
Two words, Raymond Burr. "As this debate wears on, I am less and less fixated on Christie's hair. I'm obsessed!"
Raymond Burr only today's actors simply can't compare. Hollywood needs to come up with something original.
Reminds me of Godzilla w/Raymond Burr & gal singing "And the words get stuck in my throat...". streetartglobe's photo
Something about American cultural neo-colonialism and Raymond Burr, who was also mentioned in that scene.
Can I go straight from college to the retired life and play golf and watch home improvement and everybody loves Raymond all day?
Let 1,000 Raymond Burr references flow. MT Snark Factor is live. Tonight our guest is
Still catching up, Desperate, w/ bad guy Raymond Burr, love his old roles! Looks intense
Yes and I love her for it ---Adore the old Perry Mason's with Raymond Burr
A fine selection of red wines and a top notch port; free tastings in a beautiful setting at Raymond Burr Vineyards.
Had a truly splendid, leisurely time sampling fine wine and enjoying the scenery at Raymond Burr Vineyards.
Basil Rathbone is like another Raymond Burr. He played a lot of villains but is probably best remembered as Sherlock Holmes
.I❤ Summer classics - we were just talking about "Rear Window" -Raymond Burr is the villain for a change.
When Raymond Burr says "I'd hit that," he adds an "s." . . I'm on Snark with these psychos on Tuesday.
Is Raw Deal the one where Raymond Burr picks up a fire and throws it at a lady? Because that one rules.
Things I learned during :. Raymond Burr took on Perry Mason role to atone for playing bad guys so very well.
No, it hasn't. Raymond Burr Festie on *another* channel. Why don't you go look for it, for a while?
You know it's solid carpentry when it can withstand a falling Raymond Burr.
I have complete sympathy for Raymond Burr's managerial problems.
Raymond Burr gonna show up and slap the paper lanterns around.
I always thought Raymond Burr was good looking. Call me crazy, but, he had some charisma!
My new favorite Raymond Burr line, "You must've studied to get that stupid!"
I do love sexily menacing Raymond Burr.
Raymond Burr was skinny fat in this film
Notice everyone but Raymond Burr came out to taste the batter.
I confess I don't get the big Raymond Burr love.
Raymond Burr playing someone not even Perry Mason would defend? Ouch! I'm intrigued.
Amazing how many of these flicks feature Raymond Burr.
I won't make it through all of but I need a little Raymond Burr before sleeping to take the edge off 😳
I'm in for Criss Cross. We have to look for Tony Curtis & Raymond Burr in small parts, right?
BlueGardenia. Raymond Burr is a scumbag this time. Innocent girl saddened by war news goes out of her element & into disaster
Later on "Desperate" (1947). Raymond Burr, Steve Brodie & Audrey Long. "Ready to kill for the right to live!"
Perry Mason, I mean Raymond Burr, is in this one. Another actor who turns up a lot in Noir Country
Godzilla: King of the Monsters, w/ Perry Mason (who is sometimes incorrectly credited as Raymond Burr).
*tricks, movie tricks to blend Raymond burr in
Raymond Burr's pyromania is reminiscent of Lee Marvin's fetish in The Big Heat.
The notion that Movie stars going to TV is a recent thing overlooks Telly Savalas, Rock Hudson, Peter Falk, Robert Wagner, Raymond Burr etc
Where does Raymond Burr fit in here?
I love that Burr bit, those are the people he's making fun of. But of course he gets labeled a sexist for that
I always think that Raymond Burr looks so unimpressed when they kill off Godzilla. Takashi Shimura will forever be fantastic though.
Emotionless standing and staring. They could have had cardboard cutout play this role. You're better than that Raymond Burr
I think they recycled Raymond Burr's scar on Barry Sullivan in QUEEN BEE
Raymond Burr is desperately trying to figure out how to get back in this story
omg does anyone else see that Raymond Burr is trending?
All these shots of human suffering are so good, too bad they cut so much of it so they could add Raymond Burr
I take it these scenes were all shot on Raymond Burr's day off…?
James Whitmore and Santa hunt Raymond Burr in the LA sewers.
Raymond Burr is doing color commentary like this is the Macy's Day Parade
Raymond Burr, the king of unnecessary commentary.
I'm glad Raymond Burr is telling me everything I'm seeing... it would make no sense otherwise.
Raymond Burr starred in a Godzilla movie two years after Rear Window!? What a career!
That said, Raymond "Reaction Shot" Burr feels like an ancestor of the pained reactions in the first Star Trek motion picture.
FWIW Raymond Burr could look a little more surprised.
It just keeps blowing my mind that Raymond Burr's name in Godzilla was Steve Martin.
I think Raymond Burr thought he was the only one that could have smoke coming from his mouth.That was until
The news building has a good view of the actions, meaning we get more Raymond Burr reaction shots
Now that I think about it, Raymond Burr was stalking me.
"Not like anyone's ever going to watch this *** film anyway, where's my paycheck?" -- Raymond Burr, while filming Godzilla.
I'm sure glad that Raymond Burr is remaining so cool, calm, collected and blase during this disaster. Oops, he almost gasped!
Also, I'd like to see the original Japanese version w/subtitles. Half this movie is Raymond Burr just standing, staring & smoking a pipe.
There are a whole lot of shots of Raymond Burr looking concerned in this version
Is there something that Raymond Burr could be doing right now to be helpful besides looking pensive?
I imagine while filming his scenes, Raymond Burr said, "No way I'm going to pretend to look at a lizard. I'll just stand here."
Raymond Burr: King of the moving photobomb.
Raymond Burr on Tokyo is so bizarre, but dang if it doesn't just seem to work perfectly
"But I tease Raymond Burr!...No, seriously, go on, you're doing great, Ray!" -Me, drunk. To the television, just now
Raymond Burr lives with a guy obsessed with cheese who takes him on walkies. He also knits.
What country is Raymond Burr from? What's up with these weird pronunciations?
I like that in the middle of mass panic stands Raymond Burr, taking an "...the eff am I looking at?" attitude
Watching Godzilla, King of the Monsters on TCM channel😀 1956. Must have been filmed before Raymond Burr starred in Perry Mason.
Raymond Burr and Peter Stormare drive up to the Twin Cities to kidnap a car salesman's wife.
Raymond Burr highly underrated for his ability to stand around and look concerned in various directions.
Look, I can grasp why filming these Raymond Burr scenes were necessary at the time, but not subtitling everything else?
Did Raymond Burr and the dude in the tent just have "a moment"?
A treat on TCM. The version of Godzilla with the ludicrous additional ftg of Raymond Burr (as reporter Steve Martin)
Awesome! I adore this score. It's so haunting at times. Raymond Burr's version is okay but the original is so much better
I like how Raymond Burr says 'heely-copter'.
Every time they refer to Raymond Burr by his character's full name, Steve Martin, I expect to see
The working title of this was RAYMOND BURR WATCHES THINGS WHILE SMOKING A PIPE. But it was too long for the marquees
Watching Godzilla, King of the Monsters, and looks just like Raymond Burr.
Next to his other cast members, I estimate Raymond Burr is the largest person in Japan, second only to Godzilla.
The original Godzilla: king of the monsters (Raymond Burr version) on TCM. Love the soundtrack.
When was rebooted in 1984, the 1985 US version rehired Raymond Burr to reprise his Steve Martin Role.
I would definitely run from Raymond Burr!
I had completely forgotten that Raymond Burr was in a movie. How did that happen?
the non-Raymond Burr version is good. This one is just a little campier. Both so worth watching.
The best part about the English-language version of Godzilla? Raymond Burr's character's name: Steve Martin. Wild & crazy!
be prepared to see the backs of actors' heads in Raymond Burr scenes :/
cool let's show version of that cuts out cool political sociological ecological stuff replaces with Raymond Burr
But for the first film I prefer the Japanese version than the US version I don't care for actor Raymond Burr talking about what happened-
Raymond Burr realizes that he was not born a poor black child.
Is Raymond Burr turning over in his grave Cat Sues Writer
got to love the first film but I don't really like the US version with Raymond Burr but still a classic and fun film
If you ever get to see Bruce Goldtein's comparison of original GOJIRA vs. Raymond Burr version. *See it*. Really good stuff.
Simply cannot pass up the Raymond Burr version of Godzilla. I'm in.
True. But fun to watch. The added Raymond Burr segments make almost no sense. They wanted a star for American audiences
So excited to see that Godzilla with Raymond Burr is coming up next. A true classic.
Poster for film-noir Please Murder Me (1956) starring Angela Lansbury as a femme fatale & Raymond Burr as her lawyer. …
Okay...I'll stop now. Bob Hope, Jack Benny, Barbara Hale & Raymond Burr at the 1959 Emmys
On this day in in 1952, Raymond Burr, who would later become famous as TVs Perry Mason, debuted on the Guen Guild Playhouse.
Photo: maudelynn: Lizabeth Scott and Raymond Burr in Pitfall c.1948 original photo...
James Warren guns for badman Raymond Burr.."Code of the West" 1947 Steve Brodie
A tip of the cap to fans of The Blue Gardenia and the under appreciated Raymond Burr. I'll have to look at White Heat as well...
So Raymond Burr is the heavy. Not exactly a surprise to anyone who went to the movies in the 50's.
When I think girl magnet, I think Raymond Burr
Young Raymond Burr. LOVE One of my favorite noirs. :).
Wake up after a blind date with Raymond Burr only to find you may have killed him?
great film! Vicious? No, not really. Raymond Burr was the vicious one. x
Yes, lumbering Raymond Burr is still a little hokey but "Rear Window" remains amazing. So good to see it on the big screen tonight!
Meanwhile Grace Kelly is perfection & a Nancy Drew badass scaling fire escapes in high heels & going toe-to-toe with Raymond Burr's beast.
same, although even more of a fan of Perry Mason back then, in part because my father was the spitting image of Raymond Burr.
Raymond Burr would approve, or so I've been told
Warren William not Raymond Burr was the 1st actor to portray Perry Mason
Maybe he'll get beaten up by Raymond Burr.
When Raymond Burr finally, slowly gazed directly into the camera for the first time, people were gasping with glee.
Enjoy! Be warned; Raymond Burr is really scary on a large screen!
Try and live your life the way you wish other people would live theirs. Raymond Burr
Just watched - if they made a bio movie about Raymond Burr, Brad Garrett would be perfect casting.
gave Raymond Burr good practice for taking on Hamilton Burger a few years later.
So did Raymond Burr. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
Leather, boots, whips and chains... Really masculine aromas... Wine from Raymond Burr via app:
Raymond Burr wine tasting. (@ Raymond Burr Vineyards and Winery in Healdsburg, CA)
IT IS RAYMOND BURR; i went to his winery on his birthday (he dead) but it was a big party and very fun
If you see a ballet dancer or Raymond Burr, RUN!
"Raymond Burr sat at the bar in a brown polo shirt and sang something from Man of LaMancha."
*** Clark is on the stand in this Perry Mason TV episode, being grilled by Raymond Burr! ☺
What Really makes U laugh now? Also better edit of Raymond Burr Intro as it was seen ON S&C show go to 2:38
Raymond Burr's Perry Mason actually started out as Dist. Atty. R. Frank Marlowe in A Place in the Sun.
I don't know if Raymond Burr was *** or not, but he was hot as Perry Mason
One act play where Disneyland hires Steve Martin to return for the 60th but it's actually Raymond Burr playing his character fr…
Today in 1956, "Fort Laramie" debuted on the CBS Radio Network starring Raymond Burr as Captain Lee Quince.
I figured Richard Conte for the rapist. It was Raymond Burr. :(
At the Blue Gardenia Cafe on Vine, Raymond Burr describes the Polynesian Pearl Diver to Anne Baxter:…
Raymond Burr and Anne Baxter sip fancy rum drinks.
Do not accept that glass of champagne from Raymond Burr, you are hammered , Anne Baxter.
But...but Raymond Burr was such a fine figure of a man ;)
Raymond Burr sure looks different in this version:
"No glass table tops." Nice Raymond Burr scatological reference on couldn't have done it any better.
Just see Gojira in Japanese of have not. Not Americanized King Of The Monsters with Raymond Burr.
I prefer Raymond Burr with the pompadour. They cut it short and flat later in the series. *hands to heaven* NO!
We all think we're James Stewart in our own personal Rear Window, but I think I just became Raymond Burr. Happy New Year!
On this day in 1993 we lost one of the greats – Raymond Burr, of Perry Mason and Ironside.
Godzilla '54 (sans Raymond Burr): Can be creaky and slow at times but the monster sequences are...
One of the best Hitchcock films ever. Raymond Burr (aka Perry Mason & Ironsides) was so creepy as the bad guy. Such a classic.
Raymond Burr, in the role of silversmith/financier Hermann Bockweiss.
White people in Japan, a tradition since Raymond Burr was badly edited in in 1954.
I get more of a Godzilla Raymond Burr vibe.
"Out of the Past" also quite good. (HKofW also features Jane Russell, Raymond Burr, + hilarious comic turn by Vincent Price)
Raymond Burr played a wonderfully evil villain in "His Kind of Woman" - highly reco if you haven't seen. (Also stars Mitchum)
"Originally William Talman auditioned for the title role of Perry Mason and Raymond Burr auditioned for the role of Hamilton Burger" WHAT
Job searching and saw in the description for an office assistant "think Barbara Hale as Della Street to Raymond Burr's Perry Mason."
I'm related to Raymond Burr, so I always watch Perry Mason! :)
in the 1st Godzilla Raymond Burr played reporter Steve Martin. who was not a wild & crazy guy. was.
By Raymond Burr's beard, Look who I ran into at It's
when you were on Perry Mason The Case of the Blushing Pearls in '59... Did you hook up with Raymond Burr?
Love this photo of Raymond Burr with an ill/injured American airman.
It gives me no great pleasure to think that Raymond Burr might have 2coverup thefact that he was *** and had a notstraight lifetime partner
Burl Ives and Raymond Burr go solidly in the plus column!
CChristina Seado Vasquezwhat if the series finale for Ironside was Raymond Burr standing up and admitting to...
In 1950s Fleming was Cleopatra to Raymond Burr's Mark Antony in Serpent of the Nile Technicolor Few yrs before Perry Mason
Raymond Burr's final made-for-television movie appearance, Perry Mason: The Case of the Killer Kiss.
Raymond Burr starred in the 1950s TV classic Perry Mason and countless films. He and his partner Robert Benevides...
Godzilla, on the other hand, was incredibly dull and could have done with random footage of Raymond Burr being spliced in.
Black Friday, Keeping up with the Joneses, the Leaf Blower, and my Neighbor Van I’ve never been too concerned with keeping up with the Joneses. First off, my apologies to all the fine Joneses I know for using their name in this way. I’ve never met a Jones I didn’t like. Of course there was Jesse Jones, back in the days of the wild west, but that was before my time, and he had enough respect for the name to change a couple of letters before he started robbing banks and trains! I don’t know why the original Joneses stood idly by and let their name be associated with a common idiom…not my problem. Anyway, I have this across the street neighbor, and friend (those two don’t always go together as anyone who has lived in a sub-division could agree). His name is Van, and I have no reason to be ashamed if I were to go head to head with him. Van has an attractive and smart wife. Well, so do I. He has two good looking, intelligent kids…me too! He works for a living, just like me. We go to the ...
glad I have enjoying Perry Mason w/ the great Raymond Burr...thinking about my dad. Steiner's brilliant theme.
Ray Rice and Ray Lewis are a couple of *** lickers. I guess maybe anyone with the name Ray. You too Raymond Burr.
Raymond Burr once tried to meet Scatman Crothers. Burrer was disappointed: Crothers was very, very confused.
"Raymond Burr is like a really cool bear that someone invited to be a human lawyer."
I dont have internet here. Someone help me win an argument and tell me if Raymond Burr was *** Parry Mason was the bomb
One of my favorite photos: Lizabeth Scott & Raymond Burr in Pitfall, 1948.
Raymond Burr developed about 3,000 species of orchids and named several of them after his friends, including...
, accosted, who would accost Booms? Being Raymond Burr's little cop butt buddy doesn't make him a celebrity.
Raymond Burr got to the point faster than this guy!!
Did you know that Raymond Burr was a vintner? Raymond Burr Vineyards is located in Healdsburg, California.
Just got off the phone with my gorg sister Kyle who is enjoying her birthday with some fine wine from the Raymond Burr Winery!
Just got done watching an old mystery on youtube. Raymond Burr had a minor role as a henchman. Very Pre Perry Mason!
Yikes. He is the Raymond Burr character or a Jedi! Does not matter. You are Grace Kelly.
Reminds me of visiting Universal Studios '76 being in IRONSIDE's office.IRONSIDE...Raymond Burr remember, anyone?
Raymond Burr is from the same school as Jimmy Stewart-plank acting. But he got the B-grade classes.
exactly, I'm 55, imagine my generations reaction when they found out Rock Hudson & Raymond Burr were *** lmao!!*+
Subject: When Patriotism Existed In Hollywood DO YOU REMEMBER THESE MEN? I can only send this to people our age, (well close to our age) since most of today? people don? have any idea who these Men were and thats a pity. George Gobel comedian, Army Air Corps, taught fighter pilots Johnny Carson made a big deal about it once on the Tonight Show, to which George said "the *** didn't get past us.?nbsp; Sterling Hayden, US Marines and OSS. Smuggled guns into Yugoslavia and parachuted into Croatia. Silver Star. James Stewart, US Army Air Corps. Bomber pilot who rose to the rank of General. Ernest Borgnine, US Navy. Gunners Mate 1c, destroyer USS Lamberton. 10 years active duty. Discharged 1941, re-enlisted after Pearl Harbor. Ed McMahon, US Marines. Fighter Pilot. (Flew OE-1 Bird Dogs over Korea as well.) Telly Savalas, US Army. Walter Matthau, US Army Air Corps., B-24 Radioman/Gunner and cryptographer. Steve Forrest, US Army. Wounded, Battle of the Bulge. Jonathan Winters, USMC. Battleship USS Wisconsin ...
Generous, compassionate man lived a life laced w lies. Raymond Burr by 4 WHAT A CHARACTER!
pubron (raymond burr) attacks flobron at gina's sister's wedding and takes gina's mom's friend susie hostage...on the next FLOBRON!
The "open secret" of one of classic TV's most enduring stars from
Say No More 1974 Pennsylvania Horse Breeder’s Association High Score Award Junior Hunter. We purchased her from Michelle MacEvoy and Carl Knee. She was born on 2/22/68 sire Pop Corn Dam Platters Nymph. Her breeding is impressive in that it her dam Platters Nymph's lineage includes Man O’ War and Frizette. Her sire Pop Corn had 59 starts with 10 wins, 13 places, 7 shows and career earnings of $104,957. His breeding includes Sir Gallahad. Her Jockey Club registered name was Pops Mate. She was the kindest horse who would do anything she was asked to do. I showed her in both junior hunters and working hunters. Our trainer Raymond Burr did a great job of teaching both of us! I included our entry from from the 1974 Devon Horse Show which is part of the Wheeler Museum Exhibit on Iconic Horse Shows to give you an idea of how much has changed in horse show entries over the years.
Photo: Bette Davis took over for Raymond Burr on one episode of Perry Mason, 1960s, with Barbara Hale.
Looks like Raymond Burr is all over as well... maybe we should change the word "murder" to "BURRder". (Get it?)
It's so cold in LA Raymond Burr rose from the grave just to say Bur.
Funnily enough, the original with Raymond Burr is actually interesting in its own right.
You deserve to get Grubered. Like Raymond Burr in a tied down in a bathouse
All about Raymond Burr Quotes : height, biography, quotes - see at
Ironside, the original with Raymond Burr! All around badass!
55 years ago today, actor Raymond Burr was made an honorary Birmingham Police captain during a visit promoting...
ride around town like a Raymond Burr
I dig Ironside with Raymond Burr because it's set in San Francisco
Raymond Burr's newsman character's name was Steve Martin. Well, excuse me ...
Fact: Raymond Burr insisted Ironside be wheelchair bound because he wanted to rest his *** between gayness sessions.
"Can't let women interfere with business, can we?" Raymond Burr is a scuzzy brute.
I've been watching Perry Mason like it's my job of recents! Gotta love old TV starring Raymond Burr.
actually that was one where I didn't groan. Just a sucker for Raymond Burr jokes.
It was Raymond Burr & co doing the Nazi thing. I dvrd it. I was wondering how it was.
Raymond Burr in his most famous role: Perry Mason
Perry Mason will always be Raymond Burr tome.
Ahhh, Perry Mason is in this. As a lawyer. Raymond Burr just had one of those faces, I guess.
1957 "Perry Mason," starring Raymond Burr, premiered on CBS. One of my all time favorites. Right now I watch it twice a day.
On this day in 1957, New Westminster’s Raymond Burr made his first appearance on CBS-TV as famed trial lawyer Perry Mason.
Raymond Burr debuted on his first hit drama, "Perry Mason," on this day on CBS in 1957. It aired for nine...
in 1957 courtroom drama series Perry Mason starring Raymond Burr was 1st aired.
2000 will always be my favorite, but 1985 did have more Raymond Burr, more lava and way more Dr Pepper.
I only ever saw the Raymond Burr one, lol, I'm a godzilla purist doncha know?
Interesting tidbit of the day: Raymond Burr was one of the first people in the US to import and breed Portuguese Water Dogs.
The world wins. We win. FYI, anytime I think of Raymond Burr, I think of Ironside first.
Cracked is really bad at general cultural knowledge. They just listed the murderer in Rear Window as Raymond Burr's most famous role.
The original? Watch the Japanese pre-Raymond Burr version sometime, it's awesome.
Rear Window. From which I can see. A murder across from me. Right now. Oh girl, could you. Go across and see. That it has to be. Raymond Burr
In the 50's and 60's Raymond Burr played "Perry Mason" on tv. He always proved the real murderer on behalf of his client. 1/2
Tom Selleck is 67 years old and still likes guns and police. He seems to be converting to Raymond Burr drag but no wheelchair.
going for the Raymond Burr look, I like it
Raymond Burr Vineyards is pouring at The Gables tonight. We're excited!
Japan attacked by enormous metaphor, Raymond Burr inserted for American version.
Its eggs DannyThomas style, and the Raymond Burr story is a separate issue (I said issue)
so is that like danny thomas or raymond burr? Always get those 2 mixed up.
she was Perry Mason's secretary. He later played a PI in the Perry Mason movie series opposite his mom and Raymond Burr.
It is one of my all-time favs. Raymond Burr is so chilling!
Bill Burr did this when they started that nonsense .
3Sept/1966: CBS airs the final episode of Perry Mason starring Raymond Burr
In 1966, New Westminster-born actor Raymond Burr starred in the last original episode of the CBS-TV legal drama, Perry Mason.
If Raymond Burr didn't name his cat "Purry Mason" I don't wanna know.
Raymond Burr is definitely one of my favorite show business Canadians.
Has someone written a credible account of Raymond Burr's alleged sexcipades? I can't find one.
I'm also glad that Raymond Burr didn't live to see low-flow toilets.
““Whatchall know bout Perry Mason?” RIP Raymond Burr. The show Matlock tried to be.”
Raymond Burr for all time great television character
"Delta Burke, Raymond Burr, city of Seattle. What's the difference?"
I am so impressed with Raymond Burr, especially on Ironside. His ability to convey emotions without using a lot of words in his acting and his great concern for other people impress me a lot. I wish I had been able to meet him. He was a dual citizen, since his mother was American and his father was Canadian.
Raymond Burr does a good job as the creepy *** dude in Pitfall
I love seeing Raymond Burr play the bad guy!
Loved me some Matlock, Raymond Burr, and Ironside as a kid! That was my version of daytime stories! Don't call me, ask me nothing, disturb!
Just wait til you get to the one with Raymond Burr and the talking buttplug. Legendary.
"Raw Deal" and watch Raymond Burr set his girlfriend on fire?
So, I just explained Raymond Burr's lifestyle to The results: Hilarity!
"Why don't you just zip your *** Raymond Burr!" lmao I can't deal with James tonight.
Raymond Burr earned six Emmy and two Golden Globe nominations for his role as Chief of Detectives Ro
what if officer was nearly pummeled 2 death before shooting? what if? Did you ever watch Perry Mason w/Raymond Burr? Highly rec
.Raymond Burr would consider it a sex aid. Hey, I need to be on the show. I need to get my Snark on.
Raymond Burr - Alongside Winston in midfield with the "Ironside" of his personality.
After the Homer Simpson story you didn't mention Raymond Burr's Steve Martin character from the original Godzilla! :)
Does the '85 come with a miniature Raymond Burr?
Understated Dramas starring Raymond Burr with 0 titles to watch.
What in the name of Raymond Burr is Sandow wearing?
Totally forgot Raymond Burr was the host for the Unsolved Mysteries pilot
Raymond Burr looks like a cat in water on Love Boat.
Children seem displeased to win Raymond Burr-themed gravy boats at midway.
continued: scenes with Raymond burr, and from then on stared in 30 films in 60 years, hope this was some cool info, I would
Garbage. There’s only 1 Godzilla and it’s in Japan with Raymond Burr (or even better without him and subtitled)
OMG, for one second, I thought it was Raymond Burr!
Raymond Burr's narration into tape recorder as Godzilla wanders destroys all of Tokyo's landmarks enhances the Japanese version.
If you haven't seen the original (i.e., Raymond Burr-less) Japanese "Godzilla" w subtitles, it's a damned good movie, worth seeing.
Raymond Burr reprised his character as the journalist Steve Martin for the American version of this film…
the ONLY good thing about those scenes in 85 are Raymond Burr's silent, disgusted looks at what is being said
This Saturday nite at the Grandstand: Raymond Burr Yells The Blues, followed by the Intercontinental Incontinent Lemurs.
Tonight at ACC's Raymond Burr talks us through winning the Plain English Website award.
Perry Mason played by Raymond Burr. Who was gaya in Real life.😁
"We searched in vain for Raymond Burr."
I loved Perry Mason as a kid, and something that I always felt without ever quite being able to put my finger on...
People sometimes ask me why and I always make jokes referring to Bob Crane and Raymond Burr. 1/2
Raymond Burr enjoyed it when young men liberaled on him. uniteblue
When Stern and Billy West did the Raymond Burr skit I didn't see the LGBT go after them! Oh wait, we were America back then!
Photo: Raymond Burr brilliantly portrayed one of the greatest characters in TV history, Perry Mason.
I was pretty sure I couldn't get pregnant in the hot tub, but not a single mention of Bob Crane or Raymond Burr?
about him.It makes mestop and think about some people that have never had children,such as Raymond Burr,Charles Laughton,and Kathryn Hepburn
And with no further to do. A movie star that needs no further introduction. Ladies and Gentlemen; Godzilla! I grew up watching and loving the 1954 Toho Productions sci-fi classic Gojira. Only to be released a year later as Godzilla, King of the Monsters with Raymond Burr (TVs Perry Mason) as an American journalist who gets swept up in the 200 foot tall monster's destruction of Tokyo. You have to remember that this was a decade after the leveling of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the killing of tens of thousands by the most powerful weapon man has created. The Japanese were very opposed to the nuclear testing race between the United States and the then Soviet Union. The creation of Godzilla (God - Gorilla "A tribute to the original giant monster King Kong.") seemed only a logical answer nature's reply to man's quest to become the master of Earth. So Toho Productions followed up with about 60 Godzilla films and The Ultraman TV show. In most cases Godzilla was actually the friend of man and children; awakened ju ...
I suspect I'll succomb to the massive amount of GODZILLA promos flooding the airwaves, and see the film. That being said, Raymond Burr (aka Perry Mason) will always come to mind.
For this post and its questions I am using Four Godzilla films, because most of you are more familiar with them. I could also use several non-Godzilla examples such as: “Radon” into “Rodan”, or “The Great Space War” into “Battle in Outer Space”. When the American Producers of the 1956 “Godzilla, King of the Monsters” did their re-edit of the 1954 “Gojira”. They edited out scenes and added extensive footage with Raymond Burr as International Correspondent Steve Martin. The American re-edit had a running time of 81 minutes while the original Japanese film ran 98 minutes. So even with the additional footage of Raymond Burr. After the re-edit was completed “Godzilla, King of the Monsters” was 17 minutes shorter than Ishiro Honda’s classic. There wasn’t as much a time change when Warner Brother’s instructed Ib Melchior to make “Godzilla Raids Again” into his script “The Volcano Monsters”, but additional scenes were added as a backstory for Gigantis and Angurius. While ...
Seeing "A Place In a The Sun" (1951)..Montgomery Clift, Elizabeth Taylor, Shelly Winters, Raymond Burr and others. Love the black & white clSsics..
I'm excited about the new Godzilla movie. I loved the original with Raymond Burr in the fifties. Never really got into the others that followed. My all time favorite monster of that era was Rodan, the pteranodon. A huge flying dinosaur was the coolest to my six year old mind. I also liked the original Mothra. I really liked the remake with Matthew Broderick, I bought it and I think It is really awesome. I like it because it is different. It looks like the new movie has not only Godzilla but maybe Rodan and a Mothra like creature. I'm giddy!
If you guessed Ray Milland from my previous post, then congrats on your film knowledge. Mr. Milland was another surprise for me (but I like the guy too much so I'm not going to be angry at him unless if I find a really bad film here) because he directed not one, but five films between 1955 and 1968, each one distinct from the other. Milland needs no introduction (anyone here seen The Lost Weekend or Dial M for Murder?): a wonderful actor that surprising became a really good director for films and television, but let me start off in the beginning, with Milland's first film he directed and starred in titled A Man Alone (1955). The basic plot for this film goes as follows: On foot after the mercy killing of his horse, Wes Steele (Ray Milland) finds a stagecoach and a number of dead passengers. He takes a horse and rides to Mesa. A corrupt banker, Stanley (Perry Mason himself Raymond Burr), and partner Joiner (Grandon Rhodes) discuss their stagecoach holdup with Clanton (Lee Van Cleef before he became famous ...
"It really made you believe in the universality of art to see all these pastoral types loving Lucille Ball and Raymond Burr. I was looking forward to the day when America extends its glorious civilization to other solar systems. There they’ll be—all those intergalactic types—watching Lucille Ball and Raymond Burr in rapt attention."
GOJIRA (1954) & GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS (1956) Seen on DVD. Many of us in the West grew up on the “original” GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS, with Raymond Burr, without ever realizing that it was a chopped and re-edited movie with new scenes shot for American audiences, and that there was a darker, more symbolic and politically charged version preceding it. The 1956 GODZILLA had originally been 1954’s GOJIRA, with no Raymond Burr and no diminishment of the social and political resonances that were missing from the American re-edit. In 1954, Japan was a mere 9 years from having been the target of two atomic bombs, a distance in time briefer than we are now to the World Trade Center destruction. Japan, and the rest of the world, was deeply troubled by the ramifications and possibilities of atomic warfare and the academic-sounding but horrifying phrase, “mutual assured destruction.” Thousands of Japanese citizens still bore the physical signs of the A-bomb attack, in wounds and in radiat ...
My ex-wife had a real Raymond Burr fetish. She'd make me get in a wheelchair nude and then call me "Ironside"
over 400 ft tall in the Raymond Burr version.
3 - Station West (1948): Underrated noir antihero *** Powell stars as a government investigator looking into the deaths of two soldiers. The trail leads him to a sexy saloon singer played by noir goddess Jane Greer (Out Of The Past). What you have here is a film noir plot more or less transposed unaltered to a western setting, with familiar noir faces (Raymond Burr, Steve Brody, Regis Toomey) popping up in every scene.
By the way - the original Raymond Burr-less Godzilla is free on Amazon Prime right now
Honest im the only gojira fan that was a fan before the first teaser trailer that hasnt seen the original 1954 gojira ,but i iwn godzilla king of monsters with raymond burr
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