Warren William stars as Chandra in The Mind Reader (1933). A look at the growing cult of William. Where it stood by the time of this title in 1933 and why this character helps bolster his pre-code reputation today.
Warren William plays Perry Mason for a third time in 1935’s The Case of Lucky Legs, a Warner Brothers production heavier on the laughs than previous Mason efforts. Directed by Archie Mayo.
Warren William is back for his second go around as Perry Mason in 1935’s The Case of the Curious Bride … or as you may know it “the one where Errol Flynn plays a corpse.”
Warren William plays Perry Mason in The Case of the Howling Dog (1934), the first of the Erle Stanley Gardner mystery stories to make it to the screen.
Warren William takes his character to new lows in the entertaining Warner Bros.-First National pre-Code release Bedside (1934), an often over-the-top medical drama with Jean Muir, Allen Jenkins, and David Landau.