Phyllis Coates in 'Perry Mason: The Case of the Black-Eyed Blonde'
Phyllis Coates (1927 - )
Ex-Mrs. Richard L. Bare
(director)
Ex-Mrs. Norman Tokar
(director)
Invasion USA (1952) [Mrs. Mulfory]: Drowned, along with Erik Blythe and their children, when the flood waters overtake their taxicab after the Soviets bomb the Boulder Dam; we only see Erik's hat and their daughter's doll floating in the water after the cab is engulfed. The entire story turns out to be a hypnotic illusion showing what might happen if the Soviets invade the US; everybody suvives in reality.

I Was a Teenage Frankenstein (Teenage Frankenstein) (1957) [Margaret]: Killed by Gary Conway when she tries to give him an injection in Whit Bissell's laboratory; Gary then throws her body into the alligator pit.

Perry Mason: The Case of the Black-Eyed Blonde (1958) [Norma Carter]: Fatally injured in a car accident while fleeing from Raymond Burr; she dies in the hospital shortly afterwards, after confessing to the murder of Rachel Ames.
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