Benefex Effects AckAck  by Robert Benevides  http://www.gremlins.com

Benefex Effects AckAck by Robert Benevides http://www.gremlins.com

Benefex Effects BatBoy  by Robert Benevides  http://www.gremlins.com

Benefex Effects BatBoy by Robert Benevides http://www.gremlins.com

Raymond Burr and Robert Benevides

Raymond Burr and Robert Benevides

Meren of Aranel by Robert Benevides

Meren of Aranel by Robert Benevides

Elven warrior Meren of Aranel by Robert Benevides

Elven warrior Meren of Aranel by Robert Benevides

Elven Warrior Meren of Aranel by Robert Benevides

Elven Warrior Meren of Aranel by Robert Benevides

Robert Benevides and Raymond Burr

Robert Benevides and Raymond Burr

Own a piece of Dry Creek Valley history! The vineyard that Raymond Burr (Perry Mason) created with his longtime partner Robert Benevides is now for sale. Set up on a hill with sweeping views of the valley, I've had many lovely afternoons visiting here. #LivingFarWestSonoma #FarWestSonoma  http://www.trulia.com/property/3206507641-8339-W-Dry-Creek-Rd-Healdsburg-CA-95448#photo-1

8339 W Dry Creek Rd , Healdsburg, CA, 95448

Own a piece of Dry Creek Valley history! The vineyard that Raymond Burr (Perry Mason) created with his longtime partner Robert Benevides is now for sale. Set up on a hill with sweeping views of the valley, I've had many lovely afternoons visiting here. #LivingFarWestSonoma #FarWestSonoma http://www.trulia.com/property/3206507641-8339-W-Dry-Creek-Rd-Healdsburg-CA-95448#photo-1

"Try and live your life the way you wish other people would live theirs."    Raymond Burr

"Try and live your life the way you wish other people would live theirs." Raymond Burr

They Died in the Closet - Raymond Burr May 21, 1917 - September 12, 1993 -  Known for his role as the sinister Lars Thorwald in the Hitchcock classic Rear Window, Burr concealed his sexual orientation by making up dead wives for the press, though he had a happy long-term relationship with Robert Benevides, an actor who became his business manager as well as his life partner

They Died in the Closet - Raymond Burr May 21, 1917 - September 12, 1993 - Known for his role as the sinister Lars Thorwald in the Hitchcock classic Rear Window, Burr concealed his sexual orientation by making up dead wives for the press, though he had a happy long-term relationship with Robert Benevides, an actor who became his business manager as well as his life partner

Raymond William Stacey Burr (May 21, 1917 – September 12, 1993) was a Canadian-American actor, primarily known for his title roles in the television dramas Perry Mason and Ironside.  Burr invented a biography for himself that included a wife and son who'd died, and used his busy schedule as a way to explain why he wasn't married. But Burr and his partner, Robert Benevides, had a relationship for 35 years that was secret to most of the world except for a handful of close friends.

Raymond William Stacey Burr (May 21, 1917 – September 12, 1993) was a Canadian-American actor, primarily known for his title roles in the television dramas Perry Mason and Ironside. Burr invented a biography for himself that included a wife and son who'd died, and used his busy schedule as a way to explain why he wasn't married. But Burr and his partner, Robert Benevides, had a relationship for 35 years that was secret to most of the world except for a handful of close friends.

Raymond Burr: The Defense Rests in the Closet. Description from examiner.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Raymond Burr: The Defense Rests in the Closet. Description from examiner.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Robert Benevides of the Raymond Burr Winery

Robert Benevides of the Raymond Burr Winery

Diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer in 1992, Burr retreated with Benevides to their Sonoma Valley ranch, where the TV icon spent his final days dispersing his wealth through charities, gifts to friends, and the development of grant and trust programs

Diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer in 1992, Burr retreated with Benevides to their Sonoma Valley ranch, where the TV icon spent his final days dispersing his wealth through charities, gifts to friends, and the development of grant and trust programs

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