Have Gun - Will Travel (1957–1963)
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Paladin plays the sportsman, reluctantly for once, in an effort to reunite a fallen circus performer with his dignity.

Director:

Andrew V. McLaglen

Writers:

Don Brinkley, Herb Meadow (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Richard Boone ... Paladin
Strother Martin ... Dooley Delaware
John Dehner ... Ben Marquette
Fay Spain ... Rena - Saloon Gal
Buddy Baer ... Bolo - Henchman
Jack Albertson ... Bookie
Theodore Marcuse ... Wally the Bartender
Duane Grey ... Stage Driver
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Paladin plays the sportsman, reluctantly for once, in an effort to reunite a fallen circus performer with his dignity.

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Genres:

Western

Certificate:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 November 1957 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

John Dehner was "Paladin" on radio's "Have Gun, Will Travel" and appears in this episode as "Ben Marquette." See more »

Quotes

Paladin: Double-cross is a very ambiguous sign; it points in eight different directions all at once.
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Two Paladins
8 July 2010 | by rogercg1See all my reviews

I think what's interesting in this episode is that TV's Paladin, Richard Boone meets up with radio's Paladin, John Dehner. Since the radio version was popular and on that medium just a few years earlier, I wonder how many watched this episode of the TV version and got a little confused on hearing the voice of the Paladin they had known so well? John Dehner was always an excellent actor and he is so in this fine episode as well. William Conrad played Matt Dillon on radio's "Gunsmoke" and he did something similar as well. However, in 1973, only his voice was heard on TV's "Gunsmoke" in a narrative-driven episode. Conrad was too portly to play the action-driven Dillon on TV and Dehner was tied up doing TV's "Roaring 20's."


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