Have Gun - Will Travel (1957–1963)
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The Lady of the Fifth Moon 

Paladin agrees to help a Chinese woman flee back to her homeland, rather than take part in an arranged marriage. They are awaiting a ship that will arrive at an isolated spot outside of San... See full summary »

Director:

Richard Boone

Writers:

Don Ingalls, Herb Meadow (creator) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

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Richard Boone ... Paladin
Bethel Leslie ... Kim Sing and Jin Ho
William Schallert ... Chee Yan
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Paladin agrees to help a Chinese woman flee back to her homeland, rather than take part in an arranged marriage. They are awaiting a ship that will arrive at an isolated spot outside of San Francisco. Paladin and the woman fall in love, complicating whether she will go back to China or not. At the same time, Paladin must protect her from assassins determined she not make it back to China. Written by Bill Koenig

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 March 1963 (USA) See more »

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CBS Television Network See more »
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Mono (Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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Guest star Bethel Leslie later joined the cast of the unique repertory-theater styled ensemble series "The Richard Boone Show". See more »

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Sad way to end a series.
15 October 2017 | by Bronco46See all my reviews

Sad to see an episode like this come this close to the end of this otherwise excellent series. I found it difficult to follow the story-line every time they went to William Schallert as a Chinamen. It's just too silly. There were many fine Asian actors in Hollywood in this era. Why in Gods name would they do a whole episode involving Chinese people and have all the Chinese speaking parts go to Western actors. It looked ridiculous and sounded ridiculous. They had a few Chinese actors at the beginning purely as window dressing. Williams Schallert was a fine actor. But, watching him in this role was almost unbearable. The actors attempts to do Chinese accents failed miserably. And putting Schallert in some kind of Chinese (?) clothes and sticking a ridiculous hat on him. Did nothing to make him the least bit convincing. This is an episode that should not have been made.


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