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Paul Martin (Character)
from "Lassie" (1954)

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  1. "Lassie"
    ... aka "Jeff's Collie" - USA (syndication title)
    ... aka "Timmy and Lassie" - USA (syndication title)
        - The Wayfarers: Part 2 (1964) TV episode, Played by Hugh Reilly
        - The Wayfarers: Part 1 (1964) TV episode, Played by Hugh Reilly
        - The Samaritans (1964) TV episode, Played by Hugh Reilly
        - Lassie and the Savage (1964) TV episode, Played by Hugh Reilly
        - Hit and Run (1964) TV episode, Played by Hugh Reilly
          (193 more)
  2. Lassie: A Christmas Tail (1963) Played by Hugh Reilly
  3. Lassie's Great Adventure (1963) Played by Hugh Reilly

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From "Lassie: Apron Strings (#7.17)" (1961)
Ruth Martin: Oh, Paul, I hope your realize what you've done.
Paul Martin: Ruth, he's been getting a hundred percent on his homework every day.
Ruth Martin: You've been getting a hundred on his homework. You've given him all the answers.
Paul Martin: There's nothing wrong with that, Ruth. He's corrected his own mistakes, hasn't he?
Ruth Martin: Yes but he didn't understand why he made the mistakes or how he got the answers. He didn't learn the method of working the problem so when he got into class he couldn't do it by himself.
Paul Martin: I was only trying to help.
Ruth Martin: Paul, you've said that Timmy is old enough to take the heartbreak of watching puppies die. Well, I say he's old enough to do his own homework. We both have to learn to let our boy take the bad with the good.
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