Have Gun - Will Travel: Season 4, Episode 34

Bearbait (13 May 1961)

TV Episode  -   -  Western
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In taking a commission, Paladin travels to Deerfield. There he immediately falls afoul of a young, abusive ranch hand. After being put in his place, he recruits two coworkers to help him do likewise to Paladin.

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Episode credited cast:
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Judi Meredith ...
Sally - Waitress
Martin West ...
Bunk
Stephen Roberts ...
Richard Rust ...
Sim
Ralph Reed ...
Burt
Frank Ferguson ...
Kincaid
Jack Tesler ...
Father
Ollie O'Toole ...
Tim - Room Clerk / Telegrapher
James Maloney ...
Jimmy
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LaRue Farlow ...
Girl in Hotel Carlton Lobby
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In taking a commission, Paladin travels to Deerfield. There he immediately falls afoul of a young, abusive ranch hand. After being put in his place, he recruits two coworkers to help him do likewise to Paladin.

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Juvenile Delinquents, Frontier Style
7 July 2011 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Paladin hires into a frontier town where he's harassed by three young cowhands and implored by waitress Sally (Meredith) to help her leave the "sinkhole" community. All the while, a do- nothing sheriff stands around making excuses.

Average episode with a good characterization from Meredith, whose abused young woman is too scared to be of much help to Paladin. However, the three callow hooligans are straight out of the juvenile delinquent category so popular at the time. Good to see familiar face Franklyn Ferguson (Kincaid) picking up a payday as a hardened rancher. To me, the violence was less credible than usual and poorly staged, probably because the script made it so abrupt. But it's that final "walk away" scene you're likely to remember.


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