Have Gun - Will Travel: Season 3, Episode 12

Champagne Safari (5 Dec. 1959)

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Paladin is asked to join a Buffalo hunting party. He encounters a group fearful of Wogs (Indian, savages) after the death of one of the party, killed by an arrow from 100 yards away.

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Charles Trevington
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Paladin is asked to join a Buffalo hunting party. He encounters a group fearful of Wogs (Indian, savages) after the death of one of the party, killed by an arrow from 100 yards away.

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Have Tourists, Will Entertain
8 May 2007 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Paladin's friend Gravely (Wiliam Mims) has a profitable business escorting dudes from the east on western adventures. He even has a deal with a local Indian chief (Gilman Rankin) for his braves to perform fake raids and provide a little excitement. But when one of the traveling tourist party is killed by an Indian arrow, everything changes.

Patric Knowles plays Trevington, the clueless British gentleman who is the head of the expedition. His sister Charity (Valerie French) is full of ambition that's stifled by 19th century limits for women. Lou Krugman plays Antoine, the cliché French hunter/trapper who just drips with suspicion.

Actually not a bad episode, with a mix of action, mystery and a lot of humor, provided by the Indians (they have to be a branch of "F-Troop"'s Hakowi tribe), who complain about the expedition running around like a bunch of savages, disturbing their long running deal.

Eventually, Paladin proves who really shot that arrow and why in a way that would make Hec Ramsey proud.


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