Mrs Quincy longs to see her granddaughter who has been away since she was six. When her daughter and husband died in the mine fields, she was taken in. Now betrothed to be married, Paladin is hired to ensure she is this long lost relative.

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Robert Emhardt ...
Amos Powers
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Daniel Powers
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Mrs. Randolph Quincy
Gale Garnett ...
Prudence Powers / Consuela Cassidy
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Hector Mackenby
Sandy Donigan ...
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Mrs Quincy longs to see her granddaughter who has been away since she was six. When her daughter and husband died in the mine fields, she was taken in. Now betrothed to be married, Paladin is hired to ensure she is this long lost relative.

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19 January 1963 (USA)  »

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Heir Conditioning
29 January 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A wealthy widow asks Paladin to locate her granddaughter, the long- lost product of an "unacceptable" marriage whose participants have both died tragically. She has a specific young lady in mind, whose upcoming betrothal was mentioned in a small-town paper, a badly faded photograph, and some sketchy family details.

Paladin arrives at the outskirts of a town bearing the curious name of Jehovah, locates the girl ( suitably re-christened) and learns she was "bought" as child by a Bible-touting Patriarch who raised her to care for him and his son. Paladin displays some interesting gifts here, including, in addition to fluency in Armenian; a mastery of hypnotism and considerable prowess in Capoeira -- "Brazilian" style jujitsu, in this case performed sans the traditional music.

The girl puts on a fine display of the temper she inherited from her Irish father, the betrothal becomes a casualty of True Love, and when everything is suitably settled, we are left with only one question.

With all the well-earned "fees" Paladin declines, drastically reduces, or simply gives away, how on earth does he support his alter-ego's lifestyle?


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