Paladin meets a drunken Col Lacey at the Carlton. He is there fearful of going home to his lovely wife after being away for some time seeking his fortune. Will she be as loving and faithful...
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Paladin meets a drunken Col Lacey at the Carlton. He is there fearful of going home to his lovely wife after being away for some time seeking his fortune. Will she be as loving and faithful as he has been? Paladin decides to help him find out, regardless of the consequences. Written by
Bartender is at the far end of the bar. When they show a closeup of Paladin at the other end of the bar, the barkeep is right there with him. See more »
A woman of valor, who shall find? For her price is far above rubies. The heart of her husband trusteth her and he has no lack of gain. She doeth him good and not evil all the days of her life.
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Paladin looks on as a confused husband decides whether to return to his long-suffering wife.
An episode like this signals clear series exhaustion. The 30-minutes is poorly written, erratically directed, and muddled in upshot, suggesting the writers are running out of ideas. Director McLaglen can't seem to decide whether to play the proceedings as farce or drama. And since there's no action to speak of, there remains precious little to hold viewer interest. Then too, Boone looks somewhat bored, which following 5-years of the same role is probably understandable. I don't like knocking an entry like this. But then, the series did establish a fairly high standard for the Western saturated late-1950's. And I hate to see it losing quality like this. It's likely a good thing the series folded soon after.
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