Hix sends for Paladin. When he arrives in town, he finds that Hix was killed in a gunfight even though he's the fastest man with gun who ever lived.

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Lauro
Paul Tripp ...
Reverend Harper
Jean Engstrom ...
Mrs. Hix
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Judd Bowman
Stewart East ...
Man
Kam Tong ...
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Olney
Jerry Gatlin ...
Weaver
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Zimmer
Thomas A. Sweet ...
Moon (as Tom Sweet)
Linda Cordova ...
Linda
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Hix sends for Paladin. When he arrives in town, he finds that Hix was killed in a gunfight even though he's the fastest man with gun who ever lived.

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6 October 1962 (USA)  »

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Paladin has 'hat hair' when he removes his hat in reverence to the casket of his friend, Abel Hix. In the scene immediately following, his locks have been nicely rearranged. See more »

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Nothing special
26 October 2010 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Average episode, at best. By this time, 5 years into the series, fresh ideas are hard to come by. Here, Paladin gets a hostile reception from townspeople when he tries to determine how old friend and expert gunman Hix was killed in a gunfight. Mexican boy Lauro (Blake) is big help after the man in black is roughed up and had his six-gun stolen by local rowdies. Now Paladin must not only seek justice but also get his gun back.

Episode is really a showcase for the young Blake who makes a fairly convincing Mexican boy. The only suspense comes from a Luke-warm showdown. But that ridiculous "toreador, bull fighting" scene put a big distance between me and the TV screen. In fact, that whole "capture" sequence appears tongue-in-cheek, pretty risky for a drama series. As I say, the series appears to be running out of fresh ideas.


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