Have Gun - Will Travel (1957–1963)
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A Quiet Night in Town: Part 1 

Paladin reads a newspaper article describing a brutal killing. After capturing the fugitive he goes to a small Texas town to catch a train north with his prisoner. Paladin has his hands ... See full summary »

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Paladin
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Roy Smith
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Ray Remy
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Joe Culp
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Paladin reads a newspaper article describing a brutal killing. After capturing the fugitive he goes to a small Texas town to catch a train north with his prisoner. Paladin has his hands full as the townspeople are out to liven up what would have been just another quiet night. Written by DrDOS

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7 January 1961 (USA)  »

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The end credits sequence is unique for this series. The background is the master shot of the climax. The music heard is neither Bernard Herrmann's opening theme (also used during the closing titles for the first season), nor Johnny Western's "Ballad of Paladin" (heard in all subsequent seasons and credited here regardless). It is from Fred Steiner's score composed for this installment. See more »

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Awesome!
1 August 2011 | by See all my reviews

One of the best of all episodes....both part 1 & 2 the second of a two parter. Paladin was amazing in these two episodes. I was on the edge of my seat. Although there may have been remorse about the shooting by the very bored towns folk, I think Paladin was more interested in having justice served than anything else. His gun is his tool and he uses it well...right handed or left handed. the man knows how to get the job done. Phenomenal acting and one of the better plots. I highly recommend these two episodes. You can see the acting skills Richard Boone has accumulated as the series moves on. He becomes one with this part. The script is also very good all things considered. I highly recommend this!!


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