Paladin ventures into Mexico on the trail of a man who, it turns out, has already been arrested and is dead. Another job presents itself, however, in the form of a shipment of silver dug from the ground by prison labor.

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Pablo
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Lupita (as Barbara Luna)
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Paladin ventures into Mexico on the trail of a man who, it turns out, has already been arrested and is dead. Another job presents itself, however, in the form of a shipment of silver dug from the ground by prison labor.

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31 May 1958 (USA)  »

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When Paladin presents Don Francisco his business card, he withdraws it from the waistband of his pants and it is obviously crumpled, yet when we see it in Don Francisco's hand the card is perfectly flat. See more »

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Regaldo: [referring to Paladin] I want that man alive, do you hear? I want him to die... slowly.
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Have Story, Will Bore
13 March 2007 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

This episode starts out great as Paladin arrives at a Mexican hacienda after two days in the desert without water. The son of the hacienda's owner tries to taunt Paladin over the water, but somehow our hero has the strength to take him out and a big fight begins that is stopped by the arrival of the landowner. Unfortunately the story gets a little murky and I found myself losing interest. Paladin was looking for a man named James Becker, who he's told has died. The landowner tries to hire Paladin to make sure silver from his mine gets to the rightful owners, but Paladin is more concerned with the fate of prisoners who work in the mine and who keep dying.

Barbara Luna is in there and looks great (though not as great as she did a few years later on "Star Trek" in the "Mirror, Mirror" episode, and she's good fighting off the advances of the landowner's son, but this is mostly a forgettable episode.

Interestingly, the scene where Paladin tries to free Luna has a real "Man From UNCLE" look and feel to it. That's the show creator Sam Rolfe would later do after his "Have Gun Will Travel" days were through.


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