Paladin is hired to find a killer. His usual fee is paid for instead with a ring. A ring that may tie his employer to his quarry with him in the middle.

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Jean Inness ...
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Paladin is hired to find a killer. His usual fee is paid for instead with a ring. A ring that may tie his employer to his quarry with him in the middle.

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2 June 1962 (USA)  »

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Baron Otto von Albrecht: Do not let these alarm you Mr. Paladin. When I am on a horse, its legs become mine. I rode before I walked.
Paladin: Well, other men had first to crawl.
Baron Otto von Albrecht: You are a paradox Sir Paladin. A gentleman knight who risks lance and life for people he dislikes or even hates to get enough money to pamper his expensive tastes. At the very best or least my dear Paladin, you are a spiritual assasin.
Paladin: You do take advantage of your years old man.
Baron Otto von Albrecht: D take every advantage. And why not? I am the creation of all the von ...
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A Couple of Interesting Characters, Otherwise Average
24 August 2011 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Average episode, at best. Imperious Baron von Albrect (Novello) hires Paladin to search out killer Frome (Corry), but Paladin gets no help from townspeople, including berserk kid (Kuenstle) and his hotel-keeper mom (Inness). Meanwhile arrogant baron is offending the very people Paladin needs help from.

The snooty baron is a real acting departure for the usually meek and mild Novello. And see if you agree: Corry the gunman appears something of a James Dean look- alike. In my book, the demented kid is the entry's most interesting feature. You don't know what he'll do next. But, I really didn't like the opening hotel scene where Paladin the lady-killer is spread on much too thick. Plus the two comely ladies don't even get a cast mention. Note too how they rather awkwardly remain silent the whole time, meaning they get paid less for non-speaking roles. In fact, the whole episode looks more cheaply produced than usual.


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