Have Gun - Will Travel: Season 3, Episode 23

The Lady on the Wall (20 Feb. 1960)

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Paladin is accused by Bonanza's citizenry of swiping the treasured painting behind the bar of the hamlet's last remaining saloon. The portrait of a vibrant and gorgeous former woman ... See full summary »

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Jevanita Felton
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Paladin is accused by Bonanza's citizenry of swiping the treasured painting behind the bar of the hamlet's last remaining saloon. The portrait of a vibrant and gorgeous former woman resident, sustains the spirits of elderly townsmen, remembering her and the area's halcyon Gold Rush days. Written by David Stevens

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Have Painting, Will Recover
28 March 2007 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Light comic episode about a stolen painting in a dying western town. Paladin finds the town of Bonanza to be a virtual ghost town. The only people in it are a group of old miners (including Hank Patterson, "Green Acres" Mr. Ziffel) a bartender and a housekeeper, Miss Felton (Lillian Bronson). The men in the town come to the bar to drink and admire the painting of the lovely Anne--until one morning they discover the painting is gone. As the only new guy in town, Paladin becomes everyone's immediate suspect.

This is a sweet, funny episode, handled with a nice touch by director Ida Lupino. You can kind of see the ending coming way in advance, but in this case, that's okay--its not the destination, its the journey. Boone gets to play bemused, thoughtful and solves the crime along the way to everyone's satisfaction.

It's a nice change of pace.


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