Have Gun - Will Travel (1957–1963)
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The Night the Town Died 

Paladin is hired to protect Aaron Bell from the townspeople who all may want to kill the just released convict. He was sentenced for treason, protecting his fugitive brother Paul from the ... See full summary »

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(teleplay) (as Calvin Clements), (teleplay) (as Frank R. Pierson) | 3 more credits »
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Barry Cahill ...
Aaron Bell
Mary Gregory ...
Freida Howard
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Sayer
Vic Perrin ...
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Warren
Sally Singer ...
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Paladin is hired to protect Aaron Bell from the townspeople who all may want to kill the just released convict. He was sentenced for treason, protecting his fugitive brother Paul from the army. Who does he need to worry about? The townspeople or Aaron? Written by DrDOS

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Western

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6 February 1960 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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Not a Good One
17 May 2010 | by (Long Island Motor Parkway) – See all my reviews

I love the "Have Gun, Will Travel" series, which is one of the best of all the TV western series. Unfortunately, this episode is not among my favorites. Simply put, it's too talky, too staged, & too preachy. The moral issues at hand are important, but the small, one-set staged performances are just not my cup of tea. The actors seem capable enough, but their delivery seems more forced than sincere. Each seems to wait patiently for their turn in a round-table type of debate, & during each actor's turn, they over-emote by yelling at each other. This series includes many other episodes that handle issues just as significant as this show's, but do so in a more dynamic fashion without seeming to be a stage play.


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