Have Gun - Will Travel: Season 1, Episode 2

The Outlaw (21 Sep. 1957)

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Paladin accepts the task of capturing an escaped criminal, only to form an irregular bond with the convicted man.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Sheriff Jake Ludlow
Steve Mitchell ...
Barry Cahill ...
Abe Talltree
Sarah Holt
Kam Tong ...
Warren Parker ...
Ned Alcorn


Paladin accepts the task of capturing an escaped criminal, only to form an irregular bond with the convicted man.

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Death Wish
20 February 2007 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

I love seeing Charles Bronson in early roles like this. He's really quite good. In this he stars as Manfred Holt, an escaped prisoner who's been sentenced to hang, but is determined to go see his wife and newborn son before he is executed. Palladin makes a deal with him--he'll let him go see his wife and son if he gives his word he won't try and escape or give him a hard time on the way back to prison.

In addition to Bronson, Barry Cahill makes the first of his seven appearances on the series, this time as Abe Talltree. Peggy Stewart, who plays Manfred Holt's wife would also return to the series as a different character in the 1961 episode "The Brothers".

Palladin again uses his judgment, and his powers of observation as well as his gun, in the end maybe even doing Holt a favor rather than taking him back where he'll be hung from a rope.

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