Have Gun - Will Travel: Season 1, Episode 39

The Statue of San Sebastian (14 Jun. 1958)

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Paladin agrees to track-down a sympathetic highwayman in exchange for the return of a a piece of symbolic statuary currently being held hostage.

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Paladin agrees to track-down a sympathetic highwayman in exchange for the return of a a piece of symbolic statuary currently being held hostage.

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The Great Character Actor
19 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The actor who played in this episode was the great Hollywood character actor John Caradine, father of acting siblings David, Keith, and Robert, not John Barrymore, the patriarch of the famous acting Barrymore family.

The fact that they are both from the golden era of Hollywood and have families that followed in their footsteps, may make them easily confused by some people. They also share the same surname, and were sometimes prone to overact in an over-the-top old time Hollywood manner, but I think Caradine made it work and was much more understated than Barrymore.


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