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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John Barrymore is great
8 July 2007 | by (California) – See all my reviews

A fairly average first season HGWT (but better than most other westerns), with a clever trick ending. As always, John Barrymore has great screen presence.

In this episode Paladin finds himself in the town of San Sebastian waiting for the stage coach (which never comes). He meets a rancher who is offering a reward for the capture of a local bandit. An encounter with a young boy leads Paladin to the mission of San Sebastian where John Barrymore plays the role of the priest. The mission is missing its statue which happens to be held by the aforementioned rancher.

Will Paladin triumph by virtue of his gun-play or will brains win the day?


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