Paladin gets a letter from the sheriff of Arroyo asking him to come help remove a covey of gunslinging water moccasins. The sheriff's nephew referred him and says he is just the man. His reward will be pretty interesting too.

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Sheriff Maude J. Smuggly
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Paladin gets a letter from the sheriff of Arroyo asking him to come help remove a covey of gunslinging water moccasins. The sheriff's nephew referred him and says he is just the man. His reward will be pretty interesting too.

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Guest star Jeanette Nolan later joined the cast of the unique repertory-theater styled (but unfortunately short-lived) TV series "The Richard Boone Show". See more »

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Worst of the series
28 March 2013 | by See all my reviews

I just bought the 4th season and I hope the rest of the DVDs are not like this one. First off, Hey Boy is gone, replaced by Hey Girl. I'm sure they had a good explanation for giving her the same name, but it had a feeling of being a little racist.

The story and dialog were not at the usual interest as those of the earlier seasons. I didn't even get this sense that this was a "Have Gun Will Travel" adventure. Paladin looked old and tired and didn't have his usual edge. The story line takes us to a town where Paladin dodged bullet fire. Even after watching the show, I didn't get a good motivation of why this happened. Supposedly, a woman sheriff was harassed by some bad guys who didn't want her in charge of the town and Paladin was there to help. Much of the time was spent in a barn,exchanging boring script. I won't tell how the story ended, but let me just say that Paladin seemed to play a minor role in the whole affair. I missed his quick wit and charm, which was such a signature in the earlier episodes.


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