Paladin is on his way to a very important appointment outside Los Angeles. He encounters and saves an Indian girl being run down by two men. Since then, he can't shake her because she says she is in his debt, until the two men return.

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Susan Silo ...
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Francine
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Lou (as Ken Hudgins)
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Paladin is on his way to a very important appointment outside Los Angeles. He encounters and saves an Indian girl being run down by two men. Since then, he can't shake her because she says she is in his debt, until the two men return.

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6 April 1963 (USA)  »

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After the copyright notice, there is a "Seal of Good Practice". The Seal (search your favorite search engine for Code of Practices for Television Broadcasters) may have been used because Taymanee - a minor - is depicted traveling with Paladin. See more »

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Brocade meets Buckskin
18 January 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Young Taymanee is shrewd, courageous, an expert tracker and as stubborn as the proverbial mule. She prides herself on being Yosemite, daughter of a people who count the Grizzly Bear among their Clan Totems. So when Paladin saves her from a pair of "saddle punks" intent on some nasty fun, she insists that, as tribal tradition dictates, her life now belongs to Paladin. And Taymanee is a stickler for tradition!

Paladin tries everything to get rid of her: reasoning with her is useless, and even yelling at her doesn't work. He's got plenty of motivation, though; he's headed for a picnic rendezvous with a charming Mademoiselle named Francine. Francine arrives, spots Taymanee, and Paladin is treated to the sight of women from completely different worlds engaging in a fight over him. (In true Western cinematic tradition, this fight involves a roll down a hill and a dunking, during which "Francine" loses her dignity -- and her French accent!)

Meanwhile the saddle punks have returned, bent on getting revenge for the humiliation Paladin inflicted on them earlier. When the dust, so to speak, has finally settled, Taymanee is off Paladin's hands (at least for now) -- and we know Francine's wine won't be wasted!


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