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Have Gun, Will Travel: The Man Who Wouldn't Talk

Paladin gets an unusual request from Chris Sorenson, a man who has a hard time speaking when around women, after he falls for his new neighbor, Maria de Castro.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x3
Airdate: Saturday September 27th, 1958

Guest Stars
Charles BronsonCharles Bronson
As Chris Sorenson
Harry Carey, Jr.Harry Carey, Jr.
As Bud
Grace RaynorGrace Raynor
As Maria de Castro
Celia LovskyCelia Lovsky
As Aunt Anna
Edmund JohnstonEdmund Johnston
As Jeff Brewer
Bob TetrickBob Tetrick
As Wrangler
Dyan CannonDyan Cannon
As Fifi (as Diane Cannon)

Fred McDougallFred McDougall
As Ranch Hand
Sam Harris (1)Sam Harris (1)
As Party Guest
Main Cast
Richard BooneRichard Boone
As Paladin
Episode Quotes
Fifi: Poor Christian. He loves Roxanne and just can't tell her.
Mimi: Imagine Cyrano courting a girl for another man, it's laughable.
Paladin: Laughable? At the Paris premiere, the tears of the ladies in the boxes drenched the people sitting in the orchestra below.
Mimi: Darling, please tell us, how does it end?
Fifi: Be a dear, Paladin.
Paladin: It ends, as all good plays should, early enough to leave some of the evening for talk and some for wine, and some for... one thing or another.
Fifi: Why, Mr. Paladin!

Other Episode Crew

CreatorHerb Meadow  |  Sam Rolfe
ProducerSam Rolfe
EditorSamuel Gold
CastingLynn Stalmaster
HairstylistPat Whiffing
Make-upGlen Alden
Set DesignerPaul Sylos
Set DecoratorRaymond Boltz, Jr.
Property MasterMike Gordon (1)
Script SupervisorMary Chaffee
Director of PhotographyFleet Southcott
Main Title ThemeBernard Herrmann
Main Title Theme Written/performedJohnny Western
WardrobeJoseph Dimmitt
Assistant DirectorNathan Barragar
Supervising EditorFred W. Berger
Special Photographic EffectsLouis Dewitt  |  Jack Rabin
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