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Have Gun, Will Travel: The Taffeta Mayor

John Kellaway, a man running for mayor of a Wyoming town, hires Paladin to protect him from his opposition. When he dies before Paladin can arrive, the gunslinger convinces Kellaway's widow to run for mayor.

Episode Info


Episode number: 2x17
Airdate: Saturday January 10th, 1959



Guest Stars
Norma CraneNorma Crane
As Lucy Kellaway
Recurring
Robert KarnesRobert Karnes
As Clay Morrow
Recurring
William ShawWilliam Shaw
As Townsman
Recurring
Paul HahnPaul Hahn
As Townsman
Recurring
Kam TongKam Tong
As Hey Boy
Recurring
Edward PlattEdward Platt
As Arnold Oaklin
Bobby Hall (1)Bobby Hall (1)
As Ben Trask
Jeanne BatesJeanne Bates
As Harriet Morrow
Tom SteeleTom Steele
As Bailey

Uncredited
Emile AveryEmile Avery
As Townsman
Recurring
Robert Robinson (1)Robert Robinson (1)
As Townsman
Recurring
Main Cast
Richard BooneRichard Boone
As Paladin
Episode Quotes
Lucy Kellaway: Uh, but...it's absurd. A woman mayor.
Paladin: It's not as absurd, or as tragic, as a man giving his life for a cause no one is willing to fight for.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorHerb Meadow  |  Sam Rolfe
ProducerSam Rolfe
EditorSamuel Gold
CastingLynn Stalmaster  |  James Lister (2)
HairstylistMadine Danks
Make-upDonald Roberson
Set DesignerPaul Sylos
Set DecoratorRaymond Boltz, Jr.
Property MasterMike Gordon (1)
Script SupervisorRichard Chaffee
Director of PhotographyStuart Thompson
Story EditorDon Ingalls
Main Title ThemeBernard Herrmann
Main Title Theme Written/performedJohnny Western
WardrobeJoseph Dimmitt
Assistant DirectorHoward Joslin
Supervising EditorFred W. Berger
Special Photographic EffectsLouis Dewitt  |  Jack Rabin
 
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