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The "Wire Paladin" production notes provided with each episode are thoroughly researched, providing extensive guest-star credits and making wide-ranging connections between Have Gun and many other TV series, films, and serials of the '40s, '50s, and '60s, especially Roddenberry's Star Trek. Among the noteworthy guest stars are Lon Chaney Jr., Charles Bronson, Harry Morgan, Joseph Calleia, Harry Carey Jr., Suzanne Pleshette, Morey Amsterdam, Vincent Price, Edward Platt, and many stalwart character players from TV's golden age. The season starts well with "The Manhunter" (in which Paladin is forced to kill a young gunman and faces the wrath of his vengeful family), and Paladin's unique brand of frontier justice is memorably dispensed (along with generous quotes from Shakespeare, Milton, etc.) in such highlights as "The Man Who Wouldn't Talk" (with Bronson), "The Ballad of Oscar Wilde," "The Moor's Revenge" (with Price), "The Scorched Feather" (with Chaney) and several others. The opening credits are slightly modified as the season progresses, and Paladin's travels take him into the mountains (for some outdoor adventures late in the season) and even to Alaska, the series' most distant destination. Image quality suffers in later episodes (some mastered from vintage kinescopes or murky syndication prints), but the fact that all 39 episodes are fully intact is a blessing to anyone with fond recollections of this superior TV Western. --Jeff Shannon
best western ever written for television. I am surprised Hollywood hasn't jumped on this for a full length movie. Richard Boone is excellent!Published 1 month ago by dennis gilpin
Paladin is the ultimate hero. he's the man you want on your side. pre-Star Trek, Gene Roddenberry wrote many of the episodes of Have Gun - Will travel. it's got to be good!Published 3 months ago by Marmar
One of the few old tv series that I still enjoy as much now as then. Just wish Richard Booone was a better rider :)Published 4 months ago by Pamela M. Weston
An interesting character with equally interesting adventures.
I am looking forward to owning more of this great series.
If you like westerns, you'll love this one.
It is a classic tv show with morals and good vs. evil. Richard Boone was a classic hero who did what he felt was best for the good of the client and those around him.Published 8 months ago by Elizabeth Constantino
It was interesting to see a show that I viewed in my early days of television. I enjoyed it and found it mostly stood the test of time.Published 8 months ago by bob
All seasons were great. Once you got to know "The Man in Black" Palidin, it just kept getting better and better. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mr. Lasky
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I bought a pirated copy of seasons 4-6, and the picture and sound quality was as good as seasons 1-3 of the official version. Some people might be selling low quality versions but there are also good versions out there. Anyway, seasons 4-6 will not be released so this is the only way to get them.
Mar 4, 2008 by H. Hall | See all 6 posts
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