Have Gun - Will Travel

Season 5 Episode 26

Don't Shoot the Piano Player

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Aired Saturday 9:30 PM Mar 10, 1962 on CBS
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Don't Shoot the Piano Player
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Paladin answers an advertisement placed by Emily Eubanks, who wants to find her fiance who disappeared in San Francisco three months ago. Paladin locates the young man, playing piano in a Barbary Coast saloon, but it may be that the young man does not want to return.moreless

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    • Big Jim: He plays pretty enough to melt your heart, don't he?
      Emily: That boy spent four years in a conservatory in Boston.
      Big Jim: I said he plays pretty, didn't I?

    • Paladin: Now I'm gonna count three.
      Big Nellie: You'd raise your hand in cold blood against a female?
      Paladin: You're gonna have a real good chance to find out.

    • Paladin: Albert has eight thousand dollars on the Barbary Coast? Well, a lamb in a slaughterhouse has a better chance.

    • Big Jim: Who's the lady?
      Paladin: She's a friend.
      Big Jim: Mmmmhmph. And how good a friend?
      Paladin: What does that mean?
      Big Jim: I'm just asking. How much is she worth to you?
      Paladin: She's not for sale.
      Big Jim: Mmm hmm. Well, how do you know unless ya try? Although to tell you the truth, I wasn't thinking of buying her.

    • (Albert has explained how he got "shanghaied".)
      Emily: Paladin, is this possible? In San Francisco?
      Paladin: Very possible. Especially in San Francisco. Well, what softened Big Jim's heart?
      Albert: Uh, someone stabbed the piano player and Big Nellie needed another one in a hurry. She offered Jim more money for me than the crimper did. Thirty-five dollars to be exact.
      Paladin: Well, the four years you spent in the conservatory didn't go for nothing, at any rate.

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