Have Gun - Will Travel

Season 3 Episode 34

Full Circle

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Aired Saturday 9:30 PM May 14, 1960 on CBS
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A man who left Paladin to die in his place writes to Paladin and asks for his help.

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Barbara Baxley

Barbara Baxley

Lily Leighton

Guest Star

Adam Williams

Adam Williams

Simon Quill

Guest Star

Stewart Bradley

Stewart Bradley

Roy Cabell

Guest Star

Kam Tong

Kam Tong

Hey Boy

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  • QUOTES (5)

    • Paladin: This Burly, Idaho?
      Eph Trager: Well, it ain't Texas.
      Paladin: Thank you.

    • Paladin: Cabell...
      Roy Cabell: For a man who might have to kill you, maybe you ought to know my first name. Call me Roy.

    • Paladin: All right, Cabell. Just the two of us alone. I'm going to defend myself. Just like I did with your brother. Now you draw if you have to. You might even kill me. I wouldn't blame you. But I will defend myself.
      Roy Cabell: Just like with my brother Paul.
      Paladin: That's right. Just like with your brother Paul.

    • (Paladin and his current lady look at the sleeping Hey Boy)
      Lady: What's he doing?
      Paladin: He...is knitting.
      Lady: He is not!
      Paladin: Mm hmm. Knitting.
      (Hey Boy awakens)
      Hey Boy: Mr. Paladin.
      Paladin: Mm hmm. Hey Boy, this lady says you are not knitting.
      (Hey Boy mulls this over)
      Hey Boy: Sure. I'm "knitting up the ravelled sleeve of care".
      Paladin: MacBeth; pay me. (Kisses the lady)

    • Lily: Paladin. He's gonna kill Simon.
      Paladin: Well, say prayers for all the sad, poor people that Simon swindled out of their money, or charmed out of their lives.

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Hey Boy: I'm "knitting up the raveled sleeve of care."
      Referencing Macbeth, Act 2, Scene 2, Page 3. Macbeth is describing the benefit of sleep to Lady Macbeth, as the ghost and/or his conscience cries out to him "Sleep no more!", keeping him awake.

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