Have Gun - Will Travel

Season 3 Episode 3

Les Girls

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Aired Saturday 9:30 PM Sep 26, 1959 on CBS
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Paladin is hired by J. Brodie to deliver three mail-order brides to Bend-In-The-River, Oregon.

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    Mabel Albertson

    Mabel Albertson

    Madame Chalon

    Guest Star

    Helene Stanley

    Helene Stanley

    Yvonne

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    Danielle de Metz

    Danielle de Metz

    Annette

    Guest Star

    Kam Tong

    Kam Tong

    Hey Boy

    Recurring Role

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      • Madame: We go to a place, M'sieu, where the loneliness cuts at a man like a knife. Does M'sieu think we will be...welcome?
        Paladin: Madame, I can only assure you, if I ever order a mail-order bride, it will be from your catalog.

      • (Paladin shares his camp cooking with the hungry girls)
        Paladin: Biscuits a la Paladin, Madame. Crude, unsanitary, in some aspects even uncouth, but I think you will find it also delicious.

      • (Madame Chalon has refused Paladin's request that they help with the camp chores)
        Madame: We have an old saying in France, M'sieu. "When the servant is given the weapons, he begins to act like a master".
        (Paladin assists the "cargo" from the wagon)
        Paladin: Madame, we have an old saying in this country, too. Captain John Smith said it first. "All stomachs are equal. Those who work--eat."

      • Yvonne: Are all the men in this country like Monsieur Paladin?
        Madame: For this you are awake me? Ahh!
        Yvonne: He's very strong, I think. You're wrong about him. He's intelligent; still at the same time, he has a simplicity. There were no men like this in Paris.
        Madame: For which the French government can say prayers of thanks.

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