Have Gun - Will Travel

Season 5 Episode 38

The Knight

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Aired Saturday 9:30 PM Jun 02, 1962 on CBS

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    • Paladin: (observing a chess match between two ladies, Paladin reaches into the board but is stopped by both of them) You know, it's a very good thing that Nature did not give you as much brains as she did beauty, because then you would both be geniuses instead of the most attractive--
      Otto: (thrusting Paladin's card under his nose) I understand you undertake certain types of employment, Mr. Paladin.

    • Otto: (referring to his crippled legs) Do not let these alarm you, Mr. Paladin. When I am on a horse, its legs become mine. I rode before I walked.
      Paladin: While other men had first to crawl, huh.
      Otto: You are a paradox, Sir Paladin. A gentleman knight who risks lance and life for people he dislikes or even hates, to get enough money to pamper his expensive tastes. At the very best--or least, my dear Paladin, you are a spiritual assassin.
      Paladin: You do take advantage of your years, old man.
      Otto: I take every advantage. And why not? I am the creation of all the von Albrechts who ever lived. In a sense, I am six hundred years old. Six centuries of breeding and tradition.
      Paladin: Well, when the meek finally do inherit the earth, my very strong conviction is that none of your bloodline will flow in the veins of the property owners. Excuse me.

    • Paladin: (after hesitating over which lady's hand to slip the ring on, only to put it on his own little finger) Ladies, do study your chess. Do.

    • Paladin: These people are not peasants. They take their living from a very hard, a very demanding land. That means they have strength, fortitude, and some amount of pride.

    • Otto: When he was very young, he was a choir boy. Six hundred years for this. The hope of a great name. Destroyed, dead in the dirt of a strange land. Now I am the very last of the von Albrechts. Do you understand what I am saying?
      Paladin: "Well may the children weep before you. They know the grief of man, without its wisdom. They sink in man's despair, without its calm."
      Otto: Whose fault, Paladin?
      Paladin: That's a question each man will have to answer for himself.

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    • Paladin: "Well may the children weep before you. They know the grief of man, without its wisdom. They sink in man's despair, without its calm."
      Paladin quotes from Elizabeth Barrett Browning's poem "The Cry of the Children."

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