Have Gun - Will Travel

Season 2 Episode 7

The Road to Wickenburg

Aired Saturday 9:30 PM Oct 25, 1958 on CBS
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The Road to Wickenburg
Paladin wakes up after being drugged, beaten and robbed in the town of Blue Bell by five men, one of whom is the town's sheriff. They took his money, gun, bullets, horse and saddle. All he has left is his two-shot derringer.

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Christine White

Christine White


Guest Star

Harry Carey Jr.

Harry Carey Jr.

Sheriff Jack Goodfellow

Guest Star

Don 'Red' Barry

Don 'Red' Barry

Tom Goodfellow

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

    • (Nitpick) As Paladin confronts the "surrendering" sheriff, we see him slip his derringer from under his gun belt. His hands are in front of him. However, when he fires the gun a moment later, the close-up shows him bringing up his hand from behind his holster.

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Paladin: I came into this town this morning. I had a thousand dollars, a horse, and a gun. I intend to leave Blue Bell the same way.

    • Paladin: (after being asked about the symbol on his holster) It's the symbol of a chess knight, an attack piece. The most versatile on the board. It can move eight different ways, over barriers, and always unexpected.

    • Paladin: Well, that's a very nice sewing box you have.
      Susan: Oh, I keep it to remind me of home. My mother gave it to me when I left Philedelphia.
      Paladin: And you came west as a schoolteacher.
      Susan: Yeah. Ain't that a laugh.
      Paladin: "Isn't it" or "Is it not"; you know correct English, why don't you use it?
      Susan: Well, grammar's the same as pride. You can have both of them beat out of ya. (Confidentially) The story goes there was a fellow in Prescott. Men.
      Paladin: Treacherous breed.

    • Paladin: You know, there's an old saying: "Trust no one with your life that you cannot trust with your virtue."
      Susan: "That you could not trust with your virtue as well". Montaigne's essay, written in 1572. You ain't the only one around here who's read a book.

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