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Season: 6 episode 18
Series Episode: 211
Air Date: January 12, 1963
“…if thing get too tough, jusTt wire Paladin, San Francisco.”
Personal request by Bob Wire
“A morning in May; love’s young dream.”
This may be in reference to the following poem:
Bless the genial sunshine, speed the cheerful ray
Into every human heart – merry month of May.
Nature’s voice is jubilant, brooks and birds are singing;
Bells, on all the otwers round, merrily are ringing;
Flowers gay and grasses green, everywhere are teeming;
Why should sad humanity sit in dilence dreaming?
Be we then, awake to life, smiling as the flowers –
Happy as the joyous birds, in their leafy bowers.
Life, at best, is all too sad; we should cease repining –
Look upon the brighter side while the sun is shining:
Earth were not so dark a place if we were but willing
To admit some rays of light – all its niches filling.
Let us, then, with cheerfulness – faith and duty blending –
Make of all the rolling year, Summer, never ending.
George P. Emswiler,“A Morning in May”, May 1, 1864
OH! the days are gone, when Beauty bright
My heart’s chain wove;
When my dream of life, from morn till night,
Was love, still love.
New hope may bloom,
And days may come
Of milder, calmer beam,
But there’s nothing half so sweet in life
As love’s young dream.
No, there’s nothing half so sweet in life
As love’s young dream.
Tho’ the bard to purer fame may soar,
When wild youth’s past;
Tho’ he win the wise, who frown’d before,
To smile at last;
He’ll never meet
A joy so sweet,
In all his noon of fame,
As when first he sung to woman’s ear,
His soul-felt flame,
And, at every close, she blush’d to hear
The one loved name.
No,—that hallowed form is ne’er forgot
Which first love traced;
Still it lingering haunts the greenest spot
On memory’s waste.
’Twas odour fled
As soon as shed;
’Twas morning’s wingèd dream;
’Twas a light that ne’er can shine again
On life’s dull stream:
Oh! ’twas light that ne’er can shine again
On life’s dull stream.
Thomas Moore, “Love’s Young Dream”
“…blessed are the peacemakers.”
“Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God.”
Bible, Matthew 5:9 King James Version
“Tis not so deep as a well nor wide as a church door, but ’twill serve.”
ROMEO tries to break up the fight.
TYBALT stabs MERCUTIO under ROMEO’s arm.
Exeunt TYBALT, PETRUCHIO, and the other CAPULETS
I am hurt.
A plague o’ both your houses! I am sped.
Is he gone and hath nothing?
What, art thou hurt?
Ay, ay, a scratch, a scratch. Marry, ’tis enough.
Where is my page?—Go, villain, fetch a surgeon.
Exit MERCUTIO’S PAGE
Courage, man. The hurt cannot be much.
No, ’tis not so deep as a well nor so wide as a church-door, but ’tis enough, ’twill serve.
Ask for me tomorrow, and you shall find me a grave man. Iam peppered, I
warrant, for this world. A plague o’ both your houses! Zounds, a dog, a rat, a mouse,
a cat to scratch a man to death! A braggart, a rogue, a villain that fights by the book
of arithmetic! Why the devil came you between us? I was hurt under your arm.
I thought all for the best.
Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Scene 1 by William Shakespeare
Cast & Crew Lists
Character Role Actor Actor Age Status
Paladin An arbiter Richard Boone 45 Credited
Anna Anderson Anderson's daughter Irish McCalla 32 Credited
Anderson Rancher James Bell 71 Credited
Dane Anderson's foreman Christopher King Credited
Maggie McGuire Hotel Carlton housekeeper Peggy Rea 41 Credited
Tagg Leader of the farmer's group
Hal Baylor 44 Credited
Bob Wire Salesman Woodrow Parfrey 40 Credited
Smith & Wells Engraving Co. printer Jon Silo 55 Credited
"Big" John Donovan San Francisco printer / Maggie's fiance Harry Wilson 65 Uncredited
Farmer Dick Johnstone 69 Uncredited
Farmer Ethan Laidlaw 63 Uncredited
Rancher Bert Madrid 47 Uncredited
Rancher Harry Mayo 64 Uncredited
2 Anderson ranch hands
Actress with red-gold hair Mentioned
Director Jerry Hopper
Assistant Director Gary Nelson
Creators Herb Meadow & Sam Rolfe
Writer Bruce Geller
Script Supervisor Richard Chaffee
Producer Don Ingalls
Production Manager Howard Joslin
Director of Photography Frank (V.) Phillips
Art Director Richard (Y.) Haman
Opening Theme Music Bernard Hermann (Herrmann)
Episode Music by Wilbur Hatch
Conductor Wilbur Hatch
"Ballad of Paladin" Singer Johnny Western
"Ballad of Paladin" written by Johnny Western, Richard Boone, Sam Rolfe
Film Editor Everett Sutherland, A..C.E.
Frederick (Fred) A. Kessler
Recording Company Westrex Recording System
Re-recording by Joel Moss
Property Master Arthur Friedrich
Donald (W.) Roberson
Wardrobe Joseph Dimmitt
Set Decorator Claude E. Carpenter
Casting Peggy Rae
Richard Boone's Stunt Double
Hal Needham (Uncredited)
Production Companies A CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System) Television Network Production
Paramount Studios 5555 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States of America
Closing Credits background
Lone Pine, California, United States of America
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