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Season: 2 episode 35
Series Episode: 74
Air Date: May 23, 1959
“Well, I can see him as wild, impetuous, immature. But a killer?”
Need you. Life in danger. Come at once. Stanhope
Deathbed Confession Clears Ed Stacy.
Dying of gun shot wounds suffered in a futile attempt to rob the Overland Stage, Joe Barnes, a former driver, confessed to another holdup two years ago and exonerated Ed Stacy who had been convicted of the crime and sentenced to a long term in prison. Will Stanhope, president of the Overland line, announced he would personally arrange for Stacy’s release and expressed profound regret at the miscarriage of justice.
$3000 as payment for Paladin’s fee and any money he has to pay Ed Stacy to leave town.
“Heat not a furnace for your foes so hot that it do singe yourself.”
Paladin quoting Shakespeare
“Heat not a furnace for your foes so hot
That it do singe yourself.”
William Shakespeare, Henry VIII Act I Scene 1
“Now conscience wakes despair,
That slumber’d; wakes the bitter memory
Of what he was, what is, and what he must be.”
Cast & Crew Lists
|Paladin||An arbiter||Richard Boone||41||Credited|
|Kim Chan "Hey Boy"||Hotel Carlton porter||Kam Tong||52||Credited|
|Dan Bannon||Ben Stacy's friend||Thom Carney||36||Credited|
|Floyd Bannon||Ben Stacy's friend||Jim (James) Hyland||45||Credited|
|Ben Stacy||Ed Stacy's brother||Don Mcgowan||37||Credited|
|Ed Stacy||Convicted stage robber||Ed Nelson||30||Credited|
|Will Stanhope||President of the Overland Stage Line||Lewis Martin||64||Credited|
|Clyde Potsie||Hammond sheriff||Dick Rich||50||Credited|
|Three Forks Station bartender||Frank Gerstle||43||Credited|
|Woman in the Hotel Carlton lobby||Fran Frost||45||Credited|
|Deputy / Shotgun||Larry Blake||45||Credited|
|Joe Barnes||Stagecoach robber||Mentioned|
|Director||Andrew V. McLaglen|
|Assistant Director||Howard Joslin
|Creators||Herb Meadow & Sam Rolfe
|Script Supervisor||Richard Chaffee|
|Story Editor||Don Ingalls|
|Production Manager||Glenn Cook
|Director of Photography||Stuart Thompson, A.S.C.|
|Opening Theme Music Composer||Bernard Hermann (Herrmann)
|"Ballad of Paladin" Singer||Johnny Western|
|"Ballad of Paladin" written by||Johnny Western, Richard Boone, Sam Rolfe
|Supervising Editor||Fred W. Berger, A.C.E.
|Film Editor||Samuel (Sam) Gold|
|Optical Effects||Jack Rabin & Louis DeWitt
|Sound Editor||Roderick Sound, Inc.
|Property Master||Mike Gordon|
|Makeup Artist||Donald (W.) Roberson|
|Hair Stylist||Madine Danks, C.H.S.|
|Set Decorator||Raymond Boltz, Jr.
|Set Design||Paul Sylos, Jr.|
|Richard Boone's Stunt Double||Hal Needham|
|Production Companies||A CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System) Television Network Production, Filmaster Productions
|Recording Company'||Westrex Recording System
|ATFP (Alliance of TV Film Producers)
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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