“Love and Honor”


Season:              2 episode 3
Series Episode 11
Air Date:           January 22, 1999



“Who knows what the day will bring?” –  Raphael Cordero de Martinez



To defend the honor of a young woman.



None expected, but there is hope of recompense.



Euphemisms / Quotes / Literary References


“Lady’s (Inez) been here in town a mere two weeks and already she sees through you like a pane glass window.” – Ezra


“…that girl’s (Inez)” never” is gonna turn into a yes faster than a rabbit with its tail on fire.” – Bucklin “Buck”  Wilmington


“Gonna be a scorcher today, hotter than a burnt boot.” John “J. D.” Dunne


“Hot enough to wither a fence post.” – Casey Wells


“Hot enough to sunburn a horned toad.” – John “J. D.” Dunne


“It’ll be so hot, we’ll have to put the chickens on ice to keep them from laying hard-boiled eggs.” – Casey Wells


“It’s gonna be so damn hot that, that if a man died here and went to hell, he’d feel like writing home for a blanket.” – John “J. D.” Dunne


“Would this face lie?” – Bucklin “Buck” Wilmington To which Inez Rocios replies, “Like a wet rug, senor.”


“With people like Don Paulo, sooner or later you got to make a stand.” – Vin Tanner


“You seen that fella (Don Paulo Monterro)? He’s prettier that a heifer in a flower bed.” – Bucklin “Buck” Wilmington


“Yet, I share your dismay at today’s public demand for entertainment (the duel). Why, it calls to mind the decline and fall of Rome, which…” – Ezra Standish


(Using a rapier is) “Just like whipping a mule.” Bucklin “Buck” Wilmington


“God give you a fear ’cause fear helps you fight. Got wants you to fight ’cause he wants you to live.” –  Josiah Sanchez





Cast & Crew Lists


CharacterRoleActorActor AgeStatus
Chris Larabee

Michael Biehn
Vin Tanner
GunfighterEric Close
John “J.D." Dunne
GunfighterAndrew Kavovit
Bucklin "Buck" Wilmington
GunfighterDale Midkiff
Josiah Sanchez
Gunfighter/ TheologianRon Perlman
Ezra Standish
Gambler/ Conman/ Gunfighter
Anthony Starke
Nathan Jackson
Gunfighter / HealerRick Worthy
Mary Travis
Owner and editor of The Clarion News
Laurie Holden
Pico Chavez
Murderer / Thief / Gang leader
William Paul Brown
Raphael Cordero de Martinez
Don Paulo Monterro's bodyguard
A Martinez
Don Paulo Monterro
Son of a hacendado
Jesse Borrego
Inez Rocios
Manager of The Standish Tavern
Fabiana Udenio
Casey Wells
Niece of a local rancher
Dana Barron
Don Paulo Monterro's bodyguard
Marco Rodriguez
Don Paulo Monterro's bodyguard
Clay (M.) Lilley
TownsmanJohnny Luckett
David S. Winn III
Senor Monterro
Raphael's patron / Don Paulo's father / Hacendado




DirectorGregg Champion
First Assistant DirectorKen (Kenneth D.) Collins

Second Assistant Director
Susan Price

Developed by
John Watson / Pen Desham
Original Screenplay
William Roberts / Walter Bernstein (uncredited) / Walter Newman (uncredited)

Written by
Rob Wright
Script Supervisor
Kathy (Kathleen) Mulligan

Script CoordinatorChristina Weir
Executive Producers

Pen Densham
/ Richard Barton Lewis
/ Walter Mirisch
/ Mark Stern
/ John Watson
Steve Beers / Lynne Symons

Associate ProducerDennis C. Duckwall
Supervising ProducerMelissa Rosenberg
Consulting ProducerMark Haskell Smith
Composer: Original ThemeElmer Bernstein
MusicJohn Van Tongeren

Composer: Additional Music
Dave Metzger (uncredited)
Director of Photography
William Wages, A.S.C.

Camera Operator(s)

Gregory Paul Collier / Brian Sullivan (uncredited)
Film LoaderMathew Brewer (uncredited)
Key Grip
Jason (D.) Hodges
Best Boy GripBob Snowdon (uncredited)
Chief Lighting Technician
Jack Todd
Best Boy Electric
J. B. Richner (uncredited)
Film Editor
David Post
Additional Editor

Pam (Pamela) Malouf (uncredited)
Supervising Sound Editor(s)
Victor Iorillo, M.P.S.E. /Doug Kent

Sound Editor(s)Miles O'Fun
Production Sound Mixer
Richard Schexnayder
Re-recording Mixer(s)
Pete Elia / Larry Stensvold
Art Director
John Bucklin
Set Decorator
John (F.) Brown

Construction Coordinator
Dean (R.) Brown
Property Master
Curtis Akin
Assistant Property MasterJames L. Eddy (uncredited)
Propmaker Foreman
Steven Fidler (uncredited)
Location Manager
Patrick Mignano
Location Liaison
Daniel Veluzatd (uncredited)
Transportation Coordinator
Rocky Reed
Production Designer
Jerry Wanek
Unit Production Manager
Bob (Robert M.) Rolsky

Production Coordinator
Bill (William) Sell
Post-Production Executive
Hudson Hickman (uncredited)
Post-Production Supervisor
Shana Fischer Huber
Post-Production AssistantMichelle Sabrina Wong (uncredited)
Production Accountant
Jeff Gafin
Original casting
Janet Hirshenson, C.S.A. / Jane Jenkins, C.S.A.
Mary Jo Slater, C.S.A.

Casting AssociateTim (Timothy) Michals
Costume Design
Makeup Artist/ Makeup Department Head

Phyllis Temple
Makeup ArtistDavid Abbott (uncredited)
Hair Stylist(s)

Gary Walker
Special Effect Coordinator
Dan (Danny) Lester
Stunt Coordinator
Walter Scott
Assistant Stunt Coordinator
Tony Lee Boggs (uncredited)
Stunt DoubleAnthony De Longis (Dale Midkiff) / Terence J. Rotolo (Jesse Borrego)
Sword MasterAnthony Delongis (De Longis)
Boss Wrangler
Clay M. Lilley (uncredited)
Main Title
Frankfurt Balkind
Film Laboratory Services
FotoKem (Film lab)
Audio Post Production
Westwind Media
Post Production Services
The Post Group (Production Suites)
Production Companies
Trilogy Entertainment Group / The Mirisch Corporation / Metro Goldwyn Mayer (MGM) (Television)

Distribution Company
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)




Annals of Time

Troy (Grecian Empire)


Refreshments & Libations

Grimes Golden apples

Red wine










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