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“The Night the Town Died”
Season: 3 episode 21
Series Episode: 99
Air Date: February 6, 1960
“Which one are you, Frazier? Are you the one that put the rope around Aaron Bell’s neck? Or did you just cheer and yell for the trap to fall?”
Verbal request by Warren
Cast & Crew Lists
Character Role Actor Actor Age Status
Paladin An arbiter Richard Boone 42 Credited
Kim Chan "Hey Boy" Hotel Carlton porter Kam Tong 53 Credited
Aaron Bell Former convict / Confederate sympathizer Barry Cahill 38 Credited
Frazier Storekeeper / Union sympathizer Vic Perrin 43 Credited
Penelope "Penny" Frazier Frazier's daughter Sally Singer Credited
Howard Sheriff Robert J. Stevenson 44 Credited
Freida Howard Howard's wife Mary Gregory Credited
Sayer Union sympathizer Arthur Space 51 Credited
Warren Banker / Union sympathizer Barney Phillips 46 Credited
Aaron Bell's brother / Confederate soldier Mentioned
Sayer's father Mentioned
Assistant Director Jack Voglin
Creators Herb Meadow & Sam Rolfe
Teleplay Calvin Clements (Sr.), & Frank Pierson
Story Calvin Clements (Sr.)
Script Supervisor Richard Chaffee
Producer Ben Brady
Associate Producer Frank R. Pierson
Production Manager Howard Joslin
Director of Photography Stuart Thompson, A.S.C.
Art Director Walter E. Keller
Opening Theme Music Composer Bernard Hermann (Herrmann)
Episode Music by Rene Garriguenc (Uncredited)
"Ballad of Paladin" Singer Johnny Western
"Ballad of Paladin" written by Johnny Western, Richard Boone, Sam Rolfe
Music Editor Gene Feldman
Production Supervisor Dewey Starkey
Film Editor Everett Sutherland
Sound Editor Roderick Sound, Inc.
Sound Effects Gene Eliot, M.P.S.E.
Property Master Arthur Friedrich
Donald (W.) Roberson
Madine Danks, C.H.S.
Wardrobe Joseph Dimmitt
Set Decorator Herman N. Schoenbrun & Charles Vassar
Casting Stalmaster-Lister Co.
Richard Boone's Stunt Double
Hal Needham (Uncredited)
Production Companies A CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System) Television Network Production
Recording Company' Westrex Recording System
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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