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“The Solid Gold Patrol”
Season: 2 episode 13
Series Episode: 52
Air Date: December 13, 1958
“Letting your men get killed off one by one may fatten your share of that lottery ticket, Sergeant. But one thing you can be sure of, you won’t live to spend it.”
SAN FRANCISCO STAR
San Franciscan Wins Louisiana Lottery.
$600,000 TICKET HELD BY LOCAL CAVALRYMAN.
New Orleans- Last night on the bedecked and celebrity-filled stage of the Academy of Music the winning number in the Louisiana Lottery was drawn from a giant bowl filled with 100,000 numbers.
The name on the winning receipt was that of Corporal Mike Callahan, whose listed address is San Francisco. The sponsors of the lottery announce that Corporal Callahan must personally notify New Orleans and confirm that he holds the correct number to collect his mammoth $600,000 grand prize.
This newspaper, as well as civic authorities, have traced Corporal Callahan to his last station at Fort Steele, but have been unable to locate him and inform him of his bonanza. Unless Corporal Callahan comes forward, or can be found within a week, he risks forfeiting the grand prize.
Corporal Callahan offers 1/6th of the value of the ticket – $100,000
Cast & Crew Lists
|Paladin||An arbiter||Richard Boone||41||Credited|
|Kim Chan "Hey Boy"||Hotel Carlton porter||Kam Tong||51||Credited|
|Barlowe||Plains Cavalry colonel||Don Keefer||42||Credited|
|Mike Callahan||Plains Cavalry corporal||Sean McClory||34||Credited|
|Espinosa||Plains Cavalry private||Robert Cabal||41||Credited|
|Krosowski||Plains Cavalry private||Perry Cook||Credited|
|Ritter||Plains Cavalry private||James (Jim) Kline||Credited|
|Siebert||Plains Cavalry sergeant major||Mike Kellin||36||Credited|
|White Bull||Captured Apache||Eddie Little Sky||32||Credited|
|Adjutant||Michael Hagen (Hagan)||Credited|
|Hotel Carlton guest||Jeffrey Sayre||58||Uncredited|
|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.|
|Casting||Lynn Stalmaster and Associates|
|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
Council Bluff, Iowa, United States of America
Indian Springs, Nebraska, United States of America
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States of America
New York, New York, United States of America
San Francisco, California, United States of America
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