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not planed. TV Show was canceled.
The man known only as "Paladin" lives in San Francisco at the Carlton Hotel, accustomed to the fanciest food and furnishings. He afford it all by riding out as a gunslinger and charging top dollar for his services. His calling card? "Have Gun Will Travel." Paladin will take on any case if a client meets his fee, but whether he helps them or not depends on whether he thinks that they deserve it. A West Point graduate with an unknown past, Paladin is as likely to help a client with his lightning wits and sense of strategy, as he is to use his gun and his hold-out derringer.
Paladin is forced to kill a wanted murderer in self-defense. When he takes the man's body to his home, the man's brothers come looking for revenge.
Paladin goes after an elderly bank robber, Pappy French, while two of the robbers that Pappy abandoned come after him with a more sinister intent in mind.
A tongue-tied rancher hires Paladin to help him talk to a new neighbor, Maria de Castro, who he has fallen in love with and wants to marry. However, the new neighbor's ramrod wants to stage a war between the two ranches so Maria will sell her property to him.
A rancher hires Paladin to ride to the penitentiary to delay the hanging of the rancher's son Roy until the governor issues a stay of exceution.
Mild-mannered barber Ernie Teller, wires Paladin everything he has to come to Florence and help him against two men who have settled on the same woman that Ernie has.
A young man hires Paladin to teach him how to use a gun to defend himself. Paladin befriends his student, and soon learns that he has become a vicious killer.
Paladin is waylaid on the way to Wickenburg and a saloon girl takes him in. She offers to help him get his gun and money back if he takes her with him.
Paladin is hired to protect a simple-minded man accused of murder, but soon discovers that the crime is more complicated than anyone believes.
Paladin is hired to settle a water dispute between a town's ranchers and an ex-gunfighter who has sworn vengeance on the town for letting his wife die... and has trained his son to become a hardened killer.
A British spinster hires Paladin to take her through Comanche territory to her brother's ranch.
Two miners suspect each other of trying to kill him to get their mine for himself, and Paladin is caught in the middle.
Paladin offers his services as a bodyguard to Oscar Wilde, and has to earn his money when Oscar is kidnapped.
Paladin undertakes a job to deliver notice that a cavalry corporal has won $600,000 in the Louisiana Lottery... and the corporal is stranded in hostile Indian territory.
Paladin picks up a drunken rich man while traveling to help a rancher and his daughter who have been chased off of their land.
Paladin tries to convince two actors not to go to San Diego to perform Othello, where a rough crowd of cowboys is waiting.
Paladin sells his services to a rich man whose life is threatened, but soon discovers that it's a set-up.
When a mayoral candidate hires Paladin to protect him from local thugs, he's killed before Paladin can get there. Paladin offers his services to the man's widow.if she runs in her husband's place.
Paladin and his fellow stagecoach passengers--including an Indian princess-are waylaid by outlaws.
Paladin is forced to take a quarter of a treasure map from a man who lost to him in poker, and the man hires Paladin to collect his share of the treasure for him.
Paladin gets caught between a vicious ex-Confederate soldiers and the young girl that he and his sons are feuding over.
Paladin gets involved in a range war between two brothers: one of whom he respects, and the other who he owes a life debt to.
A man driven mad between his Indian heritage and the white man ways he was taught hires Paladin to protect his father William... from himself.
Diana Coulter summons Paladin to give her away at her wedding. Paladin soon discovers that Diana is engaged to a tyrannical rancher, and she summoned Paladin sot hat he could help her escape.
Paladin is hired to determine why a local man's brain-damaged daughter disappeared for a week, apparently at the hands of a local monster.
A vengeful rancher hires Paladin to help him bring in a half-breed Comanche that killed two of his friends.
Paladin rides out to bring in a gunfighter, and watches the man Juan gun down Paladin's would-be employer. An amnesty is declared and Juan swears to obey it, convincing Paladin. However, when Juan returns home, he discovers that his fiance has chosen another man.
Paladin arrives at a tent mining tent town and is immediately accused of murdering a local miner. He not only has to prove that he's innocent but find the guilty party.
Paladin is bushwhacked by a crooked foreman who is robbing the ranch out from under the beautiful but isolated owner who owns it. Once the foreman leaves, Paladin stays on as a hand to get the full story.
A woman hires Paladin to bring in her husband--wanted for murder and bank robbery--before the posse following him catches and kills him.
Paladin comes to the aid of his play-by-mail chess opponent, who is involved with a land dispute in Alaska.
Paladin finds himself between a rock and a hard place when he has to defend his prisoner from the man who hired him to bring the man in... and wants him dead.
Paladin goes to help Chaplain Robert April, who has gone into the high mountains in the dead of winter looking for an escaped convict who was under his care.
Rancher Aaron Murdock hires Paladin to bring in his son Lew... and keep Lew's younger brother Jamie from riding off with Lew.
Paladin is hired to bring in a deserter, who left the cavalry to rescue a girl and ends up marrying her.
Stage owner Will Stanhope hires Paladin to protect him from a man who spent two years in prison for a crime he didn't commit.
Paladin is hired to bring in a vicious killer who has killed five men since he escaped jail. However, not everything is as it seems.
A boy whose Mexican mother gave him up to a rich wholesaler is torn between two worlds when eight years later, his birth mother wants him back.
A rich woman who owns a lumber mill hires Paladin to deal with her stepson, who is supposedly sabotaging the operation.
Paladin comes to the aid of an elderly miner and his son who are defending their claim from jumpers. The old man thinks that Paladin is Satan and offers his soul in return for his help.
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