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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.
A determined nurse hires Paladin to escort her to a town needing a doctor. En route they meet two men who claim that Indians killed their partner. However, Paladin suspects otherwise.
While traveling through the mountains, Paladin gets involved in a feud between two families.
A Mexican bandito, Solomon, takes Paladin and other stage passengers prisoner and tasks Paladin with giving one of them up for killing a local's wife.
When a saloon owner is shot while Paladin takes down a wanted killer, the only person who can save her is her ex-boyfriend... who is betting against her living until sunup.
Paladin comes to the aid of Henry Grey, a shy man dominated by his religious mother. Henry paid $237 to bring a free-spirited Greek girl to the States to marry him, but she would rather marry neighboring farmer Rud Saxon than put up with Henry and his dour mother. Henry wants his money back, but Paladin realizes that he wants Callie as well and plays matchmaker.
Paladin is hired to clean out the town of Bugbear. He conducts an anti-gun campaign, and is both helped and hindered by Sister Melissa... who wants him to hand in his gun as well.
A rancher hires Paladin to ride in a winner-take-all anything-goes Mouli horse race against the local Comanche tribe. The stakes: each sides' respective lands. However, when Paladin accidentally breaks the Comanche rider's arm beforehand, he switches sides and takes the brave's place.
Paladin escorts a woman, Sarah Gibbs, to collect the body of her husband Aaron after he's hung for a robbery gone wrong that resulted in the deaths of fourteen miners.
Paladin is hired to recover a piano belonging to Franz Lister, which has been stolen by thieves. They want to ransom it back, but Franz refuses to pay for the piano that is his life and joy.
When a man Paladin put away six years ago--Ben Jalisco-- escapes from prison, Paladin figures that Ben is going after his wife Lucy and rides to her to bring Ben in again.
Paladin and his prisoner run afoul of a prospector who believes the prisoner is the brother who betrayed him.
A Jewish friend invites Paladin as best man for his daughter's wedding... but a thug he testified against plans to disrupt the ceremony.
A man hires Paladin to deal with his father Esteban, who believes that he is Don Quixote. Paladin soon discovers that he has been hired in the hopes that he would kill Esteban, but would rather defend the knight errant than harm him.
The Cattlemans' Association wants Paladin to stop a ruthless older bounty hunter from killing a man they hired him to dispose of two years ago.
A miner tricks Paladin into taking his son for a month as the stakes in a poker game. However, he has second thoughts when he learns that Paladin plans to give the boy a bath... and an education.
Paladin goes to help Costigan, the brother of a man who died for him at Antioch, but discovers that Costigan intends to wipe out a squatter and his wife no matter what the cost.
An old miner, Boise Peabody, is diagnosed for death, and decides to make a mark for himself by challenging the mine camp bully to a shootout. Boise wins but asks Paladin to protect him when the dead man's brother comes looking for revenge.
Paladin tracks a vicious killer--Rusty Doggett--to a town that provides sanctuary to lawbreakers, and finds himself acting as the prosecuting attorney to convince the outlaws to let him take Rusty... with Paladin's life on the line if he fails.
A craniologist, Dr. Leopold Avatar, hires Paladin to take him to a legendary gunman who has killed thirty men in self-defense. Paladin soon discovers that Avatar will do anything to prove his theories.
A general in the Mexican revolutionary army hires Paladin to help him recover bonds from Mexican aristocrats who are holding it for the old Empress.
Paladin is summoned to Oregon to settle a land dispute, but discovers that the whole thing is a set-up by a Russian prince looking for the ultimate prey: an American gunfighter.
Paladin helps out a lovelorn miner, Buddy Webster, who fell in love with a girl five years ago and has since mined $500,000. Now Buddy plans to marry the girl... unaware that she's a saloon girl and doesn't remember Buddy.
An astrology buff hires Paladin to track down Seth Carter, a member of a tontine lottery that he paid to enter. However, everyone who knows where Seth is dies mysteriously after Paladin finds them.
Paladin is hired to transfer two vicious criminals. They claim that their "children" are waiting along the route waiting to kill Paladin and free them.
Paladin takes refuge from a storm at a halfway house where Marshal Jim Buell is holding a man prisoner. Jim insists that men are coming for his prisoner, and he plans to stop them or die trying.
A distraught woman hires Paladin to find her missing fiancé Albert. Finding him is easy: getting him away from the Irishman who bought him to play at a bar, not so much.
A woman hires Paladin to find her mother, nicknamed "Blue Dollar Alice." Paladin soon tracks Alice to Codeyville and discovers how she got her nickname.
Paladin is set upon by an alcoholic, Moses Kadish, who has moved with his wife to the middle of nowhere to avoid any temptation to drink. However, temptation follows Moses when he drills a well and strikes whiskey.
Paladin tracks down a missing brother, and the trail leads to abandoned fort with a typhoid-ridden Colonel and his scheming aide de camp.
While visiting San Francisco, Alfred Nobel hires Paladin to locate ten missing boxes of nitroglycerin… which if they explode could blow the city off the map.
Paladin and a friend's son travel to stop a priest and a samurai from crossing the Mexican-American border to rouse the Nisei against Americans.
Paladin is called in when a father forces his two sons to fight each other to inherit his land.
The State Department hires Paladin to stop an Irish rebel, Gavin O'Shea, from invading Canada.
Practical joker Caleb Musgrove picks the wrong man to prank, and Caleb's wife Nora asks Paladin for help.
Paladin goes after a female bandit who considers herself the better of any men and has no interest in being a woman... until she meets Paladin.
Paladin is hired to dioscretely bring a government official's murderous son to justice, and tracks him to the traveling saloon where he grew up.
Paladin runs up against a stubborn fisherman as he tries to recover $20,000 in gold bullion from the bottom of a lake.
A crippled nobleman hires Paladin to help him bring a vicious killer to justice.
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