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The man known only as "Paladin" lives in San Francisco at the Carleton 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.
When a young man comes to kill Paladin to pay off his gambling IOUs, Paladin stops him and tells him the story of how he faced a similar dilemma ten years earlier... and became the man known as Paladin.
A desperate rancher, Thad Taylor, hires Paladin to deter his housekeeper Lydia, a dominating woman who plans to marry Thad whether he wants to or not.
When Paladin convinces a man to turn himself in after promising him a fair trial, the man gets railroaded and spends eight years in prison. When he gets out, he finds Paladin waiting to escort him home.
Paladin travels to a small town to find how a fellow gunfighter died.
Paladin is hired anonymously to protect a retiring sheriff--the fastest lawman in the West--who insists that he doesn't want Paladin's help against the gunmen coming for him.
Paladin tries to bring in a killer, Ahab Tyson, but also has to deal with the vengeful man that is trying to kill Ahab to avenge his brother.
Paladin comes to Heart Valley to pay a debt and help the sheriff protect his wife from a deadly outlaw who has come back to claim his old girlfriend.
Paladin captures a man suspected of the death of a Texas Ranger, and then they're both forced to take refuge in a house with two children as marauders attack.
Paladin is called into Hogtooth to deal with three gunmen who each councilmen secretly hired to clean up the criminal element. Now the gunmen have taken over the town.
To obtain a rare brandy from a Spanish mission, Paladin undertakes to recover their stolen statue of St. Francis.
Paladin visits tom Carey, an old friend who has taken over as Marshal of the town of Sweetwater. Tom has become a tyrant, dictating his personal rules to the townspeople, and they ask Paladin to help them.
Dr. Alan Moody, who who once saved Paladin's life, calls in the favor, asking Paladin to save the son of a woman that Moody loved but who married another man.
A colonel returns from two years of looking for riches in Central America and expects his wife to be eagerly waiting for him.
A prosecuting attorney, Adams, tries to hire Paladin to kill the man who gunned down his brother. When Paladin refuses, Adam's second choice tries and is killed. Adams tries to try the killer in a kangaroo court, and Paladin insists on defending the man.
Paladin rides into a small Texas town and finds a young couple in need of a room so that the wife can deliver her body. However, the only saloon in town is filled up with drunken cowboys celebrating Christmas Eve and having no interest in helping.
The wire of an alleged bank robber hires Paladin to protect her while she recovers the $80,000 from the robbery that was never recovered.
Two Indian brothers--one the sheriff of Latigo and the other a petty criminal--each hire Paladin to bring in the other brother.
Paladin gets caught in the middle of a range war when a barbed wire salesman hires him to safeguard a delivery of wire to the town of Anderson.
A rich old woman hires Paladin to bring back her granddaughter, who is being raised by a religious mining patriarch after her parents died.
Paladin stumbles upon a peasant husband and his beautiful selfish wife... who will do anything to return to the city and live in style.
Paladin's old friend Ernie Backwater tricks Paladin into coming to his town for hunting... a dangerous fugitive.
Paladin capture a seven-time "black widower", but while bringing him back has to seek refuge with a town that turns over a prisoner for scalping to the local Osage tribe whenever they lose a chief.
Nora Larson hires Paladin to visit her husband Brian in prison and convince him to testify against the men who committed the murder he's being held for. But when Paladin gets there, he's knocked out and substituted for Brian so that the prisoner can make his escape with none the wiser.
To repay an old debt--and to collect a substantial fee--Paladin agrees to deliver the last surviving member of a Hindu royal family to a settlement across the desert.
A mysterious woman abducts and imprisons Paladin and three other people, and soon reveals that she is seeking revenge for an incident that happened six years earlier.
Paladin agrees to escort a former "mad dog killer" to an insane asylum after he is pronounced cured. However, the dead family's relatives have other plans.
A wealthy man, Werner August, hires Paladin to take him to where he left a talented sculptor, Elliot Spencer. However, Werner has an ulterior motive for finding the man.
On St. Elmo's Eve, a tyrannical land owner hires Paladin to kill the men who dare to bypass his fee for water rights.
Paladin agrees to help a dead friend's daughter return to China to take the throne.
Paladin aids an Indian maiden, who decides to "protect" Paladin to repay his debt... no matter how it interferes with his romantic life.
A matador who was unable to accept Paladin's duel challenge eight years earlier tricks Paladin into coming back... and the matador has a unique revenge planned.
Paladin is hired to pick up $10,000 from a rancher. When the man turns up dead, everyone suspects that the local Gypsies killed him... except Paladin.
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