(Season 4)

118-The Fatalist (September 10, 1960) An immigrant and his daughter are forced to testify in a murder trial by a crime boss.  Not wanting to comply with the boss’s demands, the daughter requests help from Paladin.

119-Love’s Young Dream (September 17, 1960) Monk comes to San Francisco to collect on an inheritance that includes half-ownership in a night club.  To ensure everything goes as planned, Monk goes to Paladin for help.

120-A Head of Hair (September 24, 1960) An Apache Indian has his eye on scalping Paladin.

121-Out at the Old Ballpark (October 1, 1960) Paladin serves as umpire for a Wild West baseball game.

122-Saturday Night (October 8, 1960) Paladin and some other men are arrested following a bar brawl.  When Paladin wakes up in his holding cell, he learns that one of the other men has been murdered.

123-The Calf (October 15, 1960) When a calf is found dead, a rancher seeks revenge on another.

124-The Tender Gun (October 22, 1960) During his travels, Paladin encounters a female sheriff.

125-The Shooting of Jesse May (October 29, 1960) When Jesse May is shot, Paladin begins to believe that a boy murdered him.

126-The Poker Fiend (November 12, 1960) A poker game takes a deadly turn and Paladin is caught in the middle.

127-Crowbait (November 19, 1960) Paladin is hiding out from a Paiute Indian war party when he encounters a young woman (Amanda) with a shotgun in need of water. Amanda’s fiancé, Jubal, shows up and Paladin agrees to search for Amanda’s father (Crowbait) who is in search of a silver mine that was revealed to him by an old Indian chief that had him blindfolded to and fro to the secret mine. Paladin ends up blowing up the mine in order to save both him and Crowbait from the Indians. Amanda and Jubal confess their love for one another to Crowbait who grudgingly gives his blessing.

128-Marshal’s Boy (November 26, 1960) Paladin must track down a marshal’s son accused of a shooting and persuade him to turn himself into the authorities.

129-Foggbound (December 3, 1960) Paladin is hired to travel with adventurer Phileas Fogg during his 80 day trip around the world.

130-The Legacy (December 10, 1960) After a man dies, the reading of his will causes three additional murders.

131-The Prisoner (December 17, 1960) Paladin is hired by a man who has been wrongly accused of murder.

132-The Puppeteer (December 24, 1960) A puppeteer gives Paladin a wagon ride to an Army fort commanded by a general with presidential aspirations.

133-The Sanctuary (December 31, 1960) Coming off the trail, Paladin pulls into a mission seeking a night’s rest and ends up helping a man running from a lynch mob.

134-A Quiet Night in Town (1) (January 7, 1961) When a group of men kill Paladin’s prisoner, Paladin must bring the group of murders to justice.

135 –A Quiet Night in Town (2) (January 14, 1961) When a group of men kill Paladin’s prisoner, Paladin must bring the group of murders to justice.

136-The Princess and the Gunfighter (January 21, 1961) Paladin is hired to find the princess of a tiny kingdom who disappeared while making a United States tour.

137-Shadow of a Man (January 28, 1961) A former Confederate officer’s wife hires Paladin to protect her husband from a bunch of Rebel hating townspeople.

138-Long Way Home (February 4, 1961) Paladin competes with four other bounty hunters to bring in a former slave turned outlaw.

139-The Tax Gatherer (February 11, 1961) Paladin gets hired to collect back taxes owed by a group of recalcitrant ranchers in Oregon.

140-The Fatal Flaw (February 25, 1961) Paladin and three others must weather a blizzard in a remote cabin.

141-Fandango (March 4, 1961) Paladin and a sheriff friend are on the trail of two young killers who escaped from jail.  But so is the gunslinger brother of the man they killed.

142-The Last Judgement (March 11, 1961) A doctor recruits Paladin as his defense attorney when he’s put on trial in a small town kangaroo courty.

143-The Gold Bar (March 18, 1961) Paladin tries to help a timid bank clerk return the gold he stole from his employer before its discovered missing.

144-Everyman (March 25, 1961) A fortune teller predicts trouble for Paladin in the extremely near future.

145-The Siege (April 1, 1961) A desert town hires Paladin to deal with three no talent assclown brothers who have been poisoning the municipal water supply.

146-The Long Weekend (April 8, 1961) Paladin is hired to protect a town from a mountain man who occasionally wreaks havoc in the place.

147-El Paso Stage (April 15, 1961) Paladin decides to end the reign of terror of a psychotic town marshal.

148-Duke of Texas (April 22, 1961) Paladin accompanies an Austrian duke on his quixotic campaign to become Emperor of Mexico.

149-Broken Image (April 29, 1961) Paladin and a local hero go in pursuit of a gang of bank robbers but the hero may not be what he seems.

150-Brother’s Keeper (May 6, 1961) After being attacked by a mountain lion in the wild, things go from awful to worse for Paladin when he’s robbed and left for dead by two men.

151-Bearbait (May 13, 1961) Paladin becomes involved when a timid sheriff refuses to do anything about three young hooligans who are terrorizing a town.

152-The Cure (May 20, 1961) Paladin helps down on her luck Calamity Jane regain her mojo.

153-The Road (May 27, 1961) In the wintertime, Paladin gets robbed and is forced to cross a mountain range on foot.

154-The Uneasy Grave (June 3, 1961) After encountering a woman burying her fiancee in an unmarked grave, Paladin is persuaded to go after the deceased’s killer.

155-Soledad Crossing (June 10, 1961) A diptheria scare slows Paladin’s return of a prisoner to justice.


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