Have Gun - Will Travel: Fight at Adobe Wells TV show
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  • What I don't like very much is the continued use of actor Brad Weston as an Indian
  • I wasn't impressed with the level of acting on this show

    • by Orrymain
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      Have Gun - Will Travel: Fight at Adobe Wells wasn’t one of my favorite outings for this particular western show. The half-hour didn’t flow for me. In many ways, it just felt like another story with nothing special in it to even make it memorable.

      Richard Boone’s Paladin has never been the standard hero. In fact, he’s a gunfighter, a man who hires out his services, often to the highest bidder.


      He tends to keep his morals to himself, but the trick to many episodes is how he manages to get the moralistic result, even if he’s working for the bad guy. Paladin has a lot of sarcastic quips and occasional outbursts of his opinions, but it’s not the traditional hero who only works for the right side.

      In this third season episode, Paladin and a group of others end up at Adobe ...


      • Wells where they have to fight off the Indians. Oddly, the make a certain peace with the infamous Quanah Parker. Not so oddly, as soon as the immediate trouble has passed, the white men dismiss the danger and the promises made. That’s nothing unique. The white men lied to the Indians with tragic regularity. It begs the question, who’s the real savage?

        What I don’t like very much is

        the continued use of actor Brad Weston as an Indian; in this case, Parker. Talk about uncivilized. Hollywood just refused to hire the authentic Indian to play the part.

        I wasn’t impressed with the level of acting on this show. Sandy Kenyon, Gregg Palmer, Dorothy Dells, Miranda Jones, and Ken Lynch were all adequate, but that’s about it.

        All in all, it’s just a so-so effort. It barely kept me watching.




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