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  • General Largo Ortega (Gerald Price) wants Paladin to help him find the Count and Countess who he and his government believe has money belonging to the government
  • However, it's in bonds, and the bonds are weakening
  • Towards the end of the show there is a really nice line that I wish could be expanded and used to keep people from warring against one another because of their differences

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      The Exiles was a fifth season outing from the successful western TV show called Have Gun - Will Travel. The half hour series starred Richard Boone as Paladin, the gunfighter who always wore black when on the job.

      The job in this case was to travel to San Ysidro with a man who is a Mexican representative.


      General Largo Ortega (Gerald Price) wants Paladin to help him find the Count and Countess who he and his government believe has money belonging to the government. This is no piddly amount, either. It’s a large sum totally several million dollars. However, it’s in bonds, and the bonds are weakening. If not reacquired soon, the bonds will be worthless.

      Towards the end of the show there is a really nice line that I wish could be expanded and used to keep people from warring against one another because of their differences. Basically one of the characters states to his adversary that they are not of the same government, but are of the ...


      • Have Gun - Will Travel: The Exiles TV Show
      same people, something that will always be no matter what. It’s a great line.

      Jay Novello guest stars as Count Armando del Casares with Vivi Janiss portraying Countess Casares. These two are a delight to watch. They play their roles very well. Novello so often plays a jokester, but he’s pretty straight in attitude here,

      and I liked that.

      I don’t tend to like these Mexican civil war shows that pit the two factions against each other. Frankly, they make me need to go back and research Mexican history. I can never remember which side was considered the good side and which one was the villainous one.

      At any rate, it’s a solid episode.




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