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The road to Wickenberg : Out at the old ballpark ; Shadow of a man ; Don't shoot the piano player

Author: Andrew V McLaglenWilliam Conrad, (Musician)Herb MeadowSam RolfeGene RoddenberryAll authors
Publisher: Terre Haute, IN : Columbia House Video Library, ©1997, [1958-1962]
Series: Have gun-- will travel.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English : [Collector's ed.]
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The road to Wickenberg: Paladin is beaten and robbed by a family, one of whose members is the town's sheriff. Out at the old ballpark: Paladin acts as an impartial umpire when a small town's baseball team takes on a fancy professional team from New York. Shadow of a man: Paladin is the only hope for a Virginia-born cotton grower being persecuted by a man still fighting the Civil War. Don't shoot the piano player:  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew V McLaglen; William Conrad, (Musician); Herb Meadow; Sam Rolfe; Gene Roddenberry; Frank R Pierson; Jack Laird; Shimon Wincelberg; Richard Boone; Christine White; Harry Carey, Jr.; Donald Barry; John Larch; J Pat O'Malley; Jack Albertson; Jan Harrison; Sandy Kenyon; Kent Smith; Dianne Foster; Walter Burke; Mike Kellin; George Kennedy; Finton Meyler; James Callahan; Virginia Gregg
OCLC Number: 39960391
Notes: Liner notes by Allan Asherman.
Videocassette release of four episodes from the television series.
Airdates: October 25, 1958 ; October 1, 1960 ; January 28, 1961 ; March 10, 1962.
Credits: The road to Wickenberg: director, Andrew V. McLaglen ; producer, Sam Rolfe ; writer, Gene Roddenberry ; story editor, Don Ingalls ; director of photography, Howard Schwartz ; editor, Samuel Gold. Out at the old ballpark: director, Richard Boone ; writer/producer, Frank R. Pierson ; story editor, Albert Ruben ; director of photography, Frank Phillips ; film editor, Samuel Gold. Shadow of a man: director, Andrew V. McLaglen ; writer, Jack Laird ; producer, Frank R. Pierson ; story editor, Albert Ruben ; director of photography, Frank Phillips ; film editor, Samuel Gold. Don't shoot the piano player: director, William Conrad ; producer, Frank R. Pierson ; writer, Shimon Wincelberg ; music, Wilbur Hatch ; director of photography, Frank Phillips ; film editor, Everett Sutherland.
Performer(s): Richard Boone ; featuring Christine White, Harry Carey, Jr., Donald Barry, John Larch, J. Pat O'Malley, Jack Albertson, Jan Harrison, Sandy Kenyon, Kent Smith, Dianne Foster, Walter Burke, Mike Kellin, George Kennedy, Fintan Meyler, James Callahan, Virginia Gregg.
Description: 1 videocassette (ca. 102 min.) : sd., b&w ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS format.
Series Title: Have gun-- will travel.
Other Titles: Out at the old ballpark.
Shadow of a man.
Don't shoot the piano player.
Have gun-- will travel (Television program)
Responsibility: A CBS Television Network Production ; creators, Herb Meadow, Sam Rolfe.

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The road to Wickenberg: Paladin is beaten and robbed by a family, one of whose members is the town's sheriff. Out at the old ballpark: Paladin acts as an impartial umpire when a small town's baseball team takes on a fancy professional team from New York. Shadow of a man: Paladin is the only hope for a Virginia-born cotton grower being persecuted by a man still fighting the Civil War. Don't shoot the piano player: Paladin is hired by a woman to find her fiancé in a Barbary Coast saloon.

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