Have Gun - Will Travel (1957–1963)
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Girl from Piccadilly 

Paladin's task is to unite a grieving patron with the daughter-in-law he's never met, but the job is complicated by the rather convenient disappearance of any and all identifying documents.

Director:

Lewis Milestone

Writers:

Ken Kolb, Herb Meadow (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Richard Boone ... Paladin
Betsy von Furstenberg Betsy von Furstenberg ... Isabel Westrope (as Betsy Von Furstenberg)
Carl Benton Reid ... Martin Westrope
Charles Aidman ... Gordon Dawes
Fintan Meyler Fintan Meyler ... Catherine
Charles Fredericks Charles Fredericks ... Major Blaisdell
Kam Tong ... Hey Boy
William Schallert ... Cavalry Corporal
Russ Bender ... Wilbur Macon
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Storyline

Martin Westrope's son, a Cavalry officer stationed near the Mexican border was killed in action. But the details of his death are sketchy. Westrope hires Paladin to find the woman that his son married just before his death. Unfortunately very little is known about the woman except that she is from London. Paladin finds a woman claiming to be Isobel Westrope but he is surprised to find another woman also claims to be Michael Westrope's wife. Paladin must find out which is the impostor. Written by tomtrekp

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impostor | face slap | train | See All (3) »

Genres:

Western

Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 February 1958 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Per the title, Piccadilly is a major London street that runs from Piccadilly Circus to Hyde Park Corner. While it used to be a major shopping street, it is known known as a center for nightlife. The name derived from a Robert Baker shoe built a house in the area after making money manufacturing stiff collars or piccadills around 1700. See more »

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A tale of two widows
25 August 2018 | by hudechaSee all my reviews

One is genuine, the other an impostor - which one, the blonde or the brunette? Hard to decide, as they are equally charming, and appear equally possessed of the required posh English upbringing to be the widow of the far away deceased son of a wealthy patrician. However we get some clues and Paladin as well, though he intentionally overplays his suspicions as a cautious detective. His way to get to the truth might not be of Sherlockian brilliance, but the final twist is skillfully brought and the whole episode well filmed and very enjoyable - though in essence more Victorian than bearing relations with Paladin's usual gunslinging stories. The only Western connection, the cavalry element in the first part, being something of a charade as it has little bearing on what is to follow.


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