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Have Gun Will Travel: Complete Second Season [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Actors: Richard Boone
  • Directors: Lewis Milestone, Ida Lupino, Gary Nelson, Andrew V. McLaglen, Paul Stanley
  • Format: Box set, Colour, DVD-Video, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: 10 May 2005
  • Run Time: 995 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0006Z2L1A
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 91,484 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By bernie TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 11 May 2006
Format: DVD
" the man called Paladin."

Many times one has fond memories of the older TV programs. When they are finally distributed and bought, it is a shocker to find that they are sophomoric or just long cigarette commercials. Well this time you will not be disappointed.

Each episode must find a conflict and solve it in an extraordinarily short time. Each with a moral and still maintain the entertainment value. One of the ways this is accomplished is the use of a wide spectrum of writers; many of the stories are adoptions of classics or became classics of other programs and/or movies.

Is it possible for a series to get better instead of fading to the mundane? Yes the second season has dropped the extras, with the exception of a quick synopsis of plot and actors, in place of packing in the stories at six or seven a disk. I press the play all button. I will not go through the list of actors as it is fun to be surprised.

One of the finer points of this series is that there usually is no clear cut hero or villain as the characters and themes of the stories are as complete as many ancient myths. We can see virtues and faults in everyone and many times there is no such thing as a clear-cut winner or loser.

Paladin (Richard Boone), a well chosen name as on a chess board there are many moves available, lives in San Francisco and most people assumes he has investments all over the west as he is taking frequent trips to protect them. We know different as "Have Gun Will Travel" he makes his fortune on his many skills. Every once in a while we get a gimps of his past as we know he went to West Point and can quote many ancient writings and wars. He has an uncanny way of knowing what the meanings of names are. Yet who ever he really is many people are better off for knowing him. And so are we.

A side benefit is recognizing the list of star (actors) and stars in the making.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Martin on 13 Feb. 2013
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This series was one of the truly inspiring TV series of the 1960s,with the bad guy in many westerns,Richard Boone, turned into a TV folk hero. Its good TV.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. Masters on 31 Jan. 2014
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I liked the First Series of Have Gun Will Travel so much I couldn't resist buying the next. It's just as good. It doesn't lose anything through not being in colour. Well written and always exciting - takes me back to the late 'fifties!
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55 of 59 people found the following review helpful
"the man clad in black a silver chess-set knight ~ Paladin" 13 Jun. 2005
By J. Lovins - Published on
Format: DVD
CBS and Paramount Home Video present "HAVE GUN WILL TRAVEL - THE COMPLETE SECOND SEASON (1958-1959), featuring Richard Boone as Paladin in his clad black wearing a pistol and holster custom made stamped with a silver chess-set knight which was his was his theme song "reads the card of a man, a knight without armor in a Savage Land"...a graduate of West Point and a veteran of The Civil War, who makes his headquarters at the Hotel Carlton in San Francisco...fighting for the underdog at a price of $1000, sometimes giving his fee away whenever the situation comanded it so for the needy...this role for Mr. Boone catapulted him to stardom and made the series a cult favorite.

First time on DVD with all 39 Original Episodes of Season Two...with guest stars noted:

Disc One (Episodes 40 - 45)

THE MANHUNTER (guest stars: Joseph Calleia, Martin Balsam, David Whorf & Stephen Colt )

IN AN EVIL TIME (guest star: Hank Patterson)

THE MAN WHO WOULDN'T TALK (guest stars: Charles Bronson & Harry Carey Jr.)

THE HANGING OF ROY CARTER (guest stars: Robert Armstrong, Francis McDonald, John Larch & Scott Marlowe)

(Screenplay: Gene Roddenberry)

DUEL AT FLORENCE (guest star: Dean Harens, Bonnie Bolding, Charles Gray, John Alderson & Hank Patterson)

THE PORTEGE (guest star: Peter Breck)

Disc Two (Episodes 46 - 51)

THE ROAD TO WICKENBURG (guest stars: Harry Carey Jr. & Don "Red" Barry) (Screenplay: Gene Roddenberry)

A SENSE OF JUSTICE (guest stars: Karl Swenson, Bing Russell & Barrie Chase)

YOUNG GUN (guest stars: Dick Foran & Abby Dalton)

THE LADY (guest star: Patricia Medina)

A SNARE FOR MURDER (guest stars: Harry Morgan, Harry Bartell & Ron Hagerthy)

THE BALLAD OF OSCAR WILDE (guest stars: John O'Malley, Richard Shannon, Jack Hogan & Roy Engel)

Disc Three (Episodes 52 - 58)

THE SOLID GOLD PATROL (guest stars: Eddie Little Sky, Sean McClory & Mike Kellin)

SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR (guest stars: Rayford Barnes, Tom Brown, John Anderson & Nancy Hadley

(Filmed on location in the San Bernardino National Forest)

THE MOOR'S REVENGE (guest stars: Vincent Price, Patricia Morison & Morey Amsterdam)

THE WAGER (guest stars: Denver Pyle, Jacqueline Scott, Ken Lynch & Bob Hopkins)

THE TAFFETA MAYOR (guest stars: Edward Platt, Robert Karnes, Norma Crane & Tom Steele)

LADY ON THE STAGECOACH (guest stars: John Douchette, Dolores Vitina & Raymond Bailey)

TREASURE TRAIL (guest stars: Bruce Gordon, Peters Adams, Dean Stanton & Willard Stage)

Disc Four (Episodes 59 - 65)

JULIET (guest stars: Earle Hodgins, Miranda Jones, Allen Case & John Beradino)

(Screenplay: Gene Roddenberry)

HUNT THE MAN DOWN (guest stars: James Drury, Robert Wilke & Madlyn Rhue)

THE SCORCHED FEATHER (guest stars: Lon Chaney Jr, Mario Alcalde, Cy Malis & Mike Steele.)

( Screenplay: Bruce Geller...Robert Ceilbleu mentions people from three episodes. The Sheriff of Promise from "The Man Hunter," the barber in Florence, California from "Duel at Florence," and the two sulfur miners in Lucifer's Pit from "Gold and Brimstone.")

THE RETURN OF THE LADY (guest stars: Patricia Medina, Gene Nelson, Theodore Marcuse & Kam Tong)

THE MONSTER OF MOON RIDGE (Kam Tong, W. T. Change, Barney Phillips, Natalie Norwick)

(Screenplay: Gene Roddenberry)

THE LONG HUNT (guest stars: Anthony Caruso, Kam Tong, Anne Barton & Steve Roberts)

DEATH OF A GUNFIGHTER (guest stars: Suzanne Pieshette, I. Stanford Jolley, Kam Tong & Christopher Dark)

Disc Five (Episodes 66 - 72)

INCIDENT AT BORRASCA BEND (guest stars: Jacques Aubuchon, Perry Cook, Ben Wright & Ed Faulker)

MAGGIE O'BANNION (guest star: Marion Marshall, Peggy Rea, Don Haggerty & Mickey Simpson)

(Screenplay: Gene Roddenberry)

THE CHASE (guest stars: Kam Tong, Paul Richards, Paul Birch & Wright King)

ALASKA (guest stars: Karl Swenson, Richard Shannon, Kam Tong, Allen Case, Elizabeth York & Fay Roope)

THE MAN WHO LOST (guest stars: Jack Elam, Mort Mills, Barbara Hayden & Ed Nelson)

(Directed by Ida Lupino)

THE RETURN OF ROY CARTER (guest stars: Clu Galager, Larry J. Blake, Brad von Beltz & Craig Duncan)

(Screenplay: Gene Roddenberry)

THE SONS OF AARON MURDOCK (guest stars: Kam Tong, Frank Gorshin, Philip Coolidge, Lee Kinsolving & Elizabeth York)

Disc Six (Episodes 73 - 78)

COMANCHE (guest stars: Susan Cabot, Roy Barcroft, Larry Pennell & Robert Anderson)

( This episode takes place in June, 1876.)

HOMECOMING (guest stars: Ed Nelson, Kam Tong, Don Mcgowan, Lewis Martin & Dick Rich)

THE FIFTH MAN (guest stars: John Emery, Leo Gordon, Kam Tong, Walter Burke & Ward Wood)

HERITAGE OF ANGER (guest stars: Carol Thurston, Kam Tong. Ricky Vera, Peter Coe & Carol Hill)

THE HAUNTED TREES (guest stars: Roy Barcroft, Kam Tong, Jane Chang, Doris Dowling & Duane Grey)

GOLD AND BRIMSTONE (guest stars: Eduardo Ciannelli, Phillipe Pine, Alan Reed & William Vaughan)

(Screenplay: Bruce Geller...The two sulfur miners in this episode are mentioned in an earlier episode, "The Scorched Feather". possible this is the episode that was pre-empted on 11/29/58 and shown at this later time)

Season Two contains...Special Features of Production Notes, Cast Biographies and Behind-The-Scenes Episodic Information which will quench the thirst of any fan who needed and wanted to know more about Paladin and his travels.

Want to thank Paramount Home Video and CBS for taking us back to those thrilling '50s TV Westerns...watching this legendary actor and his professional team of directors (Andrew V. McLaglen & Ida Lupino) and writers (Gene Roddenberry, Bruce Geller & Gene L. Coon) and music (Bernard Herrmann, Jerry Goldsmith & Leonard Rosenman), creators (Herb Meadow & Sam Rolfe) served up the best of the best during that decade of television...great character actors of B-Westerns in each storyline with Paladin (Richard Boone)...every episode brings back so many wonderful memories of the times when television cared about you the viewer...gotta love it!

Total Time: 6-DVD-Set ~ Paramount Home Video 887774 ~ (5/10/2005)
32 of 33 people found the following review helpful
A small error. 31 Aug. 2005
By Frederick Norwood - Published on
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This supurb set of DVDs, some of the greatest television of all time, has one minor defect that I point out only for those interested in such triva. The last episode on disk three, listed as "Treasure Trail", is really "Hunt the Man Down". The second episode on disk four, listed as "Hunt the Man Down", is "Treasure Trail". The "Wire Paladin" in both cases refers to the episode that should be there rather than to the episode that is there.
25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
superb value, excellent drama from TV's Golden Age 19 May 2005
By Michael K. Schramm - Published on
Format: DVD
I took a chance on the first season box set of "Have Gun, Will Travel" as I was too young to have seen it in it's original 1957-63 run. Oddly enough, it was only sporadically aired on the stations I grew up with and I never received the chance to view more than an occasional episode. Thankfully, with the release of the first two seasons, I can now witness first hand the wonderful acting of Richard Boone, the taut, tightly plotted dramas penned by writers of high caliber (Gene Roddenberry, for one) as well as the wonderful, atmospheric and atypical music composed by Bernard Herrmann.

If you've purchased season one, you'll definitely want this set. The picture quality is comparable here, i.e. most episodes have good to excellent contrast and appear reasonably fine-grained, though a few episodes (just like in season one) appear a bit worse for wear. One thing that consistently noticeable is that the outdoor scenes are generally sharper and more middle toned for contrast whereas interior shots are often grainier, featuring a somewhat higher level of contrast. This is moderate and does not detract from the viewing experience, given the vintage of this material.

Check out the [...] web site and you'll see that according to one erstwhile reviewer, approximately half of the 39 episodes in season two rate 3-4 stars, much like season one. Menu set up is the same for season 1, furnished with the usual and enlightening bits of trivia about the writers and guest stars. Fans of the show will note that the Johnny Western ballad appears in the closing credits for every show for this season (as well as all seasons subsequent), while die hard fans will be able to detact the lowered, more muted staccato used whenever the camera closes in on Palladin's business card. All in all, one of the best values available where classic TV on DVD is concerned.
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
When TV Wasn't for Fools and Numbskulls 26 Sept. 2005
By Robert M. Khoury - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Believe it if you can, but once upon a time TV aspired to reveal what we ought to be rather than what we are. TV once created heroic figures that exalted the best of what it means to be human, instead of degrading the human spirit by showing us at our worst and most depraved. And then they add insult to injury by calling it "reality TV." Like that is what human nature is really like. Well, HGWT is the other side of that coin. It makes you believe in yourself, and that people can be more and better than they are, if only they try hard enough to be. It makes you realize that one man with purpose and clarity can make a difference. Not just because he is there to serve as an example. But because most people want and need and can't be happy until what they ought to be, they are. HGWT is not just a story of one man with courage who cares. It's about the best of us.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
"Second Verse, Same as the First" 7 Feb. 2006
By David S. Lessenberry - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
"HGWT" season 2 takes even more risks than season 1. Due to this fact, it is not as consistent. That said, many of my favorite episodes come from season 2.

I'll put it this way. Season 1 is almost exclusively 3, 4, and 5 star episodes, IMHO. Season 2 has more 5 star episodes. "In an Evil Time," "The Road to Wickenburg," "Treasure Trail," "The Protege," "Heritage of Anger," and "Maggie O'Bannion" come to mind. Unlike season 1, season 2 has some real clunkers, as well. "The Tafetta Mayor," "Juliet," and "The Long Hunt" don't even feel like they were originally written for "HGWT." Norma Crane, who may give the best "HGWT" performances by an actress in "Ella West" and "Episode in Laredo," can't save the unholy mess that is "The Tafetta Mayor."

Once again, Richard Boone IS Paladin. Boone eventually learned to stop resenting his eternal identification with this character. (Think how lucky he was compared to Clayton Moore, for cryin' out loud!) Honestly, watching seasons 1 and 2 consecutively over a month convinced me that Boone may be the most underrated actor of the 20th century. Don't believe me? Take the Pepsi challenge and buy seasons 1 and 2. (That said, even Boone and Crane can't stop the trainwreck that is "The Tafetta Mayor." 25 minutes of my life that I'll never get back...)

Technically, the DVDs themselves are little better than season 1. The volume levels within the episodes are more consistent, but otherwise, it's more of the same. For more details, see my review of season 1. The short version follows...

The external art is gorgeous. That is, the slipcover and the individual cases have a crisp and attractive layout.

Once again, the trouble starts when the disc is put in the player. The DVD menus and layout are poorly executed. The art and cut scenes are the same as the season 1 set, which was nothing to brag about. On most players, the DVDs will default to Spanish subtitles "ON" mode.

Bottom line: Anyone who even thinks that they may sort of like either Westerns or outstanding acting needs to buy this box set. Once again, CBS DVD could have done a much better job with the technical and marketing aspects of this release.
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