The BEST episodes written by Gustave Field

The General and the Sergeant
3 votes

#1 - The General and the Sergeant

Combat! - Season 2 - Episode 18

John Dehner and Vic Morrow have the title roles, but they play two characters from two wars nearly thirty years apart. Upon liberation of a French village by King Company, French General Armand Bouchard, a veteran of WWI, wants to take command of Saunders' squad. While Bouchard apparently suffers from some form of dementia and is the object of ridicule by some of the villagers, he obviously has personal pride and character.

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Man in an Hourglass
3 votes

#2 - Man in an Hourglass

Have Gun, Will Travel - Season 6 - Episode 12

A doctor who once saved Paladin's life calls upon him to find and safely bring back the son of a one-time sweetheart.The young man has "taken to the hills" to track down his father's killer.Paladin locates the headstrong youth and his prey but finds the return trip will not be easy-the wanted man has four trailing confederates.

Sweet Billy, Singer of Songs
41 votes

#3 - Sweet Billy, Singer of Songs

Gunsmoke - Season 11 - Episode 17

Festus's nephew arrives, seeking a bride who can read and write. He soon finds one, but runs into difficulties earning the money he needs for her dowry.

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The Winning Smile
15 votes

#4 - The Winning Smile

The Six Million Dollar Man - Season 3 - Episode 14

Steve investigates a security leak that has imperiled a top-secret project.

The Vanishing Image
38 votes

#5 - The Vanishing Image

Kung Fu - Season 3 - Episode 13

Caine seeks out a photographer who took a picture of his brother, Danny, in hopes that he will be able to help find him. He also encounters and befriends an Indian that attacks him and the photographer, and later wants to kill the photographer for taking a picture of him, for which he believes has stolen his soul.

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Bad Lady from Brookline
40 votes

#6 - Bad Lady from Brookline

Gunsmoke - Season 10 - Episode 32

Just arriving in Dodge, Molly McConnell looks for her husband. When she finds out he's been killed, and Dillon is responsible, she wonders why he didn't tell her in the first place and sets out to learn how to shoot so she can kill him.