CTVA US Western - "Wagon Train" (NBC) Season 5 (1961-62)

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Season 5 (NBC) (1961-62)
(60 min) (b-w)

Starring John McIntire & Robert Horton

Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: James Beer
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive

 
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NBC Wednesdays 7:30 pm Eastern
starring
John McIntire as Chris Hale - Wagonmaster
Robert Horton as Flint McCullough - Scout
Frank McGrath as Charlie Wooster - Cook
Terry Wilson as Bill Hawks
Denny Miller as Duke Shannon

 5.1 [153] Wagon Train:
THE CAPTAIN DAN BRADY STORY
27-Sep-1961 NBC Wed
Written by Gene L. Coon
Directed by Virgil Vogel
Original Music: Cyril Mockridge
Director of Photography: Walter Strenge, a.s.c.
Guest Cast:
Joseph Cotten ......... Captain Dan Brady
Paul Comi ............. John Grey Cloud
David Faulkner ........ Murray
Dawn Wells ............ Mrs. Murray
Russell Thorson ....... Major
Mauritz Hugo .......... Haines
Edward Colmans ........ Brown
Joanne Moriarity ...... Sally
Anne Morell ........... Loretta
Mike McGreevey ........ Boy
Stan Kahn ............. Kester
Glenn Strange ......... Brace
Synopsis:
Chris Hale is faced with a dilemma. If he hires Captain Dan Brady, who is demanding to be taken on as trail scout,
he will probably lose Flint McCullough. If he doesn't, he will lose a Government mail contract that is necessary
to finance the wagon train. [JB]
(UK: 06May62 BBC- Sun 7:55pm)

5.02 [154] Wagon Train:
THE KITTY ALBRIGHT STORY (Color)
04-Oct-1961 NBC Wed
Written by Norman Jolley
Directed by David Butler
Music: R. Dale Butts
Tonight Starring: Robert Horton
Guest Cast:
Polly Bergen .......... Kitty Albright
Jocelyn Brando ........ Lettie
Morgan Woodward ....... Barney
Kathleen Freeman ...... Lolly
Eleanor Audley ........ Mother Albright
Howard Wendell ........ Father Albright
Arlen Stuart .......... Emily
Jon Locke ............. Smart Aleck
Synopsis:
Nurse Kitty Albright is concerned about the poor sanitation habits practiced by the families of the wagon train.
When she tries to help them, they have somestrange notions about the nursing profession. [JB

5.3 [155] Wagon Train:
THE MAUD FRAZER STORY
11-Oct-1961 NBC Wed (Rerun Tues 21Sep65 ABC)
Teleplay by Rip Van Ronkel and Norman Jolley, Story by Rip Van Ronkel
Directed by David Butler
Music: Nathan Scott
Tonight Starring: Robert Horton
Guest Cast:
Barbara Stanwyck ...... Maud Frazer
Nora Marlowe .......... Bessie
Renee Godfrey ......... Willa Mae
Russ Conway ........... Isaac Frazer
Wesley Lau ............ Cavalry Sergeant
June Ellis ............ Agnes
Kathleen O'Malley ..... Dolly
Mary Adams ............ Julia
Synopsis:
Flint comes across a most unusual group heading west, an all-woman wagon train led by wagonmistress Maud Frazer.
He tries to dissuade Frazer from leading her defenseless ladies into hostile Indian country. She refuses,
but asks him to leave his own train to join her outfit. [JB

5.4 [156] Wagon Train:
THE SELENA HARTNELL STORY
18-Oct-1961 NBC Wed (Rerun 12Apr64 on Trailmaster) (Rerun Wed 22 Sep 65 ABC)
Written by Wm. Raynor and Myles Wilder
Directed by Jerry Hopper
Music: Sidney Fine
Tonight Starring: John McIntire
Guest Cast:
Jan Sterling .......... Selena Hartnell
Claude Akins .......... Will Cotrell
Billy E. Hughes ....... Matt
Jack Smith ............ Ed Clark
Sheldon Allman ........ Gorman
H.M. Wynant ........... Jason Powers
Synopsis:
A lady bounty hunter tries to arrest the leader of a pacifist group. [RF]
Synopsis:
Female bounty hunter Selena Hartnell reaches the wagon train and demands that Chris Hale arrest
Will Cottrell, the beloved leader of a band of pacifists. [JB]

5.5 [157] Wagon Train:
THE CLEMENTINE JONES STORY
25-Oct-1961 NBC Wed
Written by Harold Swanton
Directed by David Lowell Rich
Music Score: Sidney Fine
Starring: John McIntire (as Chris Hale)
Guest Stars:
Ann Blyth ............. Clementine Jones
Dick York ............. Willie Pettigrew
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Willard Waterman ...... Mayor
Roger Mobley .......... Homer
Nestor Paiva .......... Gip
Henry Corden .......... Frank
Frank Wilcox .......... Nolan
Fred Sherman .......... Dr. Snodgrass
James Millhollin ...... Cashier
Synopsis:
Although Clementine is a popular attraction at the Cinnibar Saloon, certain righteous citizens feel
that she's a blight on the community. [TA]

5.6 [158] Wagon Train:
THE JENNA DOUGLAS STORY (Color)
01-Nov-1961 NBC Wed (Rerun Fri 24Sep65 ABC)
Teleplay by John McGreevey; Story by Peggy and Lou Shaw
Directed by Virgil Vogel
Music Score: Sidney Fine
Tonight Starring: John McIntire (as Chris Hale)
featuring: Scott Miller (as Duke Shannon)
Guest Cast:
Carolyn Jones ........ Jenna Douglas
John Lupton .......... Dr. David Mille
Charles Briggs ....... Ed Linders
Andy Green ........... Henry Brandt
Juney Ellis .......... Mrs. Diggs
Jean Engstrom ........ Sue Thompson
Robert Burton ........ Pete Thompson
Synopsis:
Chris Hale brings a woman stumbling along the trail to join the Wagon Train unaware that she's a fugitive
from a mental institution.
Synopsis:
Hale unknowingly invites a fugitive from a mental institution to join thw wagon train. [JB]

  5.7 [159] Wagon Train:
THE ARTIE MATTHEWSON STORY
08-Nov-1961 NBC Wed
Written by Thomas Thompson
Directed by Jerry Hopper
Tonight Starring: Robert Horton
Guest Cast:
Rory Calhoun .......... Artie Matthewson
Jane Darwell .......... Angie Matthewson
Joyce Meadows ......... Melanie Sanders
House Peters, Jr. ..... Ick Fears
Bart Carlon ........... Bartender
William Vaughn ........ Gil Fenton
William Fawcett ....... Stableman
Art Stewart ........... Ed Bair
William Mims .......... Gurn Meeker
Synopsis:
Flint discovers that his scheming foster brother has been elected mayor of a boom town. [JB]

5.8 [160] Wagon Train:
THE MARK MINER STORY
15-Nov-1961 NBC Wed (Rerun 12Sep62 final broadcast on NBC)
Written by Norman Jolley
Directed by Herschel Daugherty
Music: Sidney Fine
Guest Cast:
Brandon de Wilde ...... Mark Miner
Michael Burns ......... Matthew Miner
Robert Cornthwaite .... Reverend Norris
Barbara Parkins ....... Eve
Walter Coy ............ Thorn
Kay Stewart ........... Mrs. Simms
Synopsis:
Passengers on the wagon train suspect a thief when some of their belongings begin to disappear.
The evidence points to one person---Duke Shannon. [JB]

5.9 [161] Wagon Train:
THE BRUCE SAYBROOK STORY
22-Nov-1961 NBC Wed
Written by Peter Germano
Directed by Virgil Vogel
Music: Nathan Scott
Tonight Starring: Robert Horton
Guest Cast:
Brian Aherne .......... Lord Bruce Saybrook
Antoinette Bower ...... Diana Saybrook
Liam Sullivan ......... Tommy
Richard Ney ........... Bevan Alston
Synopsis:
Flint has an encounter with an Englishman who regards the wild West as a lark and believes that the Indians
are there for his amusement. [JB]

5.10 [162] Wagon Train:
THE LIZABETH ANN CALHOUN STORY  (Color)
06-Dec-1961 NBC Wed
Written by Norman Jolley
Directed by Virgil Vogel
Music; Cyril Mockridge
Tonight Starring: John McIntire
Guest Cast:
Dana Wynter ........... Lizabeth Ann Calhoun
Richard Crane ......... Lon Harper
Raymond Bailey ........ Major Hanley
Peter Whitney ......... El Ladron
Synopsis:
An attractive woman named Lizabeth Ann Calhoun joins the wagon train and is begins flirting alternately with
Hawks and Shannon. Soon, a jealous rivalry develops between the two friends. [JB]

5.11 [163] Wagon Train:
THE TRAITOR
13-Dec-1961 NBC Wed
Written by Norman Jolley
Directed by Dick Moder
Music: Nathan Scott
Director of Photography: Walter Strenge, a.s.c.
Tonight Starring: Robert Horton
Guest Cast:
Nick Adams ............ Sam Upton
Jeanne Cooper ......... Madge Upton
Myron Healey .......... Sergeant Oakes
Stacy Keach ........... Major Hansen
Alex Montoya .......... Bandit
Anthony Caruso ........ Muerte
Synopsis:
Flint is suspected of horse theft and is found guilty by Chris Hale. The punishment: a whipping and banishment
from the wagon train. [JB]

5.12 [164] Wagon Train:
THE BETTINA MAY STORY
20-Dec-1961 NBC Wed
Written by Allen H. Miner
Directed by Richard Donner
Tonight Starring: John McIntire
Guest Cast:
Bette Davis ........... Bettina May
Ron Hayes ............. Gene
Joby Baker ............ Nathan May
Asa Maynor ............ Rose
Jud Taylor ............ Arthur
Bennye Gatteys ........ Ginny
Sandra Knight ......... Mabel
Perry Cook ............ Sheriff
Lili Kardell .......... Lilly
Synopsis:
Chris Hale is not pleased when Bettina May and her large brood join the wagon train. Hale believes that May spoils
her children, and they may not hold up to the rigors of the westward trip. [JB]

5.13 [165] Wagon Train:
CLYDE
27-Dec-1961 NBC Wed
Written by Gene L. Coon
Directed by Virgil W. Vogel
Music Score: Sidney Fine
Tonight Starring: John McIntire
Guest Cast:
Harry von Zell ........ John Sherman
Nora Marlowe .......... Mrs. Sherman
Lenore Kingston ....... Mrs. Sherman
Mike McGreevey ........ Sonny Sherman
Frank de Kova ......... Arapahoe Chief
Synopsis:
Wooster develops an attraction to a large buffalo just when the wagon train faces a severe meat shortage. [JB]
 
5.14 [166] Wagon Train:
THE MARTIN ONYX STORY
03-Jan-1962 NBC Wed
Written by Robert Yale Libbott
Directed by Jerry Hopper
Tonight Starring: Robert Horton
Guest Cast:
Jack Warden ........... Martin Onyx
Sherwood Price ........ 1st Killer
Morgan Woodward ....... 2nd Killer
Rhys Williams ......... Angus Breck
Jack Albertson ........ Jebediah Giddings
Sam Edwards ........... Billy Bales
Tamar Cooper .......... Aggie Thatcher
David Leland .......... Sheriff Terran
Synopsis:
Martin Onyx, a legendary lawman comes to the aid of a small praire town plagued by outlaws.
McCullough is suspicious. He thought that Onyx was dead. [JB]

5.15 [167] Wagon Train: THE DICK PEDERSON STORY
 10-Jan-1962 NBC Wed
Teleplay and Television Story by Leonard Praskins From a Story by Marje Blood
Directed by Virgil Vogel
Music Score: Cyril Mockridge
Tonight Starring: John McIntire
Guest Cast:
James MacArthur ....... Dick Pederson
Anne Helm ............. Janey Cutler
Alice Frost ........... Mrs. Cutler
Nora Marlowe .......... Rebecca Brewer
Monique Vermont ....... Cassie Cutler
Carol Sydes ........... Reenie Cutler
Susie Mathers ......... Ellie Cutler
Betsy Robinson ........ Vicky Cutler
I. Stanford Jolley .... Pederson
Synopsis:
Orphan Dick Pederson resents the other young people on the wagon train---particularly Janey Cutler---because they all
have families. But Janey's four younger sisters all take Dick under their wing, and he soon warms to then. [JB]

5.16 [168] Wagon Train:
THE HOBIE REDMAN STORY 
17-Jan-1962 NBC Wed
Written by Thomas Thompson
Directed by Virgil Vogel
Music: Sidney Fine
Guest Cast:
Lin McCarthy .......... Hobie Redman
Arch Johnson .......... Glen Andrews
Barbara Eiler ......... Ruth Carlson
Parley Baer ........... Clyde Montgomery
Amzie Strickland ...... Agnes Montgomery
Ann Jillian ........... Sandra Carlson
Synopsis:
Duke Shannon is sent by Chris Hale to guide three wagons to join the train. Hobie Redman refuses
to come along because his family died along the trail a few years earlier. [JB]

5.17 [169] Wagon Train:
THE MALACHI HOBART STORY
24-Jan-1962 NBC Wed
Produced by Howard Christie/ Associate Producer Frederick Shorr
Written by Ken Kolb
Directed by David Butler
Director of Photography, Walter Strenge, A.S.C.
Music Score, Axel Stordahl
Tonight Starring: John McIntire
Guest Star:
Franchot Tone ............ Malachi Hobart
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(end credits)
Scott Miller, Terry Wilson, Frank McGrath (recurring)
With:
Irene Ryan ............ Martha Gresham
Wally Brown ........... George Gresham
Stevan Darrell ........ Roy Standish
Fern Barry ............ Leona Standish
Robert E. Dugan ....... The Man
Synopsis:
Duke discovers that traveling preacher Malachi Hobart is really a con man. To expose him,
Duke pretends to be a victim of Hobart's schemes. [JB]

5.18 [170] Wagon Train:
THE DR. DENKER STORY [RH] 
31-Jan-1962 NBC Wed
Teleplay by Steven Ritch and W. Douglas Lanford; Story by W. Douglas Lanford
Directed by Frank Arrigo
Music: Richard Shores
Tonight Starring: Robert Horton
Guest Star:
Theodore Bikel ........ Dr. Denker
with:
Michael Burns ......... Billy Latham
George Keymas ......... Ed Beaufort
Kathleen O'Malley ..... Emma Beaufort
James Lydon ........... George Blair
Peter Mamakos ......... Frank Morgan
William Tannen ........ Slater
Eric Barnes ........... Badger
Synopsis:
Dr. Denker, a new and popular meber of the wagon train, purports to be a Doctor of Musicology, but the instruments
in his wagon are found to play only one tune, and not a very musical one at that.
(UK: 19Aug62 BBC Sun 7:25 pm) 

5.19 [171] Wagon Train:
THE LONNIE FALLON STORY  (Color)
 07-Feb-1962 NBC Wed (Rerun 22Aug62 NBC)
Written by Harold Swanton
Directed by Virgil Vogel
Guest Stars:
Gary Clarke ........... Lonnie Fallon
Frank Overton ......... Martin Jennings
Lynn Loring ........... Kathy Jennings
Alan Hale, Jr. ........ Kirby
with
Stacy Harris .......... Sheriff Francher
Paul Birch ............ Henry Weeker
Angela Greene ......... Laura
Pitt Herbert .......... Doc Spence
I. Stanford Jolley .... Link Foster
Verna Felton .......... Gran Jennings
Synopsis 1:
Young cowboy Lonnie Fallon is smitten with pretty Kathy Jennings, but her father disapproves of the match. Jennings is
taking Kathy to California and he warns Lonnie that he will shoot him, if he attempts to follow the wagon train. [JB]
Synopsis 2:
Because of the shame and disgrace caused by her association with Lonnie Fallon, Kathy Jenning's father sells up to move
West with the wagon train. When Lonnie is later .... (end of synopsis missing)
(UK: 02Sep62 BBC Sun 7:25 pm)

5.20 [172] Wagon Train: THE JEFF HARTFIELD STORY
 14-Feb-1962 NBC Wed
Written by Leonard Praskins
Directed by Dick Moder
Guest Cast:
Jack Chaplain ......... Jeff Hartfield
Roger Mobley .......... Stevey Brewster
Dennis Rush ........... Davey Adams
Michael Forest ........ Dallas
House Peters, Jr. ..... Link Hartfield
Jackie Loughery ....... Jenny Hartfield
Ross Elliott .......... Mr. Adams
Mary Gregory .......... Mrs. Adams
Bill Halop ............ Mr. Brewster
Synopsis:
Young Jeff Hartfierld's father is in prison awaiting execution. Jeff runs away from the wagon train
in an effort to save his father from the gallows. [JB]

5.21 [173] Wagon Train:
THE DANIEL CLAY STORY
 21-Feb-1962 NBC Wed (Rerun 1Aug62 NBC)
Written by Steven Ritch
Directed by Don Taylor
Music Score: William Lava
Guest Cast:
Claude Rains .......... Judge Daniel Clay
Fred Beir ............. John Cole
Maggie Pierce ......... Frances Cole
Peter Helm ............ Ethan Clay
Frances Reid .......... Matgaret Clay
Jack Mather ........... Frank Lathrop
Hal Smith ............. Carl Grant
Orville Sherman ....... Joe Martin
George Neise .......... Judge Eli Brown
Renee Godfrey ......... Mrs. Brown
Jean Inness ........... Mrs. Lathrop
Ralph Neff ............ Ed Pyle
Synopsis:
Judge Daniel Clay can be a stern man on the bench. Now the judge is taking his family west on
the wagon train, and some of the passengers form an immediate dislike for him. [JB]

5.22 [174] Wagon Train:
THE LIEUTENANT BURTON STORY
28-Feb-1962 NBC Wed
Teleplay by Steven Ritch; Story by Ken Kolb
Directed by Virgil Vogel
Tonight Starring: John McIntire
Guest Cast:
Dean Jones ............ Lieutenant Burton
Charles McGraw ........ Sergeant Kile
Ray Stricklyn ......... Danny Maitland
Ray Baumann ........... Paul Timpkins
Jenny Maxwell ......... Susan Lane
Brett King ............ Cpl. Ben Rawlings
Robert Reiner ......... Thomas
Synopsis:
Riding ahead of the wagon train, Chris Hale is suddenly shot down from ambush by a cavalry patrol looking for deserters.
The order to fire was given by Sergeant Kile---who believes in shooting first and asking questions later. [JB]

5.23 [175] Wagon Train:
THE CHARLEY SHUTUP STORY
07-Mar-1962 NBC Wed
Written by Gene L. Coon
Directed by Virgil Vogel
Guest Cast:
Dick York ............. Charley Shutup
R.G. Armstrong ........ John Muskie
Dorothy Green ......... Ethel Muskie
Anita Sands ........... Marie Muskie
John Bryant ........... Cavalry Officer
Frank Bella ........... Ed Muskie
Tim Frawley ........... Talbot Muskie
Synopsis:
Chris Hale and Duke Shannon escort a group from the wagon train through snowy mountain country. Duke then breaks
an ankle and he is left behind to stay in an abandoned cabin with a wounded native American. [JB]

5.24 [176] Wagon Train:
THE AMOS BILLINGS STORY  (Color)
 14-Mar-1962 NBC Wed
Written by Peter Germano
Directed by Dick Moder
Tonight Starring: Robert Horton
Guest Cast:
Jon Locke ............. Gabe Billings
Paul Fix .............. Amos Billings
Dennis Patrick ........ Josh Anders
Jena Engstrom ......... Loan
Jon Locke ............. Gabe Billings
Gregg Palmer .......... Calso
Kreg Martin ........... Neal
John Zaremba .......... Tom Keenan
Charles Horvath ....... Tenspot
Tom Sweet ............. Crow
Synopsis:
Scavengers try to detour Chris Hale and his wagon train into the path of a hidden cannon. [JB]

5.25 [177] Wagon Train:
THE BAYLOR CROFOOT STORY [RH+JMcI] 
21-Mar-1962 NBC Wed
Teleplay by John McGreevey, Story by Prentiss Combs
Directed by Virgil Vogel
Tonight Starring: John McIntire & Robert Horton
Guest Star:
Robert Culp ........... Baylor Crofoot
with:
John Larch ............ Jethro Creech
Joyce Taylor .......... Ruth Creech
Charles Herbert ....... Tad Hollister
Leonard Nimoy ......... Emeterio Vasquez
Synopsis:
Schoolmaster Baylor Crofoot persistantly turns the other cheek when provoked by a blustering bully. But it seems
that he holds these principles only to mask his cowardice.
(UK: 26Aug62 BBC Sun, 7:25 pm)

5.26 [178] Wagon Train: THE GEORGE B. HANRAHAN STORY
28-Mar-1962 NBC Wed
Written by Gene L. Coon
Directed by Virgil Vogel
Music Score: Conrad Salinger
Guest Cast:
Lee Tracy ............. George B. Hanrahan
Frank DeKova .......... Running Bear
Harry Carey, Jr. ...... Tim Hogan
Douglas Jones ......... Charley Haynes
Brett King ............ Haynes
Dennis McCarthy ....... Burton
Nora Marlowe
Douglas Jones ......... Charley Hayes
Synopsis:
Duke rescues Indian medicine man Running Bear from his tribesmen and brings him to the wagon train. There he makes
friends with a politician named George B. Hanrahan who thinks they will make a great team in conning the public. [JB]

5.27 [179] Wagon Train: THE SWAMP DEVIL
04-Apr-1962 NBC Wed
Written by Norman Jolley
Directed by Dick Moder
Tonight Starring: Robert Horton
Guest Cast:
Philip Bourneuf ....... Joshua
Otto Waldis ........... Otto Burger
Richard Cutting ....... Mr. Harris
Kay Stewart ........... Mrs. Harris
Robert Bice ........... Bear Claw
Adrienne Marden ....... Anna
Norman Leavitt ........ Frank
Dal McKennon .......... Dobie
Synopsis:
With Flint as a guide, Otto Burger and his followers all strike out on their own and soon arrive at the edge of a swamp.
A friendly Indian chief named Bear Claw advises them to detour, because an evil spirit dwells in the marshes ahead. [JB]

5.28 [180] Wagon Train: THE COLE CRAWFORD STORY
11-Apr-1962 NBC Wed
Written by Thomas Thompson
Directed by Frank Arrigo
Guest Cast:
James Drury ........... Cole Crawford
Diana Millay .......... Helen Crawford
Robert Colbert ........ Blake Dorty
Ray Teal .............. Shag Dorty
Brett King ............ Frank
Rod Bell .............. Mr. Edwards
Fay Wray .............. Mrs. Edwards
Synopsis:
Shortly after newlyweds Cole and Helen Crawford join the wagon train, Blake Dorty, a suitor of Helen's,
joins the train and demands that Helen goes away with him. [JB]

5.29 [181] Wagon Train: THE LEVI HALE STORY
18-Apr-1962 NBC Wed
Written by Leonard Praskins
Directed by Virgil W. Vogel
Music Score: Sidney Fine
Tonight Starring: John McIntire in a dual-role as Chris Hale & Levi Hale
Guest Cast:
Trevor Bardette ....... Pete Rudge
Hugh Sanders .......... Warden
Daniel M. White ....... Driver
Myron Healey .......... Deputy
Synopsis:
Chris Hale journeys to the Wyoming Territory to see his older brother, Levi, who is being released from prison.
Chris thinks that Levi is going to get a pardon from the governor, until the warden tells him that Levi is being
released on condition that he must leave the territory. [JB]

5.30 [182] Wagon Train: THE TERRY MORRELL STORY
25-Apr-1962 NBC Wed
Written by Peter Germano
Directed by Jesse Hibbs
Guest Cast:
Henry Jones ........... Ben Morrell
David Ladd ............ Terry Morrell
Vivi Janiss ........... Letty Morse
Paul Langton .......... Ralph Morse
Lane Bradford ......... Zeb Landrus
Eve McVeagh ........... Yolanda
Walter Reed ........... Sheriff Signor
Carmen Pace ........... Tessie
Synopsis:
Ben and Terry Morrell join the wagon train and quickly establish themselves to be two very anti-social types.
Terry doesn't like his very own father. [JB]

5.31 [183] Wagon Train: THE JUD STEELE STORY
02-May-1962 NBC Wed
Written by Peter Germano
Directed by Ted Post
Music Score: Morton Stevens
Guest Cast:
Arthur Franz .......... Nathan Forge
Edward Binns .......... Jud Steele
Mary La Roche ......... Ursula
Robert J. Wilke ....... Wesley Thomas
Cliff Osmond .......... Simmons
Joe Turkel ............ Eddie
Tim Graham ............ Sam Broderick
Fred Sherman .......... Attendant
Hilary Yates .......... Bar Girl
Synopsis:
Fleeing gunman Jud Steele and his pal show up at the wagon train, asking for fresh horses. Steele is displeased
when Hawks tells him no. [JB]

5.32 [184] Wagon Train: THE MARY BECKETT STORY
09-May-1962 NBC Wed
Teleplay by Steven Ritch, Story by Paul Hayward
Directed by Dick Moder
Guest Cast:
Anne Jeffreys ......... Mary Beckett
Lee Bergere ........... Alex Lamont
Carole Wells .......... Ginny Beckett
Jocelyn Brando ........ Martha Lane
Whit Bissell .......... Frank Lane
Joe Maross ............ Robert Waring
Synopsis:
Frenchman Alex Lamont's suave manner has produced mixed reactions from members of the wagon train.
The men think that he's a phony, but the women adore him. [JB]

5.33 [185] Wagon Train: THE NANCY DAVIS STORY
16-May-1962 NBC Wed
(The final appearance of Robert Horton)
Written by Steven Ritch
Directed by Dick Moder
Guest Cast:
Keith Richards ........ Lace Andrews
Lory Patrick .......... Nancy Davis
Cloris Leachman ....... Loretta
Russell Collins ....... Doc Shaw
George Keymas ......... Pitts
Bob Anderson .......... Rarer
Sam Edwards ........... Hody
Kay Stewart ........... Mrs. Davis
Don Gazzaniga ......... Jeb Martin
Marshall Reed ......... Sheriff
Synopsis:
Flint, Wooster, and Hawks show up at a local saloon when the barkeep mentions the name of Lace Andrews.
McCullough has been looking for Andrews for eight years---to kill him. [JB]

5.34 [186] Wagon Train: THE FRANK CARTER STORY
23-May-1962 NBC Wed
Written by Steven Ritch
Directed by Virgil Vogel
Guest Cast:
Albert Salmi .......... Frank Carter
Frances Reid .......... Mary Carter
Gloria Talbott ........ Martha Chambers
Edward Platt .......... Cyrus Bolton
Norman Leavitt ........ Joe Casper
Jeanne Bates .......... Mrs. Casper
William Fawcett ....... Tapper
Synopsis:
Duke is a dead ringer for a gambler named Jason Carter. in fact, many people are convinced that Duke is Jason,
including somebody who's out there to kill him. [JB]

5.35 [187] Wagon Train: THE JOHN TURNBULL STORY
30-May-1962 NBC Wed
Written by Gene L. Coon
Directed by Charles Haas
Music Score: Richard Shores
Guest Cast:
Henry Silva ........... John Turnbull
Steven Geray .......... Jacob Solomon
Warren Stevens ........ Jack Thorne
Dayton Lummis ......... T.J. Gingle
John War Eagle ........ Nah-An-Kanay
I. Stanford Jolley .... Burro Beedie
Tim Frawley ........... Hank
Frank Wilson .......... Colonel Draper
Carleton Young ........ Judge Burkhardt
Frank Wilcox .......... Col. Draper
Jess Kirkpatrick ...... Telegraph Operator
X Brands .............. 1st Indian Brave
Synopsis:
White settlers are up to their old tricks and are attempting to force the Indians off their old lands. But this time they
are faced with a new and unfamiliar kind of opposition: legal barriers initiated by two attorneys named Jacob Solomon
---and John Turnbull, who has returned from the East to help his fellow Redmen. [JB]

5.36 [188] Wagon Train: THE HIRAM WINTHROP STORY
06-Jun-1962 NBC Wed
(Note-Robert Horton made a surprise appearance here as Flint McCullough in the final scene at the wagon train camp!)
Written by Peter Germano
Directed by Virgil Vogel
Guest Cast:
Eduard Franz .......... Hiram Winthrop
Ron Soble ............. Chief Two Arrows
Barbara Woodell ....... Jessica
Art Lund .............. Lair Riatt
Frank Gerstle ......... Frank Carter
Claudia Bryar ......... Mary Carter
Aline Towne ........... Meg
Synopsis:
Indian agent Hiram Winthrop wants to establish a welfare program in his district, but he needs help to do it.
He persuades Duke Shannon to give up his job as scout for the wagon train, and join him as an administrator. [JB]

5.37 [189] Wagon Train: THE HEATHER MAHONEY STORY
13-Jun-1962 NBC Wed
Written by Norman Jolley
Directed by Virgil W. Vogel
Guest Cast:
Jane Wyatt ............ Heather Mahoney
Nellie Burt ........... Mother O'Hara
John Emery ............ Harry Breckenridge
Cyril Delevanti ....... Jamison
Harry Holcombe ........ Mr. Waterbury
Addison Richards ...... Mr. Wilson
Lillian Bronson ....... Mrs. Waterbury
John Holland .......... Mr.Rollins
Synopsis:
The wagon train has reached the end of the line as it pulls into Sacramento. But it may be a beginning rather
than an end as far as Hale as concerned. He has taken an interest in widow Heather Mahoney. [JB]

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