CTVA US Western - "Wagon Train" (ABC) Season 7 (1963-64)

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Season 7 (ABC) (1963-64)
(90 min)
(in color)
Starring John McIntire & Robert Fuller

Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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 ############# season 7 1963-64 ###############
############### 90 min color #################
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(32 episodes) ABC Mondays 8:30-10:00 pm
The series expands to 90 min format
in color for one season
starring
John McIntire as Chris Hale - Wagonmaster
Robert Fuller as Cooper Smith - Scout
Frank McGrath as Charlie Wooster - Cook
Terry Wilson as Bill Hawks
Michael Burns as Barnaby West


7.01 [227] Wagon Train: THE MOLLY KINCAID STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
Revue prod. no. 23601
16-Sep-1963 ABC Mon
written by Gene L. Coon
directed by Virgil Vogel
Guest Cast:
Barbara Stanwyck .............. Molly Kincaid
Ray Danton .................... Kincaid
Fabian ........................ Rome Wolfson
Brenda Scott .................. Martha Kincaid
Pamela Austin ................. Merrybell
Harry Carey ................... Hankins
Richard Reeves ................ Wells
Myron Healey .................. Doc Curley
William Challee ............... Stage Driver
Carolyn Jones
Synopsis:
Molly Kincaid seeks revenge on the man whose cowardice resulted in
her capture by Indians.

7.02 [228] Wagon Train:
THE FORT PIERCE STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
23-Sep-1963 ABC Mon
Written by John McGreevey
Directed by William Witney
Guest Cast:
Ronald Reagan ................. Capt. Paul Winters
Ann Blyth ..................... Nancy Winters
John Doucette ................. Colonel Lathrop
Kathie Browne ................. Beth
Robert J. Wilke ............... Sergeant Wick
Berkeley Harris ............... Sergeant Kincaid
Ron Hayes ................. Gil
Jackie Russell .............. Georgia
Synopsis:
Chris Hale asks Colonel Lathrop for for an escort as the train goes
towards Indian territory. Lathrop refuses, but provides a new
passenger, the wife of Capt Winters, who he has ordered to leave the fort.

7.03 [229] Wagon Train:
THE GUS MORGAN STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
Revue prod. no. 23603
30-Sep-1963 ABC Mon (rebroadcast 07Sep64)
Written by Norman Jolley
Directed by Virgil Vogel
Guest Stars:
Peter Falk .................... Gus Morgan
Tommy Sands ................... Ethan Morgan
co-starring:
Harry Swoger .................. Ben
Paul Birch .................... Sam
Ken Mayer ..................... Jesse
Harlan Warde .................. Dr. Haynes
Tim Graham .................... Walters
Synopsis 1:
Can Gus Morgan save the lives of his brother Ethan and Chris Hale
when they are stranded in a freezing blizzard.
(UK: 07May67 ITV ABC Weekend Television UK, Sun 3.35pm)
Synopsis 2:
Chris Hale accompanies Gus Morgan and his young brother Ethan on
a snowy mountain expedition to find the best route for Morgan's
railroad. Chris is critically injured in the snowy high country,
and all three lose their horses in a blizzard. Then Ethan
collapses from exhaustion.

7.04 [230] Wagon Train:
THE WIDOW O'ROURKE STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
07-Oct-1963 ABC Mon
Written by Leonard Praskins & Sloan Nibley
Directed by Joseph Pevney
(Robert Fuller in a dual role as Cooper Smith & Terence O'Rourke, the Irish sea Capt).
Guest Star:
Carol Lawrence ................ Princess Mei Ling

With:
Richard Loo ................... Lin Yang
Linda Ho ...................... Ming Lu
Tanigoshi ..................... Choon Fong
Peter Mamakos ................. Auctioneer
H.T. Tsiang ................... the Mandarin
Mr Moto ......... Kiang
Naji Gabbay ........ Buyer #1
Noel De Souza ........... Buyer #2
Synopsis:
Coop sets out to find Duke and Charlie who are being held prisoner by
Princess Ling, the matriarch of a hidden Chinese empire which is
guarded by Oriental men and worked by slaves. Princess Ling takes
a liking to Coop because he bears an uncanny resemblence to her
late husband, Terence O'Rourke an Irish sea Captain. She offers
to adopt him, provide him with a chinese bride and bequeath him all her riches.


7.05 [231] Wagon Train:
THE ROBERT HARRISON CLARKE STORY (90 min. slot) (color)
Revue prod. no. 23602
14-Oct-1963 ABC Mon (syndicated rerun 05Sep67)
written by Gene L. Coon
directed by William Witney
Starring:
John McIntire, Robert Fuller,
with: Michael Burns, Frank McGrath, Scott Miller, Terry Wilson
Guest Cast:
Michael Rennie ................ Robert Harrison Clarke
Brian Keith ................... Gault
Henry Silva ................... Ram Singh
Royal Dano .................... Bouchette
Randy Boone ................... Jamie
George Keymas ................. Warbow
Synopsis 1:
British newpaperman Robert Clarke (Michael Rennie) decides that the
wagon train could be a jolly place to learn about the wild west. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Robert Harrison Clarke, an English newspaperman thinks the wagon train
would be a good place to learn about the wild west. Clarke is cynical
about the fabled hardships and savagery of the Indians and Chris and
Coop are placed in danger helping him.

7.06 [232] Wagon Train:
THE MYRA MARSHALL STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
21-Oct-1963 ABC Mon
written by Peter B. Germano
directed by Joseph Pevney
Guest Cast:
Suzanne Pleshette ............. Myra Marshall
Charles Drake ................. Verne
Rex Reason .................... Colin
Jack Lambert .................. Nick
Beverley Owen ................. Grace Marshall
Daniel Milland ................ Tom Donahue
Stanley Clements
Hal Needham ........ Reno
Dayton Lummis ......... Philip
Read Morgan
I. Stanford Jolley
Norman Leavitt
Jack Searl
Sid Clute
Paul Baxley
George Greco
Craig Duncan
Mickey Finn
Synopsis:
Myra Marshall joins the wagon train to escape an unhappy marriage, but
she is concerned about securing money for an secret purpose.

7.07 [233] Wagon Train:
THE SAM SPICER STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
Revue prod. no. 23606
28-Oct-1963
written by Norman Jolley
directed by R.G. Springsteen
Guest Cast:
Clu Gulager ................... Sam Spicer
Ed Begley ..................... Reno Sutton
Frank Cady .................... Hiram
Jean Inness ................... Ma Adams
Jon Locke ..................... Cam
Frank Mitchell ................ Stoney
Fred Coby ..................... Kirk
Dennis McCarthy
Mark Tapscott
Synopsis:
Sam Spicer and Reno Sutton run after robbing a bank and take Barnaby
with them as a hostage. A strange affection between Barnaby and
one of the men develops and the man wants Barnaby to join them as
a partner - the other one wants to kill him.

7.08 [234] Wagon Train:
THE SAM PULASKI STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
04-Nov-1963 ABC Mon
written & directed by Allen H. Miner
Guest Cast:
Ross Martin ................... Sam Pulaski
Annette Funicello ............. Rose Pulaski
Jocelyn Brando ................ Mom Pulaski
Stanley Adams ................. Jersey
Richard Bakalyan .............. Muscles
Morgan Woodward .......... Pocky
Joan Staley .............. Polly Ann
Harry Carey ............ Burroughs
Synopsis:
Sam Pulaski joins the train with his Mother and his sister Rose,
who do not know he is fleeing from arrest for murder. Coop is
attracted to Rose but remembers Sam as a leader of a band of
thugs that once robbed him.

7.09 [235] Wagon Train:
THE ELI BANCROFT STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
11-Nov-1963 ABC Mon
written by Steve Ritch
directed by R.G. Springsteen
Guest Cast:
Leif Erickson ................. Eli Bancroft
Bruce Dern .................... Seth Bancroft
David Carradine ............... Mason
Randy Boone ................... Noah Bancroft
Carl Reindel .................. Adam Bancroft
Diane Mountford ............... Milly
Nestor Paiva .................. Money Joe
Patricia Lyon ................. Rose Mason
Barbara Woodell ......... Mrs. Talley
Rachel Ames ............. Emily
Larry Blake ............. Jackson
Parley Baer ............. Talley
Randy Boone ............. ???
Elizabeth Fraser
Kay Stewart
Billy Hughes
Dal McKennon
Synopsis:
Coop and a group of travelers are robbed and left stranded in
the wilderness by outlaw Eli Bancroft and his sons.
Note:
Robert Fuller's then wife Patricia Lyon was featured in this episode.

7.10 [236] Wagon Train:
THE KITTY PRYOR STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
Revue prod. no. 23611
18-Nov-1963
written & directed by Allen H. Miner
Guest Cast:
Diana Hyland .................. Kitty Pryor
Bradford Dillman .............. Myles Brisbane
Don Durant .................... Victor Harpe
Jeanne Cooper ................. Martha Harpe
Milton Frome
John Dennis
Jack Bighead
Allen Joseph
Dal McKennon
Synopsis:
Kitty Pryor engaged to Victor Harpe, discovers he is already married
to a wealthy woman named Martha. When Harpe is murdered Kitty is
sentenced to hang, but a disillusioned drunk on the train becomes
aroused and is convinced there is more to the matter.

7.11 [237] Wagon Train:
THE SANDRA CUMMINGS STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
02-Dec-1963 ABC Mon
written by Norman Jolley
directed by Virgil Vogel
Guest Cast:
Rhonda Fleming ................ Sandra Cummings
Cynthia Pepper ................ Paula Cummings
Michael Conrad ................ Luke
John Archer ................... Jonathan
Jack Easton, Jr. .............. Jefferson Smith
Jason Johnson
Norman Leavitt
Brett King
K.L. Smith
Paul Baxley
Synopsis:
Singer Sandra Cummings objects to Coop's attentions to her daughter
because she views him as the callous love them and leave them type.
Meanwhile Coop seems intent on proving her right and appears to
want to hurt the daughter to get at her mother.

7.12 [238] Wagon Train:
THE MA BLEEKER STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
09-Dec-1963 ABC Mon
written by Ted Sherdeman
directed by William Witney
Guest Cast:
Joan Blondell ................. Ma Bleeker
Ruta Lee ...................... Jenny
Ed Nelson ..................... Al Bleeker
Tim Mcintire .................. Dave Bleeker
Holly Mcintire ................ Holly Bleeker
Tudor Owen .................... McFerren
Brooke Bundy .................. Bessie
John McKee .................... Quincy
Jan Kemp ............. Butler
Tyler McVey
Synopsis:
Ma Bleeker and her gang , disguised as farmers join the train near
Fort Bridger. They plan to take it over and use it to gain entry
to the fort where the army has a large deposit of gold bullion.

7.13 [239] Wagon Train:
THE STORY OF CAIN (90 min. slot)(color)
Prod. no. 23625
16-Dec-1963
written & directed by Allen H. Miner
Guest Cast:
Ron Hayes ..................... John Cain
Anne Helm ..................... Ruth
Allen Joseph .................. Benny
Frank Overton
Lane Bradford
Synopsis:
While scouting in the desert Coop rescues prospector John Cain,
who is lost and near death from exposure. Cain is so grateful
that he he offers to sell shares in his goldmine to the travelers.
When he changes his mind Coop fears reprisals from the disappointed people.

7.14 [240] Wagon Train:
THE CASSIE VANCE STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
23-Dec-1963 ABC Mon
written by Betty Andrews
directed by Joseph Pevney
Guest Cast:
Laraine Day ................... Cassie Vance
Richard Carlson ............... Adam
Kevin Corcoran ................ Davie
Robert Strauss ................ Flloyd
Eve McVeagh ................... Mrs. Sharp
John Harmon ................... Jenkins
Adrienne Marden ............... Mrs. Jenkins
Beverly Washburn .............. Milly
Sam Edwards
Eleanor Audley
Richard Hale
Harry Holcombe
Karen Greene
G.B. Atwater
Synopsis:
While traveling on the train with her husband and young son Cassie
Vance nurses the ill wife of another passenger when his savings go
missing. When it is revealed that Cassie once served time in prison
her husband is hurt and angry, and her guilt seems certain.

7.15 [241] Wagon Train:
THE FENTON CANABY STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
30-Dec-1963
written by Thomas Thompson
directed by Joseph Pevney

Jack Kelly .................... Fenton Canaby
Barbara Bain .................. Lucy
Virginia Gregg ................ Grace Lowe
Robert Cornthwaite ............ Byron Lowe
John Locke .................... Gabe
Dee Carroll ................... Elizabeth
John Hoyt ..................... Clayton
George E. Dunn
I. Stanford Jolley
Jess Kirkpatrick
Walter Reed
Kelly Thordsen
Synopsis:
After deserting his wagon train and leaving his passengers to die
of thirst, Wagon Master Fenton Canaby turns himself in to Chris
Hale, who tries to keep his identity a secret until he can turn
him over to the law.

7.16 [242] Wagon Train:
THE MICHAEL MALONE STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
Revue prod. no. 23612
06-Jan-1964 ABC Mon
written by Gerry Day
directed by Virgil Vogel
Guest Cast:
Michael Parks ................. Michael Malone
Dick York ..................... Ben Mitchell
Joyce Bulifant ................ Juli Holland
Judi Meredith ................. Beth
Nellie Burt ................... Nora
Armand Alzamora ............... Dr. Perez
Tim Graham
John Bryant
Chuck Courtney
Synopsis:
Juli Holland falls in love wagon driver Michael Malone, a troubled man with a secret past.

7.17 [243] Wagon Train:
THE JED WHITMORE STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
13-Jan-1964 ABC Mon
Written by - NOT KNOWN
Directed by - NOT KNOWN
Guest Cast:
Neville Brand ................. Jed Whitmore/Frank Lewis
Karl Swenson .................. Harry Whitmore
William Mims .................. Jennings
Les Tremayne .................. William Carr
Jan Clayton ................... Jean Lewis
Lois Roberts .................. Patsy Lewis
Burt Mustin
Byron Morrow
Michael Ross
Bob Sineller
Sterling Franck
Synopsis:
Ex Con Harry Whitmore has a story for newspaperman William Carr.
Harry claims that sheriff Frank Lewis is really his brother Jed
Whitmore, a wanted outlaw.

7.18 [244] Wagon Train:
THE GENEVA BALFOUR STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
20-Jan-1964 ABC Mon
written by Ken Trevey
directed by Sutton Roley
Starring:
JOHN McINTIRE as Chris Hale / ROBERT FULLER as Cooper Smith
TERRY WILSON as Bill Hawks DENNY (SCOTT) MILLER as Duke Shannon
MICHAEL BURNS as Barnaby West FRANK McGRATH as Charlie Wooster
[Burns & McGrath make only fleeting appearances in this episode]
Guest Cast
Robert Lansing .......... Judge Arthur Forbes
Sherry Jackson .......... Geneva Balfour
Peter Brown ............. Aaron Balfour
Archie Moore ............ Ishmael
Supporting Cast
E.J.Andre ............... Simon Turpin
Jack Grinnage ........... Jubal Devlin
Byron Foulger as ???
Kate Murtagh ............ Hallie McGraw
Kathleen Freeman ........ Clara Pumfret
William Chalee as ???
James Griffith .......... Lew Pumfret
Synopsis:
In the desert, Boston Matron Geneva Balfour, an expectant mother,
destroys the food supplies, in an attempt to force the Wagon
Train to abandon it's desert route. Her action starts a chain
of events which leads to a move to oust Chris Hale.

7.19 [245] Wagon Train:
THE KATE CRAWLEY STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
27-Jan-1964 ABC Mon
written by Norman Jolley
directed by Virgil Vogel
Guest Cast:
Barbara Stanwyck .............. Kate Crawley
Noah Beery, Jr. ............... Stump Beasley
Richard Reeves ................ Pop Harmon
Charles Carlson ............... Jessup Harmon
Juney Ellis ................... Emma
Fern Barry ............. Clara
Dorothy Morris ......... Lola
Karen Flynn ............ Liz
Margaret Sheridan ...... Jill
Bill Baldwin as ????
Dean Oliver
James Bynum
Synopsis:
Romance Blossoms between Chris Hale and rough mannered independent
freight line operator Kate Crawley, and friends fear she will
take over the train. As their romance blossoms, preparations for
their wedding are interrupted by an Indian war party.

7.20 [246] Wagon Train:
THE GROVER ALLEN STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
Revue prod. no. 23628
03-Feb-1964
written by Jack Curtis
directed by Joseph Pevney
Guest Cast:
Burgess Meredith .............. Grover Allen
Nancy Gates ................... Della
Marshall Thompson ............. Will Stebbins
Byron Foulger ................. Mr. Duskin
Scott Lane .................... Jeff
Lillian Bronson ............... Phoebe
Charles Morton ................ Watchman
Paul E. Burns ................. Fred Elkins
Synopsis:
In flight after murdering his tyrannical employer, Grover Allen
joins the Wagon Train with his daughter-in-law and grandson.
But his freedom is threatened when a detective joins the train.

7.21 [247] Wagon Train:
THE ANDREW ELLIOTT STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
Revue prod. no. 23605
10-Feb-1964 ABC Mon
written by John Kneubuhl
directed by Herschel Daugherty
Guest Cast:
Everett Sloane ................ Senator Elliott
Dick Sargent .................. Andrew Elliott
Alfred Ryder .................. Major Ogden
Skip Homeier .................. George
Jon Locke ............ Blake Reese
Grace Lee Whitney as Nora
Robert Osterloh as Jack Hunt
Myron Healey as Robert Rollins
Synopsis:
The army holds Duke for questioning for the disappearance and possible
murder of a senator's son, and he must explain why he returned alone
after leading a party of six explorers into the badlands.

7.22 [248] Wagon Train: THE MELANIE CRAIG STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
17-Feb-1964
written by John McGreevey
directed by Joseph Pevney
Guest Cast:
Myrna Fahey ................... Melanie Craig
Jim Davis ..................... Rudd Basham
John Craig .................... Prentiss Dodd
Tony Young .................... Quent Loomis
Roger Torrey .................. Sonny Wilkes
Bobby Diamond ........ Matt Basham
Billy Hughes ......... Mark Basham
Scott Lane ........... Luke Basham
Marjorie Bennet ...... Maud Wilkes
Amzie Strickland ..... Mrs Lowell
Elvia Allman as ????
Terry Burnham as ????
Duane Grey ?
Synopsis:
When a woman is widowed by an accident on the trail, Duke vies with a
foppish man, a scholar poet and a professional gambler for her hand.
But she has her eye on a woman hater on the train.

7.23 [249] Wagon Train:
THE PEARLIE GARNET STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
Revue prod. no. 23610
24-Feb-1964
written by Leonard Praskins
directed by Herschel Daugherty
Guest Cast:
Sharon Farrell ................ Pearlie Garnet
Marilyn Maxwell ............... Duchess
Hugh Beaumont ................. Jed Halleck
H.M. Wynant ................... Clay Boudreau
Aline Towne ................... Lovey
Laurie Mitchell ............... June
Lane Chandler ................. Sheriff
Ralph Leabow .................. Simon
Ken Mayer ..................... Ed Norton
Lennie Geer ................... Jim Cole
David McMahon ................. Stimson
Jan Aryan
Synopsis:
A beautiful young woman is asked to leave after looting kitchen supplies
and everyone's money, shooting Duke in the shoulder and bringing false
assault charges against a man she robbed. Bill Hawks and Duke Shannon
later find her in a western hamlet - the richest and most hated person there.

7.24 [250] Wagon Train:
THE TRACE McCLOUD STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
02-Mar-1964 ABC Mon
written by John McGreevey
directed by Virgil Vogel
Guest Cast:
Larry Pennell ................. Trace McCloud
Audrey Dalton ................. Lola Modena
Rachel Ames ................... Florence Yeager
Stanley Adams ................. Merlin the Great
John Lupton ................... Ernie Weaver
Charlie Briggs ................ Joe Weaver
James McCallion .......... Roger Bannister
Harry Harvey Sr. ......... Mayor Ives
Nora Marlowe ............. Hilda Bannister
Richard Cutting .......... Knudsen
Hank Brandt .............. Ingram
Paul Newlan .............. Ben Tatum
Dick Cutting ?
Synopsis:
Because there have been a number of unsolved murders in Bedrock,
some of the townsfolk decide to join the Wagon Train, including the murderer.

7.25 [251] Wagon Train:
THE DUNCAN McIVOR STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
09-Mar-1964 ABC Mon
written by Norman Jolley
directed by Herschel Daugherty
Guest Cast:
Ron Hayes ..................... Lt. Duncan McIvor
Chris Robinson ................ 2nd Lt. Carter
Joanna Moore .................. Lucinda Carter
John Larkin ................... Colonel Lipton
Gene Evans .................... 1st. Sgt. Jake Orly
James Griffith ................ Garrett
Mike Mazurki ......... Lance Corp. Moller
Don Gazzaniga ........ Whitney
Michael Bierne ....... Pvt. Bivins
Dennis McCarthy as ????
Ashley Cowan as ????
L.Q.Jones as ????
Jesse Kirkpatrick?
Synopsis:
Duke and Bill Hawks are saved from hostile Indians by Duncan McIvor,
an army officer who is investigating recent thefts of military property.
After the Lt. confiscates two wagonloads of stolen supplies that have
been purchased by the Wagon Train passengers, he is puzzled when his
commanding officer orders him to halt the investigation.

7.26 [252] Wagon Train:
THE BEN ENGEL STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
16-Mar-1964 ABC Mon
written by Betty Andrews
directed by Joseph Pevney
Guest Cast:
Clu Gulager ................... Harry Diel
Katherine Crawford ............ Evvie Diel
John Doucette ................. Ben Engel
Whit Bissell .................. McCloud
J. Pat O'Malley ............... Colin Dunn
I. Stanford Jolley ............ Mr. Jenks
Darby Hinton .................. Benjie Diel
Frances Morris ................ Mrs. Jenks
Dick Winslow ............. Fiddlin John
Elisha Cooke, Jr ......... Matt Wilson
Frank Ferguson ........... Judge Larkin
Synopsis:
When a man is shot , a mob forms to hang the killer, young Harry Diel.
But he is saved by an elderly Ben Engel who is traveling with his
family. It turns out that the two men first met when Harry was
arrested for trying to rob Ben.

7.27 [253] Wagon Train:
THE WHIPPING (90 min. slot)(color)
23-Mar-1964 ABC Mon
written by Leonard Praskins
directed by Virgil Vogel
Guest Cast:
Martin Balsam ................. March Jones
Jeanne Cooper ................. Molly Garland
William Fawcett ............... Finley
John Litel .................... Dr. Burke
Harold Goodwin ................ Man
Ann Staunton
Tommy Alexander
Mike Smith
Synopsis:
Barnaby runs away in disgrace after Bill Hawks gives him a spanking
for getting out of line too much. Bill is so upset by his flight
that he makes mistakes in judgment that bring the train to the
brink of disaster.

7.28 [254] Wagon Train:
THE SANTIAGO QUESADA STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
30-Mar-1964 ABC Mon
written by Gerry Day
directed by Virgil Vogel
Guest Cast:
Joseph Wiseman ................ James Case
Edward Binns .................. Major Starbuck
Perry Lopez ................... Lance Starbuck
Jena Engstrom ................. Kim Case
Morgan Woodward ............... Jute
Walter Coy .................... Meachum
George Keymas ................. Stitch
Nina Roman .................... Anitra
William Phipps
Kay Stewart
Sally Sanders
Synopsis:
Coop escorts Kim Case to her home town where he finds the people tense and nervous, fearing retaliation from Comanche's
for the activities of a mysterious band of semi-outlaws, who have turned Indian killing into a lucrative business.

7.29 [255] Wagon Train:
THE STARK BLUFF STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
Revue prod. no. 23636
06-Apr-1964 ABC Mon
written & directed by Allen H. Miner
Guest Cast:
Ray Danton .................... Zeb Stark
Jean Hale ..................... Suzy Durfee
Peter Whitney ................. Sheriff Pincus
Hari Rhodes ................... Jefferson Washington
Stanley Adams ................. Judge Pike
Carmen D'Antonio .............. Olgala
Chester Hayes ................. Vladimir
Leonard Thomas ................ Pete
Synopsis:
In the town of Stark Bluff, Duke learns that a friend of his died in a fire, and that the man's widow now works against
her will for a ruthless saloon owner who also owns the law. When Duke tries to rescue her he is framed on a murder charge.

7.30 [256] Wagon Train:
THE LINK CHENEY STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
13-Apr-1964 ABC Mon
Guest cast:
Charles Drake ......... Link Cheney
Pippa Scott ........... Dorthea Gillford
Will Kuluva ........... Euchre Jones
Tom Simcox ............ Tim Riggs
Yvonne Craig .......... Ellie Riggs
Alice Backes .......... Ada Meecham
Paul Baxley ........... Jake
Paul Stader ........... Rankin
Harry von Zell ........ Henry Baffle
Synopsis 1:
Gambler Euchre Jones encounters former protege Link Cheney on the wagon train but it isn't a happy reunion. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
The wagon train is a casino on wheels when famous gambler Euchre Jones joins up, becoming the target of a woman who
wants him to play her game, a millionaire who thinks his money will outlast the experts luck, a man who vows to break
him or kill him and his own former protege Link Cheney who he is not happy to see. On top of all this Charlie Wooster
who is an expert at Old Maid insists on giving him pointers on how to play poker !!!

7.31 [257] Wagon Train:
THE ZEBEDEE TITUS STORY (90 min. slot)(color)
20-Apr-1964 ABC Mon
written by Norman Jolley
directed by Virgil Vogel
Guest Cast:
Neville Brand ................. Zebedee Titus
Angela Dorian/Victoria Vetri .. Maria
Robert Santon ................. Pietro
Harry Harvey, Sr. ............. Parsons
Sid Clute ..................... Major Hanley
Dal McKennon ........... Horse Trader
Otto Reichow ........... Blacksmith
Earl Hansen ............ Farrier
Jan Kemp ............... Carpenter
Eddie Little Sky ....... Indian Chief
Synopsis:
Elderly frontier scout Zebedee Titus was having a hard time making a living until Chris Hale gave him a job as scout for
the Wagon Train out of respect for his fabled former glory. After he is responsible for Coop's capture by Indians, his
illusions are shattered and he goes off into the wilderness to die alone.

7.32 [258] Wagon Train:
THE LAST CIRCLE UP (90 min. slot)(color)
Prod. no. 23637
27-Apr-1964 ABC Mon
written & directed by Allen H. Miner
Guest Cast:
Joe De Santis ................. Samuel Moses
Naomi Stevens ................. Hannah Moses
Karen Green ................... Heather Browne
Tim McIntire .................. Dewey Jameson
Arthur Space .................. Dewhirst Jameson
Kay Stewart ................... Priscilla Jameson
Tom Skerritt .................. Hamish Browne
Sharon Dillon .......... Betsy Jameson
Valora Noland as Rebecca Moses
J.Pat O'Malley as Earl Calkins
Myron Healey as ????
Lane Bradford as ????
Synopsis:
The end of the trail is made memorable by sorrow and joy, love and hate, birth and death: a young couple decide to wed
despite their parents religious differences, an old man fights death until he can see God's greatest creation, tempers
flare after Chris Hale pays off his men and they engage in some offbeat gambling matches in which life savings change hands,
and Charlie enters the ladies stew cooking contest.

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