Season 1 Breakdown
Normal Episodes: 39
TV Specials: 0
TV Movies: 0
Normal Episodes: 39
TV Specials: 0
TV Movies: 0
Wagon Train Season 1 (1957-1958)
|1x01 The Willy Moran Story |
Willy Moran, Adams' old Civil War commanding officer, is now a drunken wino. Adams offers him a job on the wagon train provided that he stay sober.
|Sep. 18, 1957|
|1x02 The Jean LeBec Story |
A New Orleans aristocrat who's escorting a young lass to San Francisco arouses the fury of a tyrannical town boss.
|Sep. 25, 1957|
|1x03 The John Cameron Story |
The husband of a much younger woman grows jealous of her flirtatious ways.
|Oct. 02, 1957|
|1x04 The Ruth Owens Story |
A woman's brother kills a man who made a derogatory remark about her only to discover later that the remark was true.
|Oct. 09, 1957|
|1x05 The Les Rand Story |
A paroled convict blames his physician father for the death of his Native American wife.
|Oct. 16, 1957|
|1x06 The Nels Stack Story |
Nels Stack enrages his fellow wagon train passengers when he befriends an elderly Native American.
|Oct. 23, 1957|
|1x07 The Emily Rossiter Story |
When her husband gets killed on the way to California, Emily Rossiter quickly re-marries in order to provide stability for her daughter. Unbeknownst to Emily, hubby number two is a ...
|Oct. 30, 1957|
|1x08 The John Darro Story |
A couple on the train try to keep the husband's past from their son but a tramp threatens to expose the secret.
|Nov. 06, 1957|
|1x09 The Charles Avery Story |
Flint suspects that an Army officer has an ulterior motive when he accompanies him to deliver a peace treaty to a once hostile Native American chief.
|Nov. 13, 1957|
|1x10 The Mary Halstead Story |
Mary Halstead joins the wagon train to search for the son she deserted years before. Could a wounded young man picked up by the train be Mary's long lost son?
|Nov. 20, 1957|
|1x11 The Zeke Thomas Story |
Zeke Thomas and his second wife are headed west with the train when he's confronted with a huge problem. During a stopover, Zeke sees his first wife who's very much alive.
|Nov. 27, 1957|
|1x12 The Riley Gratton Story |
Major Adams sets out to recover passengers' money which was taken from them by con man Riley Gratton.
|Dec. 04, 1957|
|1x13 The Clara Beauchamp Story |
A cavalry colonel's wife tries to start a war with Native Americans as part of a convoluted scheme to get her husband promoted and transferred back East.
|Dec. 11, 1957|
|1x14 The Julia Gage Story |
Julia Gage is an independent wench who refuses to admit that she needs a man's help to drive her wagon. Major Adams persuades the shy Tobe Cannon to give her a hand anyway.
|Dec. 18, 1957|
|1x15 The Cliff Grundy Story |
Cliff Grundy is seriously injured in a buffalo stampede. Flint and another passenger tend to Cliff's injuries but the other passenger has a hidden motive--he wants the location of a ...
|Dec. 25, 1957|
|1x16 The Luke O'Malley Story |
Luke O'Malley, fleeing Mexican bandits whom he doublecrossed, joins the wagon train disguised as a minister.
|Jan. 01, 1958|
|1x17 The Jesse Cowan Story |
Civil War vet Jesse Cowan approaches the wagon train seeking vengeance on those he holds responsible for the deaths of his mother and father.
|Jan. 08, 1958|
|1x18 The Gabe Carswell Story |
Scout/trapper Gabe Carswell tries to reconcile with his half-Native American son but it seems as though the lad has developed a hatred for all white men.
|Jan. 15, 1958|
|1x19 The Honorable Don Charlie Story |
During a stopover in the town of Adobe Flats, a local Lothario puts the moves on a female passenger.
|Jan. 22, 1958|
|1x20 The Dora Gray Story |
Flint goes after a gunrunner who happens to be traveling with a woman of notoriety named Dora Gray.
|Jan. 29, 1958|
|1x21 The Annie MacGregor Story |
A group of Scotsmen (and women) traveling with the wagon train cause friction by playing their bagpipes and practicing other customs associated with the old country. Then the clan chief's ...
|Feb. 05, 1958|
|1x22 The Bill Tawnee Story |
It could be mutiny when passengers begin agitating for a new wagon master after Major Adams befriends a Sioux traveling with the train.
|Feb. 12, 1958|
|1x23 The Mark Hanford Story |
A youth who blames his father for the betrayal of his Native American mother plots his revenge.
|Feb. 26, 1958|
|1x24 The Bernal Sierra Story |
Bernal Sierra, a follower of Benito Juarez, joins the train in search of two thieves who stole a cache of gold bound for the Juaristas.
|Mar. 12, 1958|
|1x25 The Marie Dupree Story |
Marie Dupree is a flirtatious young woman who soon has many of the men in the wagon train at each other's throats.
|Mar. 19, 1958|
|1x26 A Man Called Horse |
When Major Adams encounters a white man dressed in Native American clothing and calling himself Horse he gets the man to relate his unusual story.
|Mar. 26, 1958|
|1x27 The Sarah Drummond Story |
Flint gets involved in a bitter feud between neighbors while seeking temporary lodging.
|Apr. 02, 1958|
|1x28 The Sally Potter Story |
A young beauty who joins the train has an immediate impact on the lives of a bitter father and his rebellious son but things seem destined for tragedy.
|Apr. 09, 1958|
|1x29 The Daniel Barrister Story |
When his wife is critically injured in an accident, a passenger refuses to allow any treatment other than prayer.
|Apr. 16, 1958|
|1x30 The Major Adams Story (1) |
After many years, Major Adams is reunited with his first love, Ranie Douglas, when she joins his wagon train heading for Arizona.
|Apr. 23, 1958|
|1x31 The Major Adams Story (2) |
Major Adams tries to rekindle his romance with old flame Ranie Douglas but finds that the lady isn't quite so eager.
|Apr. 30, 1958|
|1x32 The Charles Maury Story |
Adams becomes suspicious of a soldier who's supposedly providing protection for the wagon train from bandits.
|May. 07, 1958|
|1x33 The Dan Hogan Story |
Major Adams finds himself reunited with Dan Hogan, a bareknuckle prizefighter whom he once managed.
|May. 14, 1958|
|1x34 The Ruttledge Munroe Story |
Major Adams takes young Ruttledge Munroe onto the wagon train after learning that Munroe has lost his horse. Ruttledge soon proves his worth by shooting two men attempting to rob the ...
|May. 21, 1958|
|1x35 The Rex Montana Story |
Wild West Show star and reputed hero Rex Montana joins the wagon train and soon gives Flint and Major Adams reason to believe that he's a fraud.
|May. 28, 1958|
|1x36 The Cassie Tanner Story |
A tough, old broad named Cassie Tanner joins the wagon train and soon decides that Major Adams is the man for her.
|Jun. 04, 1958|
|1x37 The John Wilbot Story |
Flint and Major Adams temporarily switch jobs to settle an argument over who works harder. While Adams rides ahead to scout the territory, Flint must contend with a man who insists ...
|Jun. 11, 1958|
|1x38 The Monty Britton Story |
Running short of water in the Nevada desert, the only hope for the train lies with a nearby Army camp but the one man with the train who knows its location refuses to go there for ...
|Jun. 18, 1958|
|1x39 The Sacramento Story |
Several previous passengers return as the wagon train reaches its final destination of Sacramento, California. Meanwhile, Flint accompanies Maxwell and Julie Revere to the ranch which ...
|Jun. 25, 1958|
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Season 1 Characters
Season 1 Videos[none added]
Season 1 Quotes
|Season 1 / Episode 9: - The Charles Avery Story|
Mokai: Why can we not be friends?
Lt. Charles Avery: You want to be friends? All right. We're friends.
Mokai: Your heart does not agree with your lips.
|Season 1 / Episode 10: - The Mary Halstead Story|
Tracey: [to Tom] I'm gonna hang you slow, and I'm gonna leave you dangling there.
Season 1 Trivia
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