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Wagon master James Stephen leads a wagon train of settlers, including his wife and children, across the vast plains. Prominent among the settlers is Doc Grayson, who though not really a doctor provides what medical care he can to the travelers. The wagon train is beset by Pawnees, determined to make off with the horses. A later encounter with presumably friendly Sioux takes a dark turn when the son of the chief appears to be dying, and only Doc Grayson can help. Written by
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Wringle wrangle! It's another ho-hum Disney western
Fess Parker is his usual stolid self leading wagon train to Oregon, crossing paths with bloodthirsty Pawnee tribe. Nice outdoor scenery, some strong scenes of survival and a good supporting cast(including the incomparable Sebastian Cabot and a few Mouseketeers), but it's mostly a formula-bound, banal sagebrush saga. ** from ****
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