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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8
Year: 1957 | 1958 | 1959 | 1960 | 1961 | 1962 | 1963 | 1964 | 1965


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Willy Moran Story

18 September 1957
Willy Moran, a drunk, is hired by a wagon as a driver. He is an army buddy of the Major, but is used as a fall guy by a member of the train who wants to rob it. When the battle starts, Willy uses his army skills to turn the battle.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Ernest Borgnine ... Willy Moran

Marjorie Lord ... Mary Palmer

Andrew Duggan ... Dan Brady

Beverly Washburn ... Susan Palmer
Donald Randolph ... Robinson

Richard Hale ... Andrew Palmer

John Harmon ... Fabor

Michael Winkelman ... Ben Palmer

Kevin Hagen ... Lansing

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Joe McGuinn ... Bartender (as Joseph McGuinn)

Richard Devon ... Saloon Hoodlum
Steven Benson ... Joey (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Joe Phillips ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: The Jean LeBec Story

25 September 1957
The train cannot get supplies after a member kills the son of the man who owns most of St. Joseph in self-defense. He escapes with the help of Flint but when he learns the train is still being denied supplies he returns to face hanging.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Ricardo Montalban ... Jean LeBec

Joanna Moore ... Mary Claiborne (as Joanne Moore)

Grant Withers ... Mark Hammond

William Phipps ... Bill Hammond

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Phil Chambers ... Kennedy
Dick Rich ... Bartender
Hannes Lutz ... Professor
Robert Osterloh ... Pittinger

James Griffith ... Dave Choate

Stuart Randall ... Marshal
David Hoffman ... Storekeeper
Clegg Hoyt ... Blacksmith
Ruby Goodwin ... Granny Sims, Mary Lee's maid

William Challee ... Homeowner

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster
Leonard P. Geer ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Hammond Henchman (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Hammond Henchman (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Billy McCoy ... Hammond Henchman (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The John Cameron Story

2 October 1957
John Cameron, from Philadelphia, heads west with his wife to start a new life. Her flirtatious ways may get the better of her when three trappers come into camp offering fresh buffalo and thinking she might be more available than she is.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Carolyn Jones ... Julie Cameron

Michael Rennie ... John Cameron

Claude Akins ... Rich Tacker

Jack Elam ... Charlie Otis

Francis McDonald ... Trapper (as Francis J. McDonald)
William Boyett ... Frank Tacker
Ron Foster ... Talbot (as Ronald Foster)

Ted Mapes ... Outrider

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Henry Wills ... Paul Tacker
Fred Carson ... Indian (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Charles Horvath ... Indian (uncredited)
Tom McDonough ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ... Mrs. Bert (uncredited)

Joe Ploski ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Dorothy Vernon ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The Ruth Owens Story

9 October 1957
Ruth Owens remarries and is moving west with her new husband. When her brother comes looking for her, he stirs up trouble for her about her past and himself because he just killed a man.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Shelley Winters ... Ruth Owens

Kent Smith ... Prof. Paul Owens

Dean Stockwell ... Jimmy Drew

Russell Simpson ... Mr. Carr

Malcolm Atterbury ... John Bixby

Ralph Moody ... Uncle Foster Carr

Hope Summers ... Wagon Train Member
Ann Morrison ... Wagon Train Member
Charles Seel ... Wagon Train Member

Ross Elliott ... Ralph Carr

Harry Tyler ... Mr. Williams
Emerson Treacy ... George Hankes

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
James Brandt ... James Hankes
Tom Brandt ... Abraham Hankes

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster
K.L. Smith ... Lank Carr

Minerva Urecal ... Mrs. Smith

Elizabeth Harrower ... Wagon Train Member

Lovyss Bradley ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Nora Bush ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Ann Kunde ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Billy McCoy ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Wendy Winkelman ... Sarah (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: The Les Rand Story

16 October 1957
Les Rand, just released from prison for murder, goes back home to kill the man he held responsible; his father, the doctor. Meanwhile, Flint is there to fetch the doctor to help someone injured. Les vows that no one will stand in his way.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Sterling Hayden ... Les Rand
Sally Brophy ... Evie Tarback (as Sallie Brophy)

Eduard Franz ... Dr. Rand

Eugene Mazzola ... Mike Rand (as Eugene Martin)

Ray Teal ... Ray Tarback

Linda Watkins ... Lottie Tarback

John Dierkes ... Tom Olsen

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Russell Thorson ... Warden (as Russ Thorson)

Ted Mapes ... Wagon Train Member
James Philbrook ... Fred Buffum
Shooting Star ... Pawnee Brave

Lovyss Bradley ... Mrs. Olsen (uncredited)

Jerry Brown ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Allen Jaffe ... Indian (uncredited)
Billy McCoy ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: The Nels Stack Story

23 October 1957
A pacifist since the war, Nels Stack stands up to any man prejudiced against another. When his own beliefs are tested in the face of an impending Indian attack against the wagon train, he has to decide who he is going to defend.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Mark Stevens ... Colonel Nels Stack

Joanne Dru ... Laura Collins

Kevin Hagen ... Jeff Claymore

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster
John Daheim ... Corey (as John Day)

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Irene Corlett ... Emily Hawks
Tom Selden ... Cavalry Sergeant

Charles Stevens ... Old Indian

Dale Van Sickel ... Hamilton (as Dave Van Sickle)
Bill Rae ... Indian Warrior
Leonard P. Geer ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Billy McCoy ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: The Emily Rossiter Story

30 October 1957
Emily Rossiter had a young daughter to care for. She met and married someone she felt she could trust. When she found out this was misplaced, getting the daughter away from him and into a better life becomes her main goal.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Mercedes McCambridge ... Emily Rossiter

Susan Oliver ... Judy Rossiter

John Dehner ... Ned Rossiter

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster (credit only)

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Frank DeKova ... True Oak

William Phipps ... Hank Watts
Robert McQueeney ... Si
Irene Corlett ... Emily Hawks
Leonard P. Geer ... Rafe (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: The John Darro Story

6 November 1957
When the train picks up an abandoned drunk on the trail, he exposes John Darro to be the reviled coward John Thurman who abandoned a previous train during a massacre. Darro's young son Tommy is unable to cope with the truth.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Eddie Albert ... John Darro

Margo ... Aline Darro

Edgar Buchanan ... Thaddeus Briscoe
Kim Charney ... Tommy Darro

Don Durant ... Lucas

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Malcolm Atterbury ... John Bixby

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster
Irene Corlett ... Emily Hawks

Norman Leavitt ... Mr. Spartan
Ellen Atterbury ... Mrs. Bixby (as Ellen Hardies)
Jimmie Booth ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: The Charles Avery Story

13 November 1957
Lieutenant Avery has a mission. Deliver a peace treaty and the chief's daughter. But he has a secret vendetta that may jeopardize everyone's hope for peace.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Farley Granger ... Lt. Charles Avery

Susan Kohner ... Mokai

Chuck Connors ... Private John Sumter

Bing Russell ... Private Cullen
Mack Williams ... Major Forbes (as Mac Williams)

Henry Brandon ... Running Horse

Nico Minardos ... Black Cloud

Abel Fernandez ... Second Indian Brave

Eddie Little Sky ... Third Indian Brave (as Eddie Little)

Ted Mapes ... Ted

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster
David Armstrong ... Indian Brave

Friedrich von Ledebur ... Big Bear (as Fredrick Ledebur)

Forest Burns ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Fred Carson ... Indian (uncredited)
Foster Hood ... Indian (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Indian (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: The Mary Halstead Story

20 November 1957
Mary Halstead is in search of a son she gave up a long time ago. With months to live, she comes west on the trail of someone who could be her son, but he may also turn out to be a notorious outlaw.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Agnes Moorehead ... Mary Halstead
Tom Pittman ... Tom 'Tommy' Nichols

Vaughn Taylor ... James Ferguson

Tom Laughlin ... Earl 'Laramie Kid' Halstead

Walter Coy ... Tracey

Gregg Palmer ... Groton

Jack Lambert ... Creegar

Robert Patten ... Kermit
Paul Sorensen ... Marshal Crocker

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster
Craig Duncan ... Peters
Ruth Lee ... Paula Wallace
Fred Coby ... Deputy
Fred Carson ... Posse Member (uncredited)
Frederick Ford ... Outlaw Gang Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Ted Mapes ... Outlaw Gang Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: The Zeke Thomas Story

27 November 1957
The wagon train stops in a newly built town to get water they had always been able to get before for free. Wanting money now, and at a steep price, has the Major upset. Sending Flint also uncovers a wife of a passenger thought dead.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Gary Merrill ... Zeke Thomas

Janice Rule ... Maggie Thomas

K.T. Stevens ... Violet Thomas

Harold J. Stone ... Mayor Tucker (as Harold Stone)

Denver Pyle ... Bragg

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Frances Morris ... Mother (as Francis Morris)
Kathleen O'Malley ... WagonTrain Member
Donald Towers ... Boy
Jack Henderson ... WagonTrain Member
Mike Steen ... Hunting Party Member

Herman Hack ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Tom McDonough ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Hal Needham ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Ted Smile ... Henchman (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: The Riley Gratton Story

4 December 1957
Riley Gratton has always drifted from here to there, a smooth tongue getting him whatever he needed. When he tries to do the same with some folks on the Major's wagon train, what comes next may be the least of his worries.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Guy Madison ... Riley Gratton

Karen Steele ... Sarah Dawson

Jean Carson ... Annie

James Westerfield ... Joe McSorley

Gregory Walcott ... John Dawson

Gregg Palmer ... Paul Dawson

Malcolm Atterbury ... John Bixby
Sammy Ogg ... Sam

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster
Raymond Guth ... Duke

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Juney Ellis ... Woman Screaming In Front of Jail
Dirk Evans ... Willy Gentry

Larry J. Blake ... Otto (as Larry Blake)
Jim Hayward ... Bartender

Ken Lynch
Ellen Atterbury ... Mrs. Bixby (uncredited)
John Barton ... Townsman (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... McSorley Henchman (uncredited)

Joe Phillips ... Townsman (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... McSorley Henchman (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: The Clara Beauchamp Story

11 December 1957
When a new officer and troops kill an Indian brave and the post commander's drunken bored wife insults the Chief, Flint is forced to act as a neutral agent between the Army and Indians and save the wagon train.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Nina Foch ... Clara Beauchamp

Shepperd Strudwick ... Colonel Charles E. Beauchamp
Richard Garland ... Captain Pearson

Mike Ragan ... Soldier
Will J. White ... Soldier

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster
Robert Swan ... Corporal
Irene Windust ... Mrs. Hawks
Ellen Atterbury ... Mrs. Bixby (as Ellen Hardies)
Robert Roark ... Evan - Orderly
John Frederick ... Sergeant (as John Merrick)

Monte Blue ... Chief Thundercloud
Robert Riordan ... Secretary of War

Allen Jaffe ... Indian (uncredited)
Walt La Rue ... Trooper (uncredited)

Kansas Moehring ... Trooper (uncredited)
Ted Smile ... Trooper (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Indian (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: The Julie Gage Story

18 December 1957
A head strong Julie Gage is determined to ride her wagon to California. Losing her pa to fever, many suitors step up to help but she'll have none of it until one comes down with fever himself and she's the only one who will tend to him.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Anne Jeffreys ... Julie Gage

Robert Sterling ... Tobe Cannon

James Komack ... Buck Pierce (as Jimmy Komack)

Don Megowan ... Jess Winn

Esther Dale ... Grandma Birch

Malcolm Atterbury ... Mr. Bixby
Ellen Atterbury ... Mrs. Bixby (as Ellen Hardies)

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster
Irene Windust ... Emily Hawks
Ron Foster ... Mr. Hedson (as Ronald Foster)
Leonard P. Geer ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Whitey Hughes ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Ted Smile ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: The Cliff Grundy Story

25 December 1957
Mortally wounded in a buffalo stampede, Cliff Grundy's friend Flint stays when the wagon train leaves. Manson says he will help but his reasons for staying become clear as Cliff keeps saying he has a goldmine somewhere and he's recovering.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Dan Duryea ... Cliff Grundy

Russell Johnson ... Craig Manson

Don Durant ... Lucas

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Harry Harvey Jr. ... Millard

Fred Graham ... The Bartender

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Whitey Hughes ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: The Luke O'Malley Story

1 January 1958
Luke O'Malley is running from an outlaw who said he would kill him for turning him into the law. Since he won't believe he didn't do it, he takes his two kids and joins Adams' wagon train disguised as a parsons, who doesn't act like one.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Keenan Wynn ... Luke O'Malley

Mary Murphy ... Martha Murphy
Carlos Romero ... Dan Romero
Reba Waters ... Kate O'Malley

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Gordon Wynn ... Marshal
Charlie Murray ... Townsman
James Maloney ... Bartender

Ernest Sarracino ... Harry

David McMahon ... Adrian Murphy

Hope Summers ... Mae O'Malley
Tiger Fafara ... Johnny O'Malley
Andrew Orapeza ... Romero Henchman (as Andy Oropeza)
Richard Bermudez ... Romero Henchman
Jeanne Robbins ... Barmaid

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Fred McDougall ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Romero Henchman (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: The Jesse Cowan Story

8 January 1958
The Cowans and Beals have been feuding a long time. Bob and Jesse return from the war and find their family dead and the Beals have joined a wagon train. Revenging their family is just the start of what Major Adams must now deal with.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

George Montgomery ... Jesse Cowan

Penny Edwards ... Sally Jo Beal

Mort Mills ... Bob Cowan

Lee Van Cleef ... Rufe Beal

Olive Carey ... Dorcas Beal

James Burke ... Ance Beal

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Malcolm Atterbury ... John Bixby
Clarence Straight ... Troy

Norman Leavitt ... Wilk Beal

Jeanne Bates ... Laura Beal
George Ford ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Fox O'Callahan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: The Gabe Carswell Story

15 January 1958
Gabe Carswell wants his son to join the whites because of what he sees coming for the Indians. When his son refuses he takes him to the wagon train heading for California but the Arapaho are getting set to attack.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

James Whitmore ... Gabe Carswell

Scott Marlowe ... Jess 'Little Elk' Carswell
Thomas Browne Henry ... Chief Yellow Bear (as Thomas B. Henry)

Norman Willis ... Mr. Wilkes
Sondra Rodgers ... Mrs. Wilkes

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Voorheis J. Ardoin ... 1st Brave (as Voorhies J. Ardoin)
Tharon Crigler ... Dodie Wilkes

Frank DeKova ... Running Bear (as Frank de Kova)
Richard LaMarr ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: The Honorable Don Charlie Story

22 January 1958
Don Charlie is a gambler and womanizer and makes no excuses for it. When he meets a woman who wants to marry him there may be trouble because the Major promised her uncle that she would make it safely to San Francisco.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Cesar Romero ... Hon Don 'Charlie' Carlos de Fuentes

Virginia Grey ... Tottie Crane
Diane Brewster ... Julie Wharton
Lela Bliss ... Aunt Molly Wharton

Hal Baylor ... Sgt. Muldy
Ray Kellogg ... Frank
Ken Christy ... Storekeeper
Jack Lomas ... Bartender

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster
Jimmie Booth ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Rudy Germane ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Herman Hack ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Ervin Richardson ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: The Dora Gray Story

29 January 1958
Dora Gray has made some poor choices in her life. Just wanting to get to San Francisco, her latest one involves someone who sells army guns to the Indians and Flint finds himself right in the middle of it.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Linda Darnell ... Dora Gray

John Carradine ... Doc Lockridge

Mike Connors ... Lt. Miles Borden (as Michael Connors)

Dan Blocker ... Sgt. Broderick
Tyler McVey ... Colonel
Richard James ... Private

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Sandy Sanders ... Corporal
Craig Duncan ... Second Private
Milan Smith ... Indian Warrior

X Brands ... Little Horse (as X. Brand)

Season 1, Episode 21: The Annie MacGregor Story

5 February 1958
The MacGregor clan decides to come to America and start a new life. The wagon trains going to California have had a hard time dealing with their different customs. Can Major Adams' be any different?

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough
Jeannie Carson ... Annie MacGregor

Richard Long ... Jason Campbell

Tudor Owen ... Angus MacGregor

Kevin Hagen ... Claymore

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Fredd Wayne ... Jamie MacGregor
Chet Stratton ... Hamish MacGregor (as Chester Stratton)
Ike Jones ... Kiowa Indian
Ralph Reed ... Fort Guard
John Barton ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
George Ford ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Walt La Rue ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Charles Sullivan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: The Bill Tawnee Story

12 February 1958
Bill Tawnee served his country heroically. When Major Adams recognizes him on the trail and sees he is unable to wake, he asks his wife to join his wagon train even though there is plenty of anti-Indian sentiment afloat.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Macdonald Carey ... Bill Tawnee

Joy Page ... Lianna Tawnee

Frank Cady ... George Barry
Edith Evanson ... Mrs. Kirk

Dee Pollock ... Steve Barry
Henry Rowland ... Jeb Corry

Morgan Woodward ... Ben Lafferty

John Mitchum ... Norden

William Fawcett ... Tucker

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Malcolm Atterbury ... John Bixby

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Walt La Rue ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Edward Rickard ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Pete Jenkins (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: The Mark Hanford Story

26 February 1958
Jack Hanford built his wealth to give his son. He turns it all down to honor his Cheyenne heritage when his mother dies. To make matters worse in his son's eyes, he had sent for a woman he briefly met to replace her even before she died.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Tom Tryon ... Mark Hanford

Kathleen Crowley ... Ann Jamison

Onslow Stevens ... Jack Hanford

Paul Fix ... Jake
Steven Ritch ... Running Bear

I. Stanford Jolley ... Martin
Perry Ivins ... Lawyer
Susan White ... Melissa

Charles Stevens ... Medicine Man

Frances Morris ... Mother

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Milan Smith ... Indian (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Hanford Man (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: The Bernal Sierra Story

12 March 1958
Revolutionary Bernal Sierra joins the train finding the wife of his dead friend married to Casey Reardon who sold guns to the Mexican revolutionaries. Bernal is suspicious of Casey, his brothers, and Perdita over missing gold.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Gilbert Roland ... Bernal Sierra
Charlita ... Perdita Reardon (as Charlita Regis)

Louis Jean Heydt ... Casey Reardon
James Dobson ... Art Reardon

Lane Bradford ... Hughie Reardon

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Dorothy Adams ... Lorrie Smith

Don Beddoe ... Dr. Morrow
Gil Frye ... Mexican Soldier (as Gilbert Frye)
Leonard P. Geer ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: The Marie Dupree Story

19 March 1958
A beautiful woman riding with the train likes flirting. When she gets mixed up with the wrong man, she strings along a boy on the train in order to make him jealous, playing one man's love against another's.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Debra Paget ... Marie Dupree

Nick Adams ... Antonio 'Tonio' Gigli

Robert Lowery ... Wiley Howard
Nicky Blair ... Julio Caserti
Grazia Narciso ... Mama Caserti

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Raymond Greenleaf ... Nathan Dupree
Sam McDaniel ... Skipio

Dorothy Provine ... Susie

Terry Frost ... Wagon Train Member
Bob Evans ... Wagon Train Member

Frank Sully ... Pietro Vandero

Hank Patterson ... Wagon Train Member
Earl Hansen ... Wagon Train Member (as Earl H. Hansen)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: A Man Called Horse

26 March 1958
Horse, a name he comes to be called, is searching for himself. Since he doesn't feel that he found it in Boston, where he grew up, he tries out west, under the watchful eye of a small tribe of Crow.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Ralph Meeker ... Horse

Joan Taylor ... Bright Star

Michael Pate ... Yellow Robe

Celia Lovsky ... Old Mother
Anthony Numkena ... Little Hunter (as Anthony E. Numkena)
Jorie Wyler ... Rising Sun
Jacqueline Mayo ... Lucinda Lorimer
Owen Cunningham ... Mr. Lorimer
Edgar Dearing ... Storekeeper
Bill Hale ... 1st Cowboy
William Riggs ... Crow Brave

Bernie Gozier ... Sioux Brave

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks (credit only)
Beulah Archuletta ... Crow Squaw (as Beulah D. Archuletta)

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Allen Jaffe ... Indian (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 27: The Sarah Drummond Story

2 April 1958
During a storm, Flint takes shelter at a farmhouse. He soon discovers the husband is refusing his wife the care of a midwife and before it's too late for her he needs to find out why.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

June Lockhart ... Sarah Drummond

Gene Evans ... Jeb Drummond

William Talman ... Walt Archer
Lorna Thayer ... Ethel Archer

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks (credit only)
Grayce Mills ... Mother Archer (as Grace Mills)
Debby Hengen ... Molly Archer

Claudia Drake ... Red Hawk's Squaw

Season 1, Episode 28: The Sally Potter Story

9 April 1958
Sally Potter hitches a ride on the wagon train but being pretty helps and hurts her. Someone she knew catches up to the train and wants to remind her of who she is and where she came from, possibly ruining what she wants for her future.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Vanessa Brown ... Sally Potter

Lyle Bettger ... Joe Trumbell

Martin Milner ... Matt Trumbell

Brad Dexter ... Cliff Billings

Jocelyn Brando ... Millie Bennett

King Donovan ... Henry Bennett

Johnny Crawford ... Jimmy Bennett

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Larry Thor ... Sgt. Hood

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 29: The Daniel Barrister Story

16 April 1958
Faith is tested when a man's wife is injured and he refuses medical aid. When Flint rides to the nearest town to get a doctor, he finds they have their own problems: a smallpox epidemic.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Charles Bickford ... Daniel Barrister

Roger Smith ... Dr. Peter H. Culver
Peg Hillias ... Jenny Barrister

Allan Lane ... Mr. Sam Miller
Kay Cousins Johnson ... Mrs. Miller (as Kay Cousins)
Sarah Selby ... Mrs, Mary Snyder

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Arthur Space ... Jim - Guard
Anthony Lawrence ... Man
John Barton ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 30: The Major Adams Story: Part 1

23 April 1958
During the Civil War Charlie Wooster joins Bill Hawks under the command of Major Seth Adams. When Adams is seriously wounded saving Hawks's life he must struggle to survive, while dreaming of the girl he left behind.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Virginia Grey ... Ranie Webster

Douglas Kennedy ... Col. Hillary

Herbert Lytton ... Dr. Jenner (as Herbert C. Lytton)
Rankin Mansfield ... Stage Depot Manager
Ted O'Shea ... Drunk

Robert Anderson ... Stanton (as Bob Anderson)

Sandy Sanders ... Olsen

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Rama Bai ... Servant (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Trooper (uncredited)
Walt La Rue ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 31: The Major Adams Story: Part 2

30 April 1958
Years after the Civil War, Major Adams gets a second chance with his lost love Ranie, who had married in his absence. But happiness doesn't always come easy, as a sinister rival and a dark secret attest.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Virginia Grey ... Ranie Webster

Douglas Kennedy ... Col. Hillary
Ben Morris ... Walt Bradley
Kay Stewart ... Mary Bradley
Craig Duncan ... Thompson

Renny McEvoy ... Clerk

Bob Bryant ... Soldier

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Irene Windust ... Emily Hawks
Nora Bush ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Walt La Rue ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 32: The Charles Maury Story

7 May 1958
Disguised as Yank soldiers, a band of confederate marauders blend into the wagon train, planning on robbing everyone. They are at first stopped but a member of the train helps the man in charge when she discovers the truth to his identity.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Wanda Hendrix ... Juliette Creston

Charles Drake ... Captain Charles Elliot Maury

Frieda Inescort ... Antoinette Creston

Steve Rowland ... Tom Rainey

House Peters Jr. ... Matt Goslett

George Keymas ... Luke Goslett
Suzette Harbin ... Lu-Sam

Orville Sherman ... Prisoner

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Season 1, Episode 33: The Dan Hogan Story

14 May 1958
In a growing town, Seth meets a friend from his distant past. He remembers how they met and the circumstances bringing them west. When his friend's home is threatened, not ever wearing a gun surprisingly helps him rather than the reverse.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Jock Mahoney ... Dan Hogan

John Larch ... Jason Rance

Rachel Ames ... Mary Hogan (as Judith Ames)

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Richard H. Cutting ... Marshal Ed Manyon (as Dick Cutting)

Nestor Paiva ... George (as Nestor Pavia)
Simon Scott ... Cliff Shields

Robert Karnes ... Luke
Tom Greenway ... Dr. Quade

Buddy Baer ... The Tinsmith
John Frederick ... Frank Quinn (as John Merrick)
Dana Dillaway ... Jenny Hogan

Tim Graham ... Ed
Nora Bush ... Townswoman (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Barfly (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Townsman (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ... Townswoman (uncredited)
Paul Ravel ... Boxing Match Spectator (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 34: The Ruttledge Munroe Story

21 May 1958
Ruttledge Munroe joins the wagon train on the trail. It's noticed right off his odd sense of humor but when he saves the major's life, it is forgotten until he kills someone else and the real reason he joined up is revealed.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

John Drew Barrymore ... Ruttledge Munroe

Mala Powers ... Ruth Hadley

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Jack Grinnage ... Guard - Warren Mitchell

William Tannen ... Masters
Tom Monroe ... Henshaw
George Eldredge ... Mr. Mitchell
Helen Brown ... Mrs. Mitchell

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Man (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 35: The Rex Montana Story

28 May 1958
On one final push to the west, a wild west showman runs into some old friends. Some that were part of a massacre that almost cost them their lives and one man his sanity.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

James Dunn ... Clyde Winslow

Forrest Tucker ... Rex Montana

Kristine Miller ... Milly Clark

Peter Whitney ... Rodney Miller
Margaret Field ... Loetha (as Maggie Mahoney)
Joseph Vitale ... Chenwakee

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Tom Nolan ... Timmy Clark (as Butch Bernard)

Myron Healey ... Bill Miller
Frank J. Scannell ... Griff (as Frank Scannell)
Ralph Reed ... Cornwall

Rodd Redwing ... Tahzan
Norma DeHaan ... Mrs. Cornwall
Walt La Rue ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Mr. Johnson (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 36: The Cassie Tanner Story

4 June 1958
Trail hardened Cassie Tanner joins the train, and sets her eye on Major Adams. But the train desperately needs horses, and she may be the only one who can make the dangerous journey to buy them.

Season 1, Episode 37: The John Wilbot Story

11 June 1958
Tensions are running high in the train between northerners and southerners traveling west. As trouble escalates one passenger with a noticeable limp, John Wilbot, is accused of being John Wilkes Booth, who many believe is still alive.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Dane Clark ... John Wilbot

Robert Vaughn ... Roy Pelham

Audrey Dalton ... Harriet Field
Tyler McVey ... Thaddeus Field
Virginia Aldridge ... Amy Broxton
Tharon Crigler ... Blanche Broxton

Roy Engel ... Broxton

Orville Sherman ... Arthur Pelham

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Fred Carson ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Rudy Doucette ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Tom London ... Man Holding Booth's Horse (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 38: The Monty Britton Story

18 June 1958
Low on water, Flint scouts for more. When three water holes are dry or poisoned, Fort Paiute seems their only hope but he has to make it back to the wagon train on foot and the only other man who knows the way is believed to be a deserter.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Mona Freeman ... Betty Britton

Ray Danton ... Monty Britton

John Hoyt ... Rev. Sumpter

Claude Akins ... Garth Redmond

Walter Woolf King ... Major Clinton
Stacy Keach Sr. ... Mr. Cowan (as Stacy Keach)

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Season 1, Episode 39: The Sacramento Story

25 June 1958
At the end of a long journey, lives were lost. Some made it with their dreams intact. Flint tries to help one of the passengers with theirs and almost bites off too much. Politics are involved as well as unsolicited trips to the Far East.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Linda Darnell ... Dora Gray Fogelberry

Marjorie Main ... Cassie Tanner

Dan Duryea ... Cliff Grundy

Margaret O'Brien ... Julie Revere

Reed Hadley ... Mort Galvin

George Chandler ... Cleveland 'Clee' McMasters

Harvey Stephens ... Maxwell Revere

Roscoe Ates ... Old Timer
Robert Keys ... First Thug
Betty Utey ... Saloon Girl (as Betty Uttey)

Pete Dunn ... Second Thug

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster
Walter Bacon ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Seaman (uncredited)
Herschel Graham ... Townsman (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Townsman (uncredited)
Richard LaMarr ... Waiter (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ... Townswoman (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Around the Horn

1 October 1958
Planning to sail to Boston, the Major, Hawks and Charlie are instead shanghaied to New Orleans where they meet a Captain who has different ideas on raising his child and running a ship.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

William Bendix ... Capt. Matthew Cobb

Ernest Borgnine ... Willy Moran

Osa Massen ... Minnie

Marc Lawrence ... First Mate Ferris

Sandy Descher ... Patricia 'Pat' Cobb

Patrick Westwood ... Marks

Angela Greene ... Belle
Harold Fong ... Wong (as Harold G. Fong)

William Keene ... Alfie (as Wm. Keene)

Gil Perkins ... Freddy
Ethel Shutta ... Woman

Frank Hagney ... Jail Prisoner (as Frank S. Hagney)
Hal John Norman ... Indian Chief (as Hal Jon Norman)
Robert Cherry ... Deckhand

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Chick Hannan ... Bartender (uncredited)
Robert Wegner ... Deckhand (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: The Juan Ortega Story

8 October 1958
Juan awakens to the sound of three men hanging his beloved father. Joining the wagon train, he comes across one of the three, tortured by Indians. He nurses him back to health but only under the guise of looking for the other two killers.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Dean Stockwell ... Juan Ortega

Robert F. Simon ... Jay Thorton
Robert Osterloh ... Ransome Jarvis

Lillian Bronson ... Alicia Thorton

Paul Langton ... Father Martin
Vic Perrin ... Tuck Edwards

Larry J. Blake ... Booley Herbert (as Larry Blake)

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster
Leonard P. Geer ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: The Jennifer Churchill Story

15 October 1958
Jennifer Churchill, pampered all her life, runs away from a smothering lifestyle and pending marriage, and joins the wagon train. With bounty hunters on her heels, she finds Flint, a man who she wants but doesn't want her.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams (credit only)

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Rhonda Fleming ... Jennifer Churchill

Andy Clyde ... Fred

Eddy Waller ... Ned
Paul Maxey ... Mr. Richard Churchill

Mauritz Hugo ... Frankie Palmer

Henry Corden ... Tex Hall
Ed Hinton ... Sheriff

William Bakewell ... Mr. Mulenbach

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster
Leonard P. Geer ... Barfly (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Richard LaMarr ... Barfly (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: The Tobias Jones Story

22 October 1958
Major Adams allows two stowaways, Tobias Jones and his young friend Midge, to stay with the train. But Tobias is in trouble due to his drinking, and things get worse when he's accused of murder.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Lou Costello ... Tobias Jones

Harry von Zell ... Nathaniel Ferguson (as Harry Von Zell)

Beverly Washburn ... Midge

June Clayworth ... Martha Folsom

Peter Breck ... Alf Meadows

Morris Ankrum ... Michael Folsom (as Morri Ankrum)

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
John Barton ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Steven Benson ... Kid (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Rod McGaughy ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: The Liam Fitzmorgan Story

28 October 1958
Liam Fitzmorgan has come from Ireland on a mission to kill an informer he believes is traveling with the train. However, his mission is complicated when he falls in love with his target's daughter.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams (credit only)

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Cliff Robertson ... Liam Fitzmorgan

Audrey Dalton ... Laura Grady

Rhys Williams ... James Grady
David Leland ... Michael McDermott
Terence de Marney ... Ethan Carney (as Terence De Marney)
Sean Meany ... Jamie Reagan
Michael Rye ... Hanlon
Reggie Dvorak ... Lookout

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Sid (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: The Doctor Willoughby Story

5 November 1958
Concerned by one of the passengers on the wagon train, a woman doctor tries to help even though she's hampered further by everyone else who shuns her. Meantime an Indian chief needs doctoring and they don't believe in female medicine men.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Jane Wyman ... Dr. Carol Ames Willoughby

Alan Marshal ... Bart Grover (as Alan Marshall)

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Orville Sherman ... Hank Simmons
Tony Rock ... Wounded Man
Ethel Shutta ... Mrs. Parker

Dick Wilson ... Bartender

Bobby Barber ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Forest Burns ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: The Bije Wilcox Story

19 November 1958
After advertising to look for his brother Charles and offering a $5,000 reward, a member of the wagon train gets a response from someone who walks through an Indian party that's pinning them all down. What he finds is not what he expected.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Chill Wills ... Bije Wilcox

Onslow Stevens ... Francis Mason
Lawrence Dobkin ... Medicine Mark

Abraham Sofaer ... Bull Man

Chuck Roberson ... Captain Thorp
Richard Evans ... 1st Son

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
John Barton ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Indian (uncredited)

Allen Jaffe ... Indian (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ... Mrs. O'Malley (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: The Millie Davis Story

26 November 1958
Millie Davis reluctantly takes in an orphaned baby girl. Eight years later the girl's grandmother arrives to retrieve her. But Millie doesn't want to give up the child, so she claims that she and Flint are the parents.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams (credit only)

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Evelyn Rudie ... Penny Davis

Nancy Gates ... Millie Davis

Whit Bissell ... Albert Sykes

Eleanor Audley ... Mrs. Winston

Irving Bacon ... Pete Bailey

Chubby Johnson ... Judd
Harry Hines ... Hank
Amzie Strickland ... Martha

James Coburn ... Ike Daggett
Leonard P. Geer ... Miner (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Miner (uncredited)

Joe Ploski ... Miner (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: The Sakae Ito Story

3 December 1958
The major comes upon two Japanese men, attacked by Indians and heading towards California. He learns one of the men plans on committing hara kiri while others on the train have designs on a black box they suspect may contain precious gems.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Sessue Hayakawa ... Sakae Ito

James Griffith ... Sailor Blaine

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Jack Lambert ... Tom Revere
Henry Rowland ... Blaine's stooge

Dennis Moore ... Burt Rake
Steven Ritch ... Chief Sharp Knife
Robert Kino ... Matsu

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Foster Hood ... Indian (uncredited)

Allen Jaffe ... Indian (uncredited)
Fox O'Callahan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Jack Perry ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

John Roy ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Charles Soldani ... Indian (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: The Tent City Story

10 December 1958
When a member of the train is placed in chains after breaking Indian law by killing a buffalo, Major Adams quarrels with Flint who quits and takes a job at nearby Tent City. But White Eagle discovers the dead buffalo and demands justice.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Audrey Totter ... Goldie

Wayne Morris ... Will Hardisty

Slim Pickens ... Rafe Jeffers

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Dennis McCarthy ... Clyde Burns
Yvonne White ... Mrs. Viola Burns
Juney Ellis ... Sally Jo Jeffers

Peter Coe ... White Eagle

William Henry ... Joe Conway (as Bill Henry)
Earl Hansen ... Bartender

Carol Henry ... Vic Traynor
Ralph Brooks ... Townsman (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Herschel Graham ... Croupier (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Barfly (uncredited)

Eddie Little Sky ... Indian Scout (uncredited)

Rod McGaughy ... Hardisty Man (uncredited)
Chick Sheridan ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: The Beauty Jamison Story

17 December 1958
Flint, at a grave, sees a man stabbed in the back with a note saying Deliver to Beauty Jamison. As that is the daughter of the man interred he pays a visit and sees a woman trying to continue a legacy with the locals trying to break her.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams (credit only)

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Virginia Mayo ... Beauty Jamison

Russell Johnson ... Steve Marshall

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Ken Mayer ... Jud Bascombe
Frank Gerstle ... Chris Grimes

Phil Chambers ... Luke Carter

William Tannen ... Ralph Jessup
May Lee ... Sue Lin
Tom Monroe ... Rancher

Pete Dunn ... Rancher

Jim Bannon ... Rancher
Leonard P. Geer ... Ed Stricker (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Cowhand (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: The Mary Ellen Thomas Story

24 December 1958
Mary Ellen is an orphan traveling west to join family, but members of the train reject her due to her surly disposition. Her only friend is Sally Mayhew, another girl traveling west with her family dying of consumption.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Patty McCormack ... Mary Ellen Thomas
Jenny Hecht ... Sally Mayhew

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Claudia Bryar ... Mrs. Mayhew

Richard H. Cutting ... Ben Mayhew (as Dick Cutting)
Vernon Rich ... Jenkins

Barbara Pepper ... Mrs. Maybelle Gifford

Ken Osmond ... Tommy Jenkins
Clifford Botelho ... Indian Boy

Mario Gallo ... Chief Red Cloud
Ollie O'Toole ... Stacy Gifford (as Ollie O'Tolle)

Bill Clark ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Al Haskell ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: The Dick Richardson Story

31 December 1958
When the wagon horses start to die of a disease, Adams is forced to send two men who are feuding to buy new horses with his emergency money. One of the men's horse returns without him making Adams wonder if he made a mistake.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

John Ericson ... Dick Richardson

Betty Lynn ... Molly Richardson

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Lyle Talbot ... Ken Milford

Aline Towne ... Laura Milford
Dennis Holmes ... Dan Milford

Dan White ... Joe Lassiter (as Daniel White)
Jack Lomas ... Sheriff

Jeanne Bates ... Erna Logan
Ethel Shutta ... Mrs. Parker

Dee Cooper ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Hood (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Rod McGaughy ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: The Kitty Angel Story

7 January 1959
Kitty Angel finds herself not welcome on the wagon train due to her past. When Flint returns to the train toting a sick Indian baby, she has everyone's prejudices to deal with as well as this life threatening illness.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Anne Baxter ... Kitty Angel

Henry Hull ... Obediah Finch

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Vivi Janiss ... Cassie Holden

Kathleen Freeman ... Sairy Hogg
David Leland ... Sam Hogg
Ben Morris ... Ben Holden
Ethel Shutta ... Mrs. Parker
Steve Warren ... Slim

Abel Fernandez ... Indian Brave

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: The Flint McCullough Story

14 January 1959
Flint, in love with a Mormon girl he can't marry, joins the confederate army. When he finds out that he won't be joining any battles and what their real purpose is, it may be too late for him and the girl he loves.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams (credit only)

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Everett Sloane ... Colonel Jason 'Jase' Taylor

Charles Cooper ... Lieutenant Quincy Abbott
Rebecca Welles ... Jean Yates
Theodore Newton ... Jim Bridger

Milton Frome ... Tom Yates
Logan Field ... Sergeant Hayes
Buzz Martin ... Hibbs
Joel Ashley ... Captain
Sterling Franck ... Private Thorpe (as Cain Mason)
Nancy Evans ... Martha Yates
Ralph Reed ... Young boy at Fort

Forest Burns ... Sentry (uncredited)
Cecil Combs ... Soldier (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Soldier (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Soldier (uncredited)

Rod McGaughy ... Soldier (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: The Hunter Malloy Story

21 January 1959
Hunter Malloy and partner get jobs as drivers on the wagon train to rob their boss. Striking gold instead while stopping to repair their wagons, the fever is high as some stop to strike it rich and uncover more than just a few nuggets.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Lloyd Nolan ... Hunter Malloy

Luana Patten ... Natalie Garner

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Troy Donahue ... Ted Garner
Terence de Marney ... Whitey Burke
Theodore Newton ... Darly Grant

John Dierkes ... Jack Montgomery
Joe Abdullah ... Radford (as Joseph Abdullah)

Bill Erwin ... Clegg

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: The Ben Courtney Story

28 January 1959
The sheriff of Bitter Springs feels he has lots of reasons to hate. When settlers from the south want to live there, he tries to take a black child he says they are just using for free labor but his reasons go much deeper than that.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams (credit only)

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Stephen McNally ... Sheriff Ben Courtney

John Larch ... John Ramsey
Phillip Pine ... Marty Crane
Darryl Glenn ... Daniel
Roger Mobley ... Michael

Rachel Ames ... Nora Courtney (as Judith Ames)
Kay Stewart ... Leona Ramsey

Richard Hale ... Reverend Butler

Arthur Space ... Mayor Storey
Tom McKee ... Vinson

Rand Brooks ... Thomas Pope

Chick Hannan ... Townsman (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ... Townswoman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: The Ella Lindstrom Story

4 February 1959
Ella Lindstrom loses her husband on the wagon train ride west from Boston. With her seven children she decides to stay the course against the wishes of Major Adams. It gets more complicated when she thinks she is expecting number eight.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Bette Davis ... Ella Lindstrom

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Cynthia Chenault ... Inga Lindstrom (as Cindy Robbins)

Robert Fuller ... James Fitzpatrick

Alex Gerry ... Dr. Vincent Monroe

Norman Leavitt ... Sam - Bartender
Harold Daye ... Stig Lindstrom (as Harold T. Daye)
Terry Burnham ... Marguerite Lindstrom
Bobby Buntrock ... Bo Lindstrom (uncredited)

Herman Hack ... Gambler (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Susan Henning ... Britt Lindstrom (uncredited)
Terry Kelman ... Lennart Lindstrom (uncredited)
Jamie Matt ... Margit Lindstrom (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: The Last Man

11 February 1959
Scouting for a better pass, Flint finds a mountain man, hungry and half out of his mind. With no memory, his strange behavior may endanger the entire wagon train especially when everyone feels they know who he is.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Dan Duryea ... Survivor (William Capehart)

Judi Meredith ... Ellen Emerson

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Damian O'Flynn ... Mr. Emerson

Wilton Graff ... Mr. Wentworth
Marx Hartman ... Mr. Harris
Jimmie Booth ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Dee Cooper ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Mr. Kenny (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Cherokee Landrum ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Valerie Mitchell ... Mrs. Mary Kenny (uncredited)
Fox O'Callahan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Lucile Sewall ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: The Old Man Charvanaugh Story

18 February 1959
Flint escorts a wagon, leaving the train, to their new home. When they meet an old man with a wagon load of uncured buffalo skins he's trying to sell, they invite him along as he appears friendly enough. But Flint feels he's too friendly.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

J. Carrol Naish ... Old Man Charvanaugh

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Dorothy Green ... Helen Lerner

Bernadette Withers ... Sybil Lerner
Ricky Klein ... Duane Lerner

L.Q. Jones ... Squirrel Charvanaugh

Mickey Finn ... Sump Charvanaugh
Jeff Daley ... Tucknis Charvanaugh
Quintin Sondergaard ... Josh Charvanaugh

Kelly Thordsen ... Mr.
Fern Barry ... Mrs.

Bill Clark ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Whitey Hughes ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: The Annie Griffith Story

25 February 1959
Flint, seeking safe passage through the mountains, is shot and losing consciousness is dragged to a cabin. Nursed back to health, his savior finds the man who shot him was her husband and Flint had to kill him or be killed.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Jan Sterling ... Annie Griffith

John Dehner ... Cleve Colter

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Clem Bevans ... Pop

Robert Anderson ... Blade Griffith (as Bob Anderson)
Michael Bachus ... Mert Gunner

Forest Burns ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: The Jasper Cato Story

4 March 1959
Wanting a safe escort through Indian country, a stranger rides upon the wagon train. Telling the major his reasons for being there, the truth is soon uncovered and it causes two men to come to change their lifelong habits.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Brian Donlevy ... Jasper Cato

Allen Case ... Jim Collins

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Peggy Webber ... Millie Collins

Emile Meyer ... Capt. John Pederson
Fred Sherman ... Judge

David McMahon ... Special Patrol Officer
Michael Hinn ... Townsman Leading Protest Against Jasper Cato

Fred Aldrich ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Townsman (uncredited)

Herman Hack ... Townsman (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Townsman (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ... Townswoman (uncredited)
Charles Sullivan ... Dock Worker (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: The Vivian Carter Story

11 March 1959
Getting set to leave the wagon train, Vivian Carter finds out a friend she knows from the train hoped for more than that. Heading to a new life and her first marriage, she's given some options and even at her age has its surprises.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Phyllis Thaxter ... Vivian Carter

Patric Knowles ... Bert Johnson

Lorne Greene ... Christopher Webb

Mari Aldon ... Freda Johnson

Jane Darwell ... Mrs. Anderson

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ... Townswoman (uncredited)
Harry Raven ... Harry (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: The Conchita Vasquez Story

18 March 1959
Suspecting a hurt girl he finds on the trail is part of a group of bandits, Flint cautiously helps her but soon learns she is all he suspects until her guardian is killed and Flint becomes her only protection.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Anna Maria Alberghetti ... Conchita Vasquez

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Carlos Romero ... Carlos Soldareo
Joyce Meadows ... Martha Williams
William Lundmark ... Reverend Dan Jaeger

John Goddard ... Wes Arthur
Alan Reynolds ... Simon Williams

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: The Sister Rita Story

25 March 1959
Leaving the safety of their village, a group of nuns set out to help those Indians in need at a mission. Now Flint must try to help them fight some Ute Indians who don't seem to know the nuns are just there to help them.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Vera Miles ... Sister Rita

Frances Bavier ... Sister Joseph
Sylvia Marriott ... Sister Monica
Lalo Rios ... Juan

Frank DeKova ... Obuki (as Frank de Kova)

Robert Bice ... Chief Rico (as Bob Bice)
Joe Dominguez ... Old Indian

Abel Fernandez ... Tonino (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: The Matthew Lowry Story

1 April 1959
Matthew Lowry seems timid to everyone especially a bully on the wagon train. Riding upon some cholera sick wagons in a pass, they find out who he really is and why he has been acting this way.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Cathleen Nesbitt ... Rebecca Pruitt

Richard Anderson ... Matthew Lowry

Dorothy Provine ... Marian Pruitt
Jacqueline Holt ... Deborah Parkman

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

John Pickard ... Jed Otis
Ronald Anton ... Benjy Lowry
Ewing Mitchell ... Wagon Train Member
Stewart Nedd ... Worried Train Member (as Stuart Nedd)

Pat Brady ... Blane Gunderson

Dee Cooper ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Lloyd Ford ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 27: The Swift Cloud Story

8 April 1959
During an Indian attack on the wagon train, Major Adams spares the life of Swift Cloud, crippled son of the Indian Chief. Adams is shocked to learn that Swift Cloud's condition is the result of a vicious attack by a half-breed. The chief sends his son with the wagon train to go see a city doctor who might be able to cure him.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Rafael Campos ... Swift Cloud

Richard Arlen ... Lewis

Alan Baxter ... Jeb Harcourt

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Johnny Washbrook ... Tommy Peeks

Henry Brandon ... Fire Cloud
Lee Papell ... Edouard Cadol

Otto Waldis ... Amos Peeks

Edmund Hashim ... Wamsutta

Bobby Barber ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Foster Hood ... Indian (uncredited)

Allen Jaffe ... Indian (uncredited)

Rod McGaughy ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Charles Soldani ... Indian (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 28: The Vincent Eaglewood Story

15 April 1959
An educated man from the East tags alongside the wagon train. When he offers to teach school to pay his passage, all goes well until he is kicked off the train and the kids go looking for him - and they are near an Indian camp.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Wally Cox ... Vincent Eaglewood

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Gail Kobe ... Erika Hennepin

Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams ... Calvin Bryngelson (as Guinn Williams)
Robert Eyer ... Elwood Hennepin
Read Morgan ... Ben Denike

James Bell ... Mr. Hennepin
Mary Gregory ... Mrs. Benadarsi (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Felix Locher ... Zona (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
William Riggs ... Ket-Tam (uncredited)
Karen Sue Trent ... Oma Jean (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 29: The Clara Duncan Story

22 April 1959
Clara Duncan joins the train in a search for her artist fiance. But finding him could lead to trouble, as one of his missing paintings depicting a heinous crime may implicate some of the locals.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Angie Dickinson ... Clara Duncan

William Reynolds ... Roger Garrett

Eduardo Ciannelli ... Clyrio Soriano

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Myron Healey ... Steve Wilson

Rusty Lane ... Ron Waldron

Robert Clarke ... Claude Soriano

Robert Easton ... Slim

Roscoe Ates ... Joe - Bartender (uncredited)
Jimmie Booth ... Townsman (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Townsman (uncredited)

Charles Horvath ... Pedro (uncredited)
Harry Raven ... Townsman (uncredited)
Felipe Turich ... Mr. Canellis (uncredited)
Rosa Turich ... Mrs. Canellis (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 30: The Duke Le May Story

29 April 1959
Duke Le May, an escaped convict, joins the wagon train under an assumed name. When a deputy shows up to arrest him and is killed, Flint is asked to escort him to the nearest fort for trial but he does all he can to prolong that journey.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Cameron Mitchell ... Duke Le May

Joan Evans ... Sarah Sinclair

Edward Platt ... Matthew Sinclair

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Terry Kelman ... Davey Sinclair
Paul Sorensen ... Deputy Bart Williams

Frank Baker ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 31: The Kate Parker Story

6 May 1959
The wagon train pushes ahead when one of the passengers has an accident. With only a wagon between two couples, one person decides to leave with money including some gold coins. They have an accident and the storm's only getting worse.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Virginia Grey ... Kate Parker

Warren Stevens ... Jonas Parker

Royal Dano ... Boone Caulder

Robert Fuller ... Chris Finley

Ruta Lee ... Evvie Finley

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 32: The Steve Campden Story

13 May 1959
Flint must find a way to get the wagon train around a snow covered pass. On a scouting trek, he meets a father and son who are willing to help him but they want to hike up the mountain. The adventure ahead has surprises for them all.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Ben Cooper ... Steve Campden II

Torin Thatcher ... Lord Steve Campden

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 33: Chuck Wooster, Wagonmaster

20 May 1959
When a big snow halts the train, several of the men disappear mysteriously with no trace of them to be found. After Flint, Major Adams, and Hawks go missing, it's up to Chuck Wooster to lead the train to safety.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Douglas Kennedy ... John Loring

Harry Carey Jr. ... Wilkins
Jean Inness ... Sarah Duncan
Cecil Combs ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Walt La Rue ... Gang Member (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Gang Member (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 34: The Jose Maria Moran Story

27 May 1959
The Major and party find a Pawnee Indian strung up and left to die. Back at the wagon train they find he is not who he appears to be. The mystery deepens as the Shoshonees, who hung him there, are still after him and getting closer.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Robert Loggia ... Jose Maria Moran

Audrey Dalton ... Mary Naughton

Anthony Caruso ... Don Luis Salazar

Tom Laughlin ... Jocko Naughton

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Tudor Owen ... Tim Naughton

Dabbs Greer ... Tanner

Abel Fernandez ... Shoshone Leader
Cecil Combs ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Lloyd Ford ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 35: The Andrew Hale Story

3 June 1959
The Major finds an old man in the desert and takes him to the wagon train. He doesn't remember his name but when he's recognized by one of the other passengers, he remembers not just his name but the faith he thought he lost as well.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

John McIntire ... Cain Transfuga / Andrew Hale

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

James Best ... Garth English

Jane Darwell ... Mrs. Anderson

Clu Gulager ... Elliott Garrison
Fintan Meyler ... Marilee Hamplar

Louise Fletcher ... Martha English

Jack Buetel ... Joe Hamplar (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Ford Raymond ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 36: The Rodney Lawrence Story

10 June 1959
After his parents are killed by whites, a boy is raised by a lone Indian. Years later when the wagon train stops nearby, the Indian tells the young man to join his people. But his previous experience and with the train make him hesitate.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Dean Stockwell ... Rodney Lawrence

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Frank DeKova ... Ocheo (as Frank de Kova)
Cynthia Chenault ... Mandy McCrea (as Cindy Robbins)

Theodore Marcuse ... Keller

John Milford ... Pete Galt

Russ Conway ... Mr. McCrea
Roger Mobley ... Young Rodney

Morgan Jones ... Jason Elliott
Diana Barth ... Mary Elliott
Cecil Combs ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Mr. Buckley (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 37: The Steele Family Story

17 June 1959
Nearing the end of their trip, a mother with four beautiful daughters, all of marrying age and a wagon train full of men who are either the same or wanting to be and the Major is not off limits either.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Lee Patrick ... Mrs. Elliot Swinbourne Steele

Lori Nelson ... Charity Steele

Diane Jergens ... Prudence Steele
Barbara Eiler ... Faith Steele

Penny Edwards ... Hope Steele

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Dan Tobin ... Mr. Bill Dashwood

Claude Jarman Jr. ... Jeremiah Collingwood (as Claude Jarman)

John Baer ... Clay Willis
John Brinkley ... Young Lieutenant
Lloyd Ford ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Shep Houghton ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Norman Stevans ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 38: The Jenny Tannen Story

24 June 1959
A young girl is injured while on the way to San Fransico to find her famous mother who abandoned her as a baby. The crew helps her with her pending blindness and find her mother who has her own problem unknown to her daughter.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Ann Blyth ... Jenny / Phoebe Tannen

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Chuck Henderson ... John Barclay

Ian Wolfe ... Vickers

Robert Stevenson ... Surgeon (as Robert J. Stevenson)
Paul Cristo ... Party Guest (uncredited)
George Ford ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Rudy Germane ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Jean Harvey ... Mrs. Malvin (uncredited)
William Hunt ... Rollie Malvin (uncredited)

Louise Lane ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Perk Lazelle ... Party Guest (uncredited)

James MacArthur ... Waiter (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Leoda Richards ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Howard Wright ... Doctor (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: The Stagecoach Story

30 September 1959
The men are returning to St. Louis by stagecoach except for Flint - until he becomes the driver to help a friend. They are forced to take a detour to Mexico by other passengers - one of whom denies knowing Flint who is in love with her.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Debra Paget ... Angela DeVarga

Clu Gulager ... Caleb Jamison

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Abraham Sofaer ... Antonio DeVargo
Tom Hernández ... Man on stagecoach (as Tom Hernandez)
Lalo Rios ... Juan

Henry Darrow ... Benito DeVarga (as Henry Delgado)
Dennis McCarthy ... Stage coach clerk
Abel Franco ... Mexican Border Guard
Rudy Germane ... Waiter (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Revolutionary (uncredited)

Gil Perkins ... Brawler (uncredited)

Tom Steele ... Brawler (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: The Greenhorn Story

7 October 1959
At the beginning of any wagon train trip, the challenges faced by everyone turns a greenhorn into a seasoned veteran, even if those may mean death of those they love or some other loss.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Mickey Rooney ... Samuel T. Evans

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Ellen Corby ... Aunt Em
Daria Massey ... Melanie Pumphret

Byron Foulger ... Humphrey Pumphret

Jerry Hausner ... Luke Greenley

James Burke ... Mr. Harrison
Ronnie Dapo ... Ronnie Pumphret

Bobby Barber ... Storekeeper (uncredited)
Lloyd Ford ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Townsman (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Roy Jenson ... Bully (uncredited)
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Bully (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: The C.L. Harding Story

14 October 1959
A reporter has joined the wagon train. When the Major finds out he is a she, he finds his hands full especially when her looks and curiosity jeopardize everyone's safety and their right to vote.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Claire Trevor ... C.L. Harding

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Johnny Cash ... Frank Hoag
Amzie Strickland ... Arletta Hoag
Theodore Newton ... Buzz
John Holland ... Ellington

William 'Billy' Benedict ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Gail Bonney ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Lovyss Bradley ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Lloyd Ford ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Jean Ingram ... Estrabella (uncredited)

Norman Leavitt ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

David McMahon ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: The Estaban Zamora Story

21 October 1959
Flint find a young man bleeding to death and a knife nearby. He takes the body to sheriff who identifies the man as the youngest Zamora brother. His father is on the train from Spain. He feels duty bound to kill the murderer.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Ernest Borgnine ... Estaban Zamora

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Phillip Pine ... Manuel Zamora

Robert Armstrong ... Roy Daniels

Leonard Nimoy ... Bernabe Zamora

Stuart Randall ... Sheriff Hixon

James Griffith ... Luke Stone

David McMahon ... Father James

Al Bain ... Barfly (uncredited)

Jeanne Bates ... Sereta Zamora (uncredited)

Kevin Corcoran ... Young Boy (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Roy Jenson ... Watkins (uncredited)
Carl Saxe ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: The Elizabeth McQueeny Story

28 October 1959
Elizabeth McQueeny is traveling with her girls, heading to a finishing school in the West. When her real purpose becomes known, all the females want her gone but her worth to all shows itself before that can happen.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Bette Davis ... Madame Elizabeth McQueeny

Robert Strauss ... Count Roberto del Falcone

John Wilder ... Stanley Blower
Maggie Pierce ... Roxanne

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Danielle Aubry ... Danielle Duval (as Daniele Aubry)
Lynette Bernay ... Lynn (as Lynn Bernay)

Meg Wyllie ... Mrs. Blower

Marjorie Bennett ... Sylvester's Wife
Joseph Mell ... Storekeeper
Phil Arnold ... Sylvester (uncredited)
Lloyd Ford ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Chalky Williams ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: The Martha Barham Story

4 November 1959
Flint and a longtime Sioux Indian friend reunite but trouble is brewing as the Cheyenne are on the warpath and in their way is Fort Hastings, an old flame of his and her new Army Captain fiancé.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Ann Blyth ... Martha Barham
Read Morgan ... Curly Horse

Mike Road ... Capt. Wade Forrest
Dayton Lummis ... Major P.S. Barham

Warren Oates ... Private Silas Carpenter

Henry Brandon ... Black Panther

Larry J. Blake ... Chief White Cloud (as Larry Blake)

J.W. Cody ... Medicine Man (uncredited)

John Damler ... Orderly (uncredited)
John McKee ... First Lieutenant (uncredited)

David McMahon ... Dancing Partner (uncredited)
Mel Pogue ... Private Smith (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Settler (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: The Cappy Darrin Story

11 November 1959
Old salt Cappy Darrin is on the train with his orphaned grandson Tuck. But Cappy's daughter granted custody of Tuck to his uncle, and as their parting nears Cappy finds he is reluctant to let Tuck go.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Ed Wynn ... Cappy Darrin
Tom Nolan ... Tuck Hardy (as Tommy Nolan)

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster
Tyler McVey ... Mason Hardy

Robert Burton ... Doctor

Rodd Redwing ... Indian Chief

Bill Coontz ... Wagon Train Member / Pirate (as Bill Foster)
Leonard P. Geer ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: The Felizia Kingdom Story

18 November 1959
Tough as nails Felizia Kingdom controls an enormous amount of land by force, and no one is good enough to inherit the responsibility. When Flint handles her henchmen with ease, she decides he's the man for the job.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Judith Anderson ... Felizia Kingdom

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
John Hudson ... Alex Stoddard

Jean Allison ... Angela Kingdom

Richard Devon ... Frenchy

Madeleine Taylor Holmes ... Maria (as Madeleine Holmes)
Larry Perron ... Snare
Andy Albin ... Buzzy

Lane Bradford ... Ed
Joe Dominguez ... Manuel Sandoval

Season 3, Episode 9: The Jess MacAbee Story

25 November 1959
Flint, scouting ahead of the wagon train, is in search of fresh meat. With prospects none too good he comes upon a hidden paradise, green and lush and offering far more than he expected especially for a single man.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams (credit only)

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Andy Devine ... Jess MacAbee

Glenda Farrell ... Belle MacAbee
Tammy Marihugh ... Cora Belle MacAbee
Marlene Willis ... Sally Belle MacAbee

Carol Byron ... Lilly Belle MacAbee
Karen Green ... Anna Belle MacAbee
Terry Burnham ... Mary Belle MacAbee
Bill St. John ... Jim Culpepper (uncredited)

Ray Teal ... Jed Culpepper (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: The Danny Benedict Story

2 December 1959
He says his name is Tom Smith but a young man Major Adams meets on the trail refuses to join the wagon train and won't say why. When he does find out he meets an old friend and why the boy is so tortured.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Brandon De Wilde ... Daniel Morgan Benedict III (as Brandon deWilde)

Onslow Stevens ... Col. Daniel Morgan Benedict II

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Walter Reed ... Major Harrison
Melinda Plowman ... Priscilla Walker

Herbert Lytton ... Doctor (as Herbert C. Lytton)
Audrey Swanson ... Nurse Louisa
Stacy Keach Sr. ... General Phil Sheridan (as Stacy Keach)

Chuck Hicks ... Court Martial Officer

Chick Hannan ... Soldier (uncredited)

Alvy Moore ... Sergeant O'Leary (uncredited)

Hank Patterson ... Horse Dealer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: The Vittorio Bottecelli Story

16 December 1959
The King orders his womanizing nephew to San Francisco. He joins the wagon train but causes the Major problems as the husbands are complaining but he may have lost his heart to someone who understands.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Elizabeth Montgomery ... Julie Crail

Gustavo Rojo ... Duke Vittorio Botecelli

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Anthony Caruso ... Josef

Jimmy Lydon ... Todd (as James Lydon)

Vitina Marcus ... Veranique (as Dolores Vitina)

Edgar Barrier ... Count

Lyn Thomas ... Ella Chambers
Carlo Tricoli ... The King
Lisa Simone ... Marquessa
Anna Marya Kareen ... Countessa

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: The St. Nicholas Story

23 December 1959
Almost Christmas eve, the wagon train deals with a happy time, the perils that go with hostile Indians and a little lost boy who may have already been captured by those same hostiles.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)
Elisabeth Fraser ... Mama Kling (as Elizabeth Fraser)

Robert Emhardt ... Papa Kling
J.M. Kerrigan ... John Reed
Fintan Meyler ... Peter's Wife

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Sue Randall ... Mrs. Sherman

Henry Brandon ... Ute Indian Chief

Richard H. Cutting ... Dr. Dahlman (as Richard Cutting)
Kay Stewart ... Cora Dahlman
Johnny Bangert ... Jimmy Sherman (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Man (uncredited)

Eddie Little Sky ... Ute Indian Brave (uncredited)

Vito Scotti ... Tony (uncredited)
Edmund Vargas ... Little Eagle (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: The Ruth Marshall Story

30 December 1959
Flint goes to look for a white woman lost in a battle with the Sioux eleven years earlier. A Sioux brave wounds Flint followed by Flint shooting the brave. A white woman who doesn't speak and lives with four wolves finds and treats Flint.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams (archive footage)

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Luana Patten ... Ruth Marshall

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Mike Keene ... Amos Marshall

Robert Bice ... Basca (as Bob Bice)
Sam Capuano ... Red Cloud - Indian Chief
Fred Sherman ... Ottie
Henry Amargo ... Chief's Son (uncredited)
Buddy Bice ... Indian Brave (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: The Lita Foladaire Story

6 January 1960
Never having met Lita Foladaire, Major Adams learned a lot about her past, the town she grew up in, the people who loved her and most importantly what happened to her surrounded by those same people.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)
Diane Brewster ... Lita Foladaire

Kent Smith ... Jess Foladaire

Tom Drake ... Dr. John Cannon

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Evelyn Brent ... Mrs. Simmons

Richard Crane ... Clay Foladaire

Paul Birch ... Dan Clayton

Jay Novello ... Carlotti

Lurene Tuttle ... Mrs. Willoughby

Chick Hannan ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: The Colonel Harris Story

13 January 1960
Flint goes to Fort Young to see the Harris family and Bowman Lewis who were friends from his youth. He finds Mrs. Harris dead and her husband swearing to wipe out all Indians including Lewis who leads the Comanche and his mother, Princess.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

John Howard ... Colonel James Harris

James Best ... Bowman Lewis

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Jacqueline deWit ... Princess (as Jacqueline de Wit)

Ken Mayer ... Major Shegan

Nestor Paiva ... Sgt. Carl Boemher
Irene Windust ... Charity Harris
Bill Catching ... Soldier
Harry Hines ... New Store Owner (uncredited)

Kenneth MacDonald ... General Collins (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: The Maidie Brant Story

20 January 1960
Trying to give her son a chance, Maidie Brant is found by the wagon train. Needing fresh horses after a cougar attack, she is reluctant to say why she won't go back to town and buy some but would rather pay top dollar for the Major's.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Jean Hagen ... Maidie Brant

Richard Eyer ... Matthew Brant

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Edward Platt ... Spinoza de Costa

Claudia Bryar ... Mrs. Taylor
Ronnie Sorensen ... Simon Taylor
Johnny Eimen ... Billy Taylor

Season 3, Episode 17: The Larry Hanify Story

27 January 1960
On his deathbed, Joe asks Flint to look after his 17-year old son Larry Hanify and get him to California. There was one catch. His latest escapade put him in jail awaiting trial for armed robbery.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Tommy Sands ... Larry Hanify

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Cynthia Chenault ... Aggie Donovan (as Cindy Robbins)

Orville Sherman ... Joe Hanify
Edith Evanson ... Mrs. Jed Jurgis
Dan Riss ... Kelleher

Olan Soule ... M.T. McBee (as Olan Soulé)
Wally Moon ... Sheriff Bender

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Joseph Mell ... Proprietor (uncredited)

Gene Roth ... Callahan (uncredited)

Pierre Watkin ... Doctor Sam'l Caldwell (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: The Clayton Tucker Story

10 February 1960
Taking a dangerous route through the desert to join up with the wagon train, a small band of settlers take a turn for the worse when they lose the one man leading them, their scout, and now differ on where they need to go now.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Jeff Morrow ... Clayton Tucker

James Best ... Art Bernard
Dorothy Green ... Sabrina Tucker

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Aline Towne ... Susan Bernard

Louis Jean Heydt ... Mr. Gantry
Bobby Beakman ... Hal Bernard (as Bobby Beekman)
Dwight Marfield ... Mr. Chaffey
Terry Ann Ross ... Judy Bernard
Robert Hensley ... Gantry's Son

Season 3, Episode 19: The Benjamin Burns Story

17 February 1960
One dry water hole is normal but when the wagon train has two, Flint and Ben Burns lead a party to find a legend that only the Indians speak of, Shining Water. Troubles await them but the worst may be a too green city boy.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

J. Carrol Naish ... Benjamin Burns

James Franciscus ... John Colter

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Olive Sturgess ... Cathy Burns

Jack Lambert ... Frank Owen

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: The Ricky and Laurie Bell Story

24 February 1960
Laurie and Ricky Bell uproot and go West, leaving their comforts in Baltimore. When she announces she is pregnant, he is less than happy as he feels she has just made their lives more complicated especially where it concerns his needs.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

James Gregory ... Ricky Bell

June Lockhart ... Laurie Bell

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Ann Doran ... Aunt Elizabeth

Herman Hack ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Theodore Newton ... Jacob (uncredited)

Meg Wyllie ... Mrs. Blower (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 21: The Tom Tuckett Story

2 March 1960
Ever since he was young, Tom Tuckett has been sent to good schools and looked after by an unknown benefactor. When he joins the wagon train he feels he's about to find out who that is but it isn't who he imagined.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Ben Cooper ... Tom Tuckett

Robert Middleton ... Nat Burkett

Josephine Hutchinson ... Miss Stevenson

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Louise Fletcher ... Elizabeth

Frank DeKova ... Indian Chief (as Frank de Kova)

Frank Wilcox ... Col. Barkley

Don Keefer ... Maj. Anderson

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member / Indian (uncredited)

Allen Jaffe ... Indian Chief (uncredited)
Cherokee Landrum ... Indian (uncredited)

Ralph Moody ... Indian Chief Blackhawk (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: The Tracy Sadler Story

9 March 1960
David Forest always believed his father to be as he claimed. When Tracy Sadler joins the wagon train his beliefs are altered when he slowly and painfully learns the truth about his past.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Elaine Stritch ... Tracy Sadler

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Carl Benton Reid ... Fletcher Forest

Elisha Cook Jr. ... Cadge Waldo (as Elisha Cook)

Eugene Mazzola ... David Forest (as Eugene Martin)

Ted Mapes ... Henry Jamison
Butch Hengen ... Anderson Charles
Fox O'Callahan ... Mr. Fox (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 23: The Alexander Portlass Story

16 March 1960
Kidnapped, Flint is forced to scout and find a lost Aztec treasure. As some of the men were previously thrown off the wagon train, their unfriendliness is certain unless he can help them find the lost treasure of Montezuma.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams (credit only)

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Peter Lorre ... Alexander Portlass

Morgan Woodward ... Jupe
Bern Hoffman ... Bruto

Henry Corden ... Phelan

Sherwood Price ... Latigo Kid

Season 3, Episode 24: The Christine Elliott Story

23 March 1960
Her father on his deathbed, Christine Elliot decides to fulfill his dream of a boys school and joins the wagon train. A good start: the eleven boys he already has. One man is determined to stop her unless he collects his pound of flesh.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Phyllis Thaxter ... Christine Elliot

Donald Woods ... Phillip Ayers

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Henry Daniell ... Mr. Morton W. Snipple
Kathryn Card ... Abby

Don Grady ... George

Scotty Morrow ... Professor
Tony Maxwell ... Kenny (as Anthony Maxwell)
Dennis Rush ... Robbie
Todd Ferrell ... Orphan Boy
Bobby Folkerson ... Orphan Boy
Gary Hunley ... Nat Conners

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Harry Harvey ... Deputy Marshall Clancy (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 25: The Joshua Gilliam Story

30 March 1960
Bill and the Major find a man lying hurt, a meal for the buzzards. When he meets an innocent woman on the wagon train who has an inheritance waiting for her, he shows other skills besides being just a schoolteacher and her mother is wary.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Dan Duryea ... Joshua Gilliam

Bethel Leslie ... Greta Halstadt

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Irene Tedrow ... Freda Halstadt
Betsy Brooks ... Sharon Miller

Pitt Herbert ... Mr. Miller
Ricky Allen ... Harvey Miller

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 26: The Maggie Hamilton Story

6 April 1960
When their daughter runs away from the wagon train, the Hamiltons hire Flint to bring her back. With renegades in the area, he soon discovers how spoiled Maggie really is and they still manage to make it back in one piece.

Season 3, Episode 27: The Jonas Murdock Story

13 April 1960
Out of meat and low on food, the wagon train must not kill any wildlife or all will face the wrath of the local Indians. The one holdout is Jonas Murdoch who has always lived outside the rules and doesn't consider a rabbit an issue.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Noah Beery Jr. ... Jonas Murdock (as Noah Beery)

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Lyle Talbot ... Jameson
Joe Bassett ... Chief Red Hawk (as Joseph Bassett)

Bernadette Withers ... Alma Hardy

Gail Bonney ... Mrs. Jameson
Cecil Combs ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 28: The Amos Gibbon Story

20 April 1960
After an argument with Major Adams, Flint leaves the wagon train and cozies up to a bar at a nearby town. What he doesn't know is the locals are shanghaiing strangers for slave labor in the mine and no one on the train knows where he went.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Charles Aidman ... Amos Gibbon

Arthur Shields ... Judge Tremayne
Bob Hopkins ... Hank Morton

William Schallert ... Miles Van Vander

Francis McDonald ... Tom Duncan (as Francis J. McDonald)

John Ashley ... Bill Collier
John Daheim ... Wilkins (as John Day)

Mickey Finn ... Moose Genet
Darlene Fields ... Sophie

Season 3, Episode 29: Trial for Murder: Part 1

27 April 1960
When a well thought of member of the wagon train is found dead, Adams needs to prevent mob rule and make sure a lawful trial takes place. The accused who was not well liked is found passed out with the rifle used in the murder.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Henry Hull ... Mark Applewhite

Marshall Thompson ... Bradley Mason

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Murvyn Vye ... Mr. Miller

Henry Daniell ... Sir Alexander Drew
Melinda Plowman ... Eileen
Dennis Rush ... David Ivers

Claire Carleton ... Clara
Tyler McVey ... Henry Bevan
Ethel Shutta ... Mildred Anderson

Jon Locke ... Mr.Miller Son
Ron Hayes ... Mr. Miller Son
David Leland ... Mr. Russell
Tom McKee ... Archibald McAdoo
Ella Ethridge ... Abby Applewhite

Walter Baldwin ... Eddie Blake (uncredited)
Art Felix ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Fox O'Callahan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Della Sharman ... Libby Carter (uncredited)

Rudy Sooter ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Ray Spiker ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Mary Treen ... Bessie Treymore (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 30: Trial for Murder: Part 2

4 May 1960
When the deceased's wife arrives, the people on the wagon train learn that the murdered man has a dark past, and this could be a case of Cain & Abel - or perhaps something or someone in the dead-man's past came home-to-roost.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Henry Hull ... Mark Applewhite

Marshall Thompson ... Bradley Mason

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Dianne Foster ... Leslie Ivers
Connie Gilchrist ... Molly Cassidy

Henry Daniell ... Sir Alexander Drew

Murvyn Vye ... Mr. Miller
Dennis Rush ... David

Del Moore ... Charles Ivers

John Alderman ... Richard Cassidy

William Schallert ... Eliott Drake
Art Felix ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Kermit Maynard ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Fox O'Callahan ... Juror (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Rudy Sooter ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Ray Spiker ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 31: The Countess Baranof Story

11 May 1960
Countess Baranof is desperate to get to Alaska to claim her family fortune, and with no horses she applies her considerable charms on Flint. But she's not the one Flint should worry about, as her bodyguard has a more sinister agenda.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Taina Elg ... Countess Baranof

Ann B. Davis ... Mrs. Foster

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Simon Oakland ... Col. Vasily
Peter Leeds ... Alex Foster
Ethel Shutta ... Mrs. Foster's Friend

Roy Engel ... Marshal

Season 3, Episode 32: The Dick Jarvis Story

18 May 1960
A boy hurt in a crippling accident and a domineering mother meet a runaway boy who she feels is making him do things outside his capabilities. Another accident reveals something unexpected since it may pit two friends against each other.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough
Tom Nolan ... Dick Jarvis (as Tommy Nolan)
Bobby Diamond ... Joey Henshaw

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Vivi Janiss ... Mrs. Jarvis
Richard Reeves ... Sam Hulsey
Vaughn Meadows ... Bully
Phil Schumacher ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 33: The Dr. Swift Cloud Story

25 May 1960
Thinking he is not welcome by the white man or his people, an educated Chiracua Indian returns to find prejudices among both of them and must find a way to overcome all of them before it is too late.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Rafael Campos ... Dr. Swift Cloud

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Phillip Pine ... Straight Arrow
Brad Morrow ... Dabbs Hargrove

Henry Brandon ... Chief Fire Cloud

Francis McDonald ... Geema (as Francis J. McDonald)

Dabbs Greer ... Mr. Finley

Harold Goodwin ... Mr. Hargrove
Art Stewart ... Member of Wagon Train
Kathleen Case ... Marie Hargrove (as Cathy Case)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 34: The Luke Grant Story

1 June 1960
Luke Grant is found wandering the desert with one wish on his mind - kill me! Turned over to the wagon train by some friendly Chiracawa Indians, they slowly discover his identity and that there are Apaches on the war path and nearby.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Joan O'Brien ... Victoria

Donald Woods ... Luke Grant

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

James Bell ... Reverend Peters
Marlene Willis ... Angie
Kaye Elhardt ... Sue (as Kay Elhardt)

Wende Wagner ... Fay (as Wendy Wagner)

Rodd Redwing ... Neja - Mojave Chief (uncredited)
Laura Shelton ... Chris (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 35: The Charlene Brenton Story

8 June 1960
A baby girl sure has a rough start when she arrives on the stage with her dead mother. Plague is what people think killed her and then Charlie Wooster steps in to try to help - and well, you can imagine where it went from there.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Sean McClory ... Casey

Jean Willes ... Flo

Raymond Bailey ... Jim Brenton

Harry Harvey ... Sheriff Matt (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
Kathryn Card ... Mrs. Mercer
Richard Reeves ... Patrick McClure

William Fawcett ... Stagecoach Driver (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 36: The Sam Livingston Story

15 June 1960
Abigail has lost her driver to the better paying mines. Her new driver says he owns a bank and a pig. The ride West reveals another side of him that takes at least the pig to change both heart and mind.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Charles Drake ... Sam Livingston

Onslow Stevens ... Cass Fleming

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Barbara Eiler ... Abigail Newkirk

Jimmy Lydon ... Hotel Clerk (as James Lydon)

William Bakewell ... Somers
George Ramsey ... Bartender
Gerry Cohen ... Homer (as Gerry M. Cohen)

Norman Leavitt ... Judd Higgins
Jeff Pevney ... Boy (as David Jeff Pevney)
John Slosser ... Boy (as R. John Slosser)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Walter Lawrence ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Rod McGaughy ... Church Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 37: The Shadrack Bennington Story

22 June 1960
Shadrack Bennington has been a cavalier of the open road, not wanting to be tied down until he joins the wagon train, heading for San Francisco and a future even he couldn't anticipate.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

David Wayne ... Shadrack Bennington

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Maggie Pierce ... Jennifer 'Jenny' Robertson
Laurie Mitchell ... Princess Fatima

Claire Carleton ... Mrs. Teale

Steve Darrell ... Mr. Robertson (as Stevan Darrell)
Henry Hunter ... Dr. Stevens

David McMahon ... Officer Muldoon

Gene Roth ... Jenny's Father

Charles Herbert ... Winfy Robertson
Walter Lawrence ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Kermit Maynard ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Chick Sheridan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Wagons Ho!

28 September 1960
While preparing to return to St. Joseph, the men read the story "Wagon Ho" written and printed by Samuel T. Evans about his trip as a naive young Irishman headed west and his experiences and adventure on the trail.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Mickey Rooney ... Samuel T. Evans

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Ellen Corby ... Aunt Em

Olive Sturgess ... Melanie Evans

Henry Corden ... Black Feather

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Peter Mamakos ... Chief (uncredited)
Carlos Romero ... Indian #1 (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: The Horace Best Story

5 October 1960
Adams' "distant" cousin Horace arrives hoping to be a wagon master. His trading skills allow him to steal the crew and vendors from Adams but when Adams confronts him with the decisions he must make on the trail, there are second thoughts.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

George Gobel ... Horace Best

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Joe Flynn ... Edwin Crook

Allen Jenkins ... Mr. Gillespie

Ken Curtis ... Pappy Lightfoot

Otto Waldis ... Otto Osterloh
Mary Field ... Mrs. Gillespie

Chick Hannan ... Store Customer (uncredited)

Kermit Maynard ... Wagon Builder (uncredited)
Chick Sheridan ... Store Customer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: The Albert Farnsworth Story

12 October 1960
Arrogant British Colonel Albert Farnsworth causes an uproar in camp and puts the wagon train in danger of Indian attack, resulting in the capture of a young girl by the Cheyenne and the mortal wounding of his long time aide.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Charles Laughton ... Colonel Albert Farnsworth

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
James Fairfax ... Jeremy Oakes
Terence de Marney ... Mike O'Toole

Robert Brown ... Tim O'Toole

Gina Gillespie ... Peggy O'Toole
Kathleen O'Malley ... Sharry O'Toole

Orville Sherman ... Freehan
John Kroger ... Lieutenant
Jan Arvan ... Indian Chief
Quintin Sondergaard ... Soldier (as Quentin Sondergaard)
Neyle Morrow ... Cheyenne Indian

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Rod McGaughy ... Soldier (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: The Allison Justis Story

19 October 1960
When someone yells horse thief, Flint shoots a man only to find he is the husband of a childhood friend. Flint learns the man is mayor and highly respected. The question of whether he killed an innocent man bothers him and the man's son.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Gloria DeHaven ... Allison Justis

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Gregg Stewart ... Bert Justis

Michael Burns ... Billy Justis
Edward G. Robinson Jr. ... Deputy
Ken Hooker ... Ira

Dan Tobin ... Sheriff Fred Miller

Chick Hannan ... Townsman on Horse (uncredited)

Scotty Morrow ... (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: The Jose Morales Story

26 October 1960
Bill Hawkes is leading 3 wagons through Indian territory. They run into trouble with Mexician bandits lead by Lee Marvin. When the 2 groups must band together to fight off an Indian attack, certain biases & assumptions are thrown away.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Lee Marvin ... Jose Morales

Lon Chaney Jr. ... Louis Roque (as Lon Chaney)

Charles Herbert ... Joseph Oliver

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Aline Towne ... Patience Oliver

Clark Howat ... Aaron Oliver

Steve Darrell ... Dr. Stern (as Stevan Darrell)
Alex Montoya ... Paco
Jose Gonzales-Gonzales ... Carlos (as Jose Gonzalez Gonzalez)

Gregg Palmer ... Raleigh

Season 4, Episode 6: Princess of a Lost Tribe

2 November 1960
Ordered by Major Adams to guide three passengers to a campsite up a haunted mountain, Flint does so but with caution: rumors that an escaped group of Aztecs now live there, almost 400 years after Cortez wiped them all out.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams (credit only)

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Raymond Massey ... Montezuma IX
Linda Lawson ... Lia - Princess of the Aztecs
Edward Mallory ... Mike Kelly (as Ed Mallory)
Chet Stratton ... John Miller

Frank Jenks ... Dutch Carl Anders
Raymond Greenleaf ... Jerald Kelly
Ted Smile ... Aztec Guard (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: The Cathy Eckhart Story

9 November 1960
One murder begets a second murder while a treacherous journey awaits the wagon train. An unknown scout and Kiowa Indians threaten the pass. Now there may be a renegade and murderer in their midst which Adams must resolve before continuing.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Susan Oliver ... Cathy Eckhart

Martin Landau ... Preacher

John Larch ... Ben Harness

Vivi Janiss ... Sarah Harness

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Gregory Walcott ... Jefferson Miller
Ron Hayes ... Whitey
Brad Johnson ... Lieutenant

Claire Carleton ... Woman (uncredited)
Art Felix ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Fox O'Callahan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: The Bleymier Story

16 November 1960
Heed the signs! Or so says Samuel Bleymier. When the rains won't stop a splintered group of the wagon train has to travel through a Sioux Indian burial ground. That may have consequences all its own but what of the signs?

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams (credit only)

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Dan Duryea ... Samuel Bleymier

James Drury ... Justin Claiborne

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Elen Willard ... Belle Bleymier

David McMahon ... Ed Cowan
Juney Ellis ... Mrs. Cowan (as June Ellis)
John McLiam ... Latch

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Rod McGaughy ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: The Colter Craven Story

23 November 1960
Dr. Craven feels he can't perform surgery any longer. When he joins the wagon train and his services are desperately needed, he realizes he may be wrong after Major Adams gives him a history lesson.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Carleton Young ... Dr. Colter Craven

Anna Lee ... Mrs. Allyris Craven

Paul Birch ... Gen. Ulysses Simpson 'Sam' Grant

Ken Curtis ... Kyle Cleatus

Cliff Lyons ... Creel Weatherby
Chuck Hayward ... Quentin Cleatus
Dennis Rush ... Jamie
Beula Blaze ... Jamie's Mother

Willis Bouchey ... Mr. Grant

John Carradine ... Park Cleatus

John Wayne ... Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman (as Michael Morris)
Danny Borzage ... Soldier (uncredited)

Richard H. Cutting ... Col. Lollier (uncredited)

Annelle Hayes ... Mrs. Grant (uncredited)

Mae Marsh ... Mrs. Jesse Grant (uncredited)

Kermit Maynard ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Jack Pennick ... Drill Sergeant Tim Molloy (uncredited)

Chuck Roberson ... Junior (uncredited)
Charles Seel ... Mort (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Townsman (uncredited)

Hank Worden ... Hank (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 10: The Jane Hawkins Story

30 November 1960
Flint discovers a badly wounded waitress on the range and takes her to a doctor, where he finds the evil town's owner wants to hang her without trial, because he suspects she murdered his son.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams (credit only)

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Edgar Buchanan ... Ben Mattox

Myrna Fahey ... Jane Hawkins

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Whit Bissell ... Dr. Morton Hicks

Sherwood Price ... Jesse

Kathie Browne ... Laura Mattox
Kay Stewart ... Abby Hicks

Nestor Paiva ... Bartender

Gil Perkins ... Blacksmith (uncredited)
Art Stewart ... Storekeeper (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 11: The Candy O'Hara Story

7 December 1960
Gabe Henry and his son have been sorely missing the female touch over five years now. Finding a wife during a stopover is his top priority but his choice is known to Major Adams and he does not approve.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Joan O'Brien ... Candy O'Hara

Jim Davis ... Gabe Henry

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Robert Lowery ... Marty Benson
Edith Evanson ... Granny Henry

Richard H. Cutting ... Parson Zeke Plummmer (as Dick Cutting)

Teddy Rooney ... Luther Henry
Jimmie Booth ... Dancer (uncredited)

Lane Bradford ... Marshal (uncredited)
Craig Duncan ... Miner (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Townsman (uncredited)
Fred Sherman ... Proprietor (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)
Connie Van ... Annabelle (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: The River Crossing

14 December 1960
A green Army Colonel wipes out a village of Comanche women and children thinking he is getting revenge. The wagon train must face on the one side a swollen river they must cross or a Comanche chief on the other who seeks justice.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Robert J. Wilke ... Jabez Moore

Charles Aidman ... Col. Buckner

Ron Harper ... Lt. Bevins

Michael Keep ... Dark Eagle

Claudia Bryar ... Mrs. Moore

Marshall Reed ... Tom

X Brands ... Broken Finger
Dennis McCarthy ... Hawkins
Colette Jackson ... Gray Sparrow

Allen Jaffe ... Black Forest
Jimmie Booth ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Train Member / Indian (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 13: The Roger Bigelow Story

21 December 1960
Roger Bigelow turns to the ministry with his father's help when he realizes what he might become without it. He gets the chance to help someone else on the wrong path but Major Adams is not sure the reverend is helping the right person.

Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Robert Vaughn ... Roger Bigelow

Claude Akins ... Wes Varney

Audrey Dalton ... Nancy Bigelow

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Herman Hack ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Kermit Maynard ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Ronnie Rondell Jr. ... Henry Tate (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 14: The Jeremy Dow Story

28 December 1960
When the wagon train passes through town, habitually drunk Jeremy Dow finds that his past has caught up with him. His choices: continue running, or face the demons from his past when he is confronted with this wife and son on the train.

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

John McIntire ... Christopher Hale (credit only)

Leslie Nielsen ... Jeremy Dow / Jeff Durant

Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster

Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks

Michael Burns ... Bruce Millikan

Mari Aldon ... Hester Millikan

Morgan Woodward ... Jubal Ash

Jimmy Lydon ... Clete Millikan (as James Lydon)
David Garcia ... Indian Brave

Dal McKennon ... Hotel Clerk Kelly

Chick Hannan ... Wagon Man (uncredited)

John War Eagle ... Iron Hand (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 15: The Earl Packer Story

4 January 1961
Wounded Bill Strode arrives in camp looking for Flint. Strode, who saved Flint's life in Abilene, asks Flint to help him get to Fort Kearny. Flint learns the itchy Strode is being hunted by bounty hunter Earl Packer and Strode has changed.

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough

John McIntire ... Christopher Hale (credit only)

Ernest Borgnine ... Earl Packer

Edward Binns ... Sheriff Bill Strode

Frank McGrath ...