A group of women are going by wagon train to Colorado, lured by the promise of marrying rich miners, but Matt learns that the leader's actual plan for the women is quite different.

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Doc
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Constance Ford ...
Florida Jenkins
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Polly Mims (as Ellen McRae)
Arch Johnson ...
Feester
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Emma
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Kelly Bowman
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Capt. Grant
Ben Wright ...
Sgt. Pickens
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Rayford Barnes ...
Lee
Joseph V. Perry ...
Harve (as Joseph Perry)
William Wellman Jr. ...
Pvt. King
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A group of women are going by wagon train to Colorado, lured by the promise of marrying rich miners, but Matt learns that the leader's actual plan for the women is quite different.

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7 April 1962 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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Matt comes upon a wagon train of women- but remains professional
19 November 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Marshal Dillon sets out to capture two cowboys that stole from Jonas's store. However he runs into a wagon train loaded with women on their way to Colorado to supposedly marry rich mining men. With the local Indians on the war path, Matt agrees to ride with the wagon train. (Good choice Matt) Matt has to put up with a trail boss that is less than desirable, a female leader of the women that is smitten with him and also the Indians. He goes from one situation to another always being his charming self.

The wagon train makes it safely to Fort Wallace where Matt and the Captain hatch a scheme to keeps the women from making the incorrect drive to Denver. Plus Matt may even solve the case of the robbery from Jonas's Mercantile.

Other than Matt refusing the treats of the many women in the train, nothing remarkable stood out about this episode. It was pleasant enough to hold the viewer's interest plus the eye candy of the young Ellen Burstyn was not bad either. Good watch


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