The Virginian: Season 2, Episode 28

A Bride for Lars (15 Apr. 1964)

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Trampas wins the job of bringing an injured neighbor's bride to him from Laramie. However, the trip back is filled with problems including a bride with a mind of her own, Indians, potential outlaws, and a surprise at the end for Trampas.

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Judge Henry Garth (credit only)
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Gary Clarke ...
Katherine Crawford ...
Anna Swenson
Roberta Shore ...
Peter Whitney ...
Lars Holstrom
Barbara Werle ...
Betty
Michael Beirne ...
Deputy
Paul Birch ...
Carl Bruner
Rick Falk ...
Sven Norstrund
Curt Barrett ...
Laramie Townsman
Stewart Bradley ...
Harkness
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Gosta Swenson
John Bryant ...
Doctor
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When Lars Holstrom injures his back, he asks Trampas to go to Laramie to pick up his bride to be and give her father $1,000 which is a loan. Trampas makes the trip to Laramie and finds the wagon train with the Swenson family. The family is unsure whether to trust Trampas and agree to decide by the next morning. During the night he is awaken by one of the girls who says she is ready to leave now. They leave but Indian signs make Trampas nervous along the route. They have to camp outdoors for one night which starts with Trampas teasing Anna but gets serious when Trampas hears signs of Indians. The next day is worse when the bride is found conversing with Indian women in their camp and a later run-in with men Trampas does not trust or know. Trampas makes a final bid to get through to Lars but not with the results he expected. Written by Anonymous

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Trampas: High man?
Steve Hill: High man. Not your deck.
Trampas: Steve, you act as if you can't trust me.
Steve Hill: I don't know where you ever got that idea, Trampas.
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