Trampas comes to the aid of a girl and her father who had a heart attack. At the father's request he helps them at their destination and then to try to find the girl's mother who is with outlaws. He finds the girl has her own mind on it.





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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Col. Alan MacKenzie (credit only)
Roy Tate (credit only)
The Virginian (credit only)
Roy Harkness
Carole Carson / Alice Barnes
Lafe Harkness
Paul Carson
Lisa Gerritsen ...
Hannah Carson (as Lisa True Gerritsen)
Mrs. Nelson
Loma Bartender
Harold Jenkins
Kay Stewart ...
Mrs. Crandall


On a train trip Trampas takes an interest in a thirteen year girl and her father playing chess. After the precocious young girl's father is stricken with a heart attack while traveling on the train, Trampas at the request of the father stays and helps them at their destination. After he gets the sick father to a doctor, he decides to help the girl find her estranged mother. She left the father for a Roy Harkness who is a gambler. The pair had followed her to this town based on letters Hannah received from her. Trampas learns with the aid of Hannah at the saloon that she has changed her name and her and Roy have gone to Loma. He has a hard time keeping the girl, Hannah, from trying to do everything by herself. Unfortunately, Hannah's mother has been manipulated by her boyfriend Roy into participating in a bank robbery at Loma with him and Lafe Harkness who is in jail. Hannah believing Lafe will take her to her mother, Carol, breaks Lafe out of jail adding to Trampas' problems with her. Written by rbecker28

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30 December 1970 (USA)  »

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Train Terror
13 June 2011 | by (Roseworthy, South Australia) – See all my reviews

Trampas meets Hannah on a train where she is playing chess with her father who has a turn that immobilizes him. Hannah asks for help to find her mother who she believes is the source of her father's anguish.

After much persuasion, and helping herself to a horse, Hannah is able to talk Trampas into helping find her mother but gets into strife with his revolver whilst he is swimming the adding insult by suggesting Trampas looks like a rat when he emerges cold and wet.

Meanwhile Hannah's mother is caught up in her lover's criminal ways after being run out of a previous town, for cheating at cards, he plans for a large heist using her to get information.

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