The Virginian: Season 6, Episode 16

The Death Wagon (3 Jan. 1968)

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A trio of soldiers are transporting a prisoner across Shiloh property when they learn after a run in with Trampas it appears the prisoner has scarlet fever. Elizabeth and Holly Grainger ... See full summary »

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The Virginian (credit only)
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Emmett Ryker (credit only)
Don Quine ...
Stacey Grainger (credit only)
Sara Lane ...
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Corporal C.T. Smoot
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Private Essex Kanin
Tim McIntire ...
Marcus Veda
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Wrengell
Jeff Malloy ...
Private Frank Jobe
Nicolas Beauvy ...
Bill Baldwin ...
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A trio of soldiers are transporting a prisoner across Shiloh property when they learn after a run in with Trampas it appears the prisoner has scarlet fever. Elizabeth and Holly Grainger find the prisoner stranded and inadvertently help him escape. The Graingers are concerned with contracting scarlet fever while Trampas helps two of the soldiers who have their own internal feud recapture the prisoner. However, Trampas is plagued with flashbacks of his own history with scarlet fever. Written by Anonymous

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Strange brew
2 May 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Rambling, grab-bag story tosses everything from trendy hallucinatory imagery to ancient comic buffoonery into the kettle. Strange brew that results is reasonably palatable, thanks in no small measure to Doug McClure. The versatile star plumbs deeper than ever before inside his Trampas character and shows off his athleticism with some nimble trick riding. Talented Tim McIntire portrays a bullying baddie with great relish, particularly when he's got the drop on Clay Grainger, played by his real-life dad, John McIntire. Albert Salmi and Michael Constantine have fun as bickering Army mules who cordially detest each other. Director E. Darrell Hallenbeck got appropriate preparation for offbeat material like this from his years as assistant director on "The Twilight Zone."


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