The Virginian (1962–1971)
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Woman from White Wing 

A man at the unfinished White Wing cabin on Shiloh asks Judge Garth to meet him. Garth tells The Virginian the troubled history of his arrival at Shiloh. Garth's future with Betsy is threatened by the man and his desire for revenge.

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Frank Dawson
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Wid
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Jesse
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The Senator
Jan Stine ...
Eddie
George Dunn ...
Biggs
Arnold Lessing ...
Mickey
Darrell Howe ...
Ranch Hand
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Frank Dawson and two escaped convicts show up at Shiloh at an unfinished cabin called White Wing. Frank, his wife Annie, another man named Ben Church and Garth came west together planning to settle in Wyoming. When they became lost on the trail with no water, Ben died and Frank became seriously ill. Garth took Frank's wife who was pregnant on to search for help. They found help but when Garth returned Frank was gone and Garth never found him. Frank was rescued but was out of his mind with heat sickness and shot a man resulting in a 20 year prison sentence in Texas. He has escaped after hearing about Garth's success in Wyoming. Frank has come to Wyoming looking for revenge while his cell mates want a big payday. Frank threatens Garth but is slow to make any demands as he wants Garth to worry while knowing Garth won't turn him into the law. He eventually tells Garth he wants Betsy but she is missing as she has ridden to White Wing into the hands of Frank's friends who decide to hold her... Written by Anonymous

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26 September 1962 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The first two Senators from Wyoming were Francis E. Warren and Joseph M. Carey. Both were first elected in 1890 four months after Wyoming entered the Union. Warren stepped down from office in 1893. Warren had been the first Governor of Wyoming until becoming a Senator (he was the territorial Governor prior to statehood). He was the last Civil War veteran to serve in the US Senate, and a medal of honor recipient from his actions during the war. He returned to the Senate in 1895 by beating Carey for his seat. Warren served in the Senate until his death at age 85 in 1929. Carey only served one term, but became the 8th Governor of Wyoming in 1911 where he again served one term. See more »

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