Flint, seeking safe passage through the mountains, is shot and losing consciousness is dragged to a cabin. Nursed back to health, his savior finds the man who shot him was her husband and Flint had to kill him or be killed.





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Episode cast overview:
Annie Griffith
Cleve Colter
Blade Griffith (as Bob Anderson)
Michael Bachus ...
Mert Gunner


Flint is scouting for an open pass as cold weather and snow are closing in on the wagon train. He is ambushed by a man wanting his horse and is wounded before he kills his attacker. He continues on but when he encounters a group of Shoshone Indians, he is wounded again and loses his horse. A woman finds him and drags him back to her cabin where she nurses him back to health. However, she wants to trade Flint to the Shoshone for money and passage out of the wilderness. Adams sends Hawks and Wooster to track down Flint but although they find the cabin and talk to the woman, Annie Griffith, she denies Flint is there or has been seen. Adams is facing a possible mutiny on the wagon train as Cleve Colter pushes to turn back. Annie learns Flint killed her husband and although Flint doesn't realize it, she has a change of heart. Written by Anonymous

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25 February 1959 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Even in frontier buckskins
18 April 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

One of the more sexual of the Wagon Train episodes has Robert Horton scouting way ahead of the Wagon Train looking for a mountain pass before the snows set in. It's getting mighty cold up there. He faces two ambushes, first by a white man whom he has to kill and then by Shoshone Indians and he escapes them, but is wounded. A mysterious figure in buckskins takes Horton to a cabin.

The mystery is solved shortly and it's revealed to be Jan Sterling who even in frontier buckskins is quite a sight. When Frank McGrath and Terry Wilson ride by looking for Horton, Sterling denies ever seeing him and says so convincingly with her rifle for punctuation.

Things are starting to look grim at the Wagon Train also with Ward Bond facing a possible mutiny there with John Dehner the ringleader. Horton has a job, but Sterling has her needs after she learns the white man Horton killed was her husband.

Jan Sterling cuts quite a figure on the small screen in this Wagon Train story.

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