Wagon Train: Season 8, Episode 22

The Betsy Blee Smith Story (28 Mar. 1965)

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Coop comes to visit former girlfriend Eloise Blee, but finds Eloise gone, and instead winds up being talked into posing as her twin sister Betsy's missing husband and father of her baby daughter.

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Frank McGrath ...
Terry Wilson ...
Michael Burns ...
Jennifer Billingsley ...
Eloise Blee / Betsy Blee
Peter Whitney ...
Buster Blee
Jody McCrea ...
Calvin S. Brown
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Orville Sherman ...
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Coop comes to visit former girlfriend Eloise Blee, but finds Eloise gone, and instead winds up being talked into posing as her twin sister Betsy's missing husband and father of her baby daughter.

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The storekeeper's daughter
3 April 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Accent is on comedy as Robert Fuller nearly gets trapped into a marriage by just being a gentleman in this Wagon Train episode. Seems as though before he signed on to scout for John McIntire and the Wagon Train he was paying court to Jennifer Billingsley who plays two very beautiful twins. He promised he'd look up the one he liked.

But the other one gets married and her man leaves for West Point and then on the way gets shanghaied on a whaler. And now the other one who married on Calvin Smith Brown is looking to shanghai Cooper Smith in the role of father and husband. And her grateful father Peter Whitney makes him a partner in his general store.

Wagon Train scout Cooper Smith looks just great in a storekeeper's apron as all the Wagon Train crew comments.

To top it all off Jody McCrea playing the real dad shows up and things get even stickier.

A nice offering from Wagon Train's last season.


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