Wagon Train (1957–1965)
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The Dan Hogan Story 

In a growing town, Seth meets a friend from his distant past. He remembers how they met and the circumstances bringing them west. When his friend's home is threatened, not ever wearing a gun surprisingly helps him rather than the reverse.

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Major Seth Adams
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Flint McCullough
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Dan Hogan
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Jason Rance
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Mary Hogan (as Judith Ames)
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Charlie Wooster
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Bill Hawks
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Marshal Ed Manyon (as Dick Cutting)
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George (as Nestor Pavia)
Simon Scott ...
Cliff Shields
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Luke
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Dr. Quade
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The Tinsmith
John Frederick ...
Frank Quinn (as John Merrick)
Dana Dillaway ...
Jenny Hogan
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When the train arrives in a small but wild town Adams finds an old friend Dan Hogan. Dan is a great boxer but refuses to wear a gun. He was a constable in New York City who has come west with his wife and family. Hs friend Cliff is in debt to Jason Rance who wants Cliff's cattle herd. The local Marshal wants Dan to be a deputy as he thinks he can control the town and Rance. Dan declines but when he takes a stand against Rance for Cliff, he finds himself facing Rance or leaving town. His wife convinces him to leave town much to the chagrin of Adams and the citizens of the town. Dan is at peace with his decision until he learns Cliff has been killed. Written by Anonymous

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14 May 1958 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Some things a man can't ride around
30 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

Guest stars take over this particular Wagon Train story. The title character of the Dan Hogan Story is played by Jock Mahoney who served with Ward Bond in the Civil War. Mahoney is from the East and was a prizefighter back there. Now he's a rancher who runs afoul of John Larch a neighbor who was bullying a friend of his. Larch is a fast gun and since the war Mahoney doesn't carry one.

Mahoney can barely shoot one as we learn and has fore sworn violence since his war experience. But as Randolph Scott said in one of his westerns there are some things a man can't ride around.

Mahoney settles it with Larch in his own manner for which you watch the story for. You'll see fine performances from Mahoney and Larch.


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