Concerned by one of the passengers on the wagon train, a woman doctor tries to help even though she's hampered further by everyone else who shuns her. Meantime an Indian chief needs doctoring and they don't believe in female medicine men.


(as Allen Miner)


(story) (as Harry Von Zell), (teleplay)


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Episode cast overview:
Flint McCullough (credit only)
Dr. Carol Ames Willoughby
Bart Grover (as Alan Marshall)
Hank Simmons
Tony Rock ...
Wounded Man
Ethel Shutta ...
Mrs. Parker


Major Adams is requested by the governor to pick up Dr. Carol Ames Willoughby and take her to Silver Creek. When Adams learns she is a doctor and by herself, he initially refuses but finally agrees to the request. She is late when she picks up one of the wagon train passengers Bart Grover at the hotel. He is drunk but she notices he is also very sick. He is an old friend of Adams who has been a drunk since the war. The doctor tends to him in her wagon trying to sober him up. Her attentions eventually brings a spark to him and a desire to live - sober. The train finds one man dead and another mortally wounded by Indians. The wounded man tells them they had a fight with Chief Black Elk. When the Indians arrive, Adams talks to them and learns Black Elk was shot in the shoulder and needs a doctor. Seth believes the wagon train's only chance is for him to try to save Black Elk. Upon hearing this the doctor decides to go with Adams. Black Elk needs surgery to remove the bullet but the tribe... Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

5 November 1958 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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