Wagon Train: Season 4, Episode 35

The Janet Hale Story (31 May 1961)

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After losing one of her children in an accident, a woman is bitter with the wagon train and plans to turn back east, while her husband wishes to continue west. Hale, trying to persuade her ... See full summary »

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Flint McCullough (credit only)
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Janet Hale
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Whit Martin
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Jeff Hale (as Bobby Hyatt)
Frank McGrath ...
Terry Wilson ...
Denny Miller ...
Duke Shannon (as Scott Miller)
Richard H. Cutting ...
Josh Hale (as Dick Cutting)
Claudia Bryar ...
Ada Hale
Robert Warwick ...
Wendy Winkelman ...
Marie Hale
Dennis Guernsey ...
Kathy Converse ...
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After losing one of her children in an accident, a woman is bitter with the wagon train and plans to turn back east, while her husband wishes to continue west. Hale, trying to persuade her to continue on, tells her the story of his own trip west with his family and the ensuing tragedy. Written by anonymous

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