Wagon Train: Season 4, Episode 29

The Joe Muharich Story (19 Apr. 1961)

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Polish immigrant Joe Muharich tries to befriend and hopefully straighten out Johnny Kamen, a brash young man who doesn't take well to anyone giving orders to him. Joe has lost his wife and ... See full summary »

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Flint McCullough (credit only)
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Joe Muharich
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Johnny Kamen
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Terry Wilson ...
Susan Silo ...
Betty Whittaker
Stacy Harris ...
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Whittaker (as Tris Coffin)
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Efen Dirkin
Ken Mayer ...
Jonesy
William Mims ...
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Polish immigrant Joe Muharich tries to befriend and hopefully straighten out Johnny Kamen, a brash young man who doesn't take well to anyone giving orders to him. Joe has lost his wife and son to thugs, and now he reacts violently to any attempt to harass or intimidate him. When Johnny accidentally shoots a woman while reacting against drunken thugs, Joe tries to defend him. But the thugs who harassed Johnny then harass Joe and start fire to his wagon, causing Joe to react by shooting the men and killing one of them. Written by anonymous

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