Liam Fitzmorgan has come from Ireland on a mission to kill an informer he believes is traveling with the train. However, his mission is complicated when he falls in love with his target's daughter.

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Major Seth Adams (credit only)
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Liam Fitzmorgan
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Laura Grady
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James Grady
David Leland ...
Michael McDermott
Terence de Marney ...
Ethan Carney (as Terence De Marney)
Sean Meany ...
Jamie Reagan
Michael Rye ...
Hanlon
Reggie Dvorak ...
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Frank McGrath ...
Terry Wilson ...
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Liam Fitzmorgan has been sent by rebels in Ireland to kill an informer who is a doctor. The doctor has traveled to the United States and Liam has heard he is on the Adams wagon train. Flint finds Liam stranded and dehydrated after his horse was injured. He quickly recovers and is taken in by a group of Irish who are on the train. There is no doctor on the train nor anyone going by the name Liam was given. He quickly becomes attracted to the Irish girl Laura Grady. The train is plagued with a lot of small thefts but no suspect has been found. Laura's dad notices that a black bag of his is missing - a doctor's bag. One of the Irishmen, Carney, is the thief and decides to blackmail Mr. Grady. Liam learns Carney has a black medical bag and confronts him thinking he is the doctor. Carney tells who the read doctor is and Liam confronts Grady but backs off on Laura's word and his love for her. Carney realizes he may be outed and shoots Liam in the back. However, his actions produce a result ... Written by Anonymous

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28 October 1958 (USA)  »

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Fenians go west
20 September 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

One of the most powerful Wagon Train episodes I remember from my youth was this one with Cliff Robertson as a Fenian rebel traveling on Ward Bond's Wagon Train. The man's been given an assignment, track down an informant who squealed on them and eliminate whoever it was.

Robert Horton brings in a starving and bedraggled Robertson into camp and places him with some Irish immigrants. Intelligence tip has told Robertson that his target is with this Wagon Train. But duty is interfered with when Robertson starts checking out Audrey Dalton, Rhys Williams's daughter. And there's Derrick DeMarney a rather sneaky individual whom you'd suspect just on looks and general principle.

Robertson gives a wonderful performance as a man on a mission and he handles the brogue very well. Don't miss this Wagon Train episode if shown especially if you're a Cliff Robertson fan.


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