Wagon Train (1957–1965)
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The Marie Dupree Story 

A beautiful woman riding with the train likes flirting. When she gets mixed up with the wrong man, she strings along a boy on the train in order to make him jealous, playing one man's love against another's.

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Flint McCullough
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Marie Dupree
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Antonio 'Tonio' Gigli
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Wiley Howard
Nicky Blair ...
Julio Caserti
Grazia Narciso ...
Mama Caserti
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Charlie Wooster
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Bill Hawks
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Nathan Dupree
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Skipio
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Susie
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Bob Evans ...
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Pietro Vandero
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The gorgeous Marie Dupree is going west with her elderly father and servants. They have left a destroyed life in the south and Mr. Dupree has mental lapses. Wiley Howard who is leading a different train meets Marie while riding and he is an old friend of Adams. Marie falls for Wiley even after her father tells her is a hot tempered rogue. Wiley likes Marie but is unwilling to marry her. When Marie learns this, she turns her attentions to the young and naive Antonio who has always adored her. Wiley senses that Marie is taking advantage of Antonio and tells Antonio so. Antonio doesn't believe it until Wiley confronts Marie in front of Antonio telling her he will marry her and she tells the truth. Antonio confronts Marie and his actions put all three people in jeopardy. Written by Anonymous

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Western

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TV-PG
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19 March 1958 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Major Seth Adams: I get paid to worry, and I intend to earn my keep.
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Charleston charmer
23 March 2014 | by See all my reviews

Debra Paget plays the title role in this Wagon Train episode and channels a bit of Vivien Leigh, a bit of Bette Davis in playing a very willful southern belle traveling on Ward Bond's Wagon Train. Paget's from an old Charleston family that lost it all and she's traveling west with her father Raymond Greenleaf who is still in the ante-bellum south in his mind plus a former family house slave Sam McDaniel.

Along comes Robert Lowery who is very much like that other Charleston charmer Rhett Butler. Back in the day he fought several duels, now he sat out the war and got rich dealing with both sides. He takes one look at Paget and he's back in Charleston.

To put it short, he's not the marrying kind and she's a flirt. She starts turning on the machine for young Sicilian immigrant Nick Adams and let's say it could have ended worse.

Lowery has history with Bond and Bond is just trying to both stay clear of other people's romances and yet avoid a tragedy that is brewing rapidly.

Paget, Lowery, and Adams all deserve kudos for their performances.


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