Coop accompanies Grace Marshall to visit her sister Myra whom, traumatized by an upbringing by an abusive father, Grace finds living a life of addiction and infidelity for which Grace wrongfully blames husband Vern.

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Bill Hawks (credit only)
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Duke Shannon (as Scott Miller)
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Myra Marshall
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Marshal Vern Rothman
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Grace Marshall
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Colin Brenner
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Rev. Philip Marshall
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Joe
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Cal Williams (as Sid Clute)
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Coop accompanies Grace Marshall to visit her sister Myra whom, traumatized by an upbringing by an abusive father, Grace finds living a life of addiction and infidelity for which Grace wrongfully blames husband Vern.

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21 October 1963 (USA)  »

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During the time period when the show is set, lighting was either by gas jet or kerosene lamp. However when Cooper enters the saloon, there is an ornate lamp on the table to his left with an obvious electrical cord strung down to the wall. See more »

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Detached to accompany
17 May 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This episode of Wagon Train has Robert Fuller detached to accompany Beverly Owen to a small town where her sister Suzanne Pleshette and husband Charles Drake live. But this is one strange marriage as Pleshette is a wild child who works in the town saloon owned by Rex Reason and Drake is the sheriff. As you can imagine he's not held in high esteem.

For reasons that the story doesn't ever flush out, Owen blames Drake for what has become of Pleshette. There is a flashback that shows clearly who is to blame for both of these women as they are. They were raised by a Puritanical preacher father Dayton Lummis. Owen has her own issues as well. Where as Pleshette became a trollop, Owen is frigid. Pleshette also has another problem which I won't get into.

Definitely not one of the better Wagon Train episodes.


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