Spoiled Nancy Styles, who claims to be the daughter of the owner of the company that owns the wagon train, is determined to get to Denver even though Hale has made it clear he plans to ... See full summary »

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Spoiled Nancy Styles, who claims to be the daughter of the owner of the company that owns the wagon train, is determined to get to Denver even though Hale has made it clear he plans to bypass the city. After paying back the young couple she was riding with by trying to steal the husband, she sets her sights on gullible young Barnaby, who is falling for her, and talks him into running away with her. Written by rbecker28

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22 November 1964 (USA)  »

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The boss's daughter
29 October 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Young Michael Burns takes center stage in this Wagon Train episode where Deborah Walley guest stars as a willful young woman determined to have her way.

Traveling incognito as Ryan O'Neal's sister on the wagon with his wife Marilyn Wayne, Walley is the daughter of the man who owns the company that John McIntire and the rest work for. She's one spoiled brat of a child who is running away from home to marry a man in Denver.

When Robert Fuller reports that Denver is snowed in, John McIntire reroutes the Wagon Train to Cheyenne. Not good enough for Walley who tries to seduce O'Neal into running away with her to Denver on horseback. When that fails she sets her sights on Michael Burns who is now thinking with his hormones over the first woman who gave him a look of love.

Both of them learn a couple of life lessons before the episode is over.


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