Wagon Train: Season 6, Episode 19

The Naomi Kaylor Story (30 Jan. 1963)

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Hawks rides to the Kaylor ranch to buy horses for the wagon train. He finds that the owner John Kaylor has just died. His widow Naomi Kaylor and her foreman refuse to sell the horses at the... See full summary »

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Denny Miller ...
Duke Shannon (credit only)
Frank McGrath ...
Terry Wilson ...
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Naomi Kaylor
Fred Beir ...
Karl Blucher (as Frederick Beir)
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Grace Kaylor
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Tom Reade
James Bell ...
Charles Druten
Ben Pollock ...
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Hawks rides to the Kaylor ranch to buy horses for the wagon train. He finds that the owner John Kaylor has just died. His widow Naomi Kaylor and her foreman refuse to sell the horses at the price John had promised. Also, Naomi shows no sorrow over her husband's death, only wanting to inherit the ranch so she can sell it. But then she finds out that John willed the ranch not to her, but to his daughter. Written by rbecker28

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The Merry Widow of the plains
23 December 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The Wagon Train horses have gotten into some loco weed and have become useless and sick. John McIntire has a friend in a local rancher and he sends Terry Wilson with a letter of agreement to buy 50 horses at ten dollars a head with the cash to buy.

But Wilson arrives just in time for the man's funeral and to see a genuinely grieving daughter in Natalie Trundy and a trophy second wife in Joan Fontaine.

Fontaine has no intention of honoring that letter and neither does her boyfriend, foreman Fred Bier. They want far more money to pay for the expensive lifestyle she's become accustomed.

But lawyer James Bell brings news of a fresh will that leaves the ranch to Trundy and an allowance of 30 silver dollars a month for Fontaine to live on. I think her late husband was trying to tell her something.

Good thing Terry Wilson is around because a target goes right up on Trundy's back.

In the end a just punishment is given to Fontaine and the writers must have been familiar with British history and the story of Robert Carr, the Duke of Somerset.

On that cryptic note I commend this Wagon Train episode to you and for you to enjoy Joan Fontaine in this role. She's some piece of work.


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