Years after using her considerable charms to escape from a Confederate prison camp, singer Sandra Cummings joins the wagon train, along with her musical troupe and her daughter Paula. From ... See full summary »

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Years after using her considerable charms to escape from a Confederate prison camp, singer Sandra Cummings joins the wagon train, along with her musical troupe and her daughter Paula. From the time he first sees Sandra, Coop begins acting strangely, starting a relationship with Paula despite Sandra's excessive objections to her daughter seeing any men. Coop's behavior even starts to alienate Duke and others on the wagon train, and Sandra has her troupe members try to beat Coop up. The reasons for the attitudes of both Coop and Sandra are brought to light later. Written by rbecker28

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Rhonda sings, but nixes flings
14 June 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Beautiful Rhonda Fleming who was created for Technicolor is the guest star in this Wagon Train episode. She plays an entertainer who back in the Civil War was a Union spy. Now she has a daughter Cynthia Pepper and they've joined the Wagon Train with her musical accompanist John Archer and Fleming's general factotum, a blind but powerful Michael Conrad. There's an unusual bond between Fleming and Conrad and a brief prologue tells us why.

In any event Fleming is beautiful, but distrustful of all men and overprotective of Pepper in that regard to an absurd degree. Fleming causes a lot of problems on the train including coming between friends Robert Fuller and Denny Miller. There's also some bad history between Fuller and Fleming that also dates back to the Civil War.

Rhonda gets a couple of songs to sing, an added treat for this episode. A lot of dirty linen gets a much needed airing before this fine story is over.


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