Wagon Train (1957–1965)
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The Steve Campden Story 

Flint must find a way to get the wagon train around a snow covered pass. On a scouting trek, he meets a father and son who are willing to help him but they want to hike up the mountain. The adventure ahead has surprises for them all.

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Major Seth Adams
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Flint McCullough
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Steve Campden II
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Lord Steve Campden
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Charlie Wooster
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Bill Hawks
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When a snow storm closes the pass, Flint scouts a different route. He finds a man Lord Steve Campden and his son Steve Campden II abandoned by their guides preparing to climb the mountain the train is trying to get around. They suggest Flint join them to get a view of the area and maybe find an open pass. A storm hits as they climb so they enter a cave they find. Inside it is a different world with narrow passages, deep caverns, and strange animals. Lord Steve is forced to climb down to rescue Flint who falls onto a ledge knocking him out. While bringing Flint and Lord Steve up, young Steve lets the rope slip breaking Lord Steve's leg. They set his leg but are unable to carry him out. Flint leaves for help while the Campdens fight over whether Young Steve is brave enough to join Flint. Young Steve has always thought of himself as a coward while his dead older brother was the brave son until Lord Steve reveals the truth. Young Steve finally joins Flint as the two make it over the ... Written by Anonymous

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13 May 1959 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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