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"Wagon Train" Trial for Murder: Part 1 (1960)

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Jean Holloway (written by)
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Original Air Date:
27 April 1960 (Season 3, Episode 29)
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When a well thought of member of the wagon train is found dead, Adams needs to prevent mob rule and make sure a lawful trial takes place. The accused who was not well liked is found passed out with the rifle used in the murder. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams

Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough (credit only)

Henry Hull ... Mark Applewhite

Marshall Thompson ... Bradley Mason
Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster
Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Murvyn Vye ... Mr. Miller

Henry Daniell ... Sir Alexander Drew
Melinda Plowman ... Eileen
Dennis Rush ... David Ivers
Claire Carleton ... Clara
Tyler McVey ... Henry Bevan
Ethel Shutta ... Mildred Anderson

Jon Locke ... Mr.Miller Son
Ron Hayes ... Mr. Miller Son
David Leland ... Mr. Russell
Tom McKee ... Archibald McAdoo
Ella Ethridge ... Abby Applewhite
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Walter Baldwin ... Eddie Blake (uncredited)
Foxy Callahan ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Art Felix ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Della Sharman ... Libby Carter (uncredited)
Rudy Sooter ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Ray Spiker ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Mary Treen ... Bessie Treymore (uncredited)
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Episode Crew
Directed by
Virgil W. Vogel 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jean Holloway  written by

Produced by
Howard Christie .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Benjamin H. Kline (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Marston Fay 
 
Art Direction by
Howard E. Johnson 
 
Set Decoration by
Ralph Sylos 
 
Costume Design by
Vincent Dee 
 
Makeup Department
Jack Barron .... makeup artist
Florence Bush .... hair stylist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
James H. Brown .... assistant director
 
Editorial Department
David J. O'Connell .... supervising editor
 
Music Department
Jerome Moross .... composer: theme music
Jerome Moross .... score
Stanley Wilson .... music supervisor
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Runtime:
60 min
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Continuity: When Charley and Bill are stetting up the tables for the court room, bill sets down and puts his feet up on the desk. In one angle both feet are on the edge. But at the other angle his left foot is propped on his spur.See more »

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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Murder on the trail, 18 September 2006
Author: bkoganbing from Buffalo, New York

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

There's been a murder done on the Wagon Train going west and being so far away from regular criminal justice machinery Ward Bond as wagonmaster has to improvise.

Fortunately he's got a pair of legal minds to help. A former British barrister in Henry Daniell and a retired professor of law in Henry Hull. With Bond as the judge, Daniell becomes prosecutor and Hull who's not been in a courtroom too much takes on the defense of the accused party.

The climax of the first half of the two part show is when the members of the Wagon Train are incited into a lynch mob. I remember to this day that Henrry Daniell and Henry Hull stood with rifles ready to defend both the prisoner and the anglo-saxon legal system they've devoted their lives to. One of the few times you ever see Henry Daniell in a good light.

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