Wagon Train (1957–1965)
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Trial for Murder: Part 2 

When the deceased's wife arrives, the people on the wagon train learn that the murdered man has a dark past, and this could be a case of Cain & Abel - or perhaps something or someone in the dead-man's past came home-to-roost.





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Episode complete credited cast:
Flint McCullough (credit only)
Mark Applewhite
Bradley Mason
Leslie Ivers
Connie Gilchrist ...
Molly Cassidy
Sir Alexander Drew
Mr. Miller
Dennis Rush ...
Charles Ivers
Richard Cassidy
Eliott Drake

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As court reconvenes for sentencing, Applewhite asks to withdraw the confession and continue the trial as a new witness is available. Ivers' wife, Leslie Ivers, has joined the wagon train coming from San Francisco to meet her son and husband at his request. Adams grants Applewhite his requests allowing Applewhite time to prepare and allowing Leslie to speak to Mason. Applewhite questions the Cassidy family members and Eliott Drake about their relationships with Ivers. When Leslie Ivers testifies, she reveals that Ivers killed Molly Cassidy's husband and lead to Drake's father's death. Furthermore, she was first married to Mason who is Ivers' brother but her father annulled the marriage and forced her to marry Charles Mason (Ivers' real name) and Davy is Bradley Mason's son. Furthermore, a man sent to prison by Charles, Jed Fuller, threatened Charles causing him to go west. Bradley Mason takes the stand after realizing people had mistaken who threatened who during his argument with his ... Written by Annymous

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4 May 1960 (USA)  »

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Conducting the trial
18 September 2006 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

After facing down a lynch mob in Part One, Part Two is the business of the trial itself.

Henry Daniell proves to be one merciless prosecutor. His role as I remember is very much like George MacReady in Knock On Any Door. But Henry Hull proves that the law is not some ivory tower ideal. In an ending worthy of Perry Mason, Hull not only wins acquittal, but exposes the real murderer.

As Daniell shined in Part One, Hull takes over Part Two of this episode. You know he's going to have a thriving law practice out in California if he wants one.

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