Matt Rowland is determined to prevent Mormons from entering into Joshua City after he hears there is cholera aboard the wagon train. His son Tod begins to question his father's motives after he meets a young lady from the train.

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Matt Rowland
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Beth Lawson
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Tod Rowland
Michael Hinn ...
Adam Lawson
Joseph V. Perry ...
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Cole
Robert Griffin ...
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Matt Rowland is determined to prevent Mormons from entering into Joshua City after he hears there is cholera aboard the wagon train. His son Tod begins to question his father's motives after he meets a young lady from the train.

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15 December 1960 (USA)  »

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A wagon train is reported to have cholera.
11 August 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this discrimination episode, we have a wagon train of Mormons that approach a city and is stopped by some of the leaders. The town has got word that the wagon train has cholera and refuses to let the wagon train enter the city.

The Mormons advise that they do not have any disease and request that the town's doctor come and and check on them. When the doctor arrives he has already got with the town's leader, Matt Rowland, and whatever he finds- the doctor will claim there is cholera with the Mormons.

But there is one person in the crowd, Todd Rowland the son of Matt, that believes that the town is acting in haste. And when his father orders the crowd to start shooting the Mormons, it will be Todd that questions the actions of his father.

This is a routine story that is a feature in nearly all westerns. The episode was fairly done and the acting was top-notched. The only problem that the show was that it ended rather abruptly which felt like part of the story was missing. Would have been nice to see the results of actions that were taken by Todd - but it was not to be.


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