Wagon Train (1957–1965)
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The Clementine Jones Story 

Clementine Jones is in the process of being thrown out of a town when a bank robbery occurs. She ends up joining the Hale wagon train on a wagon with one of the bank robbers using it to escape who she was in love with in the past.





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Episode cast overview:
... Christopher Hale
... Flint McCullough (credit only)
... Clementine Jones
... Willie Pettigrew
... Bill Hawks
... Charlie Wooster
... Homer Pedigrew
... Mayor
... Gip
... Frank
... Nolan
Fred Sherman ... Dr. Snodgrass
... Cashier


Chris Hale and Bill Hawks ride into the small town of Cinnabar for some minor supplies. Chris does not have fond memories of the town as an accident happens to him every time he visits. As Chris goes to the bank for cash, he passes a large gather at the stagecoach office where the Cinnabar Purity League is gathered to force Clementine Jones, a very pretty saloon girl, to leave town on the next stage. Chris asking about the bank reminds her she has over $17 in the bank she wants to withdraw before leaving. As the entire group moves to the bank they interrupt two men holding up the bank and Chris while a third man Willie Pettigrew holds the horses. They force the robbers to flee as Chris shoots at one but instead hits Clementine in the rear leaving her with a sore scratch. The robbers split up planning to meet in Saunders. Willie finds a boy Homer burying his father and left alone with a wagon headed for California. He forms a partnership with Homer. They head back through Cinnabar ... Written by Anonymous

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25 October 1961 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Love makes a family
5 February 2018 | by See all my reviews

The Wagon Train regulars take a back seat to the guest cast in this story. A rather inept outlaw in Dick York, a saloon entertainer who was given the treatment Dallas got from the Pure Prairie League played by Ann Blyth team up with orphan Roger Mobley to make a family that joins John McIntire's Wagon Train out of convenience. Oh and there's also Roger's dog Rebel.

I did love this story it does show as I've seen in my life many times over that blood and formal marriage don't necessarily make a family. Love is the real essential ingredient and if these people don;t have it first, they sure develop it.

Minimum of violence, lots of comedy and heart in this Wagon Train episode.

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