Wagon Train (1957–1965)
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The Nancy Lee Davis Story 

Flint stops in a saloon with Bill and Charlie where he learns the whereabouts of a man he's been hunting for years---to kill. Bill has to restrain Flint who lapses into recalling his fiancé Nancy Lee Davis and his search for her killer.it.

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... Flint McCullough
... Christopher Hale
... Bill Hawks
... Charlie Wooster
... Loretta
... Doc Shaw
... Pitts
... Hody
... Lace Andrews
... Hibbs
Kay Stewart ... Mrs. Davis
... Rafer (as Bob Anderson)
... The Sheriff
Lory Patrick ... Nancy Davis
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Flint along with Bill and Charlie stop in a empty saloon for a beer. Charlie asks the bartender if he would cut high card for the beers. The bartender tells them that is up to Lace Andrews instead of him. The name causes Flint to ask where Andrews is and when the bartender is slow to respond Flint nearly chokes him to death until Bill steps in to stop him and sends Charlie for Chris. Flint lapses into his memory where he recalls that eight years ago three men robbed his fiancé, Nancy Lee Davis, of their silver wedding gifts. During the robbery she is shot in a struggle and dies later in Flint's arms. He sets out on their trail. He is eventually wounded and nearly dies from an infection but is nursed back to health by Loretta, a saloon girl who falls in love with Flint. The wound causes him to lose the trail of the third man, Lace Andrews, until now.. Written by Anonymous

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16 May 1962 (USA)  »

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Flint McCullough's lost love
9 February 2018 | by See all my reviews

Granted that Wagon Train like so many shows back in the day was slipshod in its continuity, nevertheless Flint McCullough was always presented a casual love 'em and leave 'em with a string of women across the country he scouted. So in many ways when we learn about his former fiance who was murdered during a robbery in her southern mansion right before their wedding, a vengeful Flint McCullough was a bit of a jolt. He might track these rats down, but not with Nevada Smith like intensity.

But his bride to be Lory Patrick is killed by robbers who take the expensive silverware that was a wedding present. The three are George Keymas,Robert Anderson, and Keith Richards. And like Steve McQueen, Robert Horton gets them one at a time.

In the end his vengeance is somewhat abated. Nice story, but it didn't fit the Flint McCullough character.


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