Wagon Train

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Wagon Train is an American Western series that aired on the NBC television network, 1957–1962 and then on the lower rated newer American Broadcasting Company (ABC), 1962–1965. Wagon Train first aired on September 18, 1957 and would eventually place... read more

Wagon Train is an American Western series that aired on the NBC television network, 1957–1962 and then on the lower rated newer American Broadcasting Company (ABC), 1962–1965. Wagon Train first aired on September 18, 1957 and would eventually place the TV show in the number one spot in the Nielsen ratings. The series format attracted big name guest stars who would appear in major roles as travelers in the large wagon train or in the settlements they passed by or visited. It initially starred veteran movie supporting actor Ward Bond as the wagon master, later replaced upon his death in 1960 by John McIntire, and Robert Horton as the scout, subsequently replaced by Scott Miller and Robert Fuller.'

Original Release

09/18/1957 on ABC

US Release

09/18/1957

Cast

Frank McGrath Charlie Wooster
Terry Wilson Bill Hawks
Robert Horton Flint McCullough
John McIntire Christopher Hale
Ward Bond Major Seth Adams
Robert Horton Flint McCullough (credit only)
Denny Miller Duke Shannon
Denny Miller Duke Shannon (as Scott Miller)
Robert Fuller Cooper Smith
Michael Burns Barnaby West
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 The Bob Stuart Story Sunday, 20 September 1964
2 The Hide Hunters Sunday, 27 September 1964
3 The John Gillman Story Sunday, 04 October 1964
4 The Race Town Story Sunday, 11 October 1964
5 The Barbara Lindquist Story Sunday, 18 October 1964
6 The Brian Conlin Story Sunday, 25 October 1964
7 The Alice Whitetree Story Sunday, 01 November 1964
8 Those Who Stay Behind Sunday, 08 November 1964
9 The Nancy Styles Story Sunday, 22 November 1964
10 The Richard Bloodgood Story Sunday, 29 November 1964
11 The Clay Shelby Story Sunday, 06 December 1964
12 Little Girl Lost Sunday, 13 December 1964
13 The Hector Heatherton Story Sunday, 20 December 1964
14 The Echo Pass Story Sunday, 03 January 1965
15 The Chottsie Gubenheimer Story Sunday, 10 January 1965
16 The Wanda Snow Story Sunday, 17 January 1965
17 The Isaiah Quickfox Story Sunday, 31 January 1965
18 Herman Sunday, 14 February 1965
19 The Bonnie Brooke Story Sunday, 21 February 1965
20 The Miss Mary Lee McIntosh Story Sunday, 28 February 1965
21 The Captain Sam Story Sunday, 21 March 1965
22 The Betsy Blee Smith Story Sunday, 28 March 1965
23 The Katy Piper Story Sunday, 11 April 1965
24 The Indian Girl Story Sunday, 18 April 1965
25 The Silver Lady Sunday, 25 April 1965
26 The Jarbo Pierce Story Sunday, 02 May 1965
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Directors

Virgil W. Vogel, Joseph Pevney, Jerry Hopper, Allen H. Miner, Herschel Daugherty, David Butler, Dick Moder, Richard Bartlett, Mark Stevens, Ted Post, William Witney, R.G. Springsteen, Sidney Lanfield, Christian Nyby, Sutton Roley, Bernard Girard, David Lowell Rich, Frank Arrigo, Jesse Hibbs, Tay Garnett, Bretaigne Windust, James Neilson, Earl Bellamy, Mitchell Leisen, Abner Biberman, George Waggner, Robert Florey, John Brahm, David Swift, Richard Whorf, Charles F. Haas, James Sheldon, Don Taylor, Justus Addiss, John Ford, Aaron Spelling, Richard Donner, Sydney Pollack, Jack Arnold, Andrew V. McLaglen, Arthur Hiller, Don Weis, James H. Brown, John English, Arnold Laven

Writers

Norman Jolley, Jean Holloway, Gene L. Coon, Leonard Praskins, Allen H. Miner, John McGreevey, Steven Ritch, Harold Swanton, Peter Germano, Thomas Thompson, Gerry Day, Robert Libott, Howard Christie, Calvin Clements Sr., Dwight Newton, William Raynor, Sloan Nibley, John Kneubuhl, Myles Wilder, Aaron Spelling, Harry von Zell, Ted Sherdeman, Floyd Burton, James A. Parker, William Fay, Milton Krims, Frank W. Marshall, Lou Shaw, Kathleen Hite, Peggy O'Shea, Leo Townsend, Robert E. Thompson, E. Jack Neuman, Richard Bartlett, Virgil W. Vogel, Peter Barry, Ken Kolb, Paul King, Dick Nelson, Warren Wilson, Jane Klove, Boris Ingster, John Dunkel, Betty Andrews, Joseph Stone, Philip MacDonald, Richard Collins, Richard Maibaum, Jeffrey Shorling, Arthur Browne Jr., David Swift, Dorothy M. Johnson, Hendrik Vollaerts, Vince Giffoni, Leo Lieberman, Sheldon Bonnewell, Palmer Thompson, Prentiss Combs, Earl Hamner Jr., Paul Hayward, Turnley Walker, Howard R. Evans, Lester Dent, Sutton Roley, Walter Wagner, Theodore Ferro, Mathilde Ferro, Gary Munn, A.O. Van Zant, Winston Miller, James Gunn, Dale Eunson, Emmett Roberts, Ken Trevey, Frank Phares, Berne Giler, Doris Hursley, Frank Hursley, Bloise N. Coon, Paul David, William Douglas Lansford, Robert M. Fresco, Lee Karson, Louis S. Peterson, William R. Cox, Donald S. Sanford, Lawrence B. Marcus, Helen Cooper, Tony Paulson, Kermit Shelby, Charles Dickens, Burt Arthur, Frank Waldman, Harry W. Junkin, Eric Norden, Stanley Dyrector, Bob Barbash, Teddi Sherman, Paul Savage, Katherine Albert, Oliver Crawford, Stanley Kallis, Dana Wynter, Frank Chase, Robert Florey, William F. Leicester, Adrian Spies, Meyer Dolinsky, Sheldon Stark, Halsted Welles, Lester Wm. Berke, Terry Wilson, Jane Austen, Martin Berkeley, Clarke Reynolds, Gilbert Roland, Alford Van Ronkel, Frank L. Moss, Nat Tanchuck, Halsey Melone, Pat Fielder, Harry Brown, William Fay, Budd Arthur, Donald Gorman, Fred Cassidy, Marje Blood, Jack Curtis

Cast

Frank McGrath Charlie Wooster
Terry Wilson Bill Hawks
Robert Horton Flint McCullough
John McIntire Christopher Hale
Ward Bond Major Seth Adams
Robert Horton Flint McCullough (credit only)
Denny Miller Duke Shannon
Denny Miller Duke Shannon (as Scott Miller)
Robert Fuller Cooper Smith
Michael Burns Barnaby West
John McIntire Christopher Hale (credit only)
Ward Bond Major Seth Adams (credit only)
Robert Fuller Cooper Smith (credit only)
Terry Wilson Bill Hawks (credit only)
Malcolm Atterbury John Bixby
Frank McGrath Charlie Wooster (credit only)
Ethel Shutta Mrs. Parker
Irene Corlett Emily Hawks
Ellen Atterbury Mrs. Bixby (as Ellen Hardies)
Chick Hannan Wagon Train Member

Producers

Editors

Gene Palmer, Marston Fay, John Hall, Tony Martinelli, Buddy Small, Lee Huntington, Bill Mosher, Edward Haire, Daniel A. Nathan, Milton Shifman, Duncan Mansfield, Robert Seiter, Eugene Pendleton, George Jay Nicholson, Edward A. Biery, Richard Belding, Danny B. Landres, Carl Pingitore, Stanley Rabjohn, William W. Moore, John Blunk, Stanford Tischler, Sam E. Waxman, Richard G. Wray, John C. Fuller, Roy V. Livingston, Irving M. Schoenberg, Edward W. Williams, Douglas Stewart

1962EmmyOutstanding Achievement in Cinematography for Television Nominated
1962EmmyOutstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Television Nominated
1961EmmyOutstanding Achievement in Cinematography for Television Nominated
1959EmmyBest Western Series Nominated
1958EmmyBest New Program Series of the Year Nominated
1958EmmyBest Dramatic Series with Continuing Characters Nominated
1958EmmyBest Art Direction Nominated
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