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

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, Jesse Hibbs, Bernard Girard, Sutton Roley, David Lowell Rich, Frank Arrigo, Bretaigne Windust, James Neilson, Tay Garnett, Mitchell Leisen, Robert Florey, George Waggner, John Brahm, Earl Bellamy, Abner Biberman, John English, James Sheldon, David Swift, Justus Addiss, Charles F. Haas, Aaron Spelling, Jack Arnold, James H. Brown, Don Taylor, Richard Whorf, Andrew V. McLaglen, Arthur Hiller, Richard Donner, Sydney Pollack, John Ford, Arnold Laven, Don Weis

Writers

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

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)
Frank McGrath Charlie Wooster (credit only)
Malcolm Atterbury John Bixby
Denny Miller Duke Shannon (credit only)
Ellen Atterbury Mrs. Bixby (as Ellen Hardies)
Irene Corlett Emily Hawks
Ethel Shutta Mrs. Parker

Producers

Howard Christie Executive Producer
Richard Lewis Executive Producer
Howard Christie Producer
Frederick Shorr Producer
Boris Ingster Producer
Richard Lewis Producer
Richard Lewis Producer
Ralph Dietrich Producer

Editors

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

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