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Wagon Train: The Liam Fitzmorgan Story

Irish rebel Liam Fitzmorgan joins the train hoping to find the traitor responsible for the capture and execution of several of his comrades. His mission is complicated when he falls in love with his target's daughter.

Episode Info
Episode number: 2x5
Airdate: Tuesday October 28th, 1958

Special Guest Stars
Cliff RobertsonCliff Robertson
As Liam Fitzmorgan

Guest Stars
Audrey DaltonAudrey Dalton
As Laura Grady/Tyrone
David Leland (1)David Leland (1)
As Michael Dermoth
Rhys WilliamsRhys Williams
As James Grady/Tyrone
Terence de MarneyTerence de Marney
As Ethan Carney
Michael RyeMichael Rye
As Hanlon
Reggie DvorakReggie Dvorak
As Lookout
Sean MeaneySean Meaney
As Jamie Reagan
Main Cast
Robert HortonRobert Horton
As Flint McCullough
Frank McGrathFrank McGrath
As Charlie Wooster
Terry WilsonTerry Wilson
As Bill Hawks
Episode Notes
Cliff Robertson would later win an Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance in Charly.

Ward Bond does not appear in this episode.

This episode takes place in 1867.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Sean MeaneyDear Molly 

Episode Quotes
Hawks: Charlie, I'm curious about one thing.
Wooster: What's that?
Hawks: What do you have that's worth stealing?

Liam: It's an odd thing about the touch of death on you. All the things that were important seem to blow away like dust in the sand.

Liam: (about his brother) He died.
Laura: For the cause?
Liam: No, consumption.

Wooster: Sure tickles me the way them Irish people are always singin'.
Flint: They can do a lot more than sing.

Liam: It's not an easy thing to swear an oath to kill a man.

Other Episode Crew

Associate ProducerBoris Ingster
Music SupervisorStanley Wilson
HairstylistFlorence Bush
Make-upJack Barron
Set DecoratorRalph Sylos
Director of PhotographyBenjamin H. Kline
Art DirectorHoward E. Johnson
Costume SupervisorVincent Dee
Film EditorBill Mosher
SoundDavid H. Moriarty
Assistant DirectorAbby Singer
Assistant To The ProducerRobert Eggenweiler
Editorial SupervisorRichard G. Wray
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