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Wagon Train: The Maggie Hamilton Story

In a ploy for attention, spoiled brat Maggie Hamilton wanders off from the train and gets captured by outlaws. Flint tracks Maggie down and rescues her but she's not exactly grateful for his efforts.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 3x26
Airdate: Wednesday April 06th, 1960

Guest Stars
Susan Oliver (1)Susan Oliver (1)
As Maggie Hamilton
Leonard NimoyLeonard Nimoy
As Cherokee Ned
Les TremayneLes Tremayne
As H. J. Hamilton
Sylvia MarriottSylvia Marriott
As Marie Louise Hamilton
Orville ShermanOrville Sherman
As Slim
Frank WolffFrank Wolff
As Sam Bass
Main Cast
Ward BondWard Bond
As Major Seth Adams
Robert HortonRobert Horton
As Flint McCullough
Frank McGrathFrank McGrath
As Charlie Wooster
Terry WilsonTerry Wilson
As Bill Hawks
Episode Notes
Leonard Nimoy and Frank Wolff are a hoot in this episode as a pair of bickering outlaws. They're kind of Abbott and Costello on a drug trip.

Susan Oliver is one of two actresses to receive a spanking over the course of the series' run. The other would be Deborah Walley in The Nancy Styles Story which aired in Season 8.

Episode Quotes
Maggie: (to her parents) Just because you're a failure doesn't mean I have to live with these dirty people and smelly horses.

Bass: You got more whiskey in your veins than Cherokee. You raise your hand to me again and you'll join your ancestors in the happy huntin' ground.
Ned: The eagle will not go in the hole for the rodent.

Flint: You mean your daughter's in the habit of running off?
Mrs. Hamilton: Since she was a little girl.

Hamilton: (to Flint about Maggie) Don't treat her like a precious jewel. That's what started this idiocracy.

Bass: What were you doing running away from that wagon train?
Maggie: Picking daisies.
Bass: Keep your mouth shut or you'll be pushin' 'em up.

Ned: Women worse than whiskey for making trouble.

Maggie: (to Flint) It's just like my parents to send a brute to help me.

Flint: (to Maggie) You're gonna grow up all the way right now. (spanks Maggie)

They ought to have made a separate episode featuring Leonard Nimoy and Frank Wolf as their characters in this one. It would have been a real hoot.

Other Episode Crew

ProducerHoward Christie
Music SupervisorStanley Wilson
HairstylistFlorence Bush
Make-upJack Barron
Set DecoratorRalph Sylos
Director of PhotographyBenjamin H. Kline
Art DirectorHoward E. Johnson
Costume SupervisorVincent Dee
Film EditorEugene Pendleton
SoundDavid H. Moriarty
Assistant DirectorJames H. Brown
Editorial SupervisorRichard G. Wray
Theme MusicJerome Moross
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