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Wagon Train: The Clementine Jones Story

Saloon singer Clementine Jones joins the wagon train after she's asked to leave a town by its better sort of folks. She finds herself traveling with a bumbling outlaw and an orphan boy.

Episode Info
Episode number: 5x5
Airdate: Wednesday October 25th, 1961

Special Guest Stars
Ann BlythAnn Blyth
As Clementine Jones
Dick YorkDick York
As Willie Maines

Guest Stars
Roger MobleyRoger Mobley
As Homer Pettigrew
Willard WatermanWillard Waterman
As Mayor
Frank WilcoxFrank Wilcox
As Marshal Nolan
Fred ShermanFred Sherman
As Dr. Snodgrass
Henry CordenHenry Corden
As Frank
Nestor PaivaNestor Paiva
As Gip
Main Cast
John McIntireJohn McIntire
As Christopher Hale
Frank McGrathFrank McGrath
As Charlie Wooster
Terry WilsonTerry Wilson
As Bill Hawks
Episode Notes
For the first of many Season Five episodes, Robert Horton is absent. Horton had already informed the show's producers that he would not re-sign his contract at season's end so they decided to gradually phase him out of the series.

This episode takes place in 1868.

Willard Waterman is best known for playing The Great Gildersleeve on radio and television.

Episode Quotes
Clementine: (to the townspeople) You're making a public spectacle of me and I don't like it.

Hale: Every time I hit this town a barn falls on me.

Homer: You're an outlaw.
Willie: That's kind of a hard way of puttin' it, Homer.

Clementine: How's your head?
Willie: Never better. It feels so good I can hardly stand it.

Homer: How'd you get into reform school?
Willie: Just comes natural. When you're born worthless it isn't hard to think of ways to get into reform school.

Clementine: Bad enough travelin' with an outlaw without him bein' a messy one.

Clementine: (to Willie) You sure were behind the barn door when the brains were passed out.

Episode Goofs
Anachronism: Willie mentions to Homer that he spent time in reform school during his younger days. Did they even have such things as reform schools during that time period?

Other Episode Crew

ProducerHoward Christie
Associate ProducerFrederick Shorr
Music SupervisorStanley Wilson
HairstylistFlorence Bush
Make-upJack Barron
Set DecoratorJohn McCarthy, Jr.  |  Ralph Sylos
Director of PhotographyWalter Strenge
Art DirectorHoward E. Johnson
Costume SupervisorVincent Dee
Music ScoreSidney Fine
Film EditorMarston Fay
SoundDavid H. Moriarty
Assistant DirectorEdward K. Dodds
Editorial SupervisorDavid J. O'Connell
Theme MusicJerome Moross
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