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Wagon Train: The Baylor Crofoot Story

Baylor Crofoot consistently turns the other cheek when dealing with a bullying medicine man who's just joined the wagon train. Is it pacifist principles or cowardice?

Episode Info  

Episode number: 5x25
Airdate: Wednesday March 21st, 1962

Special Guest Stars
Robert CulpRobert Culp
As Baylor Crofoot

Guest Stars
John LarchJohn Larch
As Jethro Creech
Charles HerbertCharles Herbert
As Tad Holister
Leonard NimoyLeonard Nimoy
As Emeterio Vasquez
Joyce TaylorJoyce Taylor
As Ruth Creech
Main Cast
Robert HortonRobert Horton
As Flint McCullough
John McIntireJohn McIntire
As Christopher Hale
Frank McGrathFrank McGrath
As Charlie Wooster
Terry WilsonTerry Wilson
As Bill Hawks
Episode Notes
Robert Culp would go onto star in I Spy.

Robert Horton only has one brief scene in this episode.

Episode Quotes
Baylor: The smart man knows when to be afraid.

Creech:(to Baylor) You can't challenge me and just walk away.

Hale: Creech seems to be spoiling for a fight.
Baylor: Yeah, but he's not gonna get it. Not from me anyway.

Ruth: (to Creech) I know one thing. I can't ever be free of you by running. I gotta find me another way.

Creech: Take a lesson, boys. Don't put your trust in a dull-bladed knife or a cowardly man.

Wooster: (to Creech) You're gonna have to get up pretty early in the morning to fool a man like Mr. Chris Hale.

Baylor: I'm gonna marry your daughter if she'll have me.
Creech: Take her and the devil take you both.

Episode Goofs
In the climactic fight scene between John Larch and Robert Culp, Larch's stunt double looks nothing like him.

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
Film EditorGene Palmer
SoundMelvin M. Metcalfe, Sr.
Assistant DirectorGeorge Bisk
Editorial SupervisorDavid J. O'Connell
Theme MusicJerome Moross
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