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Wagon Train: The Santiago Quesada Story

Coop travels to a town where a mysterious band of outlaws has turned killing Comanches into a lucrative business.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 7x28
Airdate: Monday March 30th, 1964

Director: Virgil W. Vogel
Writer: Gerry Day

Special Guest Stars
Joseph WisemanJoseph Wiseman
As James Case/Santiago Quesada

Guest Stars
Edward BinnsEdward Binns
As Major Starbuck
Jena EngstromJena Engstrom
As Kim Case
Perry LopezPerry Lopez
As Lance Starbuck
Walter CoyWalter Coy
As Meacham
George KeymasGeorge Keymas
As Stitch
Morgan WoodwardMorgan Woodward
As Jute Pardee
Kay StewartKay Stewart
As Mrs. Reid
Sandy SandersSandy Sanders
As Joe
William PhippsWilliam Phipps
As Sgt. Reardon
Nina RomanNina Roman
As Anitra
Main Cast
John McIntireJohn McIntire
As Christopher Hale
Robert FullerRobert Fuller
As Cooper Smith
Frank McGrathFrank McGrath
As Charlie Wooster
Terry WilsonTerry Wilson
As Bill Hawks
Denny MillerDenny Miller
As Duke Shannon
Michael Burns (1)Michael Burns (1)
As Barnaby West
Episode Notes
Joseph Wiseman is best known as the title role in Dr. No, the first James Bond movie.

John McIntire does not appear until about 45 minutes into this episode.

Episode Quotes
Wooster: (to Barnaby) Blabbermouth! When are you gonna learn not to tell everything you know?

Lance: To love a woman is to do what's best for her.

Case: (to Kim) If that Indian ever puts his hands on you again I'll kill him.

Wooster: You oughta tell me when you're bringin' friends home to supper.
Coop: Charlie, I never knew you'd be so inhospitable about your cookin'.

Case: (to Coop) Show me the law that says it's a crime to kill Indians.

Kim: (to Case) You're worse than the Indians you call savages.

Case: A lot of white people are still wearin' their hair because of Santiago Quesada.
Meacham: A lot of 'em are dead because of him too.

Cultural References
Quanah Parker, mentioned in this episode, was the son of a Comanche warrior and captured white woman who later became a chief of the Comanche tribe. The search for his captured mother became the subject of the classic 1956 Western The Searchers.

Other Episode Crew

ProducerHoward Christie
Associate ProducerFrederick Shorr
Music SupervisorStanley Wilson
HairstylistFlorence Bush
Make-upJack Barron
Set DecoratorJohn McCarthy, Jr.  |  Ralph Sylos
Director of PhotographyJohn L. Russell
Art DirectorHoward E. Johnson
Costume SupervisorVincent Dee
Film EditorGene Palmer
SoundMelvin M. Metcalfe, Sr.
Assistant DirectorEdward K. Dodds
Editorial SupervisorDavid J. O'Connell
Color CoordinatorRobert Brower
Theme MusicJerome Moross
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