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Wagon Train: Last Circle Up

The end of the trail is marked by tempers flaring among the crew, a young couple deciding to marry in spite of their parents' disapproval, an old man fighting death, and Charlie Wooster entering the ladies stew-cooking contest.

Episode Info


Episode number: 7x32
Airdate: Monday April 27th, 1964



Guest Stars
Arthur SpaceArthur Space
As Dewhurst Jameson
Recurring
J. Pat OJ. Pat O'Malley
As Earl Calkins
Recurring
Karen Green (1)Karen Green (1)
As Heather Browne
Recurring
Kay StewartKay Stewart
As Priscilla Jameson
Recurring
Lane BradfordLane Bradford
As Kenny Stark
Recurring
Tim McIntireTim McIntire
As Dewey Jameson
Recurring
Joe De SantisJoe De Santis
As Samuel Moses
Naomi StevensNaomi Stevens
As Hannah Moses
Sharon DillonSharon Dillon
As Betsy Jameson
Tom SkerrittTom Skerritt
As Hamish Browne
Valora NolandValora Noland
As Rebecca Moses
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
This episode marked the final appearance of Denny Miller as Duke Shannon who didn't return for the series' final season.

This was the final episode to be filmed in color. The series returned to its original black-and-white format for its final season on the air. It also returned to its original run time of 60 minutes.



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