The story of a wagon train and the hazards it faces on the journey from post-Civil War Missouri to California through plains, deserts and the Rocky Mountains. The Wagon Train is led by, gruff but good-at-heart Major Seth Adams (Ward Bond) backed up by his competent frontier scout Flint McCullough (Robert Horton).
Wagon Train Season 7 (1963-1964)
|7x01 The Molly Kincaid Story |
Molly Kincaid seeks her revenge upon the man whose cowardice resulted in her being taken prisoner by hostile Native Americans.
|Sep. 16, 1963|
|7x02 The Fort Pierce Story |
An Army colonel orders the wife of a subordinate officer to leave the fort with the wagon train.
|Sep. 23, 1963|
|7x03 The Gus Morgan Story |
Hale guides hard as nails railroad tycoon Gus Morgan through the mountains to try to find a passable route for Morgan's railroad.
|Sep. 30, 1963|
|7x04 The Widow O'Rourke Story |
Duke Shannon and Charlie Wooster are being held prisoner by an exiled Chinese and forced to work as slave labor. Cooper Smith arrives on the scene to rescue them and might be successful ...
|Oct. 07, 1963|
|7x05 The Robert Harrison Clarke Story |
Robert Harrison Clarke, a British journalist, decides that traveling with the wagon train would be a good place for him to learn about the wild west but his carelessness and naivete ...
|Oct. 14, 1963|
|7x06 The Myra Marshall Story |
Myra Marshall joins the wagon train in order to escape her unhappy marriage.
|Oct. 21, 1963|
|7x07 The Sam Spicer Story |
Outlaws Sam Spicer and Reno Sutton take Barnaby West hostage after robbing a bank.
|Oct. 28, 1963|
|7x08 The Sam Pulaski Story |
When New York street thug Sam Pulaski and his sister join the wagon train, Coop recognizes him as the leader of a gang that once robbed him and left him for dead.
|Nov. 04, 1963|
|7x09 The Eli Bancroft Story |
Outlaw Eli Bancroft and his no-talent assclown sons rob Coop's party and leave them stranded in the wilderness.
|Nov. 11, 1963|
|7x10 The Kitty Pryor Story |
Kitty Pryor is engaged to Victor Harpe but discovers that he's already married to another woman. Harpe is then found murdered and Kitty is convicted of the crime and sentenced to hang. ...
|Nov. 18, 1963|
|7x11 The Sandra Cummings Story |
Singer Sandra Cummings objects to her daughter's romance with Cooper Smith because she views him as the love 'em and leave 'em type.
|Dec. 02, 1963|
|7x12 The Bleeker Story |
Ma Bleeker and her gang join the wagon train disguised as farmers in order to gain entry into Fort Bridger and steal a deposit of gold being stored there.
|Dec. 09, 1963|
|7x13 The Story of Cain |
Prospector John Cain is so glad that the wagon train saved him from death by exposure in the desert that he offers to sell his shares in a gold mine to travelers. Then he changes his ...
|Dec. 16, 1963|
|7x14 The Cassie Vance Story |
Former convict Cassie Vance is the leading suspect in the theft of the savings of another passenger whose wife Cassie had been nursing.
|Dec. 23, 1963|
|7x15 The Fenton Canaby Story |
Fenton Canaby is no Bart Maverick. He's a wagonmaster who deserted his train and left his passengers to die of thirst in the desert. In an attack of conscience, Canaby turns himself ...
|Dec. 30, 1963|
|7x16 The Michael Malone Story |
Juli Holland falls in love with wagon driver Michael Malone but he has some secrets in his past.
|Jan. 06, 1964|
|7x17 The Jed Whitmore Story |
Respected sheriff Frank Lewis is revealed to be Jed Whitmore, a wanted outlaw.
|Jan. 13, 1964|
|7x18 The Geneva Balfour Story |
Pregnant Geneva Balfour starts a chain reaction which leads to a move to oust wagonmaster Chris Hale.
|Jan. 20, 1964|
|7x19 The Kate Crawley Story |
Wagonmaster Chris Hale gets engaged to freight line owner Kate Crawley but their wedding plans are put on hold by the unexpected arrival of a Native American war party.
|Jan. 27, 1964|
|7x20 The Grover Allen Story |
Grover Allen murders his tyrannical employer and flees the scene with his daughter-in-law and grandson. They join up with the wagon train but so does a detective.
|Feb. 03, 1964|
|7x21 The Andrew Elliott Story |
Duke Shannon is held for questioning by the Army as to why he returned alone after leading a party of six into the badlands.
|Feb. 10, 1964|
|7x22 The Melanie Craig Story |
Duke Shannon vies with three other men for the hand of attractive young widow Melanie Craig but she has her eye on a fifth man who's an avowed woman hater.
|Feb. 17, 1964|
|7x23 The Pearlie Garnet Story |
Scheming Pearlie Garnet gets herself kicked off the wagon train for theft but later ends up the richest (and most despised) woman in a western town.
|Feb. 24, 1964|
|7x24 The Trace McCloud Story |
When the wagon train stops to rest at a town called Bedrock, a series of murders occur. Is the culprit someone on the train or a townsperson?
|Mar. 02, 1964|
|7x25 The Duncan McIvor Story |
Lt. Duncan McIvor is puzzled when his commanding officer orders him to halt his investigation into recent thefts of military property.
|Mar. 09, 1964|
|7x26 The Ben Engel Story |
Harry Diel is saved from a lynch mob by Ben Engel, a man he once tried to rob.
|Mar. 16, 1964|
|7x27 The Whipping |
Barnaby West runs away after Bill Hawks gives him a spanking for getting out of line too much. Hawks is so upset by this turn of events that he begins making errors in judgment regarding ...
|Mar. 23, 1964|
|7x28 The Santiago Quesada Story |
Coop travels to a town where a mysterious band of outlaws has turned killing Comanches into a lucrative business.
|Mar. 30, 1964|
|7x29 The Stark Bluff Story |
Duke Shannon gets framed for murder when he tries to help a widow of a friend who's being forced to work for a ruthless saloon owner.
|Apr. 06, 1964|
|7x30 The Link Cheney Story |
Gambler Euchre Jones is reunited with his former protege, Link Cheney, on the wagon train but their reunion isn't one of good cheer.
|Apr. 13, 1964|
|7x31 The Zebedee Titus Story |
Hale gives washed up scout Zebedee Titus a job with the wagon train out of respect for his former glory but Titus' mistakes lead to Coop being captured by Native Americans.
|Apr. 20, 1964|
|7x32 Last Circle Up |
The end of the trail is marked by tempers flaring about the crew, a young couple deciding to marry inspite of their parents' disapproval, an old man fighting death, and Charlie Wooster ...
|Apr. 27, 1964|
Season 7 Characters
Season 7 Videos[none added]
Season 7 Quotes
|Season 7 / Episode 1: - The Molly Kincaid Story|
Barnaby West: Mr. Hale, is that how the Indians get a girl, just give her folks a couple horses?
Christopher Hale: Yep. Pretty pitiful, isn't it?
Barnaby West: Pitiful? Why, I thought Indians were supposed to be uncivilized. That's a great idea!
Christopher Hale: You're a young man. You and I better find a place to talk. Someplace quiet. With lots of birds... bees.
|Season 7 / Episode 5: - The Robert Harrison Clarke Story|
Christopher Hale: Mr. Clarke, I understand it rains a lot in England. Well, it just goes to show everybody's got problems. You've got rain, we've got Indians. Both can be most inconvenient.
Season 7 Trivia
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