Wagon Train (1957–1965)
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The Dora Gray Story 

Dora Gray has made some poor choices in her life. Just wanting to get to San Francisco, her latest one involves someone who sells army guns to the Indians and Flint finds himself right in the middle of it.

Director:

Arnold Laven

Writer:

E. Jack Neuman
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams
Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough
Linda Darnell ... Dora Gray
John Carradine ... Doc Lockridge
Mike Connors ... Lt. Miles Borden (as Michael Connors)
Dan Blocker ... Sgt. Broderick
Tyler McVey Tyler McVey ... Colonel
Richard James Richard James ... Private
Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster
Sandy Sanders ... Corporal
Craig Duncan Craig Duncan ... Second Private
Milan Smith Milan Smith ... Indian Warrior
X Brands ... Little Horse (as X. Brand)

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Storyline

Flint and Hawks find a man killed with new Army repeating rifles so Seth sends Flint ahead to scout for Indians. Flint finds Doc Lockridge camped with the stunning Dora Gray stating he is selling blankets. Dora is on her way to San Francisco. Flint camps with them overnight and while they sleep he discovers Doc has a load of Army rifles and he had been signaling to Little Horse his position. Flint takes them prisoner and heads them for the Fort but Doc escapes. Flint decides to take Dora to a smaller nearby outpost against her advice. At the outpost Flint learns the soldiers there traded the rifles to Doc and Flint is taken prisoner. The Lieutenant in charge takes Flint out to kill him but is interrupted by Little Horse looking for his rifles. Dora escapes the outpost looking for Flint and becomes trapped in the fight with the Indians beside Flint. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Western

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Trivia

Linda Darnell returned as Dora Gray in episode 39, "The Sacramento Story." See more »

Goofs

A few minutes into the story, Major Adams rides up to meet Hawks and McCoullough and just as they get together, standing on the ground behind the major, is a member of the crew. See more »

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Linda Darnell and John Carradine
6 January 2011 | by kevinolzakSee all my reviews

Episode 20, "The Dora Gray Story" starred Linda Darnell as a wanderer heading to San Francisco with Doc Lockridge (John Carradine), who trades liquor for army rifles, selling the arms to marauding Indians. Flint McCullough (Robert Horton) discovers the hidden rifles and takes them both captive, but the cunning Doc is able to escape when Dora diverts Flint's attention. Flint decides to take her to the nearest army post, unaware that they swapped their rifles for Doc's whiskey, and are forced to imprison Flint to maintain their secret. Among a fine cast, Mike Connors plays the lieutenant of the army post, and Dan Blocker plays the sergeant, but it's John Carradine who gives the best performance, meeting a bad end from the Indians who never got their rifles. Carradine rejoined Ward Bond, director John Ford, and John Wayne (billed as Michael Morris) in the 1960 episode "The Colter Craven Story," while Linda Darnell returned as Dora Gray in "The Sacramento Story." This was the last pairing of Carradine and Darnell, formerly at 20th Century-Fox, where they appeared together in "Brigham Young," "Chad Hanna," "Blood and Sand," and "Fallen Angel."


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 January 1958 (USA) See more »

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Production Co:

Revue Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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