Wagon Train (1957–1965)
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The Sacramento Story 

At the end of a long journey, lives were lost. Some made it with their dreams intact. Flint tries to help two of the passengers with theirs and almost bites off too much. Politics are involved as well as unsolicited trips to the Far East.


Richard Bartlett


Thomas Thompson




Episode cast overview:
Ward Bond ... Major Seth Adams
Robert Horton ... Flint McCullough
Linda Darnell ... Dora Gray Fogelberry
Marjorie Main ... Cassie Tanner
Dan Duryea ... Cliff Grundy
Margaret O'Brien ... Julie Revere
Reed Hadley ... Mort Galvin
George Chandler ... Cleveland 'Clee' McMasters
Harvey Stephens ... Maxwell Revere
Roscoe Ates ... Old Timer
Robert Keys Robert Keys ... First Thug
Betty Utey Betty Utey ... Saloon Girl (as Betty Uttey)
Pete Dunn ... Second Thug
Terry Wilson ... Bill Hawks
Frank McGrath ... Charlie Wooster


The wagon train has reached Sacramento and is preparing to disband. Julie Revere and her mortally ill father have made it and Mr. Revere wants to see the land he bought when he was in California previously. Julie with the aid of Flint finds the property which had been prime farm land flooded with mud due to hydraulic mining up river. Flint and Julie take Mr. Revere to see his "land". It is a different piece of property but upon seeing it Mr. Revere dies. Mr. Revere bought the property from Mort Galvin who owns much of the town including the hydraulic mines. Flint confronts Galvin but he has Flint carted away and shipped to San Francisco to be put on a China bound ship. Friends Flint met on the wagon train trip help rescue him and confront Galvin.

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Drama | Western








Release Date:

25 June 1958 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Revue Productions See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


'Majorie Main''s final acting performance. See more »


The ship mentioned, the "Delta Queen", wasn't built until 1927. See more »

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Wow! What a cast to wrap up the last show of the first season!
7 September 2011 | by jennyp-2See all my reviews

My partner and I have been enjoying watching again this great old program that we grew up watching in the early 1960s. Good old fashion storytelling with a mix of old stars and interesting stories. Like William S. Hart the silent film star said of westerns, you could tell all of Shakespeare stories in an old west setting. This particular show was a season ending wrap with several "special guest stars" including: Linda Darnell, Marjorie Main, Dan Duryea, Margaret O'Brien, Roscoe Ates, and George Chandler! If you get a chance see it with the whole family and explain to the young ones who the old ones once were in the hey day of Hollywood's Golden Era.

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