Trekking through the wilds of an untamed American West, 'Wagon Train' is led from post-Civil War Missouri towards California by wagon master Major Seth Adams (Ward Bond) and his scout, Flint McCullough (Robert Horton). Later episodes feature wagon master Christopher Hale (John McIntire) and his scouts, Duke Shannon (Denny Miller) and Cooper Smith (Robert Fuller), as they continue to navigate the dangerous terrain of the American frontier.
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