Wagon Train is an American Western television series that aired 8 seasons: first on the NBC television network (1957–1962), and then on ABC (1962–1965). Wagon Train debuted on September 18, 1957, and became number one in the Nielsen ratings.
Recently viewed. Wagon Train: With Frank McGrath, Terry Wilson, Robert Horton, John McIntire. Stories of the journeys of a wagon train as it leaves post-Civil War Missouri on its way to California through the plains, deserts, and Rocky Mountains.
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Wagon Train is an American Western television series that was produced by Revue Studios. The series was inspired by the 1950 John Ford film Wagon Master. It ran for eight seasons, with the first episode airing in the United States on September 18, 1957 () and the final episode on May 2, 1965 ().
After his parents are killed by whites, a boy is raised by a lone Indian. Years later when the wagon train stops nearby, the Indian tells the young man to join his people. But his previous experience and with the train make him hesitate.
S1.E1 ∙ The Willy Moran Story. Wed, Sep 18, 1957. Willy Moran, a drunk, is hired by a wagon as a driver. He is an army buddy of the Major, but is used as a fall guy by a member of the train who wants to rob it. When the battle starts, Willy uses his army skills to turn the battle.
4. The theme song changed three times While "Wagons Ho" is definitely the most recognized theme, it didn't come into play until the third season. The first theme was "Wagon Train," a song with no...