Wagon Train T V Series

Wagon Train T V Series

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Westerns Fan

Arlington, TX

#1 Dec 11, 2011
Does anyone know if the old Wagon Train TV series is being aired on any tv stations?
Westerns Fan

Arlington, TX

#2 Dec 11, 2011
BTT
tv notes

Paris, TX

#3 Dec 11, 2011
Westerns Fan wrote:
Does anyone know if the old Wagon Train TV series is being aired on any tv stations?
Do know that one of the 'cowhands' that appeared on the series still lives here in Paris.
western

Paris, TX

#4 Dec 11, 2011
It is on the western channel #604 Suddenlink 445 weekdays
Westerns Fan

Arlington, TX

#5 Dec 11, 2011
western wrote:
It is on the western channel #604 Suddenlink 445 weekdays
Thank You!!

“This too shall pass”

Since: Aug 09

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#6 Dec 11, 2011
They're going to start airing Rawhide soon. I really liked that one too. Of course Gunsmoke will remain my favorite. James Arness was a quality man.

“Illegitimi non carborundum”

Since: Apr 10

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#7 Dec 11, 2011
You can buy several of the seasons on DVD.
Wagons Ho

Paris, TX

#8 Dec 11, 2011
tv notes wrote:
<quoted text>
Do know that one of the 'cowhands' that appeared on the series still lives here in Paris.
Is he well known?
Westerns Fan

Arlington, TX

#9 Dec 11, 2011
DazzleDat wrote:
You can buy several of the seasons on DVD.
Thanks. I was thinking about getting one of the 5 pk dvd's for a Christmas present for someone but thought I would check first to see if they are being aired on any stations. If they are, then I will get something else instead. Just didn't want to get him something that he could watch on tv. lol
Westerns Fan

Arlington, TX

#10 Dec 11, 2011
I loved the ones with Ward Bond.

Liked Rawhide too. Loved to hear Frankie laine singing " Roll'em".

Wish they would bring westerns back.
Jess

Burnet, TX

#11 Dec 11, 2011
Westerns Fan wrote:
I loved the ones with Ward Bond.
Liked Rawhide too. Loved to hear Frankie laine singing " Roll'em".
Wish they would bring westerns back.
Just get your fatt azz spouse and coat them with flour, Then sing roll" em. You could call it Lard train.
tv notes

Paris, TX

#12 Dec 11, 2011
Wagons Ho wrote:
<quoted text>Is he well known?
Harold Adams.

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Since: Aug 09

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#13 Dec 11, 2011
Westerns Fan wrote:
<quoted text>Thanks. I was thinking about getting one of the 5 pk dvd's for a Christmas present for someone but thought I would check first to see if they are being aired on any stations. If they are, then I will get something else instead. Just didn't want to get him something that he could watch on tv. lol
You probably already know this, but you have to have the box to get that channel.
i know

Fort Worth, TX

#14 Dec 11, 2011
Westerns Fan wrote:
Does anyone know if the old Wagon Train TV series is being aired on any tv stations?
you can also finds all sorts of older series on Netflix.
tv notes

Paris, TX

#15 Dec 12, 2011
tv notes wrote:
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Harold Adams.
Should also note that there is more than one Harold Adams in Paris. The one I'm talking about used to have Adams TV service for many years. Harold still comes in Ward's cafe (across from PJC) from time to time. He loves to talk about the old shows and even gave me a picture of Ward Bond sitting in a wagon and Robert Horton (beside the same wagon) sitting in a brand new Edsel convertible.

If you are a western TV show fan, look him up. He's really interesting to talk to and there are very few of these guys left in the world.

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#16 Dec 12, 2011
I did some reading up on Ward Bond and Robert Horton once. Did you know that that beautiful Appaloosa that Horton rode in the shows some was his personal horse? He bought from someone at a rodeo once. It was one fine horse.
Lexicon

Baton Rouge, LA

#17 Dec 12, 2011
Thanks for invoking memories of a show I enjoyed a lot. I pulled up a list of cast members, I didn't spot Harold Adams but was amazed at the "guest" actors that appeared on the show. It was a who's who of people that went on to be big stars, i.e. John Wayne listed under his real name of Michael Morrison, Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine and on and on. Here is an episode list link that lists a lot of the people.

http://www.fiftiesweb.com/wt/wagon-train-ep3....

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#18 Dec 12, 2011
Lexicon wrote:
Thanks for invoking memories of a show I enjoyed a lot. I pulled up a list of cast members, I didn't spot Harold Adams but was amazed at the "guest" actors that appeared on the show. It was a who's who of people that went on to be big stars, i.e. John Wayne listed under his real name of Michael Morrison, Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine and on and on. Here is an episode list link that lists a lot of the people.
http://www.fiftiesweb.com/wt/wagon-train-ep3....
Bette Davis, one of my favorites, was on it as well.

Also, The Virginian had lots and lots of future well known stars too. Even Robert Redford.
tv notes

Paris, TX

#19 Dec 12, 2011
Lexicon wrote:
Thanks for invoking memories of a show I enjoyed a lot. I pulled up a list of cast members, I didn't spot Harold Adams but was amazed at the "guest" actors that appeared on the show. It was a who's who of people that went on to be big stars, i.e. John Wayne listed under his real name of Michael Morrison, Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine and on and on. Here is an episode list link that lists a lot of the people.
http://www.fiftiesweb.com/wt/wagon-train-ep3....
Mr. Adams was a 'extra' on the show(s) and I don't know how to find a listing any of their names.

Did you know that Ward Bond was only 57 years old when he died in Dallas, Texas in 1960.

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#20 Dec 12, 2011
Ward Bond was the policeman Bert in It's a Wonderful Life.

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