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Wagon Train

What do you know about Wagon Train?
"Check Your Answers" at the end of the quiz.

Wagon Train Stars1) The series began in September 1957 as an hour series.  
It started on what network?

  1. WB

  2. ABC

  3. NBC

2) Who was NOT a star on Wagon Train?

  1. Ward Bond

  2. John McIntire

  3. James Drury

3) In 1961, Ward Bond died and was replaced. 
Who took Bond's spot?

  1. Lee J. Cobb

  2. John McIntire

  3. Robert Fuller

4) In 1962, the series moves to ABC-TV and the episodes are filmed in color.
What else happened to the series?

  1. Reduced to a half-hour series

  2. Expanded to a 90-minute series

  3. Remains an hour series

5) The show was based on the 1950 film directed by John Ford and starring Ben Johnson, Harry Carey Jr., and Ward Bond.
What was the film?

  1. Westward Ho!

  2. Wagon Master

  3. Fort Apache

6) What season did the show become the #1 rate TV show?

  1. 1961-1962 season

  2. 1958-1959 season

  3. 1964-1965 season

7) Who played scout Flint McCullough?

  1. Robert Fuller

  2. Robert Horton

  3. Ira Maple

8) Who played cook Charlie Wooster?

  1. Frank McGrath

  2. Terry Wilson

  3. Denny Scott Miller

9) One of Ward Bond's first movie was a Western starring his buddy John Wayne.
What was the movie?

  1. The Big Fix

  2. The Big Find

  3. The Big Trail

10) When pitching Star Trek to network TV executives in the mid-60s, Gene Roddenberry referred to his outer-space series as "a Wagon Train to the stars."

  • True or False?

Wagon Train

1) C.  2) C.  3) B.  4) B.  5) B.  6) A.  7) B.  8) A.  9) C. 10) True

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