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American Western series that aired on the NBC television network and then on ABC (1962–1965). Wikipedia

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    • In season six, Clay Grainger (played by John McIntire, who had previously portrayed the wagonmaster on Wagon Train), took over ownership after his brother John's apparent departure "on business".The Virginian (TV series)-Wikipedia
    • It was subsequently adapted into the long-running TV series Wagon Train (with Ward Bond reprising the title role until his sudden death in 1960).John Ford-Wikipedia
    • During 1960, Ford made his third TV production, The Colter Craven Story, a one-hour episode of the network TV show Wagon Train, which included footage from Ford's Wagon Master (on which the series was based).John Ford-Wikipedia
    • In early 1964, Roddenberry presented a brief treatment for a television series to Desilu Productions, calling it "a Wagon Train to the stars."Star Trek-Wikipedia
    • In October 1964, he appeared as a wounded ex-convict who is befriended by an orphan girl in "The John Gillman Story" episode of NBC's Wagon Train western television series.Bobby Darin-Wikipedia
    • Armed with this background, the first draft characterized the new show as "Wagon Train to the stars."Star Trek: The Original Series-Wikipedia

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