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  • The story is well acted and ends with a twist that makes it interesting

    • by Orrymain

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      This show, Wagon Train: The Myra Marshall Story, isn’t a huge favorite, but it’s still a good one. One of the neat things about the episode is that it sets up the viewer to think one thing, when it’s really something else. Back when this show aired originally, it wasn’t as predictable as parts of it might be today.

      Suzanne Pleschette

      is the main guest star and plays the title role of Myra Marshall, a somewhat neurotic woman who had been raised in a strict, religious household.. It’s her sister, Grace, though, that travels on the wagon train. Grace, played by Beveley Owen, has received a letter from Myra, begging her for help in the form of money. However, Myra ...

      • didn’t expect her sister to show up in person, which is what she does. Naturally, things aren’t exactly the way Myra has made them sound.

        Cooper Smith (Robert Fuller) accompanies Grace from the wagon train to the town where Myra is living with her husband, Vern (Charles Drake), the sheriff. Cooper isn’t sure what to think at first, but he does

        eventually figure it out.

        What this story is really about is drug addiction, but placed in a western setting. It’s a tragic tale really, especially when Grace continues to make excuses and refuses to see the truth.

        The story is well acted and ends with a twist that makes it interesting. There’s a hint of romance for the Fuller fans, too, and that always excites.

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