Wagon Train: The Kitty Angel Story
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  • The funniest thing about the story is how Horton walks into camp the first time with what is supposed to be the Indian baby

    • by Orrymain
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      From the second season of Wagon Train comes The Kitty Angel Story, and it’s a good one. It’s actually the fourteenth episode and it stars Anne Baxter as Kitty Angel. She’s awesome. She just lured me into this story like mad. You can tell quality when you get it in acting. This episode and several other black and white classics are part of the DVD release of the

      7th season color episodes. They’re part of the bonus DVDs that are included. I’ve already watched several, but this is the first one that really commanded my attention, and it’s all because of Baxter and her enormous talent as an actress.

      Here, Baxter’s Kitty Angel is about to be outcast from the wagon train when an orphaned Indian baby is brought to the wagon train by its scout, Flint McCullough (Robert Horton).


      • None of the self-righteous women want to take care of the babe, so Angel volunteers. She names the baby, Saturday Angel because he was brought to her on a Saturday.

        The angst comes when the baby develops Small Pox, and then so does Kitty Angel. The ending is just wonderful.

        The funniest thing about the story is how Horton walks into camp the first time with what is supposed to be the

        Indian baby. He holds it like a sack of potatoes. Back then, they just didn’t even pretend to take notice of things like that. Then there was a great physical fight between Baxter and Kathleen Freeman, who played a pain in the butt on the wagon train. That fight was awesome!

        Very nice show with a surprising ending; a classic that explains why Wagon Train endured through many seasons.




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