Wagon Train: The Cliff Grundy Story
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  • What I like best is the ending because it's very cute
  • Grundy finally reveals where the gold mine is, and it's really sweet and amazing
  • This episode isn't totally enthralling but there are nice bits throughout, and I love the ending enough to give the overall show a good rating

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      Wagon Train: The Cliff Grundy Story was written by Aaron Spelling and involves the wagon train scout, Flint McCullough (Robert Horton) being stranded in the desert with a couple of the travelers. Survival is very tough. Before that, though, Flint and one of the travelers named Craig, played by Russell Johnson, come upon an old friend, Cliff Grundy, played

      by Dan Duryea. He keeps talking about a gold mine and maybe he’ll them in on it. Johnson becomes a bit of a bad guy when things gets tough out in the desert, and he just wants to know where the mine is. Grundy won’t tell. Instead, he does what he’s gone for doing — spinning tall ...

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        What I noticed a lot about Wagon Train: The Cliff Grundy Story is the overuse of very melodramatic music. I’ve noticed it before. Watching an early episode of Wagon Train like this is something like being an old theater and listening to the pianist strike menacing chords to match dramatic moves on the screen. It’s over the top.

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        I like best is the ending because it’s very cute. Grundy finally reveals where the gold mine is, and it’s really sweet and amazing. I won’t spoil it here in case you get a chance to see it.

        This episode isn’t totally enthralling but there are nice bits throughout, and I love the ending enough to give the overall show a good rating.




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