Wagon Train: Clyde
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  • Unfortunately, there are some not so nice consequences, especially when a child gets hurt
  • The only thing I don't like is that the boy doesn't get reprimanded for causing the attack by Clyde

    • by Orrymain
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      Wagon Train: Clyde is from the fifth season of this western TV series. It’s a sort of comedy focused on the Charlie Wooster character. Wooster is the cook for the wagon train. He’s a colorful personality and just a good guy. He was played by Frank McGrath for the entire run of the series.

      In this episode, Wooster is adopted by a big buffalo that follows him everywhere. The animal had been ill, and Wooster nurses him back to health. He names him Clyde.

      Of course, having a buffalo as the wagon train relaxes for the evening isn’t comforting for many of the members of the wagon train, but it sure does make ...


      • for some funny moments. Unfortunately, there are some not so nice consequences, especially when a child gets hurt. However, it was the child’s fault. The boy was a troublemaker, and he’d poked Clyde.

        Wooster essentially runs away with Clyde, determined to head for California and make a home for the two of them. He doesn’t get

        too far when Clyde finds something better than Wooster — a female buffalo. So, we get a happy ending to a cute little story. The only thing I don’t like is that the boy doesn’t get reprimanded for causing the attack by Clyde.

        I was surprised by Wagon Train: Clyde. I liked it, in an odd sort of way.




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