Wagon Train: The Larry Hanify Story
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  • Unfortunately, he ended up being an outcast and it cost his career for many years

    • by Orrymain
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      From season three, Wagon Train: The Larry Hanify Story guest starred Tommy Sands. Sands was a popular singer and actor at this point. Unfortunately, he ended up being an outcast and it cost his career for many years. He just got involved with the wrong person. Here, his singing voice gets a chance to shine through. He sings a couple of

      times, and he’s just mesmerizing. He definitely had a nice pair of pipes.

      That said, his character (Larry Hanify) is pretty much a sorry excuse for a human being. Even offered a second chance to make good simply by not being bad, Hanify can’t pull it off. By the end of the show, he’s done all kinds of nasty things, including murder while ...


      • all the time proclaiming his innocence.

        I just learned something, too. I was intrigued by the actress who played a young woman on the wagon train. She had tried to get to know Larry Hanify, but in the end, he just scared her. She had a familiar quality to her but I didn’t recognize her, so I looked her up on the internet

        and discovered she’s the mother of actress Kimberly Beck. That explained some of why she looked so familiar. The other is that she’s in another episode of Wagon Train that is one of my favorites.

        I don’t particularly like Wagon Train: The Larry Hanify Story. It’s a Duke-centric storyline, and those aren’t big favorites for me as a rule. I loved Sands’ singing, though.




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