Wagon Train: Little Girl Lost
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  • I think it was perhaps their strange attempt at a Christmas tale since the story aired in Mid-December of 1964
  • The problem is, it's the summertime and the girl doesn't belong to anyone on the wagon train

    • by Orrymain
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      Wagon Train: Little Girl Lost is a story from the final season of Wagon Train. It’s a little unusual for a western to have this type of story. I think it was perhaps their strange attempt at a Christmas tale since the story aired in Mid-December of 1964.

      The focus is on


      a little girl who is crying. She’s cold and afraid. The problem is, it’s the summertime and the girl doesn’t belong to anyone on the wagon train. She seems to have a connection to Charlie, who is determined to figure out what is going on.

      Little Robin is played by Eileen ...


      • Baral. She does it beautifully, with innocence, vulnerability, and the right amount of cuteness. You just have to love her.

        Eventually, there is a tie-in with the Donner tragedy, but I don’t want to spoil the outcome by saying exactly what it is. I will say that I was crying at

        the end because it’s just very emotional, tugging on my heartstrings.

        Wagon Train: Little Girl Lost is pretty much an in-house story, meaning it’s basically just the regulars and Robin. In my mind, that’s a Christmas treat in itself.

        If you get a chance, watch this episode. It’s a nice change of pace for the western.




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