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Adventures of a wagon train traveling from Missouri to California.

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Seth's distant cousin wants to start his own wagon train.
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Mickey Rooney stars as a traveler whose journey West is filled with several mishaps.
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A medicine man and his performing lion join the wagon train.
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A man arrives with a pet pig, a fortune in gold and a plan of revenge.
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A settlement's only occupants are an infant girl and her dead mother.
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A group of Mojaves find a dying man in the desert.
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Swift Cloud returns to his village after studying medicine in China but faces resentment from both whites and his own people.
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Maj. Adams becomes a father figure to a disabled boy.
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A Russian countess persuades Flint to leave the train and guide her to San Francisco.
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The wagon train passengers put one of their company on trial for murder.
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Evidence points to an unpopular passenger when one of the other passengers is found dead.
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After being captured by a band of slave traders, Flint plots his escape.
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Defying a Native American chief's ban against hunting in his territory, Jonas Murdock is caught snaring rabbits.
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A spoiled brat wanders off from the train and gets captured by outlaws.
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A con artist, beaten and left for dead, offers to teach school in exchange for his passage.
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A woman helps boys who have run away from an orphanage.
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Portlass abducts McCullough in order to find Montezuma's treasure.
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A convict joins the wagon train in search of her long-lost son.
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A fugitive risks capture to see a youth who once helped him.
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A man becomes jealous of the attention his wife showers on their infant son.
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The wagon train runs low on water and the passengers look for a new watering place.

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