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Centennial (NBC, 10/28/1978, 2 hours)

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(NBC, 10/28/1978, 2 hours). Chapter 3, “The Wagon and the Elephant,” follows the westward bound trek by wagon train from St. Louis in 1845 during which Alexander McKeag and Pasquinel’s squaw and two now grown sons cross paths with Levi Zendt, a Mennonite outcast and his wife, a grizzled guide, and an army captain, with whom McKeag tries to pacify increasingly angry Indians.

Production Company Universal Television. Director Paul Krasny. Producer Malcolm R. Harding. Teleplay Jerry Ziegman. Photography Duke Callaghan. Music John Addison. Editor Robert F. Shugrue. Production Designer Jack Senter. Art Directors Mark Mansbridge, Sherman Loudermilk, Lou Montejano, Seymour Klate.

Cast Richard Chamberlain (Alexander McKeag), Sally Kellerman (Lise Bockweiss), Barbara Carrera (Clay Basket), Gregory Harrison (Levi Zendt), Stephanie Zimbalist (Elly Zendt), Timothy Dalton (Oliver Seccombe), Chad Everett (Capt. Maxwell Mercy), Donald Pleasence (Samuel Purchase), Stephen McHattie (Jake Pasquinel), Kario Salem (Mike Pasquinel), Cristina Raines (Lucinda McKeag), Irene Tedrow (Mother Zendt), Deborah Richter (Rebecca Stolfitz), Leslie Winston (Laura Lou Booker), Nick Ramus (Lost Eagle), Karen Carlson (Lisette Mercy), Richard Jaeckel (Sergeant Lykes), John Bennett Perry (Maylon Zendt), Jorge Rivero (Broken Thumb), James Kisicki (Reverend Fenstermacher), Michael K. Osborn (Mr. Kellen), Joan Carey (Miss Kruger).

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