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Robert Horton is married to Marilynn Bradley.
Marilynn Bradley
  • Commenced Dating: 1959
  • Date Married: 31 December 1960
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Posted by drafs5

mths ago
Fell in love with Flint at age a eight. Loved Robert since. Followed his life career any bit of news.Still looks great at 90.Glad he married Marilyn seems like a good strong marriage but I am a little well maybe a lot jealous( not really well maybe):) love to hear you sing just wish I could've seen him on Broadway. Well here's to his continued good health and Happy New Year 2015 to both him and his wife

Posted by Ron

yrs ago
Question: Did Robert Horton loose a leg in an accident? Was there another actor who looked like him who lost his leg?

Posted by eileen reynolds

yrs ago
Ilove watching wagon train on western channel. I got netflix just to watch that handsome flint on my computor.He is still just as handsome as ever. I wish we could email him but I don,t know how if any one finds out let me know . BEST OF HEALTH and THANKS FOR ALL THE MEMORIES OF A HAPPIER TIME IN MY LIFE EILEENREYNOLDS

Posted by Anita Hanson

yrs ago
Seems like Mr H settled for Marilynn, good thing and I hope she is an Aquarian. They make the best partners for a Leo. My late husband and I were just that. He being a Leo. Wow.

Posted by elinor

yrs ago
Mr. Horton..hope all is well with you!! Like many I so enjoy Wagon Train. I never miss the reruns. I think my husband is a bit jealous, because I go around the house saying "Flint is soooo hot "!!

Posted by Patsy

yrs ago
so glad to see reruns now of wagon train on the western channel, i watched the show when i was a child and now I know I had a crush on Mr. horton. hope he is doing well

Posted by Annie Kruger

yrs ago
I was thrilled to learn that I can watch Wagon Train reruns now. Robert Horton was my first teenage crush back in the late 50's--found out that the flame still burns!! Good health and happiness to you. They don't make them like Flint any more.

Posted by Brenda Peters

yrs ago
I'm hooked on the Wagon Train reruns. It's a good clean show & I love the each character, they each bring something special. I have to admit to that Mr. Horton sure was easy on the eyes too, very handsome fella. Hope the reruns lasts a while.

Posted by GIGI

yrs ago
watched wagon train in the 60's and my husband is now watching the reruns....awesome....actors are fantastic...see them is a different aspect than thru a child's eyes..just love them...Mr. Horton, you were awesome in Wagon Train episodes...wish you and your lovely wife a bless life in the years to come. gigi, (LA)

Posted by hopey

yrs ago
I just recently started watching wagon train. And Robert Horton sure makes it worth while watching this show. Him and Ward Bond just seem to have a natural talent with acting together. Did they really get along off screen that well?

Posted by jane

yrs ago
To a man almost older than I am. I watch your Wagon Train with even more enthusiasim than I did when I was young. I wish you many more years of good health and happiness. Hang in there for all us old coots.

Posted by Sylvia

yrs ago
Started watching the reruns of Wagon Train and couldn`t get over the quality of the scripts, filming and the acting. My favourite TV show and wow how handsome and manly Robert was, they don`t seem to make them like that anymore.

Posted by gersh

yrs ago
Want to know, how is he doing, the last time I saw him was on TV show called Murder she wrote , or i was dreaming???

Posted by gersh

yrs ago
One of my favorites actor back in the late 60`s, Wagon Train, Trailmaster and Shennandoha

Posted by boopee1

yrs ago
would like to know how he is and how to get in touch with him since he`s not going to do anymore trips to meet the fans.

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Robert Horton (born Meade Howard Horton, Jr., on July 29, 1924, in Los Angeles, California) is an American television actor, who was most noted for the role from 1957 to 1962 of the frontier scout Flint McCullough in the NBC Western television series, Wagon Train. His costars were Ward Bond, John McIntire, Terry Wilson, and Frank McGrath. Horton quit that series to pursue a career in musical theater. His Wagon Train role was replaced by that of Robert Fuller as the scout Cooper Smith, and thereafter the series moved to ABC. Fuller, a veteran of the western series Laramie, resembled Horton and the two actors coincidentally shared the same birthday, albeit nine years apart.


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