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Nick Barkley (Character)
from "The Big Valley" (1965)

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  1. "The Fall Guy"
        - King of the Cowboys (1984) TV episode, Played by Peter Breck

  2. "The Big Valley"
        - Point and Counterpoint (1969) TV episode, Played by Peter Breck
        - Flight from San Miguel (1969) TV episode, Played by Peter Breck
        - Danger Road (1969) TV episode, Played by Peter Breck
        - Town of No Exit (1969) TV episode, Played by Peter Breck
        - The Other Face of Justice (1969) TV episode, Played by Peter Breck
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From "The Big Valley: A Stranger Everywhere (#4.10)" (1968)
Nick Barkley: [Nick and Jennie Hall walk past a group of men outside of the saloon. Nick is carrying her basket. The men begin to laugh. Nick turns around] Um, what's so funny?
Cowboy in front of the Saloon: [Nobody responds until Nick turns around to continue on, and then one of the men steps forward] You are, Barkley! You figurin' on sniffin' after her from here to Kansas?
Nick Barkley: [to Jennie] Uh, hold this, I'll be right back.
[Nick steps up to the man who mouthed off to him]
Nick Barkley: Take your best shot.
[the man swings and misses while Nick knocks him flat with three straight punches]
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