Victoria and Audra are at a church preparing for Audra's debut as the new bible studies teacher. While there, a known criminal and her three sons commandeer the church in order to treat one... See full summary »

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Victoria and Audra are at a church preparing for Audra's debut as the new bible studies teacher. While there, a known criminal and her three sons commandeer the church in order to treat one of the sons who has been injured while committing their latest crime. Written by Randy_D

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12 December 1966 (USA)  »

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Bible class of terror
3 August 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

It's Linda Evans's first day teaching bible class at the Stockton church and Barbara Stanwyck has gone along to play the organ. Among Victoria Barkley's many hidden talents. In any event a 19th century version of Ma Barker comes riding in thinking the church was empty on Saturday.

Colleen Dewhurst is the leader with her fine sons Ross Hagen, Ken Swofford, and a wounded Michael Burns. Dewhurst is seeking medical attention for Burns and she's holding the Barkley women hostage. It's Victoria who gives said attention to Burns. Another of Victoria's talents.

Colleen Dewhurst dominates this Big Valley story as the leader of this trailer park trash family gang. She's one bitter and mean woman whose love of her sons is a whole lot different than Barbara Stanwyck's.

Dewhurst is what you'll remember from this Big Valley story.


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