The Big Valley (1965–1969)
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A Stranger Everywhere 

A shy dressmaker interests lawmen and outlaws alike when a journalist theorizes that she is an infamous bandit. Nick, who as a joke had started the rumor, finds himself defending her reputation - despite not knowing just what the truth is.

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Jarrod Barkley
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Heath Barkley
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Audra Barkley
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Victoria Barkley
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Ted Halyard
William Jordan ...
Dave Carr
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Jody
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Lafe
Antony Carbone ...
Vega (as Anthony Carbone)
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Croft
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Senator Roberts
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Frank Patton
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A shy dressmaker interests lawmen and outlaws alike when a journalist theorizes that she is an infamous bandit. Nick, who as a joke had started the rumor, finds himself defending her reputation - despite not knowing just what the truth is.

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9 December 1968 (USA)  »

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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.
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Girl has skills
21 November 2015 | by See all my reviews

Dennis Patrick as a Ned Buntline type writer of penny dreadful novels of the old west and Julie Harris as a shy dressmaker whom he spread the reputation highlight this Big Valley story.

Truth be told it was Peter Breck who got a rumor started about Harris who came to Stockton a couple of years back, lives quietly as a dressmaker and is very shy. He tells one of the gullible Barkley hands Timothy Scott that Harris is a notorious outlaw woman from Kansas who knows where there's considerable loot stashed from a gang she used to run with.

Truth also be told Harris rides like one of the Barkley cowhands and is a dead shot with a rifle. That raises questions but it sure comes in handy when some other outlaw types buy into that rumor.

Harris as always is good, I've never seen her bad in anything. She'd be handy to have around in a fight, she has skills.


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