The Big Valley (1965–1969)
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A Time to Kill 

Jarrod has an old friend from law school pass through Stockton who has ample funds,no job and time on his hands.A Secret Service agent soon follows and tells Jarrod his friend's "income" is... See full summary »

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Jarrod Barkley
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Nick Barkley
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Heath Barkley
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Audra Barkley
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Victoria Barkley (as Miss Barbara Stanwyck)
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Brett Skyler
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Monroe
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Clyde
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Ketchie
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Luther Kirby
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Silas
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Hyatt
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Deputy Sheriff
Mike De Anda ...
Ciego (as Mike de Anda)
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Jarrod has an old friend from law school pass through Stockton who has ample funds,no job and time on his hands.A Secret Service agent soon follows and tells Jarrod his friend's "income" is suspected to come from bank robbery and counterfeiting-Jarrod tries to unearth the truth. Written by dubchi

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19 January 1966 (USA)  »

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When William Shatner opens the false bottom of the suitcase with the fake/stolen money and they show the money to the viewer, at the top right hand of the case is a modern one dollar bill as is evident from George Washington's face. See more »

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Wasted talent
27 October 2012 | by See all my reviews

This episode of The Big Valley involves one of Richard Long's old law school buddies played by William Shatner who comes for a visit. He's never practiced law, but looks prosperous enough as he tells the Barkleys about his business ventures. What he is is a charming con man and crook. He's got Linda Evans giving him the once over. But he's also got Secret Service man Frank Marth trailing him as well who thinks he's carrying counterfeit.

Counterfeiting is only one of his sidelines as Shatner and confederates James Griffith and Jason Wingreen have a rather elaborate plot involving the phony money in robbing the Stockton bank.

Shatner is one of those people who are born with it all, brains, looks, and charm. People like that become leaders in their field and that includes crime. But there it is all a waste. It's a role that suits William Shatner well.

When Marth confronts him with the truth, Richard Long has a crisis of conscience. How he handles it is for you to see in this good Big Valley episode.


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