Victoria revisits a desert mission. She fights to protect three Indian women from killers and only has a recently reformed alcoholic to help her.

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Jarrod Barkley (credit only)
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Simon Carter
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Hutch
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Seataki
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Mitchlor
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Father Andre
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Victoria revisits a desert mission. She fights to protect three Indian women from killers and only has a recently reformed alcoholic to help her.

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18 September 1967 (USA)  »

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Last of five appearances of Robert Karnes in the series. In each appearance he played a priest. See more »

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References The Big Valley: Pursuit (1966) See more »

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James Gregory and Barbara Stanwyck are back at it again.
5 March 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Victoria returns to the medical mission she visited last season when epidemic of measles broke - with intention of seeing Father Andre. At the stagecoach depot she meets the same man that she tamed last season in the name of Simon Carter (James Gregory) that drives her out to the mission where he informs Victoria that the Yaki Indians have been making trouble in the area. But we, as viewers, know that the trouble is not caused by the Indians but by white renegades set to cause problems every way they can. They have there eyes set on the hair scalps of three young Indian women that is held up in the mission.

When Simon rides out to check on some information about Buffalo, the three renegades storm the mission. Victoria has to hold the men back all by herself but it will prove too much for her.

Barbara Stanwyck and James Gregory chemistry is seen again in this appealing show. I actually wish they had continued with an episode every now and then but this would prove to end the Victoria/Simon relationship. A show that was entertaining to the end.


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