Nick celebrates his birthday at a waterfront saloon where he is drugged and shanghaied for sea duty.Jarrod suspects an old client of his,beautiful Barbary Red,is behind Nick's disappearance-Eugene and Heath help him investigate his hunch.

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Nick celebrates his birthday at a waterfront saloon where he is drugged and shanghaied for sea duty.Jarrod suspects an old client of his,beautiful Barbary Red,is behind Nick's disappearance-Eugene and Heath help him investigate his hunch.

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The brass bed in Barbara's room is a frequently used prop. With its gold and red paint, it's distinctive and easy to spot, and viewers can see it many times in future episodes - in other saloon rooms, in hotel rooms, in farm houses, in the Barkley guest room, and even (though it hardly seems his style) in Heath's room in The Big Valley: The Lost Treasure (1966). See more »

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After Nick is forced to sign his name, the next scene is Jarrod entering Barbara's room. As Jarrod is closing the door the shadow of the boom mic can be seen on the right upper wall. See more »

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A Long Sea Voyage?
1 March 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

If it comes right down to it Jarrod Barkley can be something of a rat. But in a good cause and it's to prevent brother Nick from taking a long sea voyage against his will.

There's a family party waiting for Peter Breck at the Barkley ranch. But he's out partying a bit too hardy for his birthday at a waterfront saloon in Stockton. Breck and a couple of other Barkley ranch hands get themselves Shanghaied and are put in storage awaiting delivery to Captain John Hoyt to fill out his crew.

Richard Long knows who it is and it's Jill St. John who runs the dive that the kidnappings take place. She's an old client of his whom he defended on the same charge. He starts romancing her for all it's worth. But there's her boyfriend George Kennedy who got her started in the Shanghai business.

St. John is a beautiful but pathetic character. As she says men have truly used her all her life be it Kennedy or Long.

There's a coda to this episode that makes no sense. Still watching St. John is always a treat. She's beautiful with a touch of pathos to this role.


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