An Englishman with a large gambling debt agrees to smuggle whiskey onto an Indian reservation to pay off his losses. Enroute he meets up with Victoria, on the way to the reservation with ... See full summary »

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Nick Barkley (credit only)
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Audra Barkley (credit only)
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Edward Hewitt
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An Englishman with a large gambling debt agrees to smuggle whiskey onto an Indian reservation to pay off his losses. Enroute he meets up with Victoria, on the way to the reservation with medical supplies, and they find the road there is full of unexpected surprises. Written by Anonymous

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21 April 1969 (USA)  »

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Some of the exterior scenes with Edward Hewitt and Victoria Barkley in the wagon are filmed at historic Vasquez Rocks, the diagonally sloped rock formations used in many films. When Edward and Victoria are supposed to be traveling for hours, they keep going by Vasquez Rocks over and over. See more »

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Frontier morality
18 October 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This Big Valley episode has Barbara Stanwyck as an angel of mercy delivering medical supplies to an Indian village which has a measles epidemic. Unfortunately she breaks down on the way and has to accept the hospitality of Maurice Evans who is delivering whiskey to the same destination.

Victoria Barkley's strong sense of morality is offended by Evans's mission, but she does have to accept his help. Which isn't much since he's not exactly a frontier hand.

The story gets a bit silly at times, but watching Evans and Stanwyck on the screen is the real treat in this story. Evans turns out has more grit than he realizes.

Watch this for Evans and Stanwyck.


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