The Big Valley: Season 4, Episode 7

Hell Hath No Fury (18 Nov. 1968)

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A female outlaw,who is also fond of playing poker,meets Heath during a card game.She becomes obsessed with him to the point of wanting to quickly marry and give up her "career".

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Dilly Shanks
Don Dubbins ...
Grady Shanks
Conlan Carter ...
Wilt Shanks
Rayford Barnes ...
Carl Shanks
Napoleon Whiting ...
Chris Alcaide ...
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Mark Tapscott ...
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A female outlaw,who is also fond of playing poker,meets Heath during a card game.She becomes obsessed with him to the point of wanting to quickly marry and give up her "career".

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The title comes from the phrase "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned", which itself is a paraphrase from a line in William Congreve's 1697 play The Mourning Bride, in which the original line is, "Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, Nor hell a fury like a woman scorned." See more »

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Take it for what it's worth-. A lighthearted tale.
20 November 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Heath is in a saloon playing poker with a few guys when this beautiful woman asks to play. Little does anyone know that she is a member of a gang of robbers that intend to rob the local bank. But from the beginning you can tell that the woman named Dilly Shacks, that has the worse southern drawl in TV history, has the hots for Ole Heath.

Dilly even makes her intentions known when she tells Heath that she loves him and wants to marry. Afterward she goes and buy him a saddle and tells the rest of the gang that she will be staying in Stockton and she will not participate in the robbery. All this while she is taking a bath that is interesting to any breathing male.

Later Heath becomes suspicious of Dilly after her actions and stories do not add-up. She confesses to Heath but tells him that she will change her ways if he will marry her. Heath refuses which makes for an upset Dilly and Hell hath no Fury.

Not the most interesting script but played out well as a semi-comedy. Taking this show as a lighthearted episode that only wants to entertain, makes it easier to review this program. The acting is suspicious, the script suspicious, the reality suspicious but the show is a fun watch. Especially for the eight to seventeen year old males.


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