After falsely accusing a Gypsy vineyard worker of theft and injuring him in a fight, Nick reluctantly agrees to accompany the man's wife, daughter, and mother-in-law on a journey to the ... See full summary »

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Audra Barkley (credit only)
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Victoria Barkley (credit only)
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Corso
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The Vet
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Salishka
Rita Lynn ...
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After falsely accusing a Gypsy vineyard worker of theft and injuring him in a fight, Nick reluctantly agrees to accompany the man's wife, daughter, and mother-in-law on a journey to the daughter's arranged marriage. Along the way, harassed by local townspeople, Nick finds himself mistaken for a Gypsy and learns what it's like to be one of them. He also discovers some truths about Gypsies, the people who hate them simply because of prejudice, and his own bigotry. Written by Anonymous

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19 December 1966 (USA)  »

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First credited appearance for Eve Plumb in TV or film. See more »

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Sara Jane's doll was a Raggedy Ann doll which didn't appear until 1918, along with the book, "Raggedy Ann Stories." See more »

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Very Good.
15 April 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I like this episode for it's unusual storyline.

Mr. Nick gets mixed up with a gypsy woman who's engaged to be married.

They encounter prejudice when they arrive in the obvious gypsy-inhabited wagon and get fruits and veggies pelted on them.

Naturally, there's a 'mini-romance' between Nick and the gypsy maiden.

For the most part, the acting is excellent.

That great character actor, Royal Dano is superb as usual: what a fantastic presence! Dano appeared in another installment where he was equally impressive.

Gotta review that one right now! Cheers and have fun watching Gypsies traveling in The Big Valley!


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