A neighboring rancher's teenage son returns to Stockton after being away many years and is immediately obsessed with Audra. He tangles with Audra's defender, Heath, which leads to a feud ... See full summary »

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Victoria Barkley (as Miss Barbara Stanwyck)
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A neighboring rancher's teenage son returns to Stockton after being away many years and is immediately obsessed with Audra. He tangles with Audra's defender, Heath, which leads to a feud between the families. The dispute further escalates with a shooting, and then the boy's background is divulged. Written by Anonymous

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3 November 1965 (USA)  »

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The waltz being played in the pre-credits sequence at Audra's birthday party is a variation of the show's theme music. See more »

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Memorable Episode
13 April 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This guest-starred the look-alike son of the ultimately tragic Robert Walker, Sr. - who was married to Jennifer Jones at one time: this is one of their two sons.

The mysterious Evan is a guest at Audra's fancy birthday bash and drama ensues.

The episode is memorable for having another African-American servant (a young woman) helping Silas at the birthday party and for the little orchestra playing "The Big Valley" theme.

Walker is suitably creepy as the irresponsible and morally corrupt Evan and Stanwyck is great as always.

The wig Evan's mother wears is ridiculous and their house looks like a 1965 ranch-style one (i.e.: a little too contemporary - but oh, well -

P.S. = Listen for the perennial "Emperor's Waltz" being played in the background! - that's Hollywood)


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