Two thieves, who killed two men in Stockton and seriously wounded Jarrod, are tracked by Nick and Heath to a distant town. Once there, they find the two men are highly respected and thought of as philanthropists.

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Davey Dunigan
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Jerry Frye
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Two thieves, who killed two men in Stockton and seriously wounded Jarrod, are tracked by Nick and Heath to a distant town. Once there, they find the two men are highly respected and thought of as philanthropists.

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1 January 1968 (USA)  »

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Peter Breck and Russell Johnson starred together in the western series, Black Saddle. See more »

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The brothers Dunnigan
4 May 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This Big Valley story has the Dunnigan Brothers played by Russell Johnson and Charles Grodin robbing the Stockton Bank and killing two people and wounding Jarrod Barkley. That sends Peter Breck and Lee Majors after the two Dunnigans to the place they call home.

Where Johnson and Grodin are looked at as Northern California's version of the James Brothers. Where they hail from is a Southern sympathizing town where the Dunnigans have bought a lot of good will among the populace. It will not be easy for Nick and Heath to get these two out without blood being spilled, mainly their own.

Even Hitler has a fan club as this episode proves. Russell Johnson is miles from playing the amiable and ever helpful Professor on Gilligan's Isle. He's smart and shrewd, definitely the brains of the outfit. He proves too smart for his own good. There's a limit to which even the blindest and dumbest people will swallow.

Check this one out.


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