The Big Valley: Season 2, Episode 11

The Iron Box (28 Nov. 1966)

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Nick and Heath, on their way home with a prize bull, are accused of stealing the animal and are sentenced to a brutal work camp - without a trial.

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Victoria Barkley (credit only)
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Captain Jonathan Rizely
Frank Marth ...
Sheriff Barnes
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Peterson
Walter Woolf King ...
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Lobo Brown
Michael Fox ...
MacGowan
Joe Ferrante ...
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Walter Burke ...
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Nick and Heath, on their way home with a prize bull, are accused of stealing the animal and are sentenced to a brutal work camp - without a trial.

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This features the second whipping Lee Majors suffers in "The Big Valley." The first occurred in "Legend of a General - Part 1" and the third will occur in "Journey Into Violence." See more »

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Captain Jonathan Rizely: [telling Nick Barkley about Heath Barkley in a sweat-box] At this very moment, I warrant, his flesh is being burnt raw, his tongue is so swollen that it chokes him.
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Memorable Episode
13 April 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Heath gets himself into hot water and big brother Nick tries to bail him out.

The acting of the man who plays the sadistic prison dude is masterful and Peter Breck is excellent as usual.

Although some of these episodes may look a bit 'corny' today, back in circa 1966, baby boomer boys like me took this stuff very seriously.

The Barkley brothers really filled a void in my life and i will be forever indebted to this amazing show for showing what the love of a dedicated family member means in life.

The chemistry between Majors and Breck was great and this episode is a baby-boomer 'keeper'


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