Jarrod agrees to defend a murder suspect, despite the fact that Heath witnessed the killing. The case involves the defense of a man from a reviled family and the death of a respected benefactor.

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Victoria Barkley (as Miss Barbara Stanwyck)
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Korby Kyles
Larry D. Mann ...
Jacob Kyles
Fred Holliday ...
Emmet Kyles
Paul Potash ...
Alan Kyles
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George Allison
Charles Wagenheim ...
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Jarrod agrees to defend a murder suspect, despite the fact that Heath witnessed the killing. The case involves the defense of a man from a reviled family and the death of a respected benefactor.

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17 November 1965 (USA)  »

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Jacob Kyles: You're all the same strife soon as one yaw hears' a Kyles with in 18 miles of a crime you right away figure it's him who had done the dirty work.
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A personal Favorite
14 April 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I really dig this episode. Korby Kyles is accused of a murder and Jarrod is called upon to take his place.

The Kyles are the never-do-well types of the Valley who even take to stealing coins from Jarrod's saddlebag: a Kyle's brother 'cleverly' hid them were Mr. Barkley figured: in the rim of his hat!...

The acting is wonderful. There is a scene where Korby is jail and says "Why, thank-you, Jarrod" to which our respectable Mr. Barkley replies "Don't you EVER call me Jarrod!" I'm not going into details here, but this is the type of episode which made this show a baby boomer classic: it's just wonderful, well-written & well-acted entertainment.

An interesting footnote I must include somewhere - so why not here?

Lee Majors was adopted by an aunt and uncle and as a young man had a lot of anger himself: it is safe to say that there was a LOT of Lee in his playing of Heath - and Heath is the most beloved of all the characters. Perhaps the general public could feel empathy for his character.

I know i did!!!!


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