A beautiful singer,once close to Jarrod,comes to Stockton to perform.The fact that she was a Confederate spy during the Civil War causes an uproar.

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Julia Saxon
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Ross Parker
Robert Nichols ...
Chet Staley
Don Chastain ...
Worth Parker
John Madison ...
Tom McGregor (as John Maddison)
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Dr. Thomas J. Merar
Danny Rees ...
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Lincoln Demyan ...
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Ida Mae McKenzie ...
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Jason Johnson ...
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A beautiful singer,once close to Jarrod,comes to Stockton to perform.The fact that she was a Confederate spy during the Civil War causes an uproar.

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30 September 1968 (USA)  »

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Early in the show when Julie London is singing - the piano player is her husband Bobby Troup. The two would team up on TV again in the series 'Emergency'. Her as nurse Dixie McCall and Troup as Dr Joe Early. See more »

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Audra Barkley: Jarrod, how could someone do that - turn on their own people?
Jarrod Barkley: There have been spies as long as there have been wars, Audra.
Audra Barkley: But she was born and raised in the North. She wasn't a spy - she was a traitor!
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The Happy Road
Written by Bobby Troup
Performed by Julie London
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Jarrod defends a Civil War spy.
13 November 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When Julia Saxon returns to town she creates a storm of protest about her appearance at the local music hall. Julia was a local person that spied for the Confederates during the Civil War. And the people of Stockton remembered her as a traitor.

When the music hall owner closes Julia's performance she advises that she will sue him. Later he ends up dead and a witness advised that they saw Julia running from the scene. Julia is arrested and sends for Jarrod to defend her.

As Jarrod is set to defend Julia on the charge of murder, the townsfolk turned the hatred from Julia to Jarrod. With Jarrod beaten-up and some family members advising him to drop the case is Jarrod going to succumb to the hatred that is following Julia?

With a strong performance by all involved and a famous Nick Barkley fight the show was entertaining from beginning to end. Not one of the best topics for a successful weekly series but well done by the actors.


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