A modern version of the old "David and Bathsheba" story in which King David fell in love with a married woman and arranged for her husband to be killed during a battle. Rich cattleman Woody... See full summary »

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Woody Biggs
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A modern version of the old "David and Bathsheba" story in which King David fell in love with a married woman and arranged for her husband to be killed during a battle. Rich cattleman Woody Biggs continues to be rejected by recently widowed Laura Church so he has her framed for embezzlement and sent to prison. Then he pulls some strings and gets her paroled. Buz and Tod try to protect her from Woody who is pressuring her to marry him. Written by Jeffrey Ewing

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6 January 1961 (USA)  »

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1/6/61: "Sheba"
8 April 2015 | by (N Syracuse NY) – See all my reviews

This is based on the biblical tale of David and Bathsheba. Lee Marvin is a rich cattleman with his eye on Whitney Blake, who was married to a cowboy who died in a stampede. He lent her money then had her convicted of stealing it. He testified on her behalf at a parole hearing so he feels she now "owes him". Tod and Buz befriend the lady, who is being treated as a crook by everybody who was there when she was convicted. They eventually arrange a little stampede of their own to force Marvin to confess to his sins.

This is the first of two appearances by Lee Marvin on the show and he's a domineering character who mistreats women in both of them. Whitney Blake is of course, the mother of Meredith Baxter but she deserves to be remembered as a beauty and good actress in her own right.


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