The Big Valley (1965–1969)
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As the powerful Barkley family and surrounding Valley community face the prospect of losing their land to a ruthless railroad baron, a mysterious stranger arrives with life-changing news for the family.

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Audra Barkley
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Victoria Barkley (as Miss Barbara Stanwyck)
Charles Briles ...
Eugene Barkley
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Sheriff Lyman
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John Sample
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Dennis Cross ...
Hoak
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Swenson
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Silas
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Ciego (as Miguel deAnda)
Melvin F. Allen ...
Morgan (as Melvin Allen)
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Every property owner in the Valley is in danger of losing their land due to the legal trickery of a ruthless railroad baron who backs up his action with an army of 200 men. Into this tense scene rides an iron-willed young man who defiantly tells the Barkleys he is the "bastard son" of the dead family patriarch, Tom Barkley - and who demands an equal share of the estate. Written by Anonymous

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15 September 1965 (USA)  »

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Closing credits: The events, characters and firms depicted in this photoplay are fictitious. Any similarity to actual persons, living or dead, or to actual firms, is purely coincidental. See more »

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[Nick and Heath meet for the first time in the middle of a narrow bridge, trying to ride in opposite directions]
Nick Barkley: Afternoon.
Heath Barkley: Afternoon.
Nick Barkley: Quite a pony you got there.
Heath Barkley: Yes, she's a runner.
Nick Barkley: Indian?
Heath Barkley: Modoc.
Nick Barkley: Ah, well, they breed'em right up there
Heath Barkley: 'Cept for one thing.
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THE BEGINNING OF TV STORY TELLING
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GREAT WESTERN, GOOD STORIES AND BALANCE BETWEEN NATIVE PEOPLE AND WHITE PILLAGE OF A NATION


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