The Big Valley - The Final Season
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Saddle up and ride back to the days when the land was untamed and the West was still wild with The Big Valley The Final Season, the television Western classic starring Barbara Stanwyck, Lee Majors, and Linda Evans. Victoria Barkley (Stanwyck) is the matriarch of one of the most powerful families in 1870s California, controlling cattle herds, gold mines, citrus groves, and logging camps. Along with her close-knit brood, Victoria must persevere though the trials and tribulations of the Old West. Share the drama and adventure with the Barkley's in all twenty-six Season Four episodes of this beloved saga! Color
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The following is an episode guide with the key guest stars noted:
In Silent Battle (Adam West, Don Knight)
Audra is attracted to a handsome Civil War hero. Little does she know, he is a murderous psychopath haunted by delusions of what a woman should be.
They Called Her Delilah (Julie London, Paul Lambert)
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.
Presumed Dead (Lew Ayres, Gavin MacLeod)
A lonely cattle rustler happens upon stagecoach accident and amnesia victim Victoria.He nurses her back to health and gives her an identity-that of his dead wife.
Run Of The Cat (Pernell Roberts)
A bloodthirsty cougar is killing stock and mauls Nick.The Barkley's hire a professional to kill the cat but Nick can't resist the hunt.
Deathtown (Antoinette Bower, Kathie Browne)
Jarrod travels to Baker City to meet three Mexican businessmen on a land deal.Upon arriving,he is told they have been there,not waited and returned home-slowly the truth comes out
1The Jonah (Marty Allen, Wayne Rogers)
The Barkley's hire a ranch hand who has the reputation of having bad luck follow him.After a series of mishaps and angry disagreement about him being fired,there is a surprise in store for everyone
Hell Hath No Fury (Carol Lynley)
A female outlaw,who is also fond of playing poker,meets Heath during a card game.She becomes obsessed with him to the point of wanting to quickly marry and give up her "career".
The Long Ride (Richard Anderson, Paul Peterson)
While in Highridge visiting a friend,Audra witnesses three murders and goes into shock.Victoria brings her back to Stockton via stagecoach and the trip home is a test of wills between the passengers and a mysterious stranger who follows the coach.
The Profit and the Lost (Robert Loggia, Bert Freed)
Heath risks his life and saves a man who is a notorious hired gunman. The irony is the killer has a contract to kill Heath, put out by a local rancher with a grudge.
A Stranger Everywhere (Julie Harris, Richard Devon)
A shy dressmaker interests lawmen and outlaws alike when a journalist theorizes that she is an infamous bandit. Nick, who as a joke had started the rumor,finds himself defending her reputation-despite not knowing just what the truth is.
The Prize (Bruce Dern, Peter Haskell)
While returning to the ranch with a horse he just purchased,Heath becomes side tracked and ends up taking home a baby after the mother dies.The father,an outlaw,eventually heads for the Barkley's to take custody-and into a bounty hunter's trap.
Hunter's Moon (Susan O' Connell, Bruce Glover)
A fanatically jealous rancher imprisons Nick and two other men. He believes one of them is his wife's lover. If no one confesses
Top of the Stairs (Ron Harper, Paul Fix)
Passing through the town of Abbottsville on their way to a wedding,Victoria and Audra stop to see Victoria's brother-in-law.They are not allowed to see him and are told he is judged insane and sees no visitors-a suspicious Victoria investigates
Joshua Watson (Lou Rawls, Royal Dano)
The once friendly annual rodeo between the Barkley and Morton ranches has become a nasty, win-at-all-costs event. An ex-slave, "super cowboy", raises the stakes when he agrees to compete for the Barkley's.
The Secret (Simon Oakland, Bing Russell)
A wealthy rancher,and long time family friend, suddenly sets out to ruin the Barkley's. He has intense hatred of Jarrod, who he suspects is having an affair with his young wife.
The 25 Graves of Midas (Anne Baxter, Arch Johnson)
25 men have died in a cave-in at the Dutton Mine,in which the Barkley's have a 40% interest.Heath,on his way to meet Nick and investigate the disaster,is badly wounded-and mistaken by the vengeful townspeople as an avenging mine payroll robber.
Lightfoot (Joe Don Baker)
Despite being college educated,a Modoc Indian is given to angry outbursts as he imagines prejudice from any action of white people.With the whole town against the tribesman,Jarrod acts as his lawyer when he is accused of murdering a white man who had heckled him.
Alias Nellie Handley (Richard Anderson, Susan Oliver)
Victoria poses as a thief in order to become an inmate and investigate conditions at a women's prison. Once in, she finds it is a miserable place and that she may never be able to leave.
The Royal Road (Harold Gould, Kathy Garver)
Jarrod is guardian to a rebellious teenage girl who becomes interested in a Prince visiting from India. The "Prince" has a heavy handed aide who arouses the suspicions of Heath when a local woman he knew is found murdered
A Passage of Saints (Fritz Weaver)
Stern, religious people lease a Barkley farm. When townspeople discover the newcomers are Mormons who practice plural marriage, they plan to drive them out. Jarrod hides the truth as he attempts to mediate the situation.
The Battle of Mineral Springs (Dennis Patrick)
While returning to Stockton,Victoria and Jarrod stop in a town with outrageous prices for food,lodging and services. After finding out the people are bilking travelers to survive,the Barkley's decide to open a shipping business to save the town-despite opposition from a territorial "boss" with a rival freight company in the area.
The Other Face of Justice (James Gregory, Johnny Crawford)
Nick and Heath, on the trail of a gang of murderous raiders stealing horses in the Valley, enlist the help of the ex-sheriff of Stockton. The motivation behind his "help" proves interesting and totally unexpected-especially to the Barkley's.
Town of No Exit (Leslie Nielson, John Carradine)
Heath arrives in a dying desert town, only to find himself a visitor in a madhouse. His hosts are five deranged people who play bizarre and deadly games with their infrequent guests. Heath's role in their hellish fantasy: the accused--on trial for rape and murder.
Danger Road (Maurice Evans)
An Englishman with a large gambling debt agrees to smuggle whiskey onto an Indian reservation to pay off his losses.Enroute he meets up with Victoria,on the way to the reservation with medical supplies,and they find the road there is full of unexpected surprises
Flight from San Miguel (Gerald Mohr)
An old love of Heath's, who had jilted him five years before, convinces him to help get her Mexican husband to the U.S.. The husband is a Revolutionary wanted by the Federale's-and a man with questionable motives
Point and Counterpoint (Clifford Davis, Virginia Gregg, Michael Fox)
A dying prisoner asks his son to kill the two people whose testimony caused his death, a Stockton banker named Clark and Victoria Barkley. After Clark is murdered, Jarrod, unaware that Victoria is the next target, agrees to act as the son's lawyer when he is put on trial for murder