PG certificateThe Big Valley is a Drama programme and has been classified a PG certificate.

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The Big Valley

1965. Stars Richard Long, Peter Breck, Lee Majors, Linda Evans and Barbara Stanwyck. Every property owner is in danger of losing their land due to the trickery of a baron.

Genre: Drama

Running Time: 60 minutes (approx)

Classification: PG Certificate

When is The Big Valley next on TV?

It's next showing on Talking Pictures October 2nd, 2:00pm and on Talking Pictures October 3rd, 2:00pm. See more...

Main Cast

Richard Long...Jarrod Barkley
Peter Breck...Nick Barkley
Image for Lee MajorsLee Majors...Heath Barkley
Linda Evans...Audra Barkley
Image for Barbara StanwyckBarbara Stanwyck...Victoria Barkley
Napoleon Whiting...Silas
Douglas Kennedy...Lt. Alexander Morrison, Marshal, McColl, Sheriff, Sheriff Fred Madden, Sheriff Madden
Paul Sorensen...Blacksmith, Dave Sloane, Hammerman, Hap, Hotel Clerk, Lafe, Olson, Potter, Strawboss, Thurmond
Harlan Warde...Arthur Kleeber, Drake, Finletter, Jack Carpenter, Judd Fletcher, Judge Farnum, Judge Lansbury, Mr. Carberry, Mr. Vickers, Peter Doolin, Will Oakley
Harry Swoger...Bartender, Harry the Bartender, Horse Owner, Milt, Murphy, Newton, Sprague - Bartender
James W. Gavin...Graff, Sheriff, Sheriff Madden
Bing Russell...Clint, Dan Kelsey, Jack Tolliver, Joe Garrett, Mac, Rancher, Sheriff, Sheriff Jim Dolan, Slade
Bill Quinn...Doctor, George Allison, Hyatt, Lou Johnson, Mr. Simmons, Storekeeper, Walter
John Harmon...Carl Morgan, Conductor, Hotel Manager, Storekeeper, Telegrapher, Walt Tanner, Wilmer Hemut
Charles Briles...Eugene Barkley
Mark Tapscott...Bates, Bert, Guard No. 1, Hank Mitchell, Miner, Phil, Sheriff, Wagon Driver
Michael Harris...Deputy, Deputy Sheriff, Frank, Sheriff
J.P. Burns...Anson Gregory, Dr. Merar, Hotel Clerk, Land Salesman, Minister, Mourner, Peddler, Porter
Melvin F. Allen...Coombs, Farmer, Jonas, Lounger, Marty, Morgan
Image for Bruce DernBruce Dern...Clovis, Gabe Skeels, Harry Dixon, Jack Follet, John Weaver