While travelling cross country, Victoria and Heath have an accident resulting in Heath becoming pinned under their heavily loaded wagon. Victoria seeks help and turns to a mysterious man who is being pursued by aggressive bounty hunters.

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While travelling cross country, Victoria and Heath have an accident resulting in Heath becoming pinned under their heavily loaded wagon. Victoria seeks help and turns to a mysterious man who is being pursued by aggressive bounty hunters.

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30 March 1966 (USA)  »

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At the beginning Heath and Victoria are leaving the house on the wagon, right after they hit the hole and the wagon cracks and before the shows beginning credits, they show the wagon, It is not Lee Majors driving the wagon, it appears to be a much older man. See more »

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Missy's Prize
15 April 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

For this particular episode, the Emmy Award folks decided to give the prize to Barbara "Missy" Stanwyck.

Stanwyck had won a previous Emmy for "The Barbara Stanwyck Show" in 1961 and was nominated for the Oscar four times. Stany finally got a belated honorary Oscar which she so richly deserved.

Never a great beauty (and she'd be the first to tell you this) she nevertheless had an astounding natural way of acting that - in certain instances, in "The Strange Love of Martha Ivers", for instance - she could by downright chilling.

In "The Lady Eve", she was hilariously funny.

Stanwyck had an inner fire which transferred magnificently on the screen - both big and small.

I will not spoil this special installment by giving away plot hints.

Barbara admitted to friends: "I never received as much fan mail during my years as a movie star as I have while appearing in this show" The answer was simple: Being a star on a prime-time TV show made her acting accessible to literally millions of people! And most of us admired her than not, I think

(My Aunt DeeDee couldn't stand her - and she resembled her somewhat!)

For some, Stanwyck was simply too tough.

I liked her.


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