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The Big Valley: Last Train to the Fair

Audra and her brothers are heading to the state fair by train when she's stricken by appendicitis. The only doctor who can help her is being hunted by two men seeking revenge on the man... for burning their town to the ground years before.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x30
Production Number: 6345
Airdate: Wednesday April 27th, 1966

Director: Virgil W. Vogel
Writer: Paul Savage

Guest Stars
Richard AndersonRichard Anderson
As Travers
Karl SwensonKarl Swenson
As Aaron Moyers
James McCallionJames McCallion
As Charlie Wellman
Napoleon WhitingNapoleon Whiting
As Silas
Nora MarloweNora Marlowe
As Cora Wellman
Hal LynchHal Lynch
As Ab Stullman
Ken MayerKen Mayer
As Deakes
Charles BailCharles Bail
As Mel
Charles HorvathCharles Horvath
As Ford
Tim McIntireTim McIntire
As Andy Moyers
Betty HarfordBetty Harford
As Grace Stullman
Main Cast
Richard LongRichard Long
As Jarrod Barkley
Peter BreckPeter Breck
As Nick Barkley
Lee MajorsLee Majors
As Heath Barkley
Linda EvansLinda Evans
As Audra Barkley
Other Episode Crew

CreatorA.I. Bezzerides  |  Louis F. Edelman
ProducerJules Levy  |  Arthur Gardner  |  Arnold Laven
Associate ProducerLou Morheim
EditorSherman A. Rose
CastingRobert Walker
MusicGeorge Duning
Music EditorHarry King (2)
Music SupervisorAlfred Perry
HairstylistScotty Rackin
Make-upSidney Perell
Set DecoratorPierre Ludlum
Script SupervisorJoseph A. Mazzuca
Director of PhotographyWilfred M. Cline
Production SupervisorNorman S. Powell
Art DirectorJack De Shields
Production ManagerDon Torpin
SoundDon Rush
WardrobeRobert B. Harris
Assistant DirectorMike Moder
Assistant To The ProducerMarilyn Fiebelkorn  |  Marian Carter
Supervising Art DirectorBill Ross
Editorial SupervisorBernard W. Burton
Sound EffectsMandine Rogne
CostumesJack Muhs
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