From early shows
Video Rating: 4 / 5
Today, Playboy would’ve offered Linda Evans big bucks to show the goods and I would’ve bought the issue.
I’m 16 and I love watching The Big Valley. Seriously, why can’t tv shows today be this good?!?!
Since 1920, the custom in Hollywood studios was to call and refer to all movie actresses as “Miss”, whether they be married or not, whatever their age.
Miss Barbara wore a snap on tool on set at all times, and was legendary with that thang. Heath (Lee Majors), was the “bastard” child in the story, but you gotta be as old as me to know this. Rocky
I was about 11 when this aired and I had a crush on Barbara Stanwyck, not Linda Evans.
@2nd2nun1 People under 20 back then didnt have last names….
@Lisica2008 I live in phila and this show came on once on a channel called TVLD tvland and they havent showed it sense everytime i turn to that channel roseanne is always on now…so idk
@Dameesha If you get ME TV channel in your area, you can see The Big Valley Monday through Saturday.
Heath (Lee Majors) was my first TV crush.
Beautiful young man.
please someone pick the show back up please .
i miss the show .
Hold on…I don’t remember seeing The Big Valley on Encore. Hmm.
Linda Evans…what a babe (back in the day). She should have done more film work rather than disappear for 20 years…the world needed to see her body more.
LOL ! Wish i was there …..great memories from my childhood …I never forget these times
peter breck sounds familiar but don’t know from what.
I live in the Big Valley (Sacramento, CA).
@2nd2nun1 It was common back then to refer to actresses using their original name as Miss Stanwyck or Miss Bacall, etc.
The young Linda Evans…wow.
oh man!! takes me back to my childhood when i was 7 and my dad would watch the rerun every Sunday evening! now he’s far gone and this makes me recall those days where the world seemed to be a friendly place
thanks for posting..
@catamitecowboy I saw it on Encore around a year ago, but the programming changed to the Virginian and Wagon Train.
What was there birth order? I know Jared was the oldest.
@HaywardSouth: It just might.
@jwklf : For all we know, it might be a success, so stop being such a gloomy Gus and be glad that the Western is back, OK?
i hear ya; i know there are some shows that are trying, but w/me it’s old dog/new tricks; it all looks/feels wrong to me. which is why i need the old shows on dvd, so i can live in the past, basically!
@cutandpaste1: And the reason the sales are so poor is because this show is not rerun enough like it should be (probably)-look at the way CBS Television Distribution reruns Star Trek compared to how Fox Television Studios reruns this show, and then you can see why it’s not a big seller on DVD. BTW, not EVERYTHING on TV now is reality TV-take a look at most of the sitcoms and drama shows on, especially Westerns like Deadwood and Dead Man’s Gun.