The Big Valley

Season 2 Episode 21

The Haunted Gun

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM Feb 06, 1967 on ABC
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The Haunted Gun
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Gunman turned senator Jud Robson comes to Stockton, and soon begins to say he is being stalked. The main problem with his story, he is suspicious of everyone.

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  • A U.S. Senator sees a would-be assassin under every bed.

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    Jud Robson is a United States Senator and friend of the Barkleys, and is in town for a visit. Before entering public service he had a reputation with his fast gun. One night he shoots at a man outside that he suspects is an assassin. Heath and Jarrod later catch up with the man, a ranch hand who was just taking a walk because he was an insomniac. Jarrod is in town with the Senator, who is playing poker, and loses. Robson confronts the winning gambler in the latter's hotel room. A fight breaks out and Robson shoots and kills him. Robson claims the gambler drew on him, and a worshipful witness backs up his claim, but Jarrod suspects otherwise. The Senator first agrees to remain in Stockton for an inquest. Then, as Jarrod gets closer to the truth of what happened in the hotel room, the Senator abrubtly changes his mind, claiming urgent business in Washington. Jarrod threatens to have him forced to remain for the inquest, leading Robson to suspect Jarrod is a deadly enemy. The Senator's loyal and trusted aid, Salazar, is then forced to make a terrible decision.



    A classic study in paranoia.moreless
Andrew Duggan

Andrew Duggan

Senator Jud Robson

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Robert Ellenstein

Robert Ellenstein

Salazar

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Roger Davis

Roger Davis

Walt Tompkins

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James W. Gavin

James W. Gavin

Sheriff Madden

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