Not knowing Victoria is the next target, Jarrod defends a twin accused of killing a judge.
Heath helps an old friend by trying to free her husband, a revolutionary imprisoned in Mexico.
Victoria must depend on an English valet to help deliver medicine to the Indians.
Five madmen in a ghost town capture Heath in a ghost town and condemn him.
The Barkleys persuade the sheriff to return to his post, not knowing of his nighttime raids with marauders.
Victoria and Jarrod open stage and freight lines to save a dying town, but meet a rival.
Jarrod defends a Mormon family's right to rent land, until he learns the man is a polygamist.
Jarrod's ward, Laura, falls in love with a prince (Sajid Khan) from India who is really part of a scam.
Victoria becomes concerned about state prison conditions and secretly arranges to be arrested and incarcerated.
A militant Indian friend of the Barkleys returns to Stockton after attending Harvard Law School, intending to use militancy to free his people.
Injured, unconscious Heath is hidden by a widow seeking revenge for her husband's death in a mining incident.
Adam Howard seeks revenge when he suspects that his wife and Jarrod are having an affair.
Rodeo competitors learn a contestant hired by Nick is wanted in Arizona.
Victoria gets suspicious when she is told her brother-in-law is permanently locked away as a madman.
A jealous husband plans a dawn hanging for his wife's supposed lover -- Nick.
A bounty hunter's quarry comes for his newborn son, left with Heath when the mother dies.
Nick's practical joke backfires when gunmen stalk a dressmaker they believe is the sole survivor of a bank-robbery gang.
Heath saves a gunman's life, then learns he was brought to town by a father who wants revenge for a self-defense slaying.
Audra is mute after seeing a family slaughtered, then one of the killers pursues her and Victoria.
A member (Carol Lynley) of a gang of highwaymen wants revenge on Heath for rejecting her.
In order to bring in their harvest on time, the Barkleys hire a man with a reputation as a jinx.
Three Mexicans with whom Jarrod had a land deal are lynched for the rape/murder of a lawyer's wife.
Badly injured Nick insists on helping track the cougar that attacked him.
A cattle rustler rescues amnesiac Victoria after a stagecoach accident and tells her they are married.
Jarrod defends an ex-Confederate spy (Julie London) arrested for murder soon after arriving in Stockton.
The Barkleys suspect the sanity of a war hero (Adam West) who suddenly proposes to Audra.
Sen. Bannard comes to Stockton to campaign for re-election and uses a fake photograph of Victoria to force his opponent to withdraw.
A 14-year-old who stole from the ranch plans to hold Nick for ransom.
Heath suspects a woman who has come to wed her longtime pen pal, a homely, middle-aged farmer.
Nick falls for a newcomer (Leslie Parrish); Victoria learns why she is so reluctant.
Jarrod goes to a mining town to conclude a merger deal between the Barkley mines and another mining combine.
A desperate merchant kidnaps Victoria to force the Barkleys to help him corner the imported-rice market.
Jarrod must convince a hostile witness to testify for Heath in the death of an Indian scout's killer.
Nick and Heath join a famed marshal's posse on the trail of outlaw brothers.
A Mexican revolutionary poses as an aristocrat to get a necklace left with the Barkleys for safekeeping.
Jarrod brings his bride home but encounters tragedy soon after arriving.
Nick and Heath track the thieves who wounded Jarrod to a town where outlaws are leading citizens.
Barkleys start a parole system in the valley to help give convicts a new start.
Mountain men convict Heath of murder and sentence him to hard labor to support the victim's widow.
Heath must find the true conspirators when he is accused of killing a congressman.
Two guards substitute captured Victoria for a prisoner that one of them killed while transporting the convict to jail.
Jarrod, Nick and Heath wait for more nitroglycerin to arrive.
Only the Barkley sons are available to transport nitroglycerin to fight a forest fire.
The Barkleys' new friend sets up his medical practice in Stockton but conceals plans to avenge his father's death.
Victoria tries to find Audra, who vanished from a hotel overnight.
Jarrod's client is found guilty and sentenced to jail, but the man escapes and comes back to town.
At a trail stop, Nick meets a girl whose family has unsavory plans for him and Heath.
Heath's old friend, now a town marshal, accuses a woman of making trouble, then causes a man's death.
Taking over the prosecution of a crooked businessman from a dead friend costs Jarrod his sight.
An old peddler (Milton Berle) cons Nick into taking sheep as payment for a poker debt.
Victoria and her hunting guide try to protect three innocent Indian women who are hiding in a mission to avoid scalp hunters.
The Barkleys' new hand is later identified as a Mexican bandit, sparking violence.
A British major claims that the new explosives expert hired by the Barkleys is really an Irish rebel.
A nun saves her former love, Heath, sentenced to die on trumped-up charges.
A trusted ranch hand of the Barkleys' is wounded in a gunfight, and Nick sets off to find the man's daughter.
A sheriff asks friend Heath to help him and his son escort a prisoner.
Heath tries to buy the freedom of a lovely Polynesian girl enslaved by a cruel sea captain.
Deputized Heath stands between looters and a town evacuated because of a weakening dam.
Strangers invade the Barkley home to execute a former Union general for war crimes.
A faith healer comes to town with a scheme to swindle the people in the valley.
Nick helps a rancher goaded back into boxing after retiring from the ring with an injury.
Sen. Jud Robson visits the Barkley ranch but fears that he may be the target of an assassination attempt.
An elderly hand misinterprets an offer of an easier job and decides to prove his worth by capturing a wild stallion.
A deranged judge tries to commit Victoria to an insane asylum to prevent her testimony that his son is a murderer.
A 15-year-old runs afoul of the law and flees with his siblings to find the impoverished mother who abandoned them.
When a roving band of marauders begins robbing and killing in the valley, the ranchers try to stop it.
A Greek farmer, outraged by the rates charged by the railroad, decides to take his crops to market by wagon.
Audra falls for a gentle man (Bradford Dillman) hiding on the ranch, then discovers he is on the run from the Army.
Feeling guilty for maligning a Gypsy as a thief, Nick agrees to bring the man's daughter to her wedding.
An outlaw (Colleen Dewhurst) and her two sons, one badly wounded, take Victoria, Audra and a Sunday-school class hostage.
An alcoholic salesman's secret may save the lives of fellow stagecoach passengers, stranded by robbers in the desert.
Nick and Heath are convicted of trumped-up charges in a strange town and forced to work on a corrupt warden's chain gang.
The Barkley sons and railroad detectives pursue a trio of safecrackers holding Victoria and Audra prisoner.
Jarrod is asked to act as mediator in a battle between some cattle ranchers and a widowed squatter and her son.
An outlaw's attractive girlfriend (Laura Devon) plans to trick smitten Heath into killing her lover's pursuer.
A farmer, wanting to be governor, uses violence to convince voters the Barkleys acquired their lands illegally.
Jarrod risks his life and friendship to save a Basque anarchist menaced by friend and foe alike.
Victoria enlists a hard-luck cowboy to help her quarantine an Indian stricken with measles.
An elderly man's young wife is jealous of the attentions her husband's handsome servant pays to Audra.
Jarrod and Nick go to Mexico to free Heath, who will be exchanged for a Mexican general.
A con man pursued by cohorts claims to be Heath's father in order to blackmail him.
A doctor treating train-passenger Audra for appendicitis meets enemies who reveal a secret from his past.
Victoria helps a friend and her ex-outlaw husband who have opened a store next to a warehouse of gold.
Audra falls for a speculator planning to foreclose on desperate ranchers to whom he gave high-interest loans.
The Barkley men must clear their father's name of accusations of taking Union Army gold thought lost in a shipwreck.
Victoria forces an escaped convict (Bruce Dern) at gunpoint to rescue Heath from beneath an overturned wagon.
Heath finds more than he bargained for when he takes the blame for killing an old love's drunken husband.
In a secretive town, Jarrod investigates Heath's hatred of a man rescued from bounty hunters.
After Heath asks a friend to do a job, the man is thrown from a horse and paralyzed.
A killer involves himself in a quarrel between the Barkleys and neighbors, already resulting in a death.
A dance-hall girl (Jill St. John) helps Jarrod rescue Nick and some ranch hands shanghaied by a captain.
Jarrod insists on helping an ex-inmate whose murder conviction was overturned.
Victoria is startled to learn why outlaws kidnapped her while she was substituting for a schoolteacher.
An old school chum (William Shatner) of Jarrod's may be a counterfeiter and bank robber.
Nick's new fiancee joins the family on an annual camping trip in the mountains, but jealousy ends in tragedy.
Cutthroats wound Heath while Nick and the hands are away.
Jarrod tries to reform an outlaw's girlfriend (Lynn Loring) by having her spend Christmas with the Barkleys.
Nick takes on the leader of Irish immigrants who settled illegally on Barkley land.
Heath claims that the new foreman at the Barkley ranch was once the commander of a prison camp.
Bitten by a rabid wolf, Nick waits out the disease's incubation alone, to spare his family.
Nick's childhood friend discovers anthrax in his herd while it is pastured on Barkley land.
Jarrod incenses neighbors and family when he defends a man accused of killing a prominent Stockton resident.
After a violent earthquake hits the Stockton area, Victoria is trapped in a church basement with a violent drunk (Charles Bronson) and a pregnant Indian.
Infatuated, the son of neighbors attempts to force himself on Audra.
A Spanish nobleman threatens to foreclose on ranchers when Heath falls for his daughter (Katharine Ross).
Heath faces off with the young head of a fanatic society secretly planning to blow up a Barkley mine.
The government wants an old man's land as the site for a beneficial dam.
Audra becomes involved with a young man whom the other Barkleys suspect of running a protection racket.
Obsessed to learn her late husband's past, Victoria endangers her life in a mining town.
Heath considers letting a Civil War general (Andrew Duggan) join his mission.
The valley residents turn to the Barkleys when the railroad threatens their farms and ranches.