“They Called Her Delilah”


Season:               4 episode 2
Series Episode:   88
Air Date:            September 30, 1968





Sometimes it is about closure.


Cast & Crew Lists


CharacterRoleActorActor AgeStatus
Victoria BarkleyBarkley matriarchMiss Barbara Stanwyck58Credited
Jarrod Thomas Barkley, EsquireEldest Barkley son / LawyerRichard Long37Credited
Nicholas "Nick" Johnathan BarkleySecond Barkley son, / Property managerPeter Breck36Credited
Heath BarkleyTom Barkley's third son / Assistant property managerLee Majors26Credited
Audra BarkleyBarkley daughterLinda Evans22Credited
Tom McGregorJohn MadisonCredited
Thomas J. MerarJon Lormer62Credited
Ross ParkerPaul Lambert46Credited
Worth ParkerDon Chastain33Credited
Julia SaxonJulie London42Credited
Chet StaleyRobert Nichols50Credited
Fire jugglerDanny Rees34Credited
Hack driverJason Johnson61Credited
Stockton sheriffDouglas Kennedy53Credited
Man calling Julia Saxon "Delilah" at the Stockton train stationLincoln Demyan43Credited
Woman telling Julia Saxon to "Get out" at Stockton train stationIda Mae McKenzie57Credited
Audience memberDon Ames47Uncredited
Audience memberJohn Breen61Uncredited
Audience member is red, short-sleeved dressMichelle BreezeUncredited
Audience member with silver hair sitting next to Kathryn JanssenGeorge DeNormand65Uncredited
Audience member in gray suit and wide string tie at table in front of where Jarrod Barkley is standingGeorge Hoaglund48Uncredited
Audience member in purple and pink netting hat, charcoal dress and diamond pendant at table in front of where Jarrod Barkley is standingKathryn JanssenUncredited
Audience memberHans Moebus66Uncredited
Audience memberMurray Pollack50Uncredited
Audience member in dark suit at table next to room entranceTony Regan60Uncredited
Audience memberCosmo Sardo59Uncredited
Audience memberNorman Stevans51Uncredited
Audience member standing third man from left end of barJack Tornek81Uncredited
Audience member in ble hat sitting at table with George Hoadland in front of where Jarrod Barkley is standingLovyss Bradley62Uncredited
Piano accompanistBobby Troup49Uncredited
Mathew "Matt" ParkerWorth & Ross Parker's brotherMentioned




CreatorsA. I. Bezzendes & Louis F. Edelman
Executive ProducersArthur Gardner, Arnold Laven & Jules (V.) Levy
ProducerLou Morheim
Producer's AssistantMarilyn Fiebelkorn
Production SupervisionNorman S. Powell
Production ManagerDon Torpin
Production CoordinatorrTom (Ernst) R. Rolf
Director Virgil W. Vogel
Assistant DirectorEdward A. Teets
WriterKen Pettus
StoryLou Morheim
Theme Music ComposerGeorge Duning
Music SupervisionAlfred Perry
MusicLalo Schifrin
Composer of "The Happy Road"Bobby Troup
Music EditorHarry King
Director of PhotographyWilfrid M. Cline, A.S.C.
Sound Don Rush
Sound EffectsKay Rose
Editorial SupervisorRichard E. Reilly
EditingDesmond Marquette, A.C.E.
Art DirectionJack DeShields (Jack F. De Shields)
Set DecoratorPierre Ludlum
Sidney Perrell
Hair Stylist
Gale McGarry
WardrobeRobert B. Harris
CastingHarvey Clermont
Stunt Double (uncredited)Jeannie Epper
Production CompaniesFour Star Productions
& Margate
Professional AssociationsInternational Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (I.A.T.S.E.)
AcknowledgementsConference of the California Historical Societies



Filming Location


CBS Studio Center – 4024 Radford Avenue Studio City, Los Angeles, California, United States of America




Geographic References

Grove Junction
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States of California
Stockton, California, United States of America


Valley Victuals



Musical Reference

“The Happy Road” 



The Big Valley episodes (written, spoken and credits);

Internet Movie Database (IMDb);


Individual observations; and

Others as indicated by the links.


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