Bonanza: Season 4, Episode 25

A Woman Lost (17 Mar. 1963)

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An alcoholic saloon girl changes her life with the help of Ben and an ex-prizefighter who falls in love with her.

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Rita Marlowe
Don Megowan ...
Mase Sindell
Harry Hickox ...
Dink Martin
Roger Torrey ...
Tiny Mack
Bill Edwards ...
Merchant
Don Kennedy ...
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John Indrisano ...
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While in San Francisco on business, Ben meets Rita, a friend from the past. He's surprised to find that she is now an alcoholic saloon girl. He convinces her to come stay at the Ponderosa for a month, no strings attached. While there, she meets Mace, an ex-prizefighter who falls in love with her. Rita accepts a payoff to get Mace to accept an invitation to fight when he doesn't want to fight. Ben must confront both Rita and Mace in order to help them both. Written by Charles Delacroix

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Someone PLEASE turn down the background music!!!
19 June 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While watching this episode I thought someone was in the next room playing classical music over a piano. But to my astonishment, it was elegant music that was part of the background music for this episode. Not only was it unneeded but was extremely loud.

Two scene take the cake for the most annoying music during a scene in any western--- no, make that any show. The first was when Rita Marlowe (Ruta Lee) and Ben were talking in the den area of the Ponderosa. While they were talking- I could swear someone was in the room playing a piano for fun. The second was when Mase (The prizefighter) and Rita was outside discovering their love. It was like watching a drama that was also cut with a cartoon sound track.

The story involves the alcoholic Rita Marlowe that uses the love of a shy innocent retired fighter named Maze Sindell. Rita uses Maze so that she can escape the small town way-of-life and begin again in the big city. But it seems that Maze's love runs deeper that Rita ever thought.

They story was not really that bad but the back ground music made the whole show annoying. Ruta Lee was actually very good in her part. And the show ended with an upbeat feeling. But it could not escape the noise of the music.


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