While riding posse after a band of vicious marauders led by a renegade ex-cavalry officer, Ben Cartwright captures a wounded comanchero and tries to protect him from the angry ranchers who ... See full summary »

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Eric 'Hoss' Cartwright (credit only)
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While riding posse after a band of vicious marauders led by a renegade ex-cavalry officer, Ben Cartwright captures a wounded comanchero and tries to protect him from the angry ranchers who want to lynch him, his own gang who wants the money he was carrying for them and an angry Little Joe who lost a friend when his ranch was raided. Written by shepherd1138

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A splinter group from THE Comancheros?
23 June 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Henry Darrow as a Comanchero bandit and Gregory Walcott as leader of that band are the guest stars in this Bonanza episode where these Comancheros who seem a whole lot like a splinter off the large army that Nehemiah Persoff led in the John Wayne classic The Comancheros.

In its 7th season already Bonanza was getting a bit stale in the story ideas. Darrow is wounded and captured by Lorne Greene and he's got the loot from a bank job in Virginia City where some beloved citizens have been killed. Even Little Joe is all for lynching Darrow.

So Ben Cartwright has the dual responsibility of guarding Darrow until trial and also keeping Walcott from getting his spoils from the job. Walcott is not squeamish about his methods and he doesn't even think highly of Darrow, he's simply one of those inferior types whose useful when he's riding with him, but for little else.

Darrow's conversion is really a bit much to swallow. Not one of the better Bonanzas.


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