Bonanza: Season 13, Episode 9

Blind Hunch (21 Nov. 1971)

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Civil War veteran Will Hewitt returns to Virginia City, blinded and determined to solve the mystery behind the death of his brother.

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Will Hewett
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Clayton
Loretta Leversee ...
Laurie Hewitt
Charles Maxwell ...
Keeley
Robert Ridgely ...
Bartender
James Chandler ...
McKey
Larry Ward ...
Deputy
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Civil War veteran Will Hewitt returns to Virginia City, blinded and determined to solve the mystery behind the death of his brother.

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