Bonanza: Season 2, Episode 9

Breed of Violence (5 Nov. 1960)

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Dolly Kincaid so feed up with her extremely dominant, controlling, sheriff father, that she runs away with her boyfriend. She later finds out he is the leader of some murderous bank robbers... See full summary »

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John Ericson ...
Vince Dagen
Myrna Fahey ...
Dolly Kincaid
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Sheriff Trev Kincaid
Hal Baylor ...
Clegg
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Stuart Randall ...
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Dolly Kincaid so feed up with her extremely dominant, controlling, sheriff father, that she runs away with her boyfriend. She later finds out he is the leader of some murderous bank robbers and when they kidnap Hoss and Joe, she still sticks with him. Written by Directorgene

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[referring to the Cartwrights]
Joseph 'Little Joe' Cartwright: Pa, how did you ever get involved with this family?
Ben Cartwright: I'll never know.
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Don't take the girl
26 June 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A woman and Joe. What does that spell? TROUBLE! Yep, anytime an episode starts with Joe rescuing a woman in distress, we know there's gonna be big trouble! But this time Joe is not as heavily involved. He rescues Dolly from a drunk Vince, who is a bad boy. But he can't rescue her from her father, the town sheriff who is over-bearing and over- protective. So she finally runs away...with Vince!

See the problem yet? Oh, did I mention that Joe and Hoss are going up into the hills to catch wolves that have been after their cattle? Or did I mention that Vince is actually one of of four men who...Well, I'll leave that for entertainment!

Not much romance in this one. We have a woman who's trying to decide which side of the law she belongs on while involved with the gang and Little Joe and Hoss.

The ending is a bit confusing. I think I got the number of dead correct, but I can't be sure (one was someone killed off-camera).

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