Bonanza: Season 2, Episode 6

Denver McKee (15 Oct. 1960)

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Ranchers are being killed, cattle stolen, and retired U.S. Deputy Marshall Denver McKee leads various posses after the suspects but never seems to be able to find them. In the meantime, ... See full summary »


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Denver McKee
Connie McKee
Ken Mayer ...
Miles Briscoe
Stephen Courtleigh ...
William Fawcett ...
Pete Redfern
Jim Galante ...
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Ranchers are being killed, cattle stolen, and retired U.S. Deputy Marshall Denver McKee leads various posses after the suspects but never seems to be able to find them. In the meantime, McKee seems to have plenty of money to take care of his gorgeous daughter back home from schooling in the East. Written by Directorgene

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Denver McKee: Well, the boys seem happy. How 'bout you?
Miles Briscoe: I don't like the way things are goin'.
Denver McKee: Why? What's wrong?
Miles Briscoe: I didn't want there to be no killin's. We decided that when we started all this.
Denver McKee: But when you point a gun at a man, sometimes he has to go for his own. When that happens, he's got to pull the trigger. If I learned one thing as a sheriff, it was that!
Miles Briscoe: You never learned to shoot no man in the back.
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An enemy among friends
22 May 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Robbery, murder, and deceit is involved in this story line as the Cartwright's try to find a gang responsible for recent robbery killings in the area. Before dying, the men stated one was a red head. Now if they could only find him. Meanwhile, Joe welcomes an old girlfriend home and chums up with her father. The father is a sweet older man who seems to have his priorities straight as he tries to take care of his daughter the best he can.

I think Joe's romances are the coolest. he's such a lady's man, and with that youthful face, it's not hard to believe he had several girls blushing every time they see him.

The episode was a good one. The person responsible is a bit surprising, but understandable by the end. Of course, the girl always seems to get away...

4 dead

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