The Cartwrights help Virginia City reporter Samuel Langhorne Clemens investigate suspected shady goings-on between a railroad company and a local judge.
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The first of three "Bonanza" episodes featuring Samuel Clemens/Mark Twain. See more
In a discussion between "The Enterprise"s publisher Bill Raleigh and writer Sam Clemens, Bill uses the term "comic strip"; however, according to Britannica.com, the term "comic strip" (despite the actual existence of serial illustrations in newspapers) wasn't established until 1900, well after the 1860s, in which "Bonanza" is set. (see "Memorable Quotes") See more
It's kind of hard to figure where your property ends and the world begins.
Joseph 'Little Joe' Cartwright
Well, if you have any trouble, we'll be happy to show you. The next time you want to know where the rest of the world begins, you might try asking.
The end credits are scrolled over the Ponderosa map with a different instrumental version of the "Bonanza" theme. See more