Bonanza: Season 13, Episode 22

He Was Only Seven (5 Mar. 1972)

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Jamie's 7-year-old friend, Jonah Morgan, is badly wounded when he and Jamie walk into the Virginia City Bank during a robbery by the evil Springer gang. The boy later dies of his injuries. Joe and Jamie accompany Jonah's grief-hardened, paraplegic grandfather on the hunt for Springer and his cronies.

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Joseph 'Little Joe' Cartwight
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Joshua
William Watson ...
Zack
Robert Doyle ...
Clem
Edward Crawford ...
Jonah Morgan
Jeff Morris ...
Hal
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Troy (as Dick Farnsworth)
Claudia Bryar ...
Martha
Sean Kelly ...
Billy
Harry Holcombe ...
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Deputy Clem
Beverly Carter ...
Alice
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Jamie's 7-year-old friend, Jonah Morgan, is badly wounded when he and Jamie walk into the Virginia City Bank during a robbery by the evil Springer gang. The boy later dies of his injuries. Joe and Jamie accompany Jonah's grief-hardened, paraplegic grandfather on the hunt for Springer and his cronies. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>. Additional note by rbecker28.

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I remember seeing this when it first appeared on network. The scene where Roscoe Lee Brownes grandchild dies in his arms dropping coins to the ground he raised to buy him a present stood out in my mind. It was such a heartfelt scene I remember crying over. No one could write a tearjerker better than Michael Landon. If you doubt this watch other shows he scripted including Forever, Don't Cry my Son, The Wish, The Sound of Sadness. Mitch Vogel did an excellent job as well he was growing into a good actor. I remember as a kid seeing some things on the screen and to this day remembered. Sunday night at 9 pm I had the TV in my room. I think Landon had an unofficial position as story editor the last 5 or 6 years on the show and you could see his writing on stories that were written by others.


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