Bonanza: Season 11, Episode 22

Return Engagement (1 Mar. 1970)

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Eleven years after her last stop in Virginia City caused trouble for a young Joe Cartwright, actress Lotta Crabtree returns for another engagement in the Nevada town. This time, it's Hoss ... See full summary »

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David McLean ...
Marshal Steve Fallon
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Bonnie
William Bryant ...
Lew
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Bartlett Robinson ...
Howell (as Bart Robinson)
Clifford A. Pellow ...
Higgins
Morgan Sterne ...
Stanhope
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Eleven years after her last stop in Virginia City caused trouble for a young Joe Cartwright, actress Lotta Crabtree returns for another engagement in the Nevada town. This time, it's Hoss who finds himself in the thick of a murder case when he is accused of killing Lotta's co-star during a performance. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52748@yahoo.com>

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