Bonanza: Season 3, Episode 20

The Auld Sod (4 Feb. 1962)

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Town drunk Danny Lynch's letters written to his dear Irish mother tell her of his life as a wealthy Nevada rancher, and when the old lady comes to America to pay her son a surprise visit, ... See full summary »

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James Dunn ...
Danny Lynch
Cheerio Meredith ...
Nellie Lynch
Jeff DeBenning ...
John Higgins (as Jeff De Benning)
Howard Wright ...
Howie
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Keith Richards ...
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Jack Carr ...
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Town drunk Danny Lynch's letters written to his dear Irish mother tell her of his life as a wealthy Nevada rancher, and when the old lady comes to America to pay her son a surprise visit, Danny convinces the Cartwrights to let him pretend that he is the owner of the Ponderosa and they are the hired hands. Written by shepherd1138

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