Bonanza: Season 5, Episode 27

The Roper (5 Apr. 1964)

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An Army Lieutenant comes to the ranch with a wounded prisoner. When Will gets the town doctor, the prisoner's gang shows up and takes them all prisoner. With the promise of a lot of gold, ... See full summary »

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An Army Lieutenant comes to the ranch with a wounded prisoner. When Will gets the town doctor, the prisoner's gang shows up and takes them all prisoner. With the promise of a lot of gold, Will tries to delay their departure in the hopes he can save everyone's life including his relatives, Ben Cartwright and his sons. Written by DrDOS

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