Bonanza (1959–1973)
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The Saga of Annie O'Toole 

Feisty Annie O'Toole comes west with her old Da to mine silver and winds up feeding the silver miners, shanghaiing Adam Cartwright to be her partner in her tent-kitchen, "The Square Meal", ... See full summary »

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Feisty Annie O'Toole comes west with her old Da to mine silver and winds up feeding the silver miners, shanghaiing Adam Cartwright to be her partner in her tent-kitchen, "The Square Meal", and her attorney in Miner's Court when an old enemy challenges her right to her claim. Written by shepherd1138

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24 October 1959 (USA)  »

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The real life Annie O'Toole and Swede Lundberg--Ida Lupino and Alan Hale Jr.--were reunited several years later when Lupino directed Hale and his fellow castaways in four episodes of the iconic sitcom Gilligan's Island (1964). See more »

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When Annie turns her back to the camera, she is wearing a modern brassiere underneath her blouse. See more »

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Annie O'Toole: [On her father dying] In fact, I'm proud of him.
Adam Cartwright: Proud of him?
Annie O'Toole: Why not? It's the first time in his life he did what he said he'll do.
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Adam ain't no Sweet Pea
13 January 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I don't quibble with spider63's opinion of this episode -- to each his own. But the actor's name is Pernell Roberts. Pernell (Sweet Pea) Whitaker was a prizefighter from Norfolk, VA. p.s., I liked the episode because of the casting of Lupino and Hale Jr. (nice to see in a non- and pre-Skipper role). I wouldn't hold it against him or any of the actors if they're dramatic skills aren't worthy of, say, a Hollywood feature film. This was the early episodes of a TV series, way back in 1959, so the bar wasn't set very high. I do admit that the narration throughout by Roberts makes this episode stand out as rather unusual by "Bonanza" standards. But it still is a curiosity, and I don't quibble with the quality. I'll take early "Bonanza" over most current TV series' episodes any day of the week.


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