Bonanza: Season 1, Episode 7

The Saga of Annie O'Toole (24 Oct. 1959)

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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", ... See full summary »

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Annie O'Toole
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Swede Lundberg
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Gregory Spain
Victor Sen Yung ...
John Patrick ...
Kevin O'Toole
Richard Reeves ...
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Ollie O'Toole ...
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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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When Annie turns her back to the camera, she is wearing a modern brassiere underneath her blouse. See more »

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Ben Cartwright: It would seem as if Mr. Kevin, himself, O'Toole is buried atop the richest strike ever made in the Washoe.
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Comedy Western
9 November 2006 | by (Valencia, Spain) – See all my reviews

This episode is mainly interesting only because it features Ida Lupino in love with Alan Hale, Jr. (The Skipper from Gilligan's Island). Watching Alan Hale, Jr. acting is painful, as he is horrible. Where was Gilligan? Alan Hale, Jr. plays a dumb oaf in this episode, and he does that very well.

This episode also features a lot of narration by Pernell Whitaker (Adam) and that just shows that apparently there was not much story and there were a lot of gaps that needed to be filled. The last two minutes are mostly boring narration about what happened to Lupino and Hale after they got married. Pernell Whitaker had a snobby style that was good in many episodes but here he just comes across as obnoxious.

The main focus of this episode is on Ida Lupino, and she gets to show how hard-headed she can act and to otherwise be a stubborn woman. Lupino's stubborn character never changes in spite of how much she drives Adam (Whitaker) nuts by her actions. Not much of a story, but it is interesting to see Lupino and Hale together here.


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