Bonanza: Season 11, Episode 3

The Silence at Stillwater (28 Sep. 1969)

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Candy is accused of a string of serious crimes, including murder, robbery and arson in Stillwater, and when the Cartwrights come to his defense, the sheriff refuses to cooperate. Even worse... See full summary »

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Sheriff Austin
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Lonnie Stern
Frank Marth ...
Mr. Burnham
Gene Tyburn ...
Deputy
Dan Kemp ...
Jim Hale
Gene Dynarski ...
Hostler
Teddy Quinn ...
Peter
John Zaremba ...
Dr. Menring
Eddie Ryder ...
Vern Crandall
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Candy is accused of a string of serious crimes, including murder, robbery and arson in Stillwater, and when the Cartwrights come to his defense, the sheriff refuses to cooperate. Even worse: A young boy claims he positively saw the Ponderosa foreman commit those crimes. The Cartwrights work with the boy to jog his memory before an innocent Candy is convicted and sentenced to hang. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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