Bonanza: Season 13, Episode 23

The Younger Brothers' Younger Brother (12 Mar. 1972)

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It's a case of comic mistaken identity when Hoss - on a delivery run for the Ponderosa - is mistaken as a member of the bumbling Younger Brothers gang. Ben and Joe are eventually able to convince the authorities to let Hoss go, but not after a series of misunderstandings wherein they too are involved with the Youngers' gang.

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Lonnie Younger
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Warden
James Jeter ...
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John Steadman ...
Sam
William Challee ...
Pa Younger
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It's a case of comic mistaken identity when Hoss - on a delivery run for the Ponderosa - is mistaken as a member of the bumbling Younger Brothers gang. Ben and Joe are eventually able to convince the authorities to let Hoss go, but not after a series of misunderstandings wherein they too are involved with the Youngers' gang.

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The title refers to the Younger boys who used to ride with the more famous Dalton Gang. See more »

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This was the worst show Landon wrote,
24 April 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was a painfully bad episode. I can't begin to say how bad. No one tried to be good. The shamless mugging Landon did on screen when he appeared showed he was bored playing Little Joe. Lorne Greene at least tried to put some effort into the episode. Strother Martin was always one of my favorite character actors and feel he was under used and only there for a paycheck. It was one of the last shows of the 13th season and was produced to just have an episode in the can. Michael Landon was capable of better work than this. I always loved Dan Blocker and thought he was a great under rated actor. A true natural on the screen it was sad this was the last show featuring him in the lead role for an episode.


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