Garrett plans for a pleasant visit with his girlfriend are dashed when he finds her house in flames and her father dead. Rancher Neal Bailey claims to own the land and is within his rights ... See full summary »

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Garrett plans for a pleasant visit with his girlfriend are dashed when he finds her house in flames and her father dead. Rancher Neal Bailey claims to own the land and is within his rights to burn out squatters. In the ensuing argument, Garrett shoots the rancher and Bailey swears revenge, deciding to carry it out on Garrett's wedding day. Written by David Bassler

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3 December 1960 (USA)  »

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Marry me
13 March 2017 | by (Boston Massachusetts) – See all my reviews

Patrick and Billy, riding along, decide to visit Pat girlfriend. Just so happens her house is on fire. 2 men are there, 1 flaming they built their house on his land. So he burns it down. Not much Garrett can do seeing how it IS on his land. Garrett warns the arsonist/owner, owner makes threats himself. Billy tries to start a fight but Pat tells him to back down. Later Pat asks his gf to marry him, she says yes. And here's the spoiler, What happens when the star of the show, especially a western, is about to get married? We all know. I call it "The Cartwright Curse" because it happens so many times on Bonanza. Cool ending though.


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