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Adam Williams who was seen in past episodes, returns, this time as Mueller, later seen in season eight's, "The Prince".
Trivia: Guest star Michael Dante as Miguel Ortega, best remembered for his portrayal of "Crazy Horse", in the 60's, and in the classic Star Trek episode, "Friday's Child", as Maab.
Stunt Trivia: In the bar fight with Mueller (Adam Williams) and Little Joe (Michael Landon), lead stunt co-ordinator Bob Miles does the doubling for Williams in the long shots of the bar fight in "The Brass Box". Bob Miles...(uncredited; horseback double for Tim Considine),...
Roy Jenson returns again, as one of the town roughnecks, later seen in ten's, "The Wish", and in fourteen's, "Forever".
Wanting to restore their family's once-respected name, a young man and his sister offer to work on the Ponderosa for free. This beautiful vista offers sweeping views of nearby Big Bear Lake in the climax of the story, too. The director had instructed Tom Simcox to dive in a ditch as soon as the dynamite was detonated on the mountain face.
Several years before, their outlaw father, whom they believe to be dead, stole from Ben. Horse Trivia: Michael Landon is riding a casting horse, a cut above his Paint horse at the climax of the show at Cedar Lake. This was a safety issue for the actor and a way to make Andy's death convincing when being filmed.
Anthony Call, best remembered in the classic Star Trek episode, "The Corbomite Maneuver", as Lt. John Hubbard and John Archer both make return appearances in this episode, along with Bob Miles and Bill Clark as Roy's deputies. Ben makes another reference to Adam, this time writing him for advice, and the last reference to Marie Cartwright's death in one scene. He later returns in season eight's "Dark Enough to See the Stars" as Billy Wilcox. Trivia: Guest star Strother Martin making another appearance, as one of the "Meredith Smith's", previously seen in season five's, "The Saga Of Muley Jones", as one of the bootleggers, and later in season eleven's, "The Silence At Stillwater", twelve's, "The Imposters", and "The Younger Brother's Younger Brother" as Cole Younger. Michael Witney was born as Whitney Michael Armstrong on November 21, 1931 in New York City. It was compiled into a TV-movie with thirteen's "Second Sight" (also censored), entitled "Bonanza-The Movie" (1989) and aired on the USA Network.
Location Scenes Filmed at: Lake Sherwood, Southern California. Bing Russell appears as Sheriff Walker of Placerville, and not his usual role as Deputy Clem Foster. His last appearance on the series is in season eleven's "What Are Pardners For? Tom Simcox played Andy, the oldest of the two brothers and favored by Clint. Anne Helm making her first appearance as yet another "Meredith Smith", later seen in season nine's, "Pride Of A Man", as Ms. Robert Sorrells returns, claiming he is "Meredith", previously seen in earlier episodes and later seen in season eleven's, "Dead Wrong" as Sid. He was a very good character actor who appeared in numerous television series and films in the 60's, 70's and early 80's. It was later aired unedited on the Goodlife Network from 1999 to 2001. Act three through act four begins on the right side of the Mount Rose Summit, up the service road at the Mount Rose Campground, located on the steep slopes of Slide Mountain, where Joe is almost killed. Bill Clark...(uncredited; horseback double for Dan Blocker),... Prescott, and later seen in season nine's, "The Price Of Salt", as Seth Talbott. The end of act four concluding this episode was again filmed at Tahoe Meadows, above Incline Village, Lake Tahoe, Nevada. Ed Jauregui...(uncredited; horseback double for Lorne Greene). Support actress Angela Dorian was the only "Bonanza" performer who went on to be a Playmate. Trivia: Betty Endicott makes her last appearance as an extra on the series. Location Scenes Filmed at: Janss Conejo Ranch, Southern California and June 1961 stock footage of Hoss and Joe riding through the wooded clearing at Incline Village, Lake Tahoe, Nevada. He later returns in season eight's "A Time to Step Down" as wrangler Dan Tolliver. Michael Witney makes the first of his four appearances, in this one as Cliff Rexford, who has a vendetta against Paul Watson. Williard Sage playing the heavy, seen later in season eight's, "Dark Enough To See The Stars", and Robert Mc Queeney, previously seen in season two's, "The Rival", eight's, "Black Friday", and in nine's, "False Witness", as the Sheriff. Filming date: August 24-31, 1965 The mother of a young outlaw condemned to hang, threatens to have her gang's hostages killed if her son is not set free. Good direction by Gerd Oswald helps this seem more like a feature film than a series. He only rides the Paint horse later on in the show in act four. Bob Miles...(uncredited; horseback double for Michael Landon). makes his first appearance as mule packer Clint Watson. Trivia: Guest star Glenn Corbett, making his first appearance, as Reverend Paul Watson, later seen in season twelve's, "Winter Kill", Sue Randall in her last appearance, as Sue, his wife. Trivia: Guest star Louise Sorel, one of TV's best actresses, as Marie, still active in daytime television, also remembered in the classic Star Trek episode, "Requiem For Methuselah", as Rayna. Tim Considine, as Billy, best remembered from Disney's, "Spin & Marty". Location Scenes Filmed at: Albertson Ranch, Southern California.