Bonanza

Season 9 Episode 16

A Girl Named George

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Aired Saturday 7:30 PM Jan 14, 1968 on NBC
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A Girl Named George
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Can a photograph lie? Sleazy lawyer Cato Troxell is on trial for the murder of a Virginia City judge. As proof that he couldn't have done it, he produces a group photograph he's in that was taken at the Ponderosa at the time of the killing. The Cartwrights and Candy examine the photo and notice something wrong with Troxell's appearance in the shot.moreless

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    Dan Blocker

    Dan Blocker

    Eric "Hoss" Cartwright

    David Canary

    David Canary

    Candy Canaday

    Lorne Greene

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    Ben Cartwright

    Michael Landon

    Michael Landon

    Joseph "Little Joe" Francis Cartwright

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Ben, Hoss, and Joe were told to smile for their pictures, though at this time in history (1868), it was not customary for subjects to smile. It would take a while for the picture to be taken and would be hard for a person to hold a smile for a long period of time.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Troxell: Ironic isn't it? One photograph exonerates me of murder, the other one convicts me.

      • Candy: You mean you're not extending the famous Cartwright hospitality?

      • Candy: Were the boys resisting one of your fatherly lectures, Mr. Cartwright?
        Ben: I'm not in the habit of giving lectures, and if I do, it's possibly because they're needed. Might have been a good idea if your father had given you a few.
        Candy: Oh he did.
        Ben: Well obviously they didn't have much effect.
        Candy: Oh, yes they did; I left home.

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