Bonanza

Season 1 Episode 30

Feet of Clay

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Aired Saturday 7:30 PM Apr 16, 1960 on NBC
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The Cartwrights take young Billy Allen to the Ponderosa following the death of his mother. Hoss is the only one that is able to penetrate the boy's hostility and bitterness. As the two begin to get close, Billy's father Vance breaks out of prison and comes for the boy.moreless

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    Dan Blocker

    Dan Blocker

    Eric "Hoss" Cartwright

    Lorne Greene

    Lorne Greene

    Ben Cartwright

    Pernell Roberts

    Pernell Roberts

    Adam Cartwright

    Michael Landon

    Michael Landon

    Joseph "Little Joe" Francis Cartwright

    Logan Field

    Logan Field

    Vance Allen

    Guest Star

    Robert Tetrick

    Robert Tetrick

    Pike

    Guest Star

    Tom Greenway

    Tom Greenway

    Sheriff

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    Bob Miles

    Bob Miles

    Stage Driver (uncredited)

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    Victor Sen Yung

    Victor Sen Yung

    Hop Sing

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      • Hop Sing: Mr. Hoss, what happened to little boy? What you doing in Hop Sing kitchen?
        Hoss (with powdered sugar on face and front of clothing): I just brung your knife back, Hop Sing.
        Hop Sing: That so? The little boy take knife. The big boy take a doughnut. (wagging a finger at Hoss) Bad boy, very bad boy.
        Hoss (exiting quickly): I, I got some really important things to be doing, Hop Sing. I'll see ya.

      • Ben: Get your feet off the table!
        Joe (taking his feet off the table): Hey Hoss, how do you suppose you and I grew up to be so sweet-tempered with such a grouch for a pa?
        Hoss: Oh Little Joe, I reckon he must of been a might more mellower when he was younger.

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