| Season 13, Episode 25 |
#414 in Series
|Air date||March 26, 1972|
|Written by||Joseph Bonaduce|
|Directed by||William Wiard|
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A Place to Hide
| Next Episode:|
One Ace Too Many
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Ben's ability to close a livestock contract with a widow who's part of the temperance movement hinges on the sale of a dilapidated saloon in Upright. The Cartwright "boys" decide to hold on to the dive after the town drunk insists there's a fortune hidden somewhere in the building.
Ben's ability to close a lucrative cattle purchase with a picky livestock heiress hinges on Hoss' and Joe's ability to sell a dilapidated saloon they were duped into buying. However, the Cartwright brothers are convinced that the shanty of a saloon contains a valuable painting.
Cast and CharactersEdit
- Lorne Greene: Ben Cartwright
- Dan Blocker: Hoss Cartwright
- Michael Landon: Little Joe Cartwright
- Mitch Vogel: Jamie Cartwright
- Alan Oppenheimer: Darius Dalrymple
- Loretta Swit: Ellen Sue Greely
- Harry Hickox: Mr Turner
- Stuart Nisbit: Sheriff
- James Rawley: Telegraph Operator
- Beverly Reed: Dance Hall Girl
- Anne Seymour: Miss Frost
- Dan Tobin: Blackely
- Ernest Sarracino: Frenchy
- Fran Ryan: Widow Lucas
- Richard Stahl: Snedaker
- When this episode first aired, Loretta Swit was just months away from stardom with her signature role as Hot Lips Houligan on M*A*S*H.
- German episode title: "Der Schatz im Saloon", meaning "The Treasure in the Saloon".
Jamie: (to Hoss, regarding the nude painting) Well, I was just wondering...Uh, why is it that I couldn't look at the naked lady when she was just a naked lady, and now all of a sudden, I can because she's a great work of art.
Hoss: Now, ah, that's simple Jamie, because, you see, it's...with a...uh...Hey Joe, explain that!