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  • Actors: Michael Landon, Lorne Greene, Dan Blocker, Jose De Vega, Steve Gravers
  • Directors: Donald R. Daves, Gerd Oswald, Jean Yarbrough, John Florea, Maurice Geraghty
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Studio: ECHOBRIDGE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001JAHPOE
  • Learn more about "Bonanza: Season 7" on IMDb

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Thank you very much for the releases so far.
Clay
Tommy Sands, Tim Considine and Wayne Newton are only a few of the many familiar guest stars in this season.
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Beautiful production values, generally solid stories where good triumphs over evil.
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36 of 36 people found the following review helpful By pony on September 3, 2014
Format: DVD
BONANZA: The Official Seventh Season is a fine addition to the wonderful collections CBSHE has put out previously. Here are my opinions and observations.

First the all-important technical details: all 33 episodes, digitally re-mastered and restored from 35mm film elements, look fantastic. Details like actors’ makeup and clothing texture are really impressive. Nothing – not even the oft. mentioned “Germany sets” -- can compare with the picture and sound quality of the shows on this new set. Until CBSHE puts the shows out on Blu-Ray, there’s nothing better out there. Be assured of that, dear BONANZA believers.

Next, the fantastic bonus features we’ve come to expect from CBSHE and DVD Executive Producer Andrew J. Klyde. This set does not disappoint, and this viewer is still thrilled how they’re able to do that (and still grumbles why others are not able to include such great special features after a vintage series’ initial season release on DVD).

Here’s a detailed list of Special Features:

-- “Michael Dante’s memories” – the charismatic actor, recorded at a 2011 BONANZA convention in Burbank, shares his memories of the BONANZA cast, a near-mishap while filming, and how he was in the running for the part of “Adam Cartwright.”

-- A fascinating, complete interview with Dan Blocker from 1965 (a short excerpt was included in a previous set). Articulate, intelligent Dan comments on the recent 1964 presidential election, how he “finds” his character every morning and leaves him at the studio every night, and talks about Pernell Roberts (newly departed from the series).

– actor Clint Howard and his father, actor Rance Howard, offer fascinating recollections about the making of “All Ye His Saints.
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47 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Tomasi on June 26, 2014
Format: DVD
Season 7 is the first full Adamless season (Pernell Roberts wasn't in 10 episodes of season 6) and season 7 was left completely out of the 1973 syndication rerun package of Bonanza (which contained 260 episodes from seasons 1-6; 8-11). Fortunately, it was included with the balance of 170 "Lost Episodes", which were released in 1988, and comprised the remainder of the series. The episodes are fantastic, as the other Cartwrights rise to the occaision. Incidentally, these episodes were never lost, but were sitting in an NBC storage facility in Fort Lee, NJ. Season 7 was Bonanza's second of three consecutive seasons in the #1 spot in the Nielsen Ratings. I removed one star for the absence of Pernell Roberts. Like Dennis Weaver (Chester Goode) who'd left Gunsmoke a season earlier, and offered to make a guest appearance in a later season of Gunsmoke, Roberts had also offered to make occasional appearances as Adam (he is mentioned on Bonanza as late as season 12). Don Knotts, who left Mayberry in 1965, after 5 seasons, returned for 6 guest appearances as Barney Fife in later seasons of The Andy Griffith Show and the debut of Mayberry R.F.D. But the producers of Gunsmoke and Bonanza, declined guest appearances by former regulars, and I believe we are the poorer for it. Towards the end of his life, Bonanza's executive producer/creator, David Dortort, said that he only recently appreciated Pernell Roberts, adding, that he improved any scene he was in.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Kathleen on August 10, 2014
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While I've been anxiously awaiting the Season Seven set of Bonanza, I have to be honest and say that my rating was affected overall because of the absence of Adam. He was, and has always been, my MOST favorite character/actor in the series. Not to diminish the other outstanding actors (trickster Landon, Greene, and gentle "Hoss"), but Roberts just added that extra special something that none of the other three could do. I remember being devastated when the series was being broadcast and the new season did not have Adam. For many weeks, I missed the show because I was so disappointed and it didn't seem worth it to me. However, in the years since, I do enjoy the entire series. I choose to think of Adam as being somewhere just out of sight. But, oh, how I missed him. I kept wishing for his return.....
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32 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Timothy P. Roberts on July 3, 2014
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The List of episodes for season 7 are as following:

1. The Debt (September 12, 1965)
2. The Dilemma (September 19, 1965)
3. The Brass Box (September 26, 1965)
4. The Other Son (October 3, 1965)
5. The Lonely Runner (October 10, 1965)
6. Devil On Her Shoulder (October 17, 1965)
7. Found Child (October 24, 1965)
8. The Meredith Smith (October 31, 1965)
9. Mighty Is The Word (November 7, 1965)
10. The Strange One (November 14, 1965)
11. The Reluctant Rebel (November 21, 1965)
12. Five Sundowns to Sunup (December 5, 1965)
13. A Natural Wizard (December 12, 1965)
14. All Ye His Saints (December 19, 1965)
15. A Dublin Lad (January 2, 1966)
16. To Kill a Buffalo (January 9, 1966)
17. Ride the Wind -- Part 1 (January 16, 1966)
18. Ride the Wind -- Part 2 (January 23, 1966)
19. Destiny's Child (January 30, 1966)
20. Peace Officer (February 6, 1966)
21. The Code (February 13, 1966)
22. Three Brides for Hoss (February 20, 1966)
23. The Emperor Norton (February 27, 1966)
24. Her Brother's Keeper (March 6, 1966)
25. The Trouble with Jamie (March 20, 1966)
26. Shining in Spain (March 27, 1966)
27. The Genius (April 3, 1966)
28. The Unwritten Commandment (April 10, 1966)
29. Big Shadows on the Land (April 17, 1966)
30. The Fighters (April 24, 1966)
31. Home from the Sea (May 1, 1966)
32. The Last Mission (May 8, 1966)
33. A Dollar's Worth of Trouble (May 15, 1966)
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