Dark Star - Bonanza S1|31

Little Joe comes upon a gypsy girl. Frightened, she runs and falls becoming unconscious. When she wakes, they discover that she believes she is bewitched and so do her people who banished her. Her birth under a dark star has fostered this belief. Little Joe, smitten, must rescue her from this belief, her people and someone posing as a wolf. As Joe and Hoss are out tracking a wolf, Joe dismounts and follows the tracks. He spies a young woman lying on the ground. When he approaches, she gets up and runs. She stumbles down a hill and lies unconscious. Hoss joins Joe and they take the young woman, who appears to be a gypsy, home. The doctor has examined her and tells the Cartwrights to give a her night's rest and some food then send her on her way. They don't know where her people are, so the doc suggests they turn her over to the sheriff. When Joe protests that she hasn't done anything, the doc says she will. Joe goes to check on her, but she only wants him to go away. When Joe won't leave, she bites his hand. More on https://bonanza.fandom.com/wiki/Dark_Star

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