During a delivery run, Joe meets Cpl. Bill Tanner, who turns out to be a war-deranged madman who enjoys stalking down his helpless victims before killing them. After stealing Joe's horse and his supplies, the psychotic Tanner explains that Joe just became his latest "prey," and that he intends to stalk him down and brutally murder him. With no help in sight, Joe must rely on his wits and intuition to defeat Tanner.
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Did You Know?
According to Associated Press reporter Jay Sharbutt's column, which appeared in the January 13, 1973 issue of the Aberdeen, South Dakota's newspaper "Aberdeen Daily News," "The Hunter" was the last show produced for the Bonanza series. The teleplay was written and directed by "Little Joe," or Michael Landon. The series had aired since September 12, 1959. Over 13 years, 430 original performances were shown. In September 1972, NBC aired the show opposite CBS television's "Maude." Bonanza's ratings dropped significantly, and in November NBC decided "to put the show out to pasture." See more
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