Bret Maverick: Season 1, Episode 6

Horse of Yet Another Color (5 Jan. 1982)

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Young Theodore Roosevelt comes to Sweetwater to find the President's horse, which is a gift to Geronimo as party of a treaty arrangement and has turned up missing.

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Ed Bruce ...
Ramon Bieri ...
Elijah Crow (credit only)
Richard Hamilton ...
John Shearin ...
David Knell ...
Darleen Carr ...
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Delwood Crestmore
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Jessica 'Dolly' Denard
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Phineas Swackmyer
Ray Tracey ...
Jack Garner ...
Jim Gosa ...
Joe Ferris
Geno Silva ...
Running Wolf
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Bret wins a stolen horse in a poker game that Teddy Roosevelt was supposed to give the horse as a gift to Geronimo to seal a new treaty and the young Congressman is desperate to recover the animal in time. Meanwhile, Tom tries to swing a business deal with several shady operators to build a new ice house using the Red Ox saloon and Maverick's ranch as collateral. Written by David Bassler

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The title refers to the commonly used expression, "a horse of a different color". See more »

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[referring to Tom's recent suspicious activities]
Bret Maverick: Oh, it's like my old pappy always said, "There's no shame in being boondoogled... providin' you know why."
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