Bret has won a large herd of livestock, but soon finds out that the livestock is sheep and not cattle. And as the new owner of the sheep, Bret is now the object of the local cattlemen's wrath.

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Dee Cooper
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Verne Scott
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Jensen
Armand Alzamora ...
De Basco
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Cain (as Don Rhodes)
Chet Stratton ...
Crabill
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Honest Donald McFadden
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Big Coley
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Bret has won a large herd of livestock, but soon finds out that the livestock is sheep and not cattle. And as the new owner of the sheep, Bret is now the object of the local cattlemen's wrath.

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14 February 1960 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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[first lines]
Bret Maverick: It's your bet, I believe, Mr. Coley.
[Coley takes off his gun-belt and puts it in the pot]
Big Coley: The only thing left that shines, Mr. Maverick.
Bret Maverick: Well, I'll accept that, and I'll call.
[Maverick takes off his gun-belt and adds it to the pot]
Big Coley: Three little ladies on an errand of mercy.
Bret Maverick: And three wise men to show 'em the way.
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Maverick: A Flock Of Trouble
5 July 2015 | by (Nashville, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

It is a flock of sheep that gives Bret trouble. He wins a sheep ranch in a poker game and becomes involved in a war between cattlemen and sheepherders. Sheep smell! I tend to take an interest in the women of Maverick. They are an age group, born in the early 1930's. Myrna Fahey as Dee Cooper was born in 1933. She is a tomboy, but a romantic at heart. Bret buys her a fancy dress and sweet talks her. She twirls, feeling pretty and female. Dee and Bret kiss, and she buys his sheep. It is amazing how one slug in the jaw can knock a man out cold. I also marvel at the sound made by a fist striking a jaw. It is that clicking sound heard in all the old westerns.


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