A rich widow woman uses her influence to get Bart into a high stakes poker game in which he wins both stock in a railroad and a colossal headache. Directed by "Casablanca" star PAUL HENREID.

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Patrick McVey ...
Roy Stafford
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Rufus Elgree
Ralph Neff ...
Horace Hogan
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Martha Abbott
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Terry McKenna (as James Lyndon)
Robert Griffin ...
Adam Sheppley
Gertrude Flynn ...
Dorritt MacGregor
Fred Kruger ...
Barnes
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Belle Morgan
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Bret Maverick (credit only)
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A rich widow woman uses her influence to get Bart into a high stakes poker game in which he wins both stock in a railroad and a colossal headache. Directed by "Casablanca" star PAUL HENREID.

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Comedy | Western

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22 February 1959 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Wilhelm scream heard during fight as man falls from side of train (about 42:15). See more »

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[first lines]
Terry McKenna: Mr. Elgree. Mre. Rufus Elgree.
Barnes: Welcome to King City, Colonel Maverick and the Bella Union Hotel, where every guest is a king.
Bart Maverick: Well, it's fine.
Barnes: Something in a suite or a bedroom convenient to a bath?
Bart Maverick: Bedroom will be all right. The barber shop?
Barnes: Just across the lobby, Colonel Maverick.
Bart Maverick: Thank you. You can just have my bags sent up to the room.
Barnes: Yes, indeedy. Boy. Boy.
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