Maverick: Season 3, Episode 7

Full House (25 Oct. 1959)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Western
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Bret, fearless mastermind of super-villain gang Billy the Kid, Belle Starr, Cole Younger etc. ? Mistaken for the mysterious dandy, Foxy the Brain, Bret must whip out a fool-proof heist ... See full summary »

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Bret, fearless mastermind of super-villain gang Billy the Kid, Belle Starr, Cole Younger etc. ? Mistaken for the mysterious dandy, Foxy the Brain, Bret must whip out a fool-proof heist blueprint for this Axis of Evil summit of the West. Luckily, the real Foxy's in jail after a poker dispute with Bret, but what jail can hold the slippery Foxy ? At least the amorous Belle Starr's floored by Bret's charm, but the other legendary outlaws put Bret to the test. Written by David Stevens

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The title refers to a poker hand that contains three of a kind and a pair. See more »

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Belle Starr: I'm not built that way.
Bret Maverick: Nobody's complainin' about the way you're built.
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The Wild Bunch
14 September 2008 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Terrific episode in which Bret is mistaken for Foxy Smith (Robert Lowrey, who was the movies second "Batman") the mastermind behind a major robbery that includes all the top guns in the west--Black Bart, Billy the Kid (Joel Grey!), Frank and Jesse James, Cole Younger (Gregory Walcott), Sam Bass (Kelly Thordsen) and Belle Starr (Jean Willes). Bret has to think fast to keep them from discovering he ISN'T Foxy Smith, and when he can't escape, decides he has to plan a robbery for them: knocking over the Denver Mint! Garner is great as always in this and its nice to see him show how his greed (the idea of turning in all these bad guys for $73,000 worth of rewards) overcomes his fear and sense of self-preservation. He also gets a nice scene where he shows off the way he can handle a gun. It's impressive! Walcott is good as is Grey, but my own favorite was Gordon Jones who played the calm Marshall of Denver. Jones played Mike the Cop in the "Abbott and Costello Show" and its nice to see him in a different kind of law enforcement role. Kelly Thordsen doesn't get a lot to do as Sam Bass until the end, but he also appeared on Garner's "Nichols" and "The Rockford Files" years later.


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