Bart wagers to save the lives of his fellow stagecoach travelers--who have shown their dislike for gamblers--when the coach is held up and Bart makes an unusual bet with the bandits. Now, ... See full summary »

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Sebastian Bolanes
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Luis
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George Rockingham
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Stallion
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Lady Florentine Bleakly
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Rose Kwan
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Dr. Robespierre Jones
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Chauncey
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Bart wagers to save the lives of his fellow stagecoach travelers--who have shown their dislike for gamblers--when the coach is held up and Bart makes an unusual bet with the bandits. Now, the only question is: Does Bart hold the winning hand? Written by Anonymous

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7 January 1962 (USA)  »

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The title refers to a facial expression that is especially handy in playing poker where the expression it presents does not reveal anything as to whether the player is buffing or not. See more »

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[last lines]
Bart Maverick: You know, I got an idea that money will never get back to Yuma.
Stallion: Don't matter. I got a Letter of Credits from the Yuma Bank for Bolanes, in case it didn't work.
Bart Maverick: Well, you mean there isn't seventy-thousand dollars in that bag?
Stallion: Oh, it's in there, alright. But it's all Confederate money.
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Surprisingly advanced within a formula
29 March 2014 | by (North Hollywood, CA) – See all my reviews

The story itself is a little reminiscent of De Maupassant's "Boule de Suif" - a bunch of swells in a coach who look down on a woman (here because she's Chinese), but find themselves dependent on her. And some of the plot points are glaringly predictable. But some of the themes here are breathtakingly advanced for the time - racial prejudice, economic oppression of indigenous peoples. Plus the main kidnapper has real power and nobility. A lot of the rest is boiler plate, including a comic set piece with a corrupt Mexican officer. But what's surprising here is not what's predictable, it's what isn't. As it happens, I watched this during the premier of "Crisis", also about the kidnapping of a group. This was far more compelling, even across the formulaic context.


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