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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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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Bart Maverick: My old Pappy used to tell me that, uh, "There's imperfection in all of us. It just shows more on some, that's all."
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Maverick: Poker Face
19 May 2015 | by (Nashville, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

Yuma, Arizona! A motley group ride together in a stagecoach: a pompous businessman, a missionary, a British noblewoman and an Asian lady. Bart boards the coach outside of town. Mexican bandits kidnap the passengers and hold them for ransom. The lead bandit and the Asian lady warm up to each other. Maria is a hot one and jealous. Finally, Bart teaches the bandits how to play poker and plays the leader for the group's freedom. This is a tight, character-based episode. Jack Kelly starred in the more traditional westerns while James Garner drew the lighter, more humorous scripts. I love those old stagecoaches. They take me back to my youth and the early days of television


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