Bart wedges himself between a scam & a silver baron, to collect a card debt from welsher & conman Capt. Fitzgerald. Central to the dragoon is Countess de la Fontaine, engaged to the mining ... See full summary »

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Roxane Berard ...
Countess De La Fontaine / Liz Bancroft
David Frankham ...
Captain Rory Fitzgerald
Arch Johnson ...
Placer Jack Mason
Roberta Shore ...
Judy Mason
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Tom Fadden ...
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Bart wedges himself between a scam & a silver baron, to collect a card debt from welsher & conman Capt. Fitzgerald. Central to the dragoon is Countess de la Fontaine, engaged to the mining magnate Placer Jack, and she's far from the plain/fat/50, the Irish rogue describes her as to brush Bart off. Jack's protective children become spykids - because they're equally suspicious of Bart, Fitzgerald and the Countess. Written by David Stevens

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20 September 1959 (USA)  »

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After Bart Maverick fools Silvan and Harry into believing he is a U.S. Marshal, they untie him and Maverick stands at the door ordering them not to leave the shack as he himself is about to depart. The overhead microphone suddenly appears clearly visible in the upper left hand corner of the screen. See more »

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Bart Maverick: [narrating] A big noisy boom-town is no place for a man who, like myself, enjoys a more peaceful and less complicated surrounding. But, when a man suddenly finds himself in alarming need of immediate opportunity, then the bigger the boom-town the better. And Virginia City was the biggest boomer of them all.
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Royal Four Flush
8 February 2016 | by (Nashville, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

Swindlers and con artists! Virginia City is booming! No, it is not in Virginia. It is in Nevada. I was there in 1980. Bart recognizes the "countess" as a New Orleans card dealer, then convinces a couple of old coots that he is a Untied States marshal. "I arrest you in the name of the United States government!" LOL! Roberta Shore is Judy, trying to protect her father from people who want his money. I remember Shore from my movie magazines in those days. She was a cutie! A four-flush is a poker hand one card short of being a full flush. A four-flusher is a liar. If human nature is the way it is portrayed in nature, there is little hope for us. Pappyism: "Stay clear of weddings because one of them is liable to be your own." It was writer Marion Hargrove who came up with the idea of Pappy. Roy Huggins loved it. It provided a Maverick philosophy.


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