Bret and Bart ride into a small Arizona town and are mistaken for Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday despite their protestations to the contrary. Things start to look bad for the Mavericks when an...
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Bret and Bart ride into a small Arizona town and are mistaken for Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday despite their protestations to the contrary. Things start to look bad for the Mavericks when an outlaw gang ride into town and the local sheriff convinces the crooks that the two gamblers are the famous lawmen. The gunsels aren't about to let two men get in the way of their planned bank robbery no matter what their reputation. Written by
In this episode the Maverick brothers (James Garner and Jack Kelly) are mistaken as Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday by some townspeople. Years later, James Garner would portray Earp in the 1967 theatrical film 'Hour of the Gun', and Jack Kelly would portray Doc Holliday in the 1967 episode of High Chaparral entitled, 'Doctor from Dodge'. See more »
When Bret Maverick puts on his gun belt, he walks out the door of his hotel room without tying the string that goes around his right leg. When he exits the room, the string is tied around his leg. See more »
[a boy sees Bret riding into town and runs around telling everyone]
Gee. He's here! He's here! Here he comes! He's here, everybody!
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On his way to Yuma, Bret is mistaken for Doc Holliday. Bart shows up and is mistaken for Wyatt Earp. Adele Mara plays a sexy dancer in on a bank robbery. "You like it, sheriff?" Bret asks. "Oh, Them Golden Slippers" takes us back. Livery stables keep popping up. Thinking Bret is Holiday, the townspeople invite him to a turkey dinner. It is a funny scene where the sheriff interrupts the Mavericks' breakfast to tell them gunfighter Mundy is in town. They want nothing to do with it. "Live and let live!" Adele is Mundy's wife pretending to be his cousin. Her skimpy costume brought some criticism. Black and white TV was pretty conservative. It is odd how gunplay and murder were permitted and overt sexuality was not. Bret and Bart split the reward money, and the real Doc Holliday (Gerald Mohr) shows up in the end.
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