Having won a saloon, Bart arrives in town to find it closed because of a competing claim of ownership by the Marquessa, the alleged heir to the land grant on which the saloon and the town ... See full summary »

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Luisa Ruisenor
Edward Ashley ...
Nobby Ned Wyngate
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Pepe
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Carlos Romero ...
Manuel Ortiz
Belle Mitchell ...
Eufemia Machado
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ...
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Having won a saloon, Bart arrives in town to find it closed because of a competing claim of ownership by the Marquessa, the alleged heir to the land grant on which the saloon and the town sits. Bart suspects that the Marquessa is a fraud, but is she? Written by graymatters

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3 January 1960 (USA)  »

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The term in the title is the wife of a Marque just as a Baroness is to his husband the Baron. See more »

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Miguel Ruiz: What do you say, Senor?
Bart Maverick: It's your bet. You open.
Miguel Ruiz: I would like to, what is the expression, to tap you.
Bart Maverick: Tap me? I have over five thousand here.
Miguel Ruiz: Most of it mine, Senor.
Bart Maverick: I'm not ungrateful. But how can you tap me? You only have fifty over there.
Miguel Ruiz: You're a gambling man, no?
Bart Maverick: I'm a gambling man, yes. That's how I know you can't tap me unless you have at least as much as I have.
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Maverick: The Marquesa
17 May 2015 | by (Nashville, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

"The Marquesa" has a familiar theme. Bart wins a cantina called the Lucky Lady when his four treys beat a full house. He travels to the New Mexico territory only to learn the cantina has been closed due to a dispute over ownership. Nevertheless, he reopens it with drinks on the house. This was the last of Adele Mara's three appearances in Maverick, and she plays the Marquesa. She believes she is an impostor, a saloon girl, until it turns out that she really is the Marquesa and heir to the land. Adele was married to the show's creator, Roy Huggins. Nobby Ned Wyngate appears as a Jim Buckley-like grafter, although his character never caught on.


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