In New Orleans, Bret tries to solve a mystery involving missing jewelry, assumed identities, and the supposedly dead Joe November.



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Episode cast overview:
Felice de Lassignac #1
Charles Maxwell ...
Baron Thor von Und Zu Himmelstern
Willie Saffron
Roxane Berard ...
Felice de Lassignac #2
Chief of Police
Brother Ambrose
Bill Walker ...
Museum Attendant
Forrest Lewis ...
Captain Nelson
Bessie Bison


In New Orleans, Bret tries to solve a mystery involving missing jewelry, assumed identities, and the supposedly dead Joe November.

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Comedy | Western




Release Date:

28 February 1960 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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[first lines]
[Baron Thor and another man argue in German. The stabs, then throws the other man overboard just before Bret comes on deck]
Bret Maverick: Good evening.
Baron Himmelstern: Ah, Guten abend.
Bret Maverick: Thought I heard a splash.
Baron Himmelstern: Ja, I heard it, too. It must be one of those, uh, porporses.
Bret Maverick: A porpoise in the middle of the Mississippi? Not very likely. Oh, it was probably a catfish jumping.
Baron Himmelstern: Ah-ha, a catfish. Now that I think, I remember I hear a little meow.
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Colorful Fun
7 October 2011 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Good twisty mystery with classic Maverick elements. Bret is hired by sinister Prussian nobleman (Maxwell) and his super-coy wife (Barnes) to transport Joe November's casket from a mausoleum to the docks. Seems simple enough, but they're offering him five thousand bucks to do it. Seems suspicious, but the money's too much to resist. Want to bet he's going to be sorry?

First-rate performances from a fine cast of colorful characters. Barnes just oozes seductive charm, while the archly moody Nita Talbot delivers as a wannabe wife. Too bad she can't tell a real diamond from a Walmart special. Good to see old-time cowboy star Don (Red) Barry picking up a payday as bartender Willi. The story's got more twists than a mountain road, so you may need a scorecard. But it's still a fun 60-minutes with an appropriate wind-up.

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