A big winner at poker, Bart puts his winnings in the hotel safe. When he awakes, his cash is gone and the clerk is dead. His only chance for a stake is the bank president, aka the Widow ... See full summary »

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Wilma White
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George Manton
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Mayor Cosgrove
Don Kennedy ...
Sheriff Jim Vaughan
Pilar Seurat ...
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A big winner at poker, Bart puts his winnings in the hotel safe. When he awakes, his cash is gone and the clerk is dead. His only chance for a stake is the bank president, aka the Widow White, who's future is threatened by mysterious notes. Written by DrDOS

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24 January 1960 (USA)  »

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Wilma White: Pilar will be on the other side of you. She and I can chaperone each other, Mr. Maverick. Or, uh, hadn't the thought crossed your mind?
Bart Maverick: Oh, it crossed it ma'am, but it didn't stay.
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The White Widow
12 February 2016 | by (Nashville, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

Her name is Wilma White, and she is a widow. Thus, the title! When Bart puts his winnings in the hotel safe, it is stolen and he must apply for a bank loan. Wilma White is the bank president. Bart says he doesn't "settle too well." Wilma is not used to being turned down. They kiss! There is suspense as the widow's life seems to be threatened. I will not say who is doing it, but there are several suspects. When the widow hires Bart to protect her, he naturally gets knocked in the head. He was knocked in the head so many times during the series, it is wonder he did not have brain damage. Julie Adams is the white (black) widow. She was in Creature from the Black Lagoon.


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