Moose and Small Paul Wheelwright? The Subrosa Ranch? Hilarious "Bonanza" parody with Bart squirming in the middle between 3 naive, Pa whipped brothers and their worldly mail-order brides ... See full summary »

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Allyson Ames ...
Lou Ann Smythe
Joseph Gallison ...
Small Paul Wheelwright (as Evan McCord)
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Moose Wheelwright
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Henry Wheelwright
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Moose and Small Paul Wheelwright? The Subrosa Ranch? Hilarious "Bonanza" parody with Bart squirming in the middle between 3 naive, Pa whipped brothers and their worldly mail-order brides from the Barbary Coast, after matchmaker Whittleseed (Willard Waterman) is murdered. Episode also has fine performances by Kasey Rogers, Jake Sheffield as the amorous Moose, and Jim Backus as the blustery pa of the Wheelwrights, who always stick together - and we even find out why they have to! "Three Queens Full" is adorned with splendidly over-the-top music too. Written by David Stevens

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12 November 1961 (USA)  »

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This is a parody of the NBC western series Bonanza (1959). See more »

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Sheriff Mattson: Well, Mr. Wheelwright, nice to see you. Boys.
Joe Wheelwright: You haven't brought us in-town on a fool's errand, now, Sheriff?
Sheriff Mattson: Oh, no, I think this man fills the bill in every particular, Mr. Wheelwright.
Joe Wheelwright: Who is he?
Sheriff Mattson: His name's Bart Maverick. He's in the saloon playing poker.
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Maverick: Three Queens Full
16 May 2015 | by (Nashville, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

"Three Queens Full" parodies Bonanza. The Wheelwrights replace the Cartwrights. The Ponderosa becomes the Subrosa. Hoss becomes Moose. Daddy Wheelwright hires Bart to chaperone three brides for his three fine sons. When the girls start robbing the house, Bart teaches them manners: "Tone down the wiggle!" After some intrigue and second-guessing, the girls marry the Wheelwright boys. This is a funny episode, and Ed Robertson who wrote a book about the series decries the reliance on slapstick after James Garner left the show. Robertson was partial to the humor that arose naturally from Garner's character. As for me, I enjoyed all five seasons.


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