Rawhide (1959–1965)
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Incident of the Wild Deuces 

While Rowdy and Wishbone buy supplies in town the ailing Mushy is persuaded to play poker. He chooses seven card stud deuces wild. He wins over $1500 in the game. People are after his money and the consequences cause everyone headaches.

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Gil Favor
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Rowdy Yates
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Wishbone
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Mushy
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Jim Quince
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Joe Scarlet
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Hey Soos
William R. Thompkins ...
Toothless (as William Thompkins)
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Lorelei Mears
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Reverend Jess Lincoln
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Walt Fuller
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Joe (as Robert B. Williams)
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Poker Player
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Sam (as W.J. Vincent)
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Mushy has phenomenal luck at poker, but learns that being wealthy is a mixed blessing. Coaxed into a game in town while getting supplies, he wins $1500. Back in camp the drovers fawn on him so much that they neglect their duties to the consternation of trail boss Gil Favor. Chewed out by Favor, Mushy secretly quits his trail-cooking job and heads for town. Mushy and Wishbone follow him. Mushy has even more luck this time, winning half the saloon and all of owner Lorelei Mears' cash. So she can finagle her losses back, she has the sheriff throw Rowdy and Wishbone in jail on trumped-up charges. When the two are released they have their own idea on how to recoup Mushy's wealth, and Mushy realizes the best disposition of his wealth. Written by chipe

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12 December 1963 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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