Brisco and Bowler are entrusted in guarding a stagecoach load of money to Reno for the Governor of Nevada. En route they're robbed by masked men. Brisco recognizes one of them as Dixie Cousins, and they soon learn it was for a good cause.

Director:

Larry Shaw

Writers:

Jeffrey Boam (creator), Carlton Cuse (creator) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Bruce Campbell ... Brisco County Jr.
Julius Carry ... Lord Bowler
Christian Clemenson ... Socrates Poole
Comet Comet ... Comet
Kelly Rutherford ... Dixie Cousins
Jeff Phillips Jeff Phillips ... Whip Morgan
Elaine Hendrix ... Dolly Cousins
Louis Giambalvo ... Enzio Tataglia
Paul Ben-Victor ... Joey Tataglia
Peter Dobson ... Dino Tataglia
Ted Markland ... Duster #1
Herschel Sparber Herschel Sparber ... Rex
Cosimo Canale Cosimo Canale ... Luca (as Cosmo Canale)
Gathering Marbet Gathering Marbet ... Darla
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Storyline

Brisco and Bowler are entrusted in guarding a stagecoach load of money to Reno for the Governor of Nevada. En route they're robbed by masked men. Brisco recognizes one of them as Dixie Cousins, and they soon learn it was for a good cause.

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1890s | 19th century | See All (2) »


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 April 1994 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(27 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Dolly Cousins is named after Dolly Parton. See more »

Quotes

Enzio Tataglia: [Sitting at a table in the middle of town] In my country we have a saying "If you yodel in the forest , the yoohoo that you yoohoo will be the yoohoo that you get back."
Brisco County Jr.: Where were you from again?
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Livin' on the Edge of Love
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Performed by Elaine Hendrix and Kelly Rutherford
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Makes for a sure bet
31 May 2016 | by Mr-FusionSee all my reviews

Reading the synopsis that comes with the packaging, 'Wild Card' doesn't seem at all promising. High-stakes poker and mobsters? On a Western? This show's always toying with genre conventions, but never more so than here. And honestly, it comes off very well. The mob fits because the show's riffing on Sicilian clichés, the poker works because we care about the characters (they found good material for now-recurring Whip Morgan) and everything is smoothly handled; even the on-again-off-again between Brisco and Dixie (which, really, could be a trainwreck in a TV show; it's a balancing act). There may be neon and east coast mafiosi, but the show's spirit is very much alive; and everything (cast, action, writing) is just right. Which is really what counts, but it's never been this entertaining.

10/10


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