Maverick (1957–1962)
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Bart was just playing poker in a sleepy town when the bank was robbed. The bandits got away with $10,000, half of which wound up in his saddlebags - and they're coming back to look for it.

Director:

John Ainsworth

Writer:

David Lang
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Dolores Donlon ... Clover McCoy
Gage Clarke ... Myron Emerson
Tol Avery ... Cyrus Murdock
James Anderson ... Wooster
Kem Dibbs Kem Dibbs ... McGaffy
Ken Mayer ... Sheriff Starrett
Dan White ... Poe
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Bart was just playing poker in a sleepy town when the bank was robbed. The bandits got away with $10,000, half of which wound up in his saddlebags - and they're coming back to look for it.

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Genres:

Comedy | Western

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Language:

English

Release Date:

26 February 1961 (USA) See more »

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Production Co:

Warner Bros. Television See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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[first lines]
Myron Emerson: Um, Mr. Murdock, do you suppose I might have an extra hour's sleep in the morning? The books were rather difficult to close.
Cyrus Murdock: No, Mr. Emerson, sleep is for the laggard, as you well know. Aren't you forgetting our procedure?
[Murdock holds out a key for Emerson to lock the door]
Cyrus Murdock: You know how difficult it is for me to find the lock.
Myron Emerson: Oh. Oh, yes, of course.
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18 May 2011 | by agentv-2See all my reviews

This series reaches some real high points, and this episode had a lot that I liked.

Some of the styling echoes Hitchcock. The story is rich and makes full use of the time. The writing occasionally had me cheer. For me, it's incredible when I marvel to find that so much story will fit into the hour. That happened with this one.

Jack Kelly had really seasoned the role by this point and nailed the story down hard.

Don't tell me that this 1961 episode didn't have the seeds of "Wild Wild West" brewing in it. It helped me remember what I like about the "Picket Fence and Parlor western."

James Bond stand ready. The wild west is coming for you.


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