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Barbary Coast: Sauce For the Goose

Cash and Cable work to end a scam. A rigged and re-rigged high stakes poker game involving a superstitious politician and a little green book used for blackmail, leads Cable and Cash into the world of politics to get a kingpin of corruption. In "Sauce for the Goose," a plan is devised to get the goods on crooked politician Austin Benedict. A poker game between Cash and Benedict is interrupted by a trumped-up fire resulting in cards being switched, but superstitious Benedict demands a rematch. Cable assumes the identity of a gypsy seer and advises the superstitious Benedict that the new game has been rigged. The game proceeds until Cash offers to bet $200,000 if Benedict will call the bet with his little green book containing names of officials he has been blackmailing.
William Shatner stars as Jeff Cable, and Doug McClure as Cash Conover. Richard Kiel co-stars as Moose Moran and Dave Turner appears as Thumbs, the piano player. Joseph Campanella guest stars as Austin Benedict, Burr DeBenning as Harry Darcy, Diane McBain as Myra, Brooke Mills as Redhead, Martin E. Brooks as Adam Conway, Simon Scott as the Senator and Charles Bateman as Woodle. Others in the cast are Bill Quinn as the Judge and Bill Walker as the butler.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x7
Production Number: 60691-007
Airdate: Monday October 20th, 1975

Director: Don McDougall
Writer: Stephen Lord

Guest Stars
Simon ScottSimon Scott
As Senator
Bill Quinn (1)Bill Quinn (1)
As the Judge
Bill Walker (1)Bill Walker (1)
As The butler
Brooke MillsBrooke Mills
As Redhead
Burr deBenningBurr deBenning
As Harry Darcy
Joseph CampanellaJoseph Campanella
As Austin Benedict
Martin E. BrooksMartin E. Brooks
As Adam Conway
Main Cast
William ShatnerWilliam Shatner
As Jeff Cable
Doug McClureDoug McClure
As Cash Conover
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