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Bat Masterson: High Card Loses

Bat steps in and escorts three mail order brides to the metropolis of Noble Creek.

Episode Info
Episode number: 3x7
Airdate: Thursday November 10th, 1960

Guest Stars
Joan OJoan O'Brien
As Eileen McDermott
Paul FierroPaul Fierro
As Jose Tomas Reilly
Marshall Reed (1)Marshall Reed (1)
As Romer
Jean BlakeJean Blake
As Mildred Vaughn
Francis McDonaldFrancis McDonald
As Winkler (as Francis J. McDonald)
Donald DouglasDonald Douglas
As Bank Manager (as Don Douglas)
Leatrice LeighLeatrice Leigh
As Anna Calder
Ray BallardRay Ballard
As Clerk
Main Cast
Gene BarryGene Barry
As William Barclay 'Bat' Masterson
Bill BaldwinBill Baldwin
voiced Narrator
Episode Quotes
Bank Manager: You're Mr. Masterson, aren't you?
Bat: The nouveau riche Mr. Masterson.

Bat: It's been a rewarding day. Lady Luck smiled at me, grinned broadly, and then broke out laughing. Fact is, she was almost hysterical.

Bank Manager: I hope you enjoy your stay in Las Cruces.
Bat: I will now. I have no lock on my hotel room. It takes twice as long to sleep with one eye open.

Winkler: These ladies are mail order brides.
Bat: Ladies, my hat's off to the United States Post Office Department and the beautiful packages it delivers--gift wrapped.

Eileen McDermott: I was told that you always, uh, carry a cane.
Bat: Oh, ah, my horse and I usually take turns.

Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerFrederick W. Ziv
ProducerFrank Pittman  |  Andy White
Music EditorWayne Hughes
Make-upGeorge Gray (2)
Set DecoratorCharles S. Thompson
Director of PhotographyMonroe P. Askins
Art DirectorJack T. Collis
Sound EditorSidney Sutherland
Sound MixerRobert Post
Based On The Works OfRichard O'Connor
Main Title ThemeBart Corwin  |  Havens Wray
Film EditorRichard L. Van Enger
WardrobeWalt Hoffman
Assistant DirectorHal Klein
Audio SupervisorAl Lincoln
Executive Production SupervisorJoe Wonder
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