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Maverick: Last Wire from Stop Gap

Bart and Beau win $6,500 in a poker game and decide to wire the money to Denver. Big mistake because the telegraph company is a phony set up to bilk people.

Episode Info
Episode number: 4x5
Airdate: Sunday October 16th, 1960

Director: Lee Sholem
Story: Primo Saxon
Teleplay: Herman Epstein

Guest Stars
Olive SturgessOlive Sturgess
As Phyllis Hulett
Tol AveryTol Avery
As Hulett
Don C. HarveyDon C. Harvey
As Sheriff
Jimmie HoranJimmie Horan
As Kibitzer
Lane BradfordLane Bradford
As Beldon
Richard ReevesRichard Reeves
As Prospector
Robert CornthwaiteRobert Cornthwaite
As Wembley
Stephen ColtStephen Colt
As Devers
John CasonJohn Cason
As Clay
Main Cast
Jack KellyJack Kelly
As Bart Maverick
Roger MooreRoger Moore
As Beau Maverick
Episode Notes
This is the second and final episode that can be called a joint appearance by Jack Kelly and Roger Moore. Moore would make cameos in two more Kelly episodes.

Beau spouts a Pappyism in this episode.

Episode Quotes
Pappyism #1: All men are equal before the law but what kind of odds are those?

Beau: What does it all mean, Sheriff?
Sheriff: (pulls gun) Well, maybe this will make it a little clearer.

Beau: Pleasant dreams, Cousin Bart.
Bart: Ditto.

Bart: Cousin Beau, have you forgotten the fact that this cell has beds?

Wembley: (to Beau) What's the matter, Mr. Maverick, don't you trust your own cousin?

Beau: (about Phyllis) Do you believe her?
Bart: Don't put it on me.

Sheriff: Just a minute. What is all this?
Beau: You'll see. We hope.

Pappyism #2: Hard work never hurt anybody who didn't do it.

Jack Kelly and Roger Moore make a joint appearance in this episode and while they didn't have the chemistry together that Kelly and James Garner had it's still pretty enjoyable and makes one wish there had been more joint appearances for the two.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorRoy Huggins
Executive ProducerWilliam T. Orr
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