Maverick

A Technical Error

Season 5, Ep 5, Aired 11/26/61
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  • Episode Description
  • Bart Maverick thinks he's finally hit the jackpot when he wins a bank in a poker game, and his buddy Doc Holiday is brimming with schemes to "legally" make them both filthy rich. Unfortunately,the bank turns out to have a serious dark side and people are beginning to ask questions.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jolene Brand

    Penelope Baxter

  • Ben Gage

    Sheriff

  • Frank DeKova

    Blackjack Hardy

  • Alma Platt

    Miss Hennessey

  • Frank London

    Sonny Hardy

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • Bart reunites with his old friend, Doc Holliday, in a delightfully funny episode about the various ways to get money from a bank.

    By m00nshadow, Jul 07, 2009

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (29)

    • Pappyism: Money is always there, only the pockets change.

    • Bart (about Major Sims): His money was going so fast it didn't even have time to say goodbye to him.

    • Maj. Sims: If I quit now, I'd always wonder if my luck would've changed. Bart: Well, knowing when to quit is one of the most important parts of the game. Maj. Sims: What do professionals do when they hit a losing streak? Bart: Well, some cut their throats. If that doesn't work, they ask for a new deck and a change of scene. Maj. Sims: What kind of a gambler are you? Bart (fans his stack of bills): I would say a very rich one.

    • Ferguson: What can I do for you, doctor? Holliday: Uh, a room with a private bath, please. Ferguson: You want a private bath, just remember to lock the door. (Ferguson laughs, Doc Holiday does not) Holliday: One thing to be said about bad jokes, they drive me to drink.

    • Bart: Pappy always said I'd wind up owning a bank, or was it robbing a bank. I wish I could remember because Pappy's predictions had an embarrassing way of coming true.

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    Trivia (1)

    • Discontinuity: Although billed as Blackjack Hardy in the end credits, Frank DeKova's character is referred to as Blackjack Carney throughout the entire episode.

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