Pat Crowley as Lydia Lynley would later guest star on an episode of The Rockford Files starring James Garner. See more »
Awful big money in that Denver game.
Bart, all the really big money is in Hope Springs this season.
You wanna be a drifter all your life?
Mm-mm. Remember what Pappy used to say. "Early to bed and early to rise is the curse of the working classes." At the Great Western Hotel even the maids don't get up until noon.
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Roger Moore who later joined the cast as English cousin Beau Maverick plays an
American millionaire, the wastrel son of Neil Hamilton. Hamilton has lost
patience with Moore whom he wants to just grow up and settle down. Actually
Moore has someone in mind, Patricia Crowley who has some silly romantic notions about marry a poor, but honest yeoman. She's got a few shekels herself.
On the train to Denver he arranges for James Garner to exchange identities with
him so that Maverick can get into an exclusive Denver hotel only open to the
filthy rich where there's a high stakes poker game.
No more to be said in this complicated comedy of errors. The laughs come
pretty good. Wait till you see poor Bret Maverick's payoff in the end.
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