Jason Robards Jr. (as 'Drummond') returning after his card game to find wife (Virginia Gregg), daughter (Louise Glenn) and bridegroom (William Cort), in a tour-de-force scene from A Big Hand For The Little Lady, 1966.
Mary (Joanne Woodward), trying to play her husband's hand, with gamblers (Kevin McCarthy, Jason Robards Jr., Charles Bickford, Robert Middleton) in tow, makes a pitch to banker Ballinger (Paul Ford) in A Big Hand For The Little Lady, 1966.
Mary (Joanne Woodward) discovers incorrigible husband Meredith (Henry Fonda) has gambled everything, in a game with Jason Robards Jr., Charles Bickford, Kevin McCarthy and Robert Middleton, in A Big Hand For The Little Lady, 1966.
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As the biggest high-stake poker game in the West begins, compulsive gambler turned homesteader, Meredith, is drawn into the game. With the entire family fortune at stake, he suffers a heart attack when dealt a winning hand. Mary, his pluck penny-pinching, long-suffering wife, steps in. As she plays the hand, she assails her rivals with fortitude and guts. Each is transformed into a model of sensitivity. But a twist ending reveals Mary has had more than fortitude up her sleeve all along.
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