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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: War of the Silver Kings

22 September 1957
We first glimpse Bret unshaven & dirty, lugging a rifle, trying to register at a classy hotel. Using the $1000 bill pinned inside his jacket, and adding some dollar-size strips cut from a newspaper, Bret cadges a room via a bulging envelope for the guest safe. Changing into his gambler's duds for a poker game including the company town's silver baron Phineas King, Bret (James Garner) wins - and only Bret hints that King is a card cheat. King's casino manager, Big Mike McComb has Bret beaten, but won't have him killed. Big Mike (screenwriter/ex-con Leo Gordon) becomes a memorable recurring character in the series. After King still takes a crack at having Bret iced, Bret runs an ad in King's paper: "King did NOT try to kill me - today. See this space tomorrow !" Directed by one of the best Western specialists, Budd Boetticher.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Edmund Lowe ... Phineas King

John Litel ... Judge Joshua Thayer
Leo Gordon ... Big Mike McComb
Carla Merey ... Edie Stoller
John Hubbard ... Richard Bixby
Robert Griffin ... Fennelly
Fred Sherman ... John Stoller

Bob Steele ... Walter Jackson
Donald Kirke ... Crane
Paul Baxley ... Gunman (uncredited)
Lane Chandler ... Lawson (uncredited)
Bill Clark ... Miner (uncredited)
James Dime ... Miner (uncredited)
Harry Harvey ... Western Union Telegrapher (uncredited)
Kermit Maynard ... Court Clerk (uncredited)
Paul McGuire ... Miner (uncredited)
Tyler McVey ... Kriedler (uncredited)
Zon Murray ... Miner (uncredited)
Joe Ploski ... Miner (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Miner (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Miner (uncredited)
Ray Spiker ... Miner (uncredited)
Frank Sully ... Arthur, Echo Springs Bartender (uncredited)
Hal Taggart ... Harris - King's Secretary (uncredited)
Max Wagner ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Point Blank

29 September 1957
Kicked out of one town, jailed for running a con in the next, Bret's luck turns when a sultry waitress eases him out of stir to work as a spotter in a casino. A cattle drive's heading to Bent Fork, so the casino's soon jammed with drunken cowpokes raring to cheat at cards and start shooting. Bret's sharp benefactor Molly proves an alluring mystery: why's she staying in the hottest, driest town in the West, since she has two quick-tempered suitors already, the straight-arrow sheriff and a bank clerk?

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Karen Steele ... Molly Gleason

Mike Connors ... Ralph Jordan (as Michael Connors)
Richard Garland ... Wes Corwin
Benny Baker ... Mike Brill
Robert Foulk ... Moose Horton
John Harmon ... Nelson

Peter Brown ... Chris Semple
Zon Murray ... Fletcher
Mitchell Kowall ... Fred Callahan (as Mitchell Kowal)
Michael Jeffers ... Townsman (uncredited)
Paul McGuire ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Frank Sully ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Hal Taggart ... Bank Teller (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: According to Hoyle

6 October 1957
A Southern belle targets Bret and cleans him out at poker. Bret gets staked to switch to a different paddle-wheeler, so she'll follow, and plenty spectators will too. Different riverboat, same result. Samantha Crawford explains that Bret took her father for $50,000 - who embezzled to cover his losses and is now in prison. Samantha's raising money to make restitution, but she's still short, and Bret's broke again. As Pappy said "man's the only animal that can get skinned more than once," so Bret proposes they combine forces.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick
Diane Brewster ... Samantha Crawford
Leo Gordon ... Big Mike McComb
Jay Novello ... Henry Tree

Ted de Corsia ... Joe Riggs
Esther Dale ... Ma Braus
Tol Avery ... George Cross
Walter Reed ... Bledsoe
Tyler McVey ... Hayes
Robert Carson ... Kittredge
Steve Carruthers ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Clem Fuller ... Stage Driver (uncredited)
Sol Gorss ... Henchman (uncredited)
Fred Kelsey ... Poker Game Spectator (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Don Turner ... Hamhead (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Ghost Rider

13 October 1957
Bret is robbed by The Kid and trails him to a poker game, but The Kid's just been killed. As the winners rake in The Kid's money, they ask newcomer Bret if The Kid (Edd Byrnes, Kookie on "77 Sunset Strip") was a friend. "No but the money was," Bret sighs. Bret spies an entrancing widow sobbing on a bench, gives her a ride, but she vanishes in the chilly dark, wearing the coat containing the remainder of Bart's money. White Rock's townspeople ridicule Bret's tale, because she died weeks before (June 1872). When the local undertaker takes a gunshot at him, Bret's determined to stay in town to investigate, because the undertaker was the specter's fiancé.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Joanna Barnes ... Mary Shane
Rhodes Reason ... Hank Foster
Willard Sage ... Bert Nicholson
Stacy Keach Sr. ... Sheriff (as Stacy Keach)

Edd Byrnes ... The Kid (as Ed Byrnes)
Dan Sheridan ... Sideburns
Charles Tannen ... Jeff - Stableman
John Cliff ... George - Deputy

Phil Chambers ... Bartender (uncredited)
Richard Collier ... Barfly (uncredited)
Tim Graham ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
James Hope ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Charlotte Knight ... Mrs. Clemmer (uncredited)
Harry Lauter ... Harry (uncredited)
Philo McCullough ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: The Long Hunt

20 October 1957
Fleeing sore losers, Bret is saved from death by stage robber Lefty Dolan who obligates Bret with a dying wish - free the man wrongly convicted in another heist, instead of Lefty. Lefty lives long enough to clue in Bret to tracking 2 other menacing gang members, Rex and Whitey. When Bret cons his way into prison to talk to the innocent prisoner Jed, Bret's pledged to an even stranger promise - don't tell Jed's wife there's any hope of saving him. Citizen Kane-style cinematography, in the first of many Maverick episodes directed or written by Doug Heyes.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick
Joan Vohs ... Martha Ferris
Richard Webb ... Ben Maxwell
James Anderson ... Whitey Blandon
Richard Crane ... Jedd Ferris
Tommy Farrell ... Lefty Dolan
Richard Reeves ... Rex Clark
Harry Harvey ... Stagecoach Driver (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
Stanley Andrews ... Sheriff
Jack Gargan ... Second Poker Player (uncredited)
Silver Harr ... Deputy (uncredited)
Jonathan Kidd ... Third Poker Player (uncredited)
Rory Mallinson ... Local Sheriff (uncredited)
Tom McKee ... Deputy Arresting Maverick (uncredited)
Troy Melton ... First Pursuer (uncredited)
Buddy Roosevelt ... 2nd Holdup Man (uncredited)
Mark Tapscott ... First Poker Player (uncredited)
Will J. White ... First Holdup Man (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Stage West

27 October 1957
Bret comes to the assistance of a Eastern woman who came west when she learns of her husband's gold strike. A ruthless family of ranchers have killed her husband, though, and try to convince the young lady that they are her late husband's partners.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick
Erin O'Brien ... Linda Harris

Ray Teal ... Mart Fallon

Edd Byrnes ... Wes Fallon (as Ed Byrnes)

Peter Brown ... Rip Fallon
Chubby Johnson ... Simmons

Michael Dante ... Sam Harris
Jim Bannon ... Matson
Howard Negley ... Sheriff Tibbs
Fern Barry ... Ella Taylor
Robert 'Buddy' Shaw ... Dave Taylor (as Buddy Shaw)
Ollie O'Toole ... McLean
Emile Avery ... Posse Member (uncredited)
Danny Sands ... Posse Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Relic of Fort Tejon

3 November 1957
Bret wins a "full-blooded Arabian mount" in a poker game, but soon discovers he's been conned - the Arabian mount turns out to be an overly-affectionate camel. While fleeing the dromedary, Bret stumbled into a small town and runs into an old flame who's engaged to the town's mayor. Bret soon learns that the mayor runs a crooked gambling hall and isn't above shooting card players when they stumble onto his cheating ways.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick
Maxine Cooper ... Donna Seely
Fredd Wayne ... Carl Jimson
Dan Tobin ... Howard Harris
Sheb Wooley ... Sheriff
Tyler MacDuff ... Drake (as Tyler Mac Duff)

Oliver Blake ... Brimmer
Lou Krugman ... Ferguson
Kem Dibbs ... Connors
Earle Hodgins ... Johnson (as Earl Hodgins)
Alan Austin ... Tommy Norton
George Bell ... Deputy (uncredited)
Fred Carson ... Barfly (uncredited)
Clem Fuller ... Buyer Rejecting Fatima (uncredited)
Irving Mitchell ... Dr. Nelson (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Townsman (uncredited)
Harry Strang ... Livery Man (uncredited)

Rush Williams ... Deputy Lou (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Hostage

10 November 1957
Intros brother Bart (Jack Kelly) teaming with Bret to board a riverboat's maiden voyage, sold out to Creole aristocrats with gambling fever. To crash the private cruise, the Mavericks intro themselves to the ship's French owner, whose lovely daughter Yvette is shanghaied right after the Mavericks are rebuffed. The brothers pursue the kidnappers, hoping to win the jeune fille, an invitation, and a reward. At the New Orleans cabaret where the Mavericks meet Yvette, pop singer Don Durant ("Johnny Ringo") croons "Get Along Home Cindy" to her. Durant was a runner-up for the role of Bart.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Laurie Carroll ... Yvette Deveraux

Don Durant ... Jody Collins
Stephen Bekassy ... Henri Deveraux
Trevor Bardette ... Inspector Marvin
Wright King ... Rick
Mickey Simpson ... Jubal
John Harmon ... Ziggy
Jean Del Val ... Anton Rivage
James Dime ... Townsman Throwing Water (uncredited)
Roy Glenn ... Dock Worker (uncredited)
Philo McCullough ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Kansas Moehring ... Carriage Driver (uncredited)
Hal Taggart ... Poker Player (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Stampede

17 November 1957
Bret & new character Dandy Jim join a gold rush to even a score with Cadiz, a crooked gambler who cleaned them out. Cadiz's brawler Battling Krueger is taking on all comers, and en route Bret crashes into a possible challenger, eco-warrior/mountain man Noah, complete with a pet skunk.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Efrem Zimbalist Jr. ... Dandy Jim Buckley
Pamela Duncan ... Coral Stacey
Joan Shawlee ... Madame Pompey
Chris Alcaide ... Tony Cadiz
Mike Lane ... Noah Perkins
Pat Comiskey ... Battling Krueger

Rand Brooks ... Jack Blair
Marshall Bradford ... Marshal Hunt
Jim Hayward ... Miner
Mark Tapscott ... Deputy
Terry Frost ... Vermillion Sheriff (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Cactus Mack ... Vermillion Deputy (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Harry Tyler ... Miner (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: The Jeweled Gun

24 November 1957
Bart doesn't like being employed at all, but accompanying a beautiful, moneyed widow on a stagecoach apparently wasn't ruled out by Pappy. Though they are traveling North from Old Santa Fe through badlands, the coach's heating up. The closer they get to Laramie, the more Bart wants to combine business & pleasure. Are those danger signs he's ignoring from not-so-demure Daisy? Is protecting her making Bart love-blind and vulnerable ? Which is the real danger: varmints he's been hired to protect her against - or her jeweled gun?

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Kathleen Crowley ... Daisy Harris
Miguel Ángel Landa ... Henrique Fillipe (as Miguel Landa)
Roy Barcroft ... The Cattleman
Stephen Coit ... The Wire Salesman
Dean Fredericks ... Mitchell (as Norman Frederic)
Terence de Marney ... Snopes (as Terrry DeMarney)
Edwin Bruce ... Book Salesman
Tom McKee ... La Mesa Sheriff
James Parnell ... Sheriff
Al Hopson ... Fred Carter (as Alfred Hopson)
Ezelle Poule ... Mrs. Adams
Bert Madrid ... Man Reading Newspaper (uncredited)

Doug McClure ... Hotel Desk Clerk (uncredited)
Hal Taggart ... La Mesa Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Henry Wills ... Stage Driver (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: The Wrecker

1 December 1957
Bret Maverick wins the right to join a ring of shipwreck salvagers, but he is soon in debt up to his neck when he engages in a spirited bidding contest, spending $21,000 for a ship whose cargo is apparently only worth half that. Brother Bart soon finds out why their unknown rival was willing to bid so high - in addition to a bales of silk and rice, the wreck's hold is full of illegal opium.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Patric Knowles ... Paul Carthew

Karl Swenson ... Captain Nares
Bartlett Robinson ... Longhurst
Murvyn Vye ... Jamie Craven
Thomas Browne Henry ... Auctioneer (as Tom Browne Henry)
Maurice Manson ... Thomas Bellairs
Allen Kramer ... Jerome Braus
Barry Brooks ... Clerk (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Barfly (uncredited)
Paul Kruger ... Crew Member (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Mr. Merchison (uncredited)
Bert Stevens ... Mr. Willimen (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: The Quick and the Dead

8 December 1957
Maverick is looking for the man who paid him with stolen money during a poker game to clear his name with a marshal who is looking for him. His investigation leads him to a town where he takes a job as a dealer in a saloon. Not only does he find information regarding the men who stole the money but also gets involved with a feud between one of the men and Doc Holliday.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Marie Windsor ... Cora

Gerald Mohr ... Doc Holliday
John Vivyan ... John Stacey
Sam Buffington ... Ponca Brown
Gordon Barnes ... Marshal
Robert Keys ... Parker
Hal Hopper ... Jim Elkins (uncredited)
Herbert Lytton ... Gus the Bartender (uncredited)
Philo McCullough ... Deputy (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: The Naked Gallows

15 December 1957
Bart's nosing round Bent Spur pursuing his friend's murderer. Bart was so down on his luck, he spent a winter trapping beaver outside town. Bent Spur's overstocked with red herrings, who too easily slip through the fingers of Sheriff Barney F, including the killer, broken out of jail by the evil Brink. The murder victim's brassy lady-friend/casino partner is a quick rebounder, who immediately sidles up to the suspicious Bart.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Fay Spain ... Ruth Overton

Mike Connors ... Sheriff Barney Fillmore (as Michael Conners)

Jeanne Cooper ... Virginia Cory
Ed Kemmer ... Clete Overton (as Edward Kemmer)

Bing Russell ... Tyler Brink
Morris Ankrum ... Joshua Haines
Forrest Lewis ... Alec Fall

Sherry Jackson ... Annie Haines
Don Dillaway ... Ben (uncredited)

James Garner ... Bret Maverick (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Barfly (uncredited)
Charles Morton ... Bartender (uncredited)
Buddy Roosevelt ... Poker Player (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Comstock Conspiracy

29 December 1957
Bret goes to the office of a wealthy mine owner to collect a substantial gambling debt. When the man refuses to pay and then draws his gun, Bret is forced to kill him. Bret goes to report the shooting, but when he returns the corpse is gone, the bulled-riddled office has been repaired and the law officer is not amused at being awakened in the wee hours of the morning to investigate a non-crime. Bret is even more perplexed when he meets the mine owner he killed in the flesh, and the man meekly gives him the $10,000 he owed him. A beautiful woman whose father is missing believes the two incidents are connected and tries to convince Bret to investigate.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Ruta Lee ... Ellen Bordeen

Werner Klemperer ... Alex Jennings
Ed Prentiss ... John / Ralph Bordeen
Oliver McGowan ... Jerome Horne
Percy Helton ... Mr. Venner
Arthur Batanides ... Norman Brock
Terry Frost ... Sheriff
George Barrows ... Townsman (uncredited)
Lois De Banzie ... Suzie Carter (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Club Member (uncredited)
Philo McCullough ... Townsman (uncredited)
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Stage Driver (uncredited)
Forbes Murray ... Alfred Clay (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien ... Doctor (uncredited)
Joy Rogers ... Woman Passenger (uncredited)
Harry Strang ... Stage Passenger (uncredited)
Glenn Strange ... Guard (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: The Third Rider

5 January 1958
Stranded, Bart Maverick has to catch a ride with 2 horsemen. When a posse appears they flee. One horseman escapes, while the other is killed by the posse. Bart becomes the chief suspect in a robbery/murder the horsemen are suspected of.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Frank Faylen ... Red Harrison

Barbara Nichols ... Blanche

Michael Dante ... Turk Mason
Dick Foran ... Sheriff Edwards

Kasey Rogers ... Dolly
William Boyett ... Townsman (uncredited)
Fred Coby ... Barfly (uncredited)
Roberto Contreras ... Jose (uncredited)

James Garner ... Bret Maverick (uncredited)
Charles Kane ... Conductor (uncredited)
Morris Lippert ... Jimmy Ellis (uncredited)
Dennis McCarthy ... Deputy Collins (uncredited)
Tom Monroe ... Barfly (uncredited)
Felice Richmond ... Train Passenger (uncredited)
Bob Terhune ... Bob - Posse Rider (uncredited)

Dan White ... Stableman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: Rage for Vengeance

12 January 1958
Bret agrees to serve as the bodyguard for a woman traveling with $200,000 in cash to a small Montana town. En route, he discovers that the money in the suitcase he's guarding is all counterfeit.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

John Russell ... John Grimes

Catherine McLeod ... Margaret Ross (as Catharine McLeod)
Gage Clarke ... Bradshaw
Russ Conway ... Sheriff
Lewis Martin ... Andrew Wiggins
Jonathan Hole ... Desk Clerk
William Forrest ... Laramie Banker
S. Newton Anderson ... Sanderson (uncredited)
Phil Arnold ... Second Porter (uncredited)
William Bailey ... Doctor (uncredited)
William 'Billy' Benedict ... Porter in Denver (uncredited)
Luis Delgado ... Gunman (uncredited)
Jack Gargan ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Earle Hodgins ... Townsman Purchasing Newspaper (uncredited)
Charlotte Knight ... Mrs. Effie Walker (uncredited)
Cactus Mack ... Townsman (uncredited)
Rory Mallinson ... Gunman (uncredited)
Damian O'Flynn ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Rusty Wescoatt ... Burly Stagecoach Passenger (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: Rope of Cards

19 January 1958
Bret is selected to serve on the jury of a murder trial and finds himself the only member who refuses to believe that the defendant is guilty.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Will Wright ... Jabe Hallock
Joan Marshall ... Lucy Sutter
William Reynolds ... Bill Gregg
Tol Avery ... John Sloan
Hugh Sanders ... Blaine

Frank Cady ... Hamelin

Don Beddoe ... Price
George O'Hanlon ... Caldwell
Emile Meyer ... Pike
Harry Harvey ... Store Owner (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
Harry Cheshire ... Judge
Tom Monroe ... Slim
Ken Christy ... Sheriff
Donald Kirke ... First Juror
Robert Lynn ... Doctor
Brandon Beach ... Juror (uncredited)
Steve Carruthers ... Juror (uncredited)
Paul Kruger ... Juror (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien ... Juror (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Diamond in the Rough

26 January 1958
A San Francisco tycoon takes a dislike to Bart and has him beaten, robbed and thrown on board a sailing ship bound for New Orleans. Maverick vows revenge and with the help of a pair of charming, but broke, French countesses, returns to the City on the Bay to extract the $17,000 that was stolen from him. Maverick discovers that his nemesis is plotting a multi-million scam by fleecing his fellow millionaires by selling stock in a phony diamond field and is determined to protect his friends and recover his money at the same time.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Jacqueline Beer ... Henriette
Fredd Wayne ... Kingsley
Lili Valenty ... Madame (as Lili Valenti)
Sig Ruman ... Capt. Steeger
William Forrest ... Roland
Otto Waldis ... Scharff
Robert Fairfax ... Shelbourne
Carlyle Mitchell ... General Marvin
Lela Bliss ... Mrs. Shelbourne
Katherine Barrett ... Mrs. Kingsley
Patrick Whyte ... Selby

I. Stanford Jolley ... McClure
Terence de Marney ... Murphy (as Terence DeMarney)
Paul Power ... Pyne
William Bailey ... Banker (uncredited)
George Baxter ... Vincent (uncredited)
Jack Chefe ... Butler (uncredited)
Mason Curry ... Second Teller (uncredited)
Stephen Ellsworth ... Second Millionaire (uncredited)

James Garner ... Bret Maverick (uncredited)
Kermit Maynard ... Millionaire Club Member (uncredited)
Don Megowan ... Mr. Grayson (uncredited)
Louis Mercier ... Beaujean (uncredited)
Forbes Murray ... Investor (uncredited)
William Remick ... First Millionaire (uncredited)
William Reynolds ... Reynolds (uncredited)
Robert R. Stephenson ... Sailor (uncredited)
Wally West ... Millionaire Club Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Day of Reckoning

2 February 1958
When a cowhand accuses Maverick of cheating at cards, the local marshal intercedes, but the blow that knocked the young man wound up killing him. When the cowhand's trail boss and ramrod gang up on the marshal and kill him, the town's printer publishes an angry broadside accusing the ranchers of murder, which causes the trail hands to threaten to destroy the town. The local businessman must decide whether to band together or turn the printer over to the angry cowboys.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick
Jean Willes ... Lil
Mort Mills ... Red Scanlon
Tod Griffin ... Jack Wade
Willard Sage ... George Buckner

Virginia Gregg ... Amy Hardie
Russell Thorson ... Marshal Walt Hardie (as Russ Thorsen)
Jon Lormer ... Somers
Murvyn Vye ... Gus Wilson
James McCallion ... Charlie
Morgan Shaan ... Slim (as Morgan Sha'an)
Emile Avery ... Trail Hand (uncredited)
Silver Harr ... Trail Hand (uncredited)
Clyde Howdy ... Trail Hand (uncredited)
Cactus Mack ... Trail Hand (uncredited)
Troy Melton ... Harry (uncredited)
Kansas Moehring ... Trail Hand (uncredited)
Sammy Ogg ... Delivery Boy (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: The Savage Hills

9 February 1958
A beautiful con woman convinces Bart that a fellow hotel guest is really the leader of a counterfeit ring in possession of the plates to print the phony money. After Bret helps steal the plates, he learns that the gangster is really a Secret Service agent and the two men join forces to reclaim the plates before they're put to criminal use.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Diane Brewster ... Samantha
Peter Whitney ... Gunnerson
Thurston Hall ... Judge
Stanley Andrews ... Sheriff Galt (scenes deleted)
John Dodsworth ... Clayton Palmer
X Brands ... Indian (uncredited)
Clem Fuller ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)

James Garner ... Bret Maverick (uncredited)
Rusty Lane ... Marshal (uncredited)
Forrest Lewis ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Trail West to Fury

16 February 1958
Trapped by a flood with Dandy Jim Buckley, the Maverick brothers while away the time by explaining why they can't return to Texas. Soon after the Civil War, the boys return home and discover that the town's unscrupulous storekeeper is plotting to grab enough land in three counties to form a 5000 square mile ranch. When the Mavericks agree to lead a cattle drive for the storekeeper's principal rival, he frames them for murder. Now Bret must lead the herd across Comanche territory to Fort Adobe with the army in pursuit, while Bart searches for the only witness to the shootout.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Efrem Zimbalist Jr. ... Dandy Jim Buckley
Aline Towne ... Laura Miller

Gene Nelson ... Jim Hazlit
Charles Fredericks ... Jessie Hayden
Don Kelly ... Jett
Paul Fierro ... Miguel
Paul Savage ... Tall Man
Russ Bender ... Doctor
James Hope ... Lieutenant
Mike Ragan ... Cowhand Mike
Emile Avery ... Barber / Gunman (uncredited)
George Barrows ... Gunman (uncredited)

Rush Williams ... Johnny Reb (uncredited)
Henry Wills ... Johnny Reb (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: The Burning Sky

23 February 1958
Travelling across the Arizona desert, the stagecoach conveying Bart Maverick and his companions is attacked by what appear to be Apache Indians. The passengers manage to reach the ruins of an adobe house and soon discover that the men besieging them are actually Mexican bandits who want something that one of the passengers possesses. As the broiling heat takes its toll, Bret attempts to discover which one of his fellow wayfarers is protecting a secret worth fighting, and possibly dying, for.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Gerald Mohr ... Johnny Bolero

Joanna Barnes ... Mrs. Baxter
Douglas Kennedy ... Connors
Whitney Blake ... Letty French
Phillip Terry ... Chick Braus
Syd Saylor ... Depot Master
Jimmie Booth ... Stage Driver (uncredited)

James Garner ... Bret Maverick (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: The Seventh Hand

2 March 1958
Samantha Crawford invites five of the wealthiest and most influential poker players in the west to a game and stakes Bret to $20,000 to compete in the contest. After the game is robbed of more than $100,000 by two gunmen, Bret is accused of complicity and discovers that Samantha received the money she gave Bret from a shady third party. Their reputations at stake Bret and Samantha pursue the crooks into Sioux territory in the Black Hills in order to recover the money.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick
Diane Brewster ... Samantha
Sam Buffington ... Logan
James Philbrook ... Sloan
Myrna Dell ... Anita
Joseph V. Perry ... Pritchard (as Joe Perry)
Byron Foulger ... Hotel Clerk
Damian O'Flynn ... Mr. Tabor
Francis De Sales ... Mr. Gilling (as Francis DeSales)

Bob Steele ... Wells
Sydney Mason ... Mr. Lockridge
Charles Quigley ... Mr. Banning
Jay Jostyn ... Mr. Fayette
Richard H. Cutting ... Sheriff (uncredited)
Bobby Jordan ... Kansas City Hotel Desk Clerk (uncredited)
Bryan O'Byrne ... Conductor (uncredited)
John Truax ... Hotel messenger (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: Plunder of Paradise

9 March 1958
Bart Maverick and Big Mike McComb are invited to a remote Mexican fishing village to help locate and remove buried treasure from under the nose of the authorities. When they arrive, the man who asked for their help has disappeared and in his place they find a marooned saloon singer, a woman claiming to be the missing man's wife and a gang of Mexican bandits who dog their every step.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Ruta Lee ... Dolly

Joan Weldon ... Grace Wheeler
Leo Gordon ... Mike McComb
Jay Novello ... Paco Torres
Rico Alaniz ... Fernando
Eugene Iglesias ... Ricardo (as Gene Iglesias)
Nacho Galindo ... Chucho Morales
Roberto Contreras ... Alfredo
Manuel López ... Diego (as Manuel Lopez)
Jorge Moreno ... Ubaldo

Season 1, Episode 25: Black Fire

16 March 1958
Crusty old General Eakins summons all his living relatives to his ranch to assess who'll inherit his fortune. Bret Maverick fills in for obnoxious ne'er-do-well nephew Homer Eakins, a snooty painter, while Eakins pretends to be Maverick. The General takes a liking to the "new, improved" Homer Eakins, who the General hasn't seen since Homer was a tyke. Then the relatives start being killed, one by one...

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Hans Conried ... Homer Eakins

Will Wright ... General Eakins
Theona Bryant ... Cousin Hope
John Vivyan ... Cousin Millard

Jane Darwell ... Mrs. Knowles
George O'Hanlon ... Cousin Elmo
Edith Leslie ... Cousin Elizabeth
Charles Bateman ... Cousin Jeff
Emory Parnell ... Cousin Lonnie
Harry Harvey ... Cousin Seeby (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
Dan Sheridan ... Luther
Jimmie Horan ... Cousin Pliney (as Jimmy Horan)

David McMahon ... Sheriff

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: Burial Ground of the Gods

30 March 1958
Bart trails a thief to the Wyoming badlands where the man is leading a woman and her fiancé to where he claims to have seen her supposedly dead husband. In order to regain his money, Bart must join the party and make sure they can return safely to Denver after crossing sacred Sioux Indian territory.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Nancy Gates ... Laura Stanton
Robert Lowery ... Paul Asher

Claude Akins ... Paisley Briggs
Charles Cooper ... Phillip Stanton
Sandra Edwards ... Lettie (as Saundra Edwards)
Raymond Hatton ... Stableman

Season 1, Episode 27: Seed of Deception

13 April 1958
Bret and Bart ride into a small Arizona town and are mistaken for Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday despite their protestations to the contrary. Things start to look bad for the Mavericks when an outlaw gang ride into town and the local sheriff convinces the crooks that the two gamblers are the famous lawmen. The gunsels aren't about to let two men to get in their way of their planned bank robbery no matter what their reputation.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Adele Mara ... June Mundy

Joi Lansing ... Doll Hayes
Myron Healey ... Jim Mundy
Frank Ferguson ... Sheriff McPeters

Bing Russell ... Russ Aikens
Frances Morris ... Mrs. Pierce
Ron Hayes ... Max Evers
Herbert Lytton ... Dr. Teller
Guy Wilkerson ... Cecil Mason
Terry Rangno ... Grady Lester

Gerald Mohr ... Doc Holliday
George Bell ... Henchman Injun (uncredited)
Chuck Cason ... Cass - Gang Member (uncredited)
Clem Fuller ... Stage Driver (uncredited)
Jack Kenny ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Barfly (uncredited)
Edwin Reimers ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Day They Hanged Bret Maverick

21 September 1958
$40,000 is stolen from the bank of Hallelujah. The robber plants incriminating evidence on Bret and he is arrested, tried, and sentenced to hang. However, the question remains, what happened to the money? The sheriff is very curious.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick
Whitney Blake ... Molly Clifford

Ray Teal ... Sheriff Chick Tucker
Jay Novello ... Coroner Oliver Poole
Robert Griffin ... Mayor (as Robert E. Griffin)
John Cliff ... Cliff Sharp

Burt Mustin ... Henry
Hal Hopper ... Stanley
Roy Erwin ... Claude
Emile Avery ... Stage Driver (uncredited)
Sam Flint ... Prosecuting Attorney (uncredited)
Cactus Mack ... Shotgun Rider (uncredited)
Philo McCullough ... Stage Passenger (uncredited)
Jack Mower ... Townsman (uncredited)
Forbes Murray ... Diner Patron (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: The Lonesome Reunion

28 September 1958
Bret's venture to aid an endangered beauty save her father's property throws Bret alone, in the middle of a gang of vicious robbers hunting for their buried take near Lonesome, Colorado. Riding into Lonesome, Bret is warned by the town's road sign, on which "Welcome" is crossed out & "Behave" painted in. Lonesome's citizens are consumed with revenge for the bank robbers (especially Richard Reeves, "Billy the Kid versus Dracula", "Dance with Me Henry") - & greed for the missing loot.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

John Russell ... Edgar Maxwell

Joanna Barnes ... Abby Taylor

John Qualen ... Leland Mills
Claire Carleton ... Flora
Richard Reeves ... Monty
Byron Foulger ... Hotel Clerk
Robert Carson ... Masher
Jon Lormer ... Newspaperman
Tim Johnson ... Billy
Ruth Warren ... Local Gossip
Steve Carruthers ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick (voice) (uncredited)
Donald Kerr ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Frank Sully ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Alias Bart Maverick

5 October 1958
Bart & Gentleman Jack's testy partnership snaps when Jack guns down Little Jeb of the Plummer Gang, after Bart & Jack were run out of the previous town for gambling. Bad loser Jeb gave the duplicitous Gentleman 3 steps to get to the saloon door, mister, but his gang is not so generous, forcing Jack and blonde saloon dancer Cindy Lou Brown to flee through Sioux Territory. Jack still had time to get Bart jailed as Jack's alias Sir Stratford Avon, so Bart wants in on the chase too.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Richard Long ... Gentleman Jack Darby
Arlene Howell ... Cindy Lou Brown

I. Stanford Jolley ... Sheriff
Richard Reeves ... Rafe Plummer
Charlie Briggs ... Little Jeb Plummer (as Charles Briggs)
Jack Lomas ... Mayor
Hal Hopper ... Horace
Phil Arnold ... Man (uncredited)
Emile Avery ... Carriage Driver (uncredited)
X Brands ... First Sioux Indian (uncredited)
Michael Carr ... Third Sioux Indian (uncredited)
Kermit Maynard ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)
Harry Seymour ... Piano Player (uncredited)
Joe Walls ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Ted White ... Second Sioux Indian (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: The Belcastle Brand

12 October 1958
Maverick and a hunting expedition of headstrong Englishmen are robbed by an outlaw gang and abandoned without food and water in the middle of the desert. Maverick convinces his party, by threat and force of argument, that their only hope of survival is to follow the gang across the desert waste to their hideout and take back their horses and provisions by force.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Reginald Owen ... Marquis Norbert Belcastle
Joan Elan ... Lady Ellen Belcastle
Seymour Green ... Albert Belcastle
Gordon Richards ... Benson
Rusty Wescoatt ... Gus Shaughnessy (as Rusty Westcoatt)
Walter Barnes ... First Outlaw
Robert Nash ... Foreman

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick (credit only)

Season 2, Episode 5: High Card Hangs

19 October 1958
Newcomer Bart Maverick is suspected by sheriff Bald Bill of a robbery/murder. Bart's friend Dandy Jim Buckley helps the imprisoned Bart uncover the actual culprits.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Efrem Zimbalist Jr. ... Dandy Jim Buckley
Lilyan Chauvin ... Sydney Sue 'Frenchy' Shipley
Frank Ferguson ... Genessee Jones
Charles Fredericks ... Joe Hays

Martin Landau ... Mike Manning
Dan Sheridan ... Bald Bill King
Emile Avery ... Miner (uncredited)
Ivan Bell ... Miner (uncredited)
Lane Chandler ... Andy (uncredited)
Gil Perkins ... Miner (uncredited)
Danny Sands ... Miner (uncredited)
John Truax ... Miner (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Escape to Tampico

26 October 1958
Bankrupt after a run of bad luck at the poker table, Bret agrees to help bring a man wanted for murder back to New Orleans for trial. The catch is, the man has fled to Mexico and has the backing of the local government.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Gerald Mohr ... Steve Corbett
Barbara Lang ... Amy Lawrence
John Hubbard ... Paul Brooks

Paul Picerni ... Rene Gireaux
Tony Romano ... Chicuelo
Ralph Faulkner ... Herr Ziegler
Louis Mercier ... Raoul Gireaux
William D. Gordon ... Sam Garth
Nacho Galindo ... Carlos
Phil Arnold ... Roulette Player (uncredited)
George Baxter ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
Roy Engel ... Fred Fowler (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Casino Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: The Judas Mask

2 November 1958
Bart's about to go into the casino business with a shady partner when his twenty thousand contribution is stolen by a beautiful Norweigan dance hall girl. Bart's partner agrees to put up $10,000 to hold their option open for three days and Bart must retrieve his cash from the woman before she disappears into Mexico.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Anna-Lisa ... Karen Gustavson
Richard Garland ... Elliot Larkin
John Vivyan ... Walter Osbourne
Mel Welles ... Carlos
Nico Minardos ... Enrico
Rosa Turich ... Happy Mexican Woman
Bobby Jordan ... Willy
Cecil Elliott ... Mrs. Murphy (uncredited)
Paul Fierro ... Manuel (uncredited)
Luis Gomez ... Juan (uncredited)
James Hope ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Cactus Mack ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Kermit Maynard ... Townsman (uncredited)
Philo McCullough ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Bud Osborne ... Stagecoach Driver (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Bartender (uncredited)
David Renard ... Telegrapher (uncredited)
Carlos Rivero ... Spanish Man (uncredited)
Allegra Varron ... Woman (uncredited)
Mildred von Hollen ... Adele (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: The Jail at Junction Flats

9 November 1958
Dandy Jim convinces Bret to partner with him to buy horses for cavalry remounts and Bret learns too late it's just another of Jim's swindles. Worse, Jim steals all Bret's money and leaves him tied up in the wilderness. Bret soon tracks Dandy Jim to a Wyoming town with a long memory - when a notorious outlaw broke out of jail eight years earlier, the town fathers determined to build an escape-proof jail. Now Dandy Jim's behind bars for a crime he didn't commit - for a change - and he refuses to tell Bret where he's hid the money he stole from the gambler unless he breaks him out of jail. Time's short because a lynch mob is beginning to form.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Efrem Zimbalist Jr. ... Dandy Jim Buckley
Patrick McVey ... Sheriff Morrison Pyne (as Pat McVey)

Jean Allison ... Madame Higgins
John Harmon ... Saloon Keeper

Bert Remsen ... Deputy George
Claudia Bryar ... Mrs. Pyne

Dan Blocker ... Hognose M. Hughes
Jack Lomas ... Bartender
Cactus Mack ... Barfly (uncredited)
Kermit Maynard ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: The Thirty-Ninth Star

16 November 1958
After getting off a stage and checking into a hotel room, Bart is tricked into slipping out of his room just long enough for the suitcase he is carrying with $2,600 to be stolen. Looking for the men on the stage who knew he was carrying the money, he finds one of them dead and another has left the hotel. But then another, a town judge, returns Bart's suitcase with the money intact. The suitcase Bart left the stage with was the judge's identical looking one which held a valuable document in it that many believe Bart has hidden, and are willing to kill for.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Bethel Leslie ... Janet Kilmer

John Litel ... Judge Somervell
Sam Buffington ... Bigelow
William Phipps ... Hazelton
Mark Tapscott ... Charles W. Farfan
Nestor Paiva ... Louie
Peter Mamakos ... Watchman
Roy Barcroft ... Marshal
Fred Carson ... Passerby (uncredited)
Robert Carson ... Dixon (uncredited)
Ken Christy ... Shopkeeper (uncredited)
John Cliff ... First Thug (uncredited)
Mike Lally ... Townsman at Speech (uncredited)
Cactus Mack ... First Stage Driver (uncredited)
Dennis Moore ... Fake Bellboy (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Townsman Reading Newspaper (uncredited)
Alan Reynolds ... Bartender (uncredited)
Mickey Simpson ... Tiny (uncredited)

Guy Teague ... Stagecoach Driver (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman at Speech (uncredited)
Guy Wilkerson ... Desk Clerk (uncredited)
Jack Williams ... Second Thug (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Shady Deal at Sunny Acres

23 November 1958
Bret is picked clean & stranded in Sunny Acres by the burg's arrogant banker, so he puts together an M Team of con artists to take down & embarrass the handle-barred buzzard in Denver, while Bret sits whittling & rocking in a chair on a shady Sunny Acres porch, poor-mouthing all by-passers that he's "just working on" a plan. The small-town banker is way out of his league in silver-rich Denver with seductive Sam Crawford, intimidating Big Mike, slicksters Gentleman Jack & Dandy Jim etc. as Maverick's operatives in this classic episode.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Regis Toomey ... Ben Granville

Karl Swenson ... Sheriff Griffen
Joan Young ... Susan Granville
Jonathan Hole ... Brent Williams
Irving Bacon ... Employee
Syd Saylor ... 1st Townsman
Earle Hodgins ... Ernest Plunkett
Val Benedict ... Cowhand

Efrem Zimbalist Jr. ... Dandy Jim Buckley
Diane Brewster ... Samantha Crawford

Richard Long ... Gentleman Jack Darby

John Dehner ... John Bates
Leo Gordon ... Big Mike McComb
Arlene Howell ... Cindy Lou Brown
Cactus Mack ... Herb - Stage Driver (uncredited)

J. Pat O'Malley ... Ambrose Callahan (uncredited)

Ken Osmond ... Hotel bellboy (uncredited)
Ralph Reed ... Jim - Bellboy (uncredited)
Edwin Reimers ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Bert Stevens ... Diner Patron (uncredited)
Leon Tyler ... Henry Hibbs (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Island in the Swamp

30 November 1958
Bret's confined to a small isle settled by close-mouthed English immigrants who fear he's a spy or government agent. Bret, totally trussed up in a dinghy, floated up to their isolated dock, where a fisher-woman frees him. Bret, gambling on a Mississippi river boat, was KOed, then set adrift in the lifeboat. The isle's Mississippi Queen Ladybird is under duress too. What are the Brits hiding and why was Bret castaway?

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Edgar Buchanan ... Daddy David Forge
Erin O'Brien ... Victoria Forge
Arlene Howell ... Ladybird Forge
Lance Fuller ... Oliver Offord
Doye O'Dell ... Herbert Forge
Richard Reeves ... Anthony Offord
Albert Carrier ... Phillipe Theirot
Roy Engel ... Sampson
Emile Avery ... Settler (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Prey of the Cat

7 December 1958
When his horse is spooked by a wild cat, Bart suffers a broken leg. His benefactor's wife has plans for him and all he wants to do is get away as soon as he is able. But his friend's wife may have something to say about that.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Wayne Morris ... Pete Stillman

Patricia Barry ... Kitty Stillman
Barry Kelley ... Sheriff
Yvette Duguay ... Raquel Morales
William D. Gordon ... Fred Bender (as William Gordon)
William Bryant ... Chase
Syd Saylor ... Clerk
James Anderson ... Deputy #1
Emile Avery ... Cowhand (uncredited)
George Bell ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Tex Holden ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Bill Lovett ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Kermit Maynard ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Danny Sands ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Morgan Shaan ... Roy (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: The Spanish Dancer

14 December 1958
Bart is charged with murdering Bret's nemesis Gentleman Jack, over an entrancing Spanish dancer, one of the only women in a mining boomtown. A saloon owner dominates the town, but his battle to control dancer Elena Grande is failing, as the strong-willed woman has her own well-hidden agenda. Is the missing Gentleman Jack dead, is it a scheme to get back at the Mavericks or what ?

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Adele Mara ... Elena Grande

Richard Long ... Gentleman Jack Darby

Robert Bray ... John Wilson
Tony Romano ... Raoul Onate

Slim Pickens ... Jed

Ben Morris ... Harry
Mark Tapscott ... Charlie
Fred Graham ... 1st Miner
John Mitchum ... 2nd Miner
John McKee ... Third Miner (uncredited)
Don Megowan ... Red (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: Holiday at Hollow Rock

28 December 1958
Bret attends the annual 4th of July horse race in Hollow Rock, WY. He learns the two top contenders have strong reasons for winning which may involve Bret more than just his desire to make a sure bet.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick
William Reynolds ... Ted Blake
Sandra Edwards ... Nora Taylor (as Saundra Edwards)
Tod Griffin ... Sheriff Jesse Carson
Emile Meyer ... Col. Arnold Taylor
George O'Hanlon ... Morton Connors
Hugh Sanders ... Jed Snyder
Guy Wilkerson ... Sam (as Guy Wikerson)
Don C. Harvey ... Clyde (as Don Harvey)
Lane Bradford ... Matt Hendricks
Don Kelly ... Deputy Ira Swain

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick (credit only)
Fred Carson ... Barfly (uncredited)
Chuck Cason ... Deputy Pete (uncredited)

Roydon Clark ... Chuck Sheldon (uncredited)

I. Stanford Jolley ... Stableman (uncredited)
Kermit Maynard ... Dave (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bob Steele ... Billy (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Game of Chance

4 January 1959
A strand of pearls appraised at $40,000 leads Bart to loan $10,000 to the owner. When they skip town leaving him with a strand that's worthless, he enlists Bret to help him get his money back - for a fee, of course.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Marcel Dalio ... Baron Dulot
Roxane Berard ... La Contesse De Barot
Lou Krugman ... Murdock
Jonathan Hole ... San Francisco Jeweler
Fred Essler ... German Jeweler
Paul Bradley ... Prospective Con (uncredited)
Richard Collier ... Station Agent (uncredited)
Terence de Marney ... Auctioneer (uncredited)
Mike Lally ... Conductor (uncredited)
Olan Soule ... Desk Clerk in Denver (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Gun-Shy

11 January 1959
Bret, seeking buried Confederate treasure in Elwood, Kansas, keeps running afoul of U.S. Marshal Mort Dooley. The marshal keeps running Bret out of town. Bret, in turn, keeps outwitting the lawman.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick
Andra Martin ... Virginia Adams
Ben Gage ... Marshal Mort Dooley
Walker Edmiston ... Deputy Clyde Diefendorfer

Reginald Owen ... Freddie Hawkins
Gage Clarke ... Kenneth P. Badger

Marshall Kent ... Doc Stucke
Kathleen O'Malley ... Amy Ward
Roscoe Ates ... Barfly
Irene Tedrow ... Mrs. Adams

Doodles Weaver ... Lem
William Fawcett ... Rube

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick (credit only)

Iron Eyes Cody ... Indian (uncredited)
Luis Delgado ... Man Exiting Stage (uncredited)
Dick Elliott ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Colin Kenny ... Townsman (uncredited)
Henry Kulky ... Weeping Willow Bartender (uncredited)
Kermit Maynard ... Barfly (uncredited)
Philo McCullough ... Stage Passenger (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Barfly (uncredited)
Joe Phillips ... Townsman (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Townsman (uncredited)
Danny Sands ... Townsman (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Indian (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Two Beggars on Horseback

18 January 1959
Bart and Bret both toss certified $10,000 drafts into a poker game, but are told that the exchange company has just gone under. For 10 % of the drafts, a woman confides to each of the brothers separately, that the Deadwood office of the company doesn't yet know it's closing. But they'll have to race through "Indian country" to get to Deadwood ahead of a company official on his way to close the office.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Patricia Barry ... Jessamy Longacre

Ray Teal ... Harvey Stryker
John Cliff ... Sundown
Clem Bevans ... Old Man

Will Wright ... General Hoyt Bosco
Roscoe Ates ... Kibitzer
Duane Grey ... Howie Horwitz
Emile Avery ... Townsman (uncredited)
Craig Duncan ... Klotz (uncredited)
Gil Perkins ... Burger (uncredited)
Louis Quinn ... Townsman (uncredited)
Hal Taggart ... Express Agent (uncredited)
Rusty Wescoatt ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: The Rivals

25 January 1959
A rich playboy pays Brett Maverick to switch identities with him, so the playboy can court a wealthy young woman, who'd otherwise reject him.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Roger Moore ... John Vandergelt

Pat Crowley ... Lydia Lynley (as Patricia Crowley)

Neil Hamilton ... Brig. Gen. Archibald Vandergelt
Barbara Jo Allen ... Mrs. Celia Mallaver
Dan Tobin ... Lucius Benson
William Allyn ... Livingston
Sandra Gould ... Lucy
Chet Stratton ... Desk Clerk

Rand Brooks ... Second at Duel (uncredited)
Robert Carson ... Hotel Manager (uncredited)
Luis Delgado ... 2nd Desk Clerk (uncredited)

Bill Erwin ... Evans (uncredited)
Stanley Farrar ... Doctor (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Sammy Jackson ... Bellhop (uncredited)
Jack Mower ... Vandergelt Worker (uncredited)

Ed Nelson ... 2nd Classmate (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: Duel at Sundown

1 February 1959
Bret Maverick is on his way to a high stakes poker game, when an injured friend with a hidden agenda, begs him to visit. After Bret arrives, the friend's beautiful daughter draws Bret into a plot of her own. Both plots revolve around cold-blooded Red Hartigan (a lanky, young Clint Eastwood). Red demands Bret leave Sundown immediately - or rest in Sundown forever.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Edgar Buchanan ... Jed Christianson

Abby Dalton ... Carrie Christianson

Clint Eastwood ... Red Hardigan
Dan Sheridan ... Dr. Baxter

James Griffith ... John Wesley Hardin
Clarke Alexander ... Sheriff
Linda Lawson ... Lily
Myrna Fahey ... Susie
Luis Delgado ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Don Kelly ... Al (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: Yellow River

8 February 1959
Losing his stake in a bank robbery, Bart agrees to hold two men for $300 on a pretty woman's say-so. When the story proves false, he rides after her only to find she is partnering a cattle drive and they are being murdered one by one.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Patricia Breslin ... Alice Appleton / Abigail Allen
Peter Miles ... Jean Baxter
Mike Lane ... Horace Cusack
Sam Buffington ... Prof. von Schulenberg
Robert Richards ... Fred Grimes

Robert Conrad ... Davie Barrows
Harry Hines ... Pete Mulligan
Kem Dibbs ... Mills
Stewart Bradley ... Sam Asher
Tol Avery ... Henry Sawyer
Phil Arnold ... 2nd Hotel Clerk (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: The Saga of Waco Williams

15 February 1959
Bret rides into Bent City with Waco Williams, a man he encountered out on the trail. Waco, while not seeking a fight, won't run away from one, either. As a result, Waco's life is threatened more than once. This causes Bret much anxiety, because he has his own reasons for keeping Waco alive.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

R.G. Armstrong ... Colonel Karl Bent

Louise Fletcher ... Kathy Bent
Brad Johnson ... Karl Bent Jr.
Ken Mayer ... Sheriff Boyd Tait
Harry Lauter ... Deputy Bernie
Lane Bradford ... Jack Regan
Syd Saylor ... Menzies
Stephen Coit ... Charlie
Wayde Preston ... Waco Williams

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick (credit only)
Emile Avery ... Barfly That Gets Sheriff (uncredited)
Luis Delgado ... Barfly (uncredited)
Kansas Moehring ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack O'Shea ... Messenger (uncredited)
Hank Patterson ... Perkins (uncredited)
Ken Terrell ... Blackie Dolan (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: Brasada Spur

22 February 1959
A rich widow woman uses her influence to get Bart into a high stakes poker game in which he wins both stock in a railroad and acolossal headache. Directed by "Casablanca" star PAUL HENREID.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Patrick McVey ... Roy Stafford

Ken Lynch ... Rufus Elgree
Ralph Neff ... Horace Hogan

Hope Summers ... Martha Abbott
Jimmy Lydon ... Terry McKenna (as James Lyndon)
Robert Griffin ... Adam Sheppley
Gertrude Flynn ... Dorritt MacGregor
Fred Kruger ... Barnes

Julie Adams ... Belle Morgan

James Garner ... Bret Maverick (credit only)
Robert Carson ... Lawyer Greenbrier (uncredited)
Jon Lormer ... Belle Morgan's Personal Waiter (uncredited)
Paul McGuire ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Harold Miller ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Louis Quinn ... Barber (uncredited)
Hal Taggart ... Telegrapher (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Engineer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: Passage to Fort Doom

8 March 1959
Bart Maverick, in need of money, signs on as a guide on a wagon train. He knows one woman on the wagon train and she's hiding a secret. Another woman on the wagon train is plotting to kill her husband but she's having second thoughts. When the wagon train arrives at its destination, the biggest threat of all awaits.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Nancy Gates ... Dorothy Chapman
Arlene Howell ... Cindy Lou Brown
Fred Beir ... Lee Granger
John Alderson ... Ben Chapman
Diane McBain ... Charlotte Stanton
Sheila Bromley ... Martha Stanton
Charles Cooper ... Claude Rogan

Alan Caillou ... Fergus McKenzie
Thomas Browne Henry ... Charles Stanton (as Thomas B. Browne)
Ron Hayes ... Joe
Rayford Barnes ... Frank

Season 2, Episode 24: Two Tickets to Ten Strike

15 March 1959
Frankie French has a mysterious and secret benefactor who has paid for her trip to Ten Strike with the promise of more funds. Who is the benefactor, and what does he want from Frankie?

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Connie Stevens ... Frankie French

Adam West ... Vic Nolan

Andrea King ... Mae Miller

Lyle Talbot ... Martin Scott
William D. Gordon ... Eddie Burke
Roscoe Ates ... Joe the Barber
John Harmon ... Stranger
Duane Grey ... Sheriff
Emile Avery ... Croupier (uncredited)
Jack Henderson ... Blacksmith (uncredited)
Forrest Lewis ... Printer (uncredited)
Jack Mower ... Stage Agent (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: Betrayal

22 March 1959
During a stagecoach robbery, Bart realizes that one of the female passengers recognizes the voice of a masked bandit. Hoping to recover his lost funds as well as obtain a reward, Bart stays close to the passenger. But she soon shows herself to be treacherous, not just in matters of money but in matters of love.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Pat Crowley ... Anne Saunders (as Patricia Crowley)

Ruta Lee ... Laura Dillon
Morgan Jones ... Buck Wilkerson

Don 'Red' Barry ... Sheriff (as Don Barry)

J. Pat O'Malley ... Dr. Fred Dillon

Michael Dante ... Joe
John Dennis ... Pete
Eddie Marr ... R.J. Guthrie (as Edward Marr)
Harry Jackson ... Poker Player

Stanley Adams ... Link

James Garner ... Bret Maverick (credit only)
Earle Hodgins ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Bobby Jordan ... Bank Teller (uncredited)
Kansas Moehring ... Townsman (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: The Strange Journey of Jenny Hill

29 March 1959
Why does singer Jenny Hill keep moving from town to town for short engagements when she could find a longer term gig if she wanted? And why does Bret keep following her on her journey?

James Garner ... Bret Maverick
Peggy King ... Jenny Hill
Sig Ruman ... Professor Vegelius

William Schallert ... Carl
Leo Gordon ... Big Mike McComb
George Keymas ... Sam
K.L. Smith ... Starke
Mark Tapscott ... Prosecutor Crowley
Michael Galloway ... Jim Hedges
Chubby Johnson ... Messenger (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... The Judge (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Juror (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Pappy

13 September 1959
Bret and Bart travel to Louisiana when they find out their Pappy is engaged to an 18-year-old girl. Bart is posing as "Dandy Jim" Buckley, the nemesis of the Mavericks. The girl's father wants Pappy to be killed in a duel -- but only after the engagement is announced.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick / Beau 'Pappy' Maverick

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick / Uncle Bentley Maverick

Adam West ... Rudolph St. Cloud

Troy Donahue ... Dan Jamison

Henry Daniell ... Rene St. Cloud

Virginia Gregg ... Gida Jamison

Michael Forest ... Jean Paul St. Cloud
Kaye Elhardt ... Josephine St. Cloud
John Hubbard ... Sampson Bronze
Chubby Johnson ... Chester Miller
Gene Coogan ... Poker Player (uncredited)
John Fritz ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Ralph Sanford ... Sheriff (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Royal Four Flush

20 September 1959
Bart wedges himself between a scam & a silver baron, to collect a card debt from welsher & conman Capt. Fitzgerald. Central to the dragoon is Countess de la Fontaine, engaged to the mining magnate Placer Jack, and she's far from the plain/fat/50, the Irish rogue describes her as to brush Bart off. Jack's protective children become spykids - because they're equally suspicious of Bart, Fitzgerald and the Countess.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Roxane Berard ... Countess De La Fontaine / Liz Bancroft
David Frankham ... Captain Rory Fitzgerald

Arch Johnson ... Placer Jack Mason
Roberta Shore ... Judy Mason
Jimmy Baird ... Donald Mason
Raymond Hatton ... Harry
Tom Fadden ... Silvan
Ray Walker ... Hotel Clerk
Bess Flowers ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Colin Kenny ... Poker Game Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock ... Poker Player (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: The Sheriff of Duck 'n' Shoot

27 September 1959
Bret gets blackmailed into serving a six-month term as sheriff of Duck 'N Shoot, a wild town that chews up sheriffs. Bret's style is unconventional but, to his chagrin, effective. However, he runs afoul of a larcenous woman and ends up behind the bars of his own jail. Brother Bart arrives to help him out -- for a price.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Peggy McCay ... Melissa 'Missy' Maybrook
Chubby Johnson ... Billy Waker
Jack Mather ... Judge Hardy

Don 'Red' Barry ... Fred Leslie (as Don Barry)
James Gavin ... Buck Danton
Hal Baylor ... Bimbo
Irving Bacon ... Andrews
Clarke Alexander ... Jonah
Richard H. Cutting ... Smitty
Billy M. Greene ... Herman
Emile Avery ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Luis Delgado ... Bettor (uncredited)
Cactus Mack ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Townsman (uncredited)
Edwin Reimers ... Announcer (uncredited) (voice)

Season 3, Episode 4: You Can't Beat the Percentage

4 October 1959
On the road traveling to meet an old girlfriend who wrote him a letter, Bart meets a young cowboy who tells him he's going to kill a man - the man who owns the gambling house where the girl now works. But when the cowboy winds up being the one killed instead, Bart is accused of killing him, and starts to wonder if he's not being played as a pawn in a game.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Gerald Mohr ... Dave Lindell

Karen Steele ... Myra
Tim Graham ... Pop
Dan Riss ... Sheriff Bill Satchel
Joe Patridge ... Dealer
Michael Harris ... Charley
Ray Daley ... Brazos Kincaid
George Bell ... Barfly (uncredited)
Kermit Maynard ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Bartender (uncredited)
Edwin Reimers ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: The Cats of Paradise

11 October 1959
Bret gets involved by financing Modesty Blaine's plan to sell cats to a mining town to control the rat population. But when she leaves him holding an empty bag, Bret must face the wrath of a jealous but superstitious sheriff and a hired killer willing to put cash and duty ahead of friendship.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick
Mona Freeman ... Modesty Blaine

Buddy Ebsen ... Sheriff Scratch Madden
Wendell Holmes ... Mayor Uli Bemus
Lance Fuller ... Faro Jack Norcross

Richard Deacon ... Floyd Gimbel
Murvyn Vye ... Captain Puget
Robert Griffin ... Bartender
Earl Hansen ... Mr. Wilkins
Riza Royce ... Woman
Lane Chandler ... Gibbons (uncredited)
Luis Delgado ... Man at Auction (uncredited)
Colin Kenny ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Hank Patterson ... Hanrahan (uncredited)
Ray Spiker ... Sailor (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: A Tale of Three Cities

18 October 1959
Being cleaned out by a female bandit, then kicked out of Gold Flats for beating its mayor at poker, forces Bart to nearby town Friendly where pretending to be a reformed sinner at least cadges a meal as a guest lecturer at a ladies' social. The comely thief is in the audience, but will Bart turn her in, or do a far, far better thing than he's ever done before?

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Pat Crowley ... Stephanie Malone
Ben Gage ... Sheriff Hardy
Ed Kemmer ... Sherwood Hampton
Barbara Jo Allen ... Mrs. Hannah Adams

Ray Teal ... Sheriff Murray
Frank Richards ... Sam
Leake Bevil ... Pete
Louis Jean Heydt ... Jim Malone
Emile Avery ... Posse Member (uncredited)
Fred Carson ... Posse Member (uncredited)
Jack O'Shea ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Harry Strang ... Henry (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Full House

25 October 1959
Bret, fearless mastermind of super-villain gang Billy the Kid, Belle Starr, Cole Younger etc. ? Mistaken for the mysterious dandy, Foxy the Brain, Bret must whip out a fool-proof heist blueprint for this Axis of Evil summit of the West. Luckily, the real Foxy's in jail after a poker dispute with Bret, but what jail can hold the slippery Foxy ? At least the amorous Belle Starr's floored by Bret's charm, but the other legendary outlaws put Bret to the test.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick
Jean Willes ... Belle Starr
Robert Lowery ... Foxy Smith
Gordon Jones ... Marshal

Gregory Walcott ... Cole Younger

Joel Grey ... Billy The Kid
Tim Graham ... Willie Thimble
Kelly Thordsen ... Sam Bass
George Barrows ... Black Bart (uncredited)
Luis Delgado ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Gordon ... Frank James (uncredited)
Clyde Howdy ... Guard Outside Mint (uncredited)

Nancy Kulp ... Waitress (uncredited)
Mike Lally ... Clay Allison (uncredited)
Rusty Wescoatt ... Ben Thompson (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: The Lass with the Poisonous Air

1 November 1959
Bart falls for a beautiful girl but doesn't know he's being set up for a murder nor does he know whom he is going to kill. He is steered to the truth about both by another girl who also likes him.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Joanna Moore ... Linda
Howard Petrie ... Mike Burke
John Reach ... Phil Dana

Carole Wells ... Cathy Talmadge
Stacy Keach Sr. ... Marshal Deevers
Francis McDonald ... Pop Talmadge (as Francis J. McDonald)
Emile Avery ... Stage Driver (uncredited)
George Bruggeman ... Waiter (uncredited)
James Dime ... Search Party Member (uncredited)
Sol Gorss ... Brawler (uncredited)
Silver Harr ... Stage Driver (uncredited)
Ed Haskett ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Bill McLean ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Brawler (uncredited)
Jack Mower ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Arnold Roberts ... Waiter (uncredited)
Fred Sherman ... Bartender (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Valet (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: The Ghost Soldiers

8 November 1959
Arriving at an army fort shortly after an Indian massacre, Bret and two soldiers must find a way to survive the gathering Indian war party until reinforcements arrive. Bret's plan involves turning the Indians' superstitions against them.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick
James Westerfield ... Sergeant Baines
Paul Clarke ... Chief Running Horse
Stuart Randall ... Red Wing
Ted Otis ... Corporal Willie Daggott
Chuck Wassil ... Lieutenant Jennings
Jack Lilley ... Indian Chief (uncredited)
Artie Ortego ... Indian Chief (uncredited)
Charles Soldani ... Indian Chief (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: Easy Mark

15 November 1959
Bart, escaping his last poker game due to sore losers, runs into an heir to a railroad in the middle of the desert who just has two concerns: getting to a meeting by Friday and cross pollinating a delicate and rare cactus.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Edgar Buchanan ... Col. Hamilton

Pippa Scott ... Abigail Hamilton

Nita Talbot ... Jeannie McCabe
Wynn Pearce ... Cornelius Van Rennselaer Jr.
Hanley Stafford ... Cornelius Van Rensselaer Sr.
Douglas Kennedy ... McFearson
Frank Ferguson ... Burke
Carl Milletaire ... Hakime
Jack Buetel ... Phillips (as Jack Beutel)
John Zaccaro ... Engineer
Ivan Browning ... Porter
Tom London ... Carriage Driver (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: A Fellow's Brother

22 November 1959
A fellow's got to kill the fellow who kills a fellow's brother. At least, that's the Code of the West. At first mistaken for the fellow who killed a fellow's brother, Bret sends the brother off in search of brother Bart as the alleged killer. When word comes back that Bart has been killed, the locals expect Bret to seek his own revenge. But Bret seems nonchalant about the news and has other plans. If only the idolizing Smoky would stay out of the way.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Diane McBain ... Holly Vaughn

Gary Vinson ... Smoky Vaughn
Sam Buffington ... Burgess

Bing Russell ... Jed Haines
Wally Brown ... Enoch

Adam West ... George Henry Arnett
Jonathan Hole ... Marvin Dilbey
Emory Parnell ... Bill Anders
Charles Maxwell ... Russ Ankerman
William 'Billy' Benedict ... Hotel Desk Clerk (uncredited)
Luis Delgado ... Shotgun Rider (uncredited)
Robert Foulk ... Sheriff (uncredited)
Silver Harr ... Man With Haines (uncredited)
Tex Holden ... Townsman (uncredited)
Tom Kennedy ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Jack Kenny ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)
Henry Wills ... Stage Driver (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Trooper Maverick

29 November 1959
Involuntarily enlisted into the army, Bart becomes a spy for the local base commander trying to find out who is selling arms to the local Indians. But when the commander dies and Bart is caught with the arms dealers, he faces a court martial and potential execution for treason.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Suzanne Lloyd ... Catherine Percy
Joe Sawyer ... Sgt. Schumacher
Herbert Rudley ... Col. Samuel Percy
Charles Cooper ... Capt. Ronald Berger
Myron Healey ... Jed Benedict
Mark Tapscott ... Sgt. Rogers
Sammy Jackson ... Albert Heaven

I. Stanford Jolley ... Dakota Cadman
Tony Young ... Acando
Tom Middleton ... Trooper O'Dell
Louie Elias ... Trooper (uncredited)
Clegg Hoyt ... Quartermaster (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Trooper (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: Maverick Springs

6 December 1959
In an effort to save her brother from the clutches of a scheming Melanie Blake, a wealthy rancher blackmails Bret into playing the role of a wealthy Texan to seduce Melanie into giving up the brother. But the brother has already been cheated out of his share of the ranch, so it is up to Bret with help from brother Bart to regain the asset through a land development ploy.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Kathleen Crowley ... Melanie Blake
King Donovan ... Mark Dawson
Tol Avery ... John Flannery
Doris Packer ... Kate Dawson
Sig Ruman ... Professor Kronkhite
Leslie Barrett ... Mr. Mason
Charles Arnt ... Sheriff Charley Peters

William Bakewell ... Desk Clerk
Jim Hayward ... Bartender
Emile Avery ... Emile (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Ed Haskett ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Paul Keast ... Commodore Vandergriff (uncredited)
Paul Kruger ... Possible Investor (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Man at Well (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Possible Investor (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Well Worker (uncredited)
Max Wagner ... Well Worker (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: The Goose-Drownder

13 December 1959
A "goose-drownder" (rainstorm) perilously strands gambling rivals Gentleman Jack and Bart in a tiny roadhouse. A stagecoach has to pull in too, brimming with suspicious, hostile characters, especially a wounded, notorious highwayman, The Arapaho Kid, and a bedding salesman named Red Herring ! The Kid's blonde lady-friend, Stella Legendre (in French, "the sex star") once robbed Bart, but Bart forgives her. Does Bart still have a soft spot for Stella, or is he just trying to discern which ones are The Kid's gang?

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Richard Long ... Gentleman Jack Darby

Will Wright ... Boone Gillis

H.M. Wynant ... Rance
Robert Nichols ... Red Herring
Clarke Alexander ... Hurley
Billy M. Greene ... Latimer

Fay Spain ... Stella Legendre

Season 3, Episode 15: A Cure for Johnny Rain

20 December 1959
Johnny Rain, a friend to all and beloved by all, has a problem. He does not particularly like whiskey and it doesn't agree with him, but his girlfriend insists that he should drink. While under the spell of whiskey, Johnny takes to stagecoach holdups. Bret figures out that it is Johnny behind the robberies, but can he figure out where the loot is hidden?

James Garner ... Bret Maverick
Dolores Donlon ... Millie Reid
John Vivyan ... Sam Reid
Thomas Browne Henry ... Mayor Pembroke H. Hadley (as Thomas B. Henry)
Kenneth MacDonald ... Sheriff
Bud Osborne ... Stagecoach Driver
William Reynolds ... Johnny Rain
Rayford Barnes ... Deputy
Sailor Vincent ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: The Marquessa

3 January 1960
Having won a saloon, Bart arrives in town to find it closed because of a competing claim of ownership by the Marquessa, the alleged heir to the land grant on which the saloon and the town sits. Bart suspects that the Marquessa is a fraud, but is she?

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Adele Mara ... Luisa Ruisenor
Edward Ashley ... Nobby Ned Wyngate
Jay Novello ... Pepe
Morris Ankrum ... Judge Jason Painter
Carlos Romero ... Manuel Ortiz
Belle Mitchell ... Eufemia Machado
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Miguel Ruiz (as Rodolfo Hoyos)
Raymond Hatton ... Charlie Plank
Lane Chandler ... Sheriff
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: Cruise of the Cynthia B.

10 January 1960
Having been tricked into buying a share of a steamboat instead of the whole boat, Bret and his co-owners sail the boat up the Mississippi to an interested purchaser. Along the way, however, the co-owners start dying one by one.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Karl Weber ... Quincy T. Smith
Maurice Manson ... Rutherford Carr
Irene Tedrow ... Mrs. Ambrose Tutwiller
Gage Clarke ... Montgomery Teague
Jack Livesey ... Gillespie MacKenzie
Charles Fredericks ... Jefferson Cantrell
Alexander Campbell ... Abner Morton
Fred Kruger ... Meacham
Mona Freeman ... Modesty Blaine

Season 3, Episode 18: Maverick and Juliet

17 January 1960
Bret and Bart are hired by the feuding Carteret and Montgomery families to settle a longtime dispute by a poker competition. The families are unaware of Bret and Bart's relationship, but when they become suspicious the stakes are considerably raised for the brothers.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Carole Wells ... Juliet Carteret
Steven Terrell ... Sonny Montgomery (as Steve Terrell)

Rhys Williams ... Montague Montgomery
Marjorie Bennett ... Mrs. Edwina Montgomery
Jack Mather ... Enoch Carteret
Sarah Selby ... Mrs. Carteret
Michael Garrett ... Ty Carteret
Lew Brown ... Jeb Carteret
John Zaccaro ... Nat Carteret
Walter Coy ... Reverend
John Collier ... Jody Montgomery (as Johnnie Collier)

Season 3, Episode 19: The White Widow

24 January 1960
A big winner at poker, Bart puts his winnings in the hotel safe. When he awakes, his cash is gone and the clerk is dead. His only chance for a stake is the bank president, aka the Widow White, who's future is threatened by mysterious notes.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Julie Adams ... Wilma White
Richard Webb ... George Manton
Ross Elliott ... Mayor Cosgrove
Don Kennedy ... Sheriff Jim Vaughn
Pilar Seurat ... Pilar
Charles Alvin Bell ... Joe Barnes (as C. Alvin Bell)
Charles Buck ... Depot Agent (as Charles S Buck)
Lee Turnbull ... Bartender
Jack Bryan ... John Brinks
Clyde Howdy ... Barfly (uncredited)
Tom Kennedy ... Townsman Who Gets Sheriff (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: Guatemala City

31 January 1960
Finding himself in love with a woman who disappears, Bret follows her trail to Guatemala City. There he finds her, but she is living under another name. While trying to find out why, Bret must also deal with the adoration and shenanigans of a young street urchin.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick
Suzanne Storrs ... Ellen Johnson

Patric Knowles ... Sam Bishop
Linda Dangcil ... Angelita
Tudor Owen ... Sim
Charles Watts ... Spelvin
John Holland ... Tall Man
Robert Carson ... Desk Clerk
Nacho Galindo ... Hansom Cab Driver
Henry Hunter ... American Consul Carter

Paul 'Mousie' Garner ... Newspaper Vendor (as Mousie Garner)

Red West ... Hotel Doorman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 21: The People's Friend

7 February 1960
Bart thwarts an assassination attempt on a local politician. With the wounded man unable to run for election, Bart is drafted to take his place on the ballot as a candidate for the Reform Party, a matter not looked on with favor by the competing politician behind the assassination attempt.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Merry Anders ... Penelope Greeley

R.G. Armstrong ... Wellington Cosgrove
Walter Sande ... Sheriff Burke

John Litel ... Ellsworth Greeley
Francis De Sales ... Mayor Culpepper (as Francis DeSales)
John Zaremba ... Gantry
Donald Kirke ... Clayton
Allan Nixon ... Cosgrove Crony #1

Dick Wilson ... Crenshaw
Ruth Terry ... Librarian
Dorothea Lord ... Mrs. McCoy
Rex Lease ... Poker Player #2
Sam Harris ... Mr. Osborne (uncredited)
Tom Kennedy ... Shakes Hands with Bart on Street (uncredited)
Cactus Mack ... Barfly (uncredited)
Max Wagner ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: A Flock of Trouble

14 February 1960
Bret has won a large herd of livestock, but soon finds out that the livestock is sheep and not cattle. And as the new owner of the sheep, Bret is now the object of the local cattlemen's wrath.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick
Myrna Fahey ... Dee Cooper
George Wallace ... Verne Scott
Tim Graham ... Jensen
Armand Alzamora ... De Basco

Donnelly Rhodes ... Cain (as Don Rhodes)
Chet Stratton ... Crabill
Irving Bacon ... Honest Donald McFadden
Merritt Bohn ... Big Coley
Fred Carson ... Scott's Cattleman (uncredited)

Norman Leavitt ... Bartender (uncredited)
Guy Raymond ... Bartender (uncredited)
Ray Whitley ... Charley (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 23: Iron Hand

21 February 1960
Losing the last few dollars in a poker game, Bart goes after some seemingly easy money for him and his friends. He thinks he can insure a cattle drive and meets a man who looks familiar but can't place his face - soon he does his hand.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Susan Morrow ... Connie Coleman
Edward Ashley ... Nobby Ned Wingate

Anthony Caruso ... Joe Vermillion
Anthony Eustrel ... Major Brooks Innescourt (as Antony Eustrel)
Joan Elan ... Ursula Innescourt

Robert Redford ... Jimmy Coleman
Lane Bradford ... Red
John Zaccaro ... Slim
Lane Chandler ... Marshal Richter
Terry Frost ... Purdy
Clyde Howdy ... Kiowa Indian (uncredited)
Eddie Little Sky ... Kiowa Indian (uncredited)
Glenn Strange ... Marshal of Abilene (uncredited)
Max Wagner ... Max (uncredited)
Guy Wilkerson ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 24: The Resurrection of Joe November

28 February 1960
In New Orleans, Bret tries to solve a mystery involving missing jewelry, assumed identities, and the supposedly dead Joe November.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Joanna Barnes ... Felice de Lasignac #1
Charles Maxwell ... Baron Thor von Und Zu Himmelstern

Don 'Red' Barry ... Willie Saffron
Roxane Berard ... Felice de Lasignac #2
Kelly Thordsen ... Chief of Police
Harry Cheshire ... Brother Ambrose
Bill Walker ... Museum Attendant
Forrest Lewis ... Captain Nelson

Nita Talbot ... Bessie Bison

Season 3, Episode 25: The Misfortune Teller

6 March 1960
Arriving in a town for the first time, Bret finds himself accused of swindling the town folk and killing its mayor. And his only chance of escaping the noose appears to rest with a scheming Melanie Blake and a superstitious lawyer new to the town.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick
Kathleen Crowley ... Melanie Blake

Alan Mowbray ... Luke Abigor
Ben Gage ... Sheriff Lem Watson
Emory Parnell ... Fred Grady
Mickey Simpson ... Charlie Turple
William Challee ... Bartender
Chubby Johnson ... Jud the Jailer
Emile Avery ... Stage Driver (uncredited)
Harry Cheshire ... (uncredited)
Hank Patterson ... Townsman in Kyle (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 26: Greenbacks, Unlimited

13 March 1960
Foursquare Farley has discovered a unique way of obtaining a bank loan - a secret tunnel to the Bank of Denver's vault. But with a safe cracker planning to break into the vault, Foursquare and Bret fear that the tunnel will be discovered and Foursquare blamed for the impending robbery. The result is a cat-and-mouse game of now you see it, now you don't.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick
Gage Clarke ... Foursquare Farley
Wendell Holmes ... Colonel Dutton
Roy Engel ... Marshal Ratcliffe
Jonathan Hole ... Fred
Robert Nichols ... Driscoll
Patrick Westwood ... London Louie Latimer
Ray Walker ... Bartender
John Holland ... Terence Tamblyn
Sammy Jackson ... Junior Kallikak
Forrest Taylor ... Proprietor

John Dehner ... Big Ed Murphy
Luis Delgado ... Poker Player (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Bundle from Britain

18 September 1960
Returning to America after an extended stay in England, Cousin Beau Maverick is hired to take the place of a young English nobleman. However, he soon finds himself the victim of a kidnap and ransom plot due to his assumed identity.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Roger Moore ... Beauregarde Maverick
Robert Douglas ... Herbert
Robert Casper ... Freddie Bognor
Diana Crawford ... Molly
Laurie Main ... Marquis of Bognor
Clancy Cooper ... McGee
Mickey Simpson ... Pecos

Max Baer Jr. ... Brazos (as Max Baer)
Rusty Wescoatt ... Muldoon
Alberto Morin ... Hotel Clerk

I. Stanford Jolley ... Wolf Kratkovitch

Nick Dimitri ... Stage Passenger (uncredited)
Bob Morgan ... Bodyguard (uncredited)
Bob Terhune ... Stage Driver (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: Hadley's Hunters

25 September 1960
Bart is framed for several crimes by crooked Sheriff Hadley and his deputy, who force him to take part in their racket--hunting down and killing innocent men, then claiming they're outlaws and collecting the reward. Bart turns bounty hunter in an effort to expose the corrupt lawmen's scheme and asks for help from several of his friends (all of whom are stars of other contemporary Warner Bros. TV western series, making cameo appearances).

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Edgar Buchanan ... Sheriff Hadley

Robert J. Wilke ... McCabe (as Robert Wilke)
Andra Martin ... Molly Brewster
Robert Colbert ... Cherokee Dan Evans

Howard McNear ... Copes
Herb Vigran ... Pender

George Kennedy ... Deputy Jones
James Gavin ... Deputy Smith
Harry Harvey ... Dad Brewster (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
Roscoe Ates ... Albert
Gregg Barton ... Boggs
Murray Alper ... Gus
Craig Duncan ... Wesley

Clint Walker ... Cheyenne Bodie

John Russell ... Marshal Dan Troop
Will Hutchins ... Tom 'Sugarfoot' Brewster

Edd Byrnes ... Stableboy (as Edward Byrnes)

Peter Brown ... Deputy Johnny McKay

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne
Emile Avery ... Barfly (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... One of Hadley's Hunters (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: The Town That Wasn't There

2 October 1960
Beau can't win for losing - sashays up to claim a worthless mine he won, then the whole town disappears. The no-longer Silver Hill stands at the mercy of the venal Wilber Shanks, a sanctimonious railroad land buyer, whose threat to divert his rail line far from Silver Hill forces its befuddled citizens to immediately take Shanks' mare to chat up a lonely bachelor sheep rancher who's desperate for some 2-legged company for a change.

Roger Moore ... Beauregarde Maverick
Merry Anders ... Maggie Bradford

Richard Hale ... Wilber Shanks

John Astin ... Joe Lambert
Forrest Lewis ... Oldtimer
Craig Duncan ... Jake Moody
Lane Chandler ... Sheriff Crane
Jon Lormer ... Sam Bradford
Alexander Campbell ... Horatio Cromwell
Bruce Wendell ... Henry Pitkin
Richard H. Cutting ... Ralph Hobbs (as Richard Cutting)
Steve Pendleton ... Marshal McCoy
Hank Patterson ... Clean-up Man (uncredited)
Harry Strang ... Ernie The Stagedriver (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: Arizona Black Maria

9 October 1960
Left in the desert to die, Bart - actually just his fine mane - fascinates Red Feather who's on a walkabout of sorts. Captain/First Mate Jim of a passing prisoner wagon train saves Bart's scalp, plus the train stars luscious murderer Daphne, who's delighted with Bart as the hearty First Mate's Gilligan. But as the cruise of the Arizona Black Maria nears the penitentiary, wily crooks Dishonest Abe and Fingers Louie aren't so taken with pal Bart.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Joanna Barnes ... Daphne Tolliver

Alan Hale Jr. ... Capt. Jim Pattishall (as Alan Hale)
Gary Murray ... Red Feather

Don 'Red' Barry ... Dishonest Abe (as Donald Barry)
Terence de Marney ... Fingers Louie (as Terrence DeMarney)
John Holland ... Farnsworth McCoy
Harry Swoger ... Rufus
Art Stewart ... Lem
Charles Stevens ... Indian Chief

Season 4, Episode 5: Last Wire from Stop Gap

16 October 1960
Beau & Bart fight to escape a black hole - where money and people enter, but can't leave! The cousins have to sleep sitting up in Stop Gap's only watering hole, after saving from robbers the treacherous Wembly, who promised them free, comfy hotel beds - but knew the inn was full-up. Wembly's suspiciously tight with the mining town's telegraph owner, son of a Colorado Senator. Why is the town too small to have a bank, as its population and wealth mysteriously expand to infinity - and beyond?

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Roger Moore ... Beauregarde Maverick
Olive Sturgess ... Phyllis Hulett
Robert Cornthwaite ... Jasper Wembly
Tol Avery ... Hulett
Stephen Coit ... Deevers
Don C. Harvey ... Sheriff
Lane Bradford ... Beldon
John L. Cason ... Clay
James Chandler ... Ryan
Richard Reeves ... Prospector
Jimmie Horan ... Kibitzer (as James Horan)

Season 4, Episode 6: Mano Nera

23 October 1960
While visiting friends in New Orleans, Bart becomes embroiled in a battle between local businessmen and the secret Mano Nera (Black Hand), a local Italian mob.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Myrna Fahey ... Carla Marchese

Gerald Mohr ... Giacomo Beretti

Anthony Caruso ... Lt. Joe Petrino
John Beradino ... Giovanni Marchese

Frank Wilcox ... Chief Thomas Rawlins
Paul Bryar ... Officer Noonan

Nesdon Booth ... Hotel Detective
Arthur Marshall ... Hotel Clerk
Edward Colmans ... Alberto

Joe Garcio ... Anselmo Agostino
Jerome Loden ... Calvini
Edwin Reimers ... Announcer (voice)

Season 4, Episode 7: A Bullet for the Teacher

30 October 1960
Accused of murdering his partner in a casino, Beau tracks a saloon singer who can clear him to a small town where she's now working as a teacher--with the murdered man's trigger-happy brother and a sheriff on Beau's trail.

Roger Moore ... Beauregarde Maverick
Kathleen Crowley ... Flo Baker

Arch Johnson ... Ephrim Burch

Bing Russell ... Luke Storm
Brad Johnson ... Jim Reardon
Joan Tompkins ... Mary Burch
Sammy Jackson ... Walter Burch

Henry Brandon ... Rand Storm
Lynn Cartwright ... Ann Shepard
Carol Nicholson ... Elvira

Max Baer Jr. ... Chuck (as Max Baer)
Fred Sherman ... Clerk
John Harmon ... Depot Agent
Tom London ... Farmer
Ahna Capri ... School Child (uncredited)
Ronnie Dapo ... School Child (uncredited)
Luis Delgado ... Casino Worker / Garnet Gambler (uncredited)
Tim Rooney ... School Child (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: The Witch of Hound Dog

6 November 1960
Bart howls like a hound dog when an alluring witch ravels him in great Smoky Mountain feud-in, fight-in and spell-in. Riding to Hound Dog, Tennessee to collect a debt from High Card Harris, Bart ignored a raven perched on a road sign, who the banshee insists is her dead Pappy. Bart shrugs off the witch's forebodings, then sees the Southern Hamlet disintegrate when he gives the raven-haired enchantress a lift in. Bart's own Pappy never told him there'd be days like this, much worse nights.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Anita Sands ... Nancy Sutliff
Wayde Preston ... Luke Baxter
Sheldon Allman ... Ox Sutliff
William B. Corrie ... Zack Sutliff (as William Corrie)
Phil Tully ... Cyrus
Dorothea Lord ... Miz Turner
Fred Carson ... Townsman (uncredited)
Luis Delgado ... Man Lighting Pipe (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: Thunder from the North

13 November 1960
Beau finds himself used as a scapegoat by two shopkeepers who killed the son of the chief in an effort to hide their swindle of local Indians. Captured by the Indians, Beau faces a death sentence only to be spared by the chief's daughter who claims Beau as her future husband. But Beau finds that his reprieve is only temporary until the honeymoon is over.

Roger Moore ... Beauregarde Maverick
Andra Martin ... Pale Moon
Richard Coogan ... Hank Lawson
Janet Lake ... Kitty O'Hearn
Robert Warwick ... Standing Bull
George Keymas ... War Shirt
Jack Mather ... Col. O'Hearn
John Zaccaro ... Judd Marsh
Trent Dolan ... Lieutenant
Gary Conway ... Orderly
Miguel Ángel Landa ... Swift Wolf (as Miguel Landa)
Fred Carson ... Indian (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 10: The Maverick Line

20 November 1960
In Bret's last episode, the Maverick brothers (Bret and Bart) find themselves the heirs to a stagecoach line. Thinking they have struck it rich, they find instead that the stagecoach line is broke. But the railroad is coming through and the stagecoach's right of way might yet provide their fortune, or so the brothers hope.

James Garner ... Bret Maverick

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Peggy McCay ... Polly Goodin

Buddy Ebsen ... Rumsey Plumb

Will Wright ... Atherton Flayger
Charles Fredericks ... Shotgun Sparks
Chubby Johnson ... Dutch Wilcox
Charles Alvin Bell ... Bandy (as C. Alvin Bell)
Alan Reynolds ... Phineas Cox
Fred Carson ... Land Rush Participant (uncredited)
Max Wagner ... Ernie (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 11: Bolt from the Blue

27 November 1960
Beau and an old man riding with him are both captured and accused of being horse thieves, in Beau's case, one Benson January. Despite the efforts of a young lawyer (who may or may not be Tom Brewster), Beau is sentenced to hang. His fate may depend on a young woman - the sister of the girl January was engaged to. But will she be willing to help?

Roger Moore ... Beauregarde Maverick
Will Hutchins ... Lawyer

Fay Spain ... Angelica Garland

Richard Hale ... Judge Hookstraten
Charles Fredericks ... Starky (as Charles E. Fredericks)
Tim Graham ... Ebenezer Bolt
Percy Helton ... Bradley
Owen Bush ... Mr. Wood
Arnold Merritt ... Junior
Connie Van ... Hotel Clerk

Season 4, Episode 12: Kiz

4 December 1960
An eccentric woman hires Beau to be her bodyguard and claims she has been subject to repeated threats. But every time she claims there has been a threat, there is no evidence to support the allegation. The woman's family claims the alleged threats are part of her mental delusions and take steps to have a court declare her incompetent with control of the woman's fortune to be placed in the hands of others. Nobody believes the woman's claims. That is, nobody but Maverick.

Roger Moore ... Beauregarde Maverick
Kathleen Crowley ... Kiz Bouchet

Whit Bissell ... Clement Samuels
Tristram Coffin ... Dr. Pittman (as Tris Coffin)
Thomas Browne Henry ... Attorney Hanford (as Thomas B. Henry)
Claude Stroud ... Henry

Max Baer Jr. ... Ticket Taker (as Max Baer)

Don Beddoe ... Fire Chief Thorpe
Emory Parnell ... Hank
Gilchrist Stuart ... Poker Player (as Gil Stuart)

Peggy McCay ... Melissa Bouchet
Fred Aldrich ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Leon Alton ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
James Gonzalez ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)

Chuck Hicks ... Gentleman Joe Bartlett (uncredited)
Gustave Lax ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
Philo McCullough ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
Rusty Wescoatt ... Referee (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 13: Dodge City or Bust

11 December 1960
On his way to the bank to collect a gambling debt, Bart rescues a petulant young woman from a runaway horse. On returning to the bank, Bart and the woman find that the bank president has absconded with all the money, including the money to pay Bart's debt and all of the woman's money from sale of her land. The woman hires Bart to get her to Dodge City with the promise that her fiancé will pay him when they arrive. So they set out essentially penniless for Dodge city, only to later find that they are being tracked by a ruthless bounty hunter because they are now wanted for robbing the bank and killing the bank president.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Roger Moore ... Beauregarde Maverick
Peter Whitney ... Ollie Brock
Diana Millay ... Diana Dangerfield
Med Flory ... Deputy Ben Nevers (as Med Florey)

Howard McNear ... Dangerfield Sheriff
Harry Tyler ... Shopkeeper
Kelly Thordsen ... Customer
Mickey Morton ... Rockford Sheriff
Dick Elliott ... George (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 14: The Bold Fenian Men

18 December 1960
Mistaken at a convention hotel to be Beau O'Maverick, Beau is recruited by the army to infiltrate a group of Irishmen in order to find out why they are massing near the Canadian border. But if he is discovered as a spy, it could mean facing a firing squad.

Roger Moore ... Beauregarde Maverick
Sharon Hugueny ... Deidre Fogarty
Arthur Shields ... Terence Fogarty

Arch Johnson ... Colonel Gaylord Summers
Lane Bradford ... Major Sergeant Hogjaw Hanson
Jack Livesey ... Patrick Hunter
Herb Vigran ... Ed Cramer
James O'Hara ... Sean Flaherty
Bert Russell ... Orson Holt
Harvey Johnson ... Charles Donovan
Mickey Finn ... Mike O'Connell
Mike Lally ... Barfly (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 15: Destination Devil's Flat

25 December 1960
Freeloading a train ride to Denver, Bart makes it as far as Crenshaw where he meets an old friend. When he finds how he figures prominently in her plans to take a lot of gold to Devil's Flats, he may wish he could have stayed on that train.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Peter Breck ... Sheriff Dan Trevor
Merry Anders ... Marybelle McCall
Frank Ferguson ... Deacon Curt Eaker
Richard Reeves ... Bull Crumpett
Patrick Westwood ... Snake Rundall
Chubby Johnson ... Oscar
Harry Swoger ... Conductor
Tip McClure ... Guard
Chuck Hayward ... Guard
Helen Mayon ... Mrs. Amber

Season 4, Episode 16: A State of Siege

1 January 1961
Finding himself delayed in New Mexico, Bart decides to visit a recent acquaintance at a nearby hacienda. However, the hospitality he expected quickly turns dangerous when the hacienda is placed under siege by a group of other landowners who claim they have been double-crossed in a treasonous plot.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Lisa Gaye ... Soledad Lozaro
Joe De Santis ... Don Manuel Lozaro
Raoul De Leon ... Don Roberto Lopez
Ref Sanchez ... Yaquito

Slim Pickens ... Stage Coach Driver
Bella Bruck ... Mamacita

Ray Danton ... Don Felipe Archuleta

Season 4, Episode 17: Family Pride

8 January 1961
To his chagrin, Beau repeatedly gets out-conned. First, on a bet on a stagecoach. Then, in a series of land deals. Trouble is, Beau isn't just losing his own money, but also that of his friend Jerry O'Brien. Even when he wins, Beau ends up losing and he fears that he has lost that special Maverick touch. Finally at the end, the reason becomes all too clear.

Roger Moore ... Beauregarde Maverick
Anita Sands ... Roseanne Warren

Karl Swenson ... General Josiah Warren
Robert Cornthwaite ... Honest John Crippen

Denver Pyle ... Jerry O'Brien
Dorothea Lord ... Mrs. Hale
Wallace Rooney ... Mr. Wallace
Olan Soule ... Hotel Clerk
Stacy Keach Sr. ... Marshal (as Stacy Keach)
Luis Delgado ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 18: The Cactus Switch

15 January 1961
After falling prey to a con game involving a diamond necklace, Bart ends up in a jail cell with an old but treacherous outlaw. With the help of his son, the cell mate breaks out but leaves Bart behind. After being released, Bart plots to recover his loss from the con with help from the outlaw's son and friends. Bart plans to split the recovery with the son, but the elder outlaw has other plans.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Roger Moore ... Beauregarde Maverick

Edgar Buchanan ... Red Daniels

Peter Hansen ... Lawrence Deville
Tom Gilson ... Jimmy Daniels
Carolyn Komant ... Flossie
Chubby Johnson ... Andy Gish
Walter Reed ... Ed Spencer
Lane Chandler ... Sheriff Bill Wright
Gayla Graves ... Dottie Rand
Brad Weston ... Mutt Craven
Robert Logan ... Ben Daniels

Fay Spain ... Lana Cane
Harry Harvey ... Mueller the Jeweler (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 19: Dutchman's Gold

22 January 1961
Looking for a way to break even after winning half of a worthless saloon, Beau provides a stake for a miner to return to his hidden goldmine with Beau and his female saloon partner. But the gold is cursed! A notorious outlaw wants to the goldmine for himself. And Indians want the gold located in their sacred burial grounds left alone.

Roger Moore ... Beauregarde Maverick

Mala Powers ... Charlotte Simmons

Jacques Aubuchon ... The Dutchman
Sheldon Allman ... Vern Tripp
Carlos Romero ... Ricardo Padilla
David Potter ... Sandy Tripp
Bob Grossman ... Ramon
Frank Sully ... Bartender
Jack Perrin ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 20: The Ice Man

29 January 1961
Bart Maverick finds a body encased in ice, but the body raises more troubles than just the usual who-dunit.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Andrew Duggan ... Calvin Powers

Shirley Knight ... Nancy Powers
Bruce Gordon ... Rath Lawson

Virginia Gregg ... Abbey
John Kellogg ... Ben Stricker
Nelson Olmsted ... Dr. Eli Sayles
James Seay ... Sheriff Gil McCrary
Sid Kane ... Carl Stone
John Truax ... Brazos
Clyde Howdy ... Glacier Guide
Art Stewart ... Tom Wales

Season 4, Episode 21: Diamond Flush

5 February 1961
By convincing him he is doing exactly the opposite, Beau is used in an elaborate scheme to steal a valuable Kashmir diamond from a French count and his niece, and replace it with an imitation.

Roger Moore ... Beauregarde Maverick
Roxane Berard ... Danielle deLisle
Carl Esmond ... Comte deLisle
Sig Ruman ... August Bockenheimer

Anna Lee ... Helene Ferguson
Dan Tobin ... Ralph Ferguson

Ted de Corsia ... Amos Parker
K.L. Smith ... Dave Dawson
Phil Tully ... Tim O' Rourke
Charles Davis ... Hotel Ute Clerk
Emile Avery ... Stage Driver (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 22: Last Stop: Oblivion

12 February 1961
After being run out of town, Bart finds himself on a stagecoach with a group of passengers headed to Oblivion, a transfer station and inn run by the Lyme family. While waiting for the next stagecoach to Denver, Bart discovers that some visitors (especially those carrying large sums of money) check in but they don't necessarily check out.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Suzanne Lloyd ... Laura Nelson

Buddy Ebsen ... Nero Lyme
Virginia Christine ... Verna Lyme

Don 'Red' Barry ... Smith (as Donald Barry)

Hampton Fancher ... Tate McKenna
Maurice Manson ... Bascombe Sunday
Rayford Barnes ... Dirk Lyme
Robert C. Ross ... Dave Lyme (as Robert Ross)
Paul Birch ... Sheriff Miller
Bud Osborne ... Sam Overman
Kansas Moehring ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 23: Flood's Folly

19 February 1961
On his way to Denver in an impassable snowstorm, Beau's only retreat seems to be a closed hotel. When the owner and her niece exhibit suspicious behavior, their past, present and future become very much entwined in his.

Roger Moore ... Beauregarde Maverick

Jeanne Cooper ... Martha Flood

Michael Pate ... Chet Whitehead
Alan Baxter ... Judge John Scott
Marlene Willis ... Sally Flood
Ric Roman ... Emery
John Cliff ... Elkins

Season 4, Episode 24: Maverick at Law

26 February 1961
Bart was just playing poker in a sleepy town when the bank was robbed. The bandits got away with $10,000, half of which wound up in his saddlebags - and they're coming back to look for it.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Dolores Donlon ... Clover McCoy
Gage Clarke ... Myron Emerson
Tol Avery ... Cyrus Murdock
James Anderson ... Wooster
Kem Dibbs ... McGaffy
Ken Mayer ... Sheriff Starrett

Dan White ... Poe
Lee Morgan ... Stage Driver (uncredited)
Jack O'Shea ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 25: Red Dog

5 March 1961
Also during a discussion they talk about Jess being gunned down by Dan Troop who was also in another series at the time called "The Lawman".

Roger Moore ... Beauregarde Maverick
Mike Road ... Buckskin Charlie King

John Carradine ... Judge Reese
Joseph Gallison ... Kid Curran (as Evan McCord)

Lee Van Cleef ... Wolf McManus

Sherry Jackson ... Erma Curran

Season 4, Episode 26: The Deadly Image

12 March 1961
On his way to Cheyenne, Bart happens upon a man who was just in a gun battle and helps him and buries another. When the Army shows up, he's arrested and mistaken for a wanted man -- someone who the man he just befriended knows very well.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick / Rod Claxton

Gerald Mohr ... Gus Tellson

Abraham Sofaer ... Papa Rambeau

Dawn Wells ... Caprice Rambeau
Robert Ridgely ... Lieutenant Reed
Bartlett Robinson ... Captain Ranson
Kelly Thordsen ... Hammett
Harvey Johnson ... Sergeant Rafferty
Edwin Reimers ... Announcer (voice)

Chuck Hicks ... Corporal (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 27: Triple Indemnity

19 March 1961
The czar of a frontier town has Bart thrashed to steal back his gambling losses, which angers even the boss' mother. Mom and Bart conspire to get Bart's money back, and teach the arrogant boss humility. As the scheme pressures the despot, he prays "Lord, give me patience, but give it to me now !" Bart enlists his dying pal, the gunfighting dentist from Philadelphia, Doc Holiday as insurance.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Peter Breck ... Doc Holliday
Alan Hewitt ... George Parker
Charity Grace ... Mrs. Parker

Ed Nelson ... Bill Parker
J. Edward McKinley ... Sam Landry

Don Beddoe ... Dr. Whalen
Laurie Mitchell ... Ellen
Nick Pawl ... Slim
Bob Wienskjo ... Jones (as Bob Wiensko)
Mickey Simpson ... Cabella
Alberto Morin ... Chef

Season 4, Episode 28: The Forbidden City

26 March 1961
Brent is arrested for gambling while passing through Sunburst on the stage. When a cell mate is murdered while escaping by three masked men, he is asked to leave on the next stage before his value as an eyewitness proves useful.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Robert Colbert ... Brent Maverick
Nina Shipman ... Joanne Moss
Lisa Montell ... Andalucia Rubio
Jack Mather ... Mayor Clyde Moss
Jeff DeBenning ... Dave Taylor
Thomas Browne Henry ... Mac McGuire (as Thomas B. Henry)
Robert Foulk ... Sheriff Sam Shadley
Gertrude Flynn ... Nettie Moss
Vladimir Sokoloff ... Pedro Rubio

Bill Erwin ... Hotel Clerk
Craig Duncan ... Val Joyce
Tom Kennedy ... Bartender (uncredited)
Henry Wills ... Stage Driver (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 29: Substitute Gun

2 April 1961
A sheriff who once saved Bart's life asks Bart to pay him back by taking a job as a dealer in the local saloon and stopping the owner's scheme to kill his rival for a girl's affections.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Coleen Gray ... Greta Blauvelt
Joan Marshall ... Connie Malone
Robert Rockwell ... Tom Blauvelt
Carlos Romero ... Clete Spain
Walter Sande ... Sheriff Coleman
Jackie Searl ... Wilbur Smiley Drake

Norman Leavitt ... Ezra Gouch (as Noman Leavitt)
Harry Seymour ... Piano player
Joseph Hamilton ... Stableman
Bennie E. Dobbins ... Brawler (uncredited)
Tom Kennedy ... Townsman (uncredited)
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Bartender (uncredited)
Bob Terhune ... Brawler (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 30: Benefit of the Doubt

9 April 1961
Brent and his friends happen to witness an attempted robbery of the post office, which the sheriff stopped by shooting the thieves. They also happened to witness the sheriff helping himself to the loot.
Robert Colbert ... Brent Maverick

Randy Stuart ... Mavis Todd

Elizabeth MacRae ... Emily Todd
Mort Mills ... McGaven
Trevor Bardette ... Bert Coleman
John Alderson ... Zindler
George Wallace ... Sheriff Joe Holly

Slim Pickens ... Roscoe
Steve Raines ... Sims
Fred Krone ... Walt
Clyde Howdy ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 31: The Devil's Necklace: Part 1

16 April 1961
At a remote army post, a troop of soldiers find Bart to be the only survivor of a massacre. Bart tells them the story: how he sensed he could make some money by purchasing a wagonload of merchandise from a peddler who was anxious to sell. After Bart checked inside the wagon, he understand why the man was so quick to sell--it included a shipment of illegal liquor and a kidnapped Indian girl.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Sharon Hugueny ... Tawny

John Dehner ... Luther Cannonbaugh

John Hoyt ... General Bassington
Steve Brodie ... Capt. Paul Score
John Archer ... Maj. John Reidinger

Kasey Rogers ... Angel Score
Rita Lynn ... Edith Reidinger

Michael Forest ... Bob Tallhorse
Mark Tapscott ... Enlisted Man

Chad Everett ... Lieutenant Gregg
Rayford Barnes ... Cpl. Sean Cassidy
Jerry O'Sullivan ... Lieutenant Torrance

Season 4, Episode 32: The Devil's Necklace: Part 2

23 April 1961
Bart relates to the soldiers how, after he and the peddler were later captured by the tribe, the man tricked the Indian chief into believing that he had a magic necklace, and traded it for his freedom. The chief, now believing himself to be impervious to harm, orders his warriors to attack the fort.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Sharon Hugueny ... Tawney

John Dehner ... Luther Cannonbaugh

John Hoyt ... General Bassington
Steve Brodie ... Capt. Paul Score
John Archer ... Maj. John Reidinger
Rita Lynn ... Edith Reidinger

Michael Forest ... Bob Tallhorse

Chad Everett ... Lieutenant Gregg
Mark Tapscott ... Enlisted Man
Rayford Barnes ... Cpl. Sean Cassidy
Jerry O'Sullivan ... Lt. William Torrance
Fred Carson ... Indian (uncredited)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Dade City Dodge

18 September 1961
Bart tracks oily swindler Pearly Gates to recoup his winnings, so does the doll-face who helped Pearly dupe Bart. Bart just lost his puffy shirt, Marla lost her icy heart - when Gates jumped the altar with the ring SHE bought. Bart plans to sting Gates back in oh-so-crooked Dade City. Will Bart get honey-voiced Marla on the rebound or will she fleece him, and Pearly Gates too ?

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Kathleen Crowley ... Marla
Mike Road ... Pearly Gates

Ken Lynch ... Sheriff Clark
Gage Clarke ... Luke Harper (as Gage Clark)
Charles Arnt ... Charlie Mason
Guy Wilkerson ... Judd Kerns
Robert Burton ... Judge Kincaid
Eddie Marr ... Sykes (as Edward J. Marr)
Mickey Morton ... Sheriff Hiram Tiray
Lane Chandler ... Marshal (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: The Art Lovers

1 October 1961
Mona Lisa rescues Bart from being an indentured servant, after Bart loses a high stakes poker game between nouveau riche art collectors. Oily backer Roger (Jack Cassidy) brought Bart into the game as a "Colonel," but when Bart loses, Roger denies the scheme, so Bart must work off the debt to the winner, a railroad tycoon. The other art collectors are big investors in the tycoon's latest rail project, and they are squeezing him dry, though the tycoon has a priceless ace he's reluctant to take out of the hole: he's acquired the recently-stolen Mona Lisa ! The miffed Roger's a very sore loser, so he enlists the Barbary Coast's fearsome Captain Bly versus Bart Maverick.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
James Westerfield ... Paul Sutton

Jack Cassidy ... Roger Cushman
Maurine Dawson ... Anne Sutton

John Hoyt ... George Cushman
Leon Belasco ... Cosmo Nardi
Stephen Chase ... Taber Scott
Stanley Farrar ... Leighton Borg
John Alderson ... Captain Bly
Laurie Main ... Crimmins
Gertrude Flynn ... Rheba Sutton
Lou Krugman ... Larouche

Season 5, Episode 3: The Golden Fleecing

8 October 1961
Bart has to try to bluff wealthy Loftus Jaggers--and Jaggers' beautiful daughter when Bart gives up the poker table and tries his hand at being a stockbroker when he agrees to help a local farmer start a gold-mining company

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Paula Raymond ... Adele Jaggers
Olive Sturgess ... Phoebe Albright

John Qualen ... Henry Albright
J. Edward McKinley ... Loftus Jaggers
Myron Healey ... Frank Mercer
Richard Loo ... Lee Hong Chang
Charles Meredith ... Seth Carter
Herb Vigran ... Mr. Butler
Harry Harvey ... Capt. Owens (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
Fred Carson ... Mercer Henchman (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Stockbroker (uncredited)
Harry Shannon ... Wilson--Ship's Engineer (uncredited)
Bert Stevens ... Poker Player (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: Three Queens Full

12 November 1961
Moose and Small Paul Wheelwright ? The Subrosa Ranch ? Hilarious "Bonanza" parody with Bart squirming in the middle between 3 naive, pa whipped brothers and their worldly mail-order brides from the Barbary Coast, after matchmaker Whittleseed (Willard Waterman) is murdered. Episode also has fine performances by Kasey Rogers, Jake Sheffield as the amorous Moose, and Jim Backus as the blustery pa of the Wheelwrights, who always stick together - and we even find out why they have to ! "Three Queens Full" is adorned with splendidly over-the-top music too.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Merry Anders ... Cissie Anderson

Kasey Rogers ... Emma Walter
Allyson Ames ... Lou Ann Smythe
Joseph Gallison ... Small Paul Wheelwright (as Evan McCord)
Jake Sheffield ... Moose Wheelwright

Larry Chance ... Henry Wheelwright
Frank Ferguson ... Sheriff Mattson
Harry Lauter ... Matthew Braze
Willard Waterman ... Whittleseed
Don Kennedy ... Humbolt

Jim Backus ... Joe Wheelwright

Roydon Clark ... Brawler (uncredited)

Nick Dimitri ... Brawler (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Hoodlum Shooting in Street (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 5: A Technical Error

26 November 1961
Bart way-too-easily wins a bank in a poker game, because it's mysteriously missing a pile of money. The relieved loser advises Bart not to worry because "in banking, a little dignity can cover up a lot of ignorance." When the ex-owner instigates the small town's depositors into a bank run, the Sheriff (who resembles a dimwitted Marshal Matt Dillon) and his deputy (a Hoss Cartwright lookalike) can't wait to get their mitts on ignorant stranger Bart Maverick. Bart begs his gunslinging pal Doc Holiday to help him get flush any way possible, but the gallant dentist's very preoccupied when he meets a young beauty whose lonely hearts ad he answered - she's Bart's teller.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Reginald Owen ... Major Holbrook Sims
Jolene Brand ... Penelope Baxter
Alma Platt ... Miss Hennesey
Ben Gage ... Sheriff
Gayla Graves ... Holly

Frank DeKova ... Blackjack Hardy
Stephen Coit ... Mr. Kraft
Frank London ... Little Sonny Hardy
Jake Sheffield ... Deputy George
Paul Barselou ... Ferguson (as Paul Barselow)

Peter Breck ... Doc Holliday
Gail Bonney ... Townswoman (uncredited)
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Denver Slade (uncredited)
Bryan O'Byrne ... Happy Townsman (uncredited)
Nick Pawl ... The Durango KId (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: Poker Face

7 January 1962
Bart wagers to save the lives of his fellow stagecoach travelers--who have shown their dislike for gamblers--when the coach is held up and Bart makes an unusual bet with the bandits. Now, the only question is: Does Bart hold the winning hand?

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Rodolfo Acosta ... Sebastian Bolanes
Carlos Rivas ... Luis
Tol Avery ... George Rockingham
William Fawcett ... Stallion
Doris Lloyd ... Lady Florentine Bleakly
Nancy Hsueh ... Rose Kwan

Richard Hale ... Dr. Robespierre Jones

I. Stanford Jolley ... Chauncey
Anna Navarro ... Maria
Jorge Moreno ... Captain Renaldo

Season 5, Episode 7: Mr. Muldoon's Partner

15 April 1962
Comedy episode has Bart freeing a leprechaun who grants him 5 wishes in gratitude. Only each wish seems to get Bart deeper in trouble.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Janet Lake ... Bonnie Shay
Terence de Marney ... Terrance Rafferty
Tim Rooney ... Timmy (as Timothy Rooney)
John Alderson ... Simon Girty
Marshall Reed ... Hatfield

Ray Teal ... Sheriff Bundy
Mikki Jamison ... Maureen

Charles Lane ... Proprietor
Mickey Shaughnessy ... Mr. Muldoon
Fred Carson ... Barfly in Fight (uncredited)
John Daheim ... Barfly in Fight (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Barfly in Fight (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 8: Epitaph for a Gambler

11 February 1962
In a poker game, Bart wins part ownership of a gambling casino owned by Diamond Jim Malone. What he doesn't know is that he's also taken on Lucky Matt Elkins, who's been blackmailing Diamond Jim and sees no reason why his payments have to stop just because the place has a new owner.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

Marie Windsor ... Kit Williams
Fred Beir ... Sheriff Ed Martin

Robert J. Wilke ... Diamond Dan Malone (as Robert Wilke)
Joyce Meadows ... Linda Storey

Adam Williams ... Sam Elkins

Frank Albertson ... Harvey Storey
Don Haggerty ... Lucky Matt Elkins
Lasse Hellman ... Whitey (as Les Hellman)
Harry Harvey Jr. ... Wes Taylor
Emile Avery ... Gambler (uncredited)
Fred Carson ... Elkin's Henchman (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Barfly (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Gambler (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 9: The Maverick Report

4 March 1962
Crusading newspaper publisher Bart ? The publisher Bart won the rag from is assassinated, and a corrupt U.S. Senator files a $100,000 libel suit against the Chronicle. Luckily, Bart's pal Doc Holiday is in town for a dentists' convention, and owes Bart $2000. When Doc brags "I have enough collateral to raise the dead !" Bart feels no compunction in selling ½ the headache to Doc. The senator and his sinister political boss are Ivy Leaguers, so the suave Philadelphia dentist/hired gun will come in handy.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Lloyd Corrigan ... Senator Porter
Jo Morrow ... Jeanie Porter
Patricia Crest ... Molly Malone

Ed Nelson ... Gary Harrison
George N. Neise ... Jonesy (as George Neise)
Kem Dibbs ... Ames
Don C. Harvey ... Sheriff Bentley (as Don Harvey)

Peter Breck ... Doc Holliday

Season 5, Episode 10: Marshal Maverick

11 March 1962
Abilene's marshal is bumped off, Bart kills the murderer, but instead of thanks, he's threatened with jail for vagrancy unless he becomes marshal. At least it's only a temp job, because Wyatt Earp's en route to undertake the assignment. In the meantime Bart proposes a truce with the killer's gang, so he'll survive until Earp shows. Gambler Bart reasons "if we don't protect the lambs, who'll fleece the sheep ?" When Earp sashays in, he forces Bart to stay on as deputy. Is the legendary lawman losing his nerve or what ?

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

John Dehner ... Archie Walker

Peter Breck ... Doc Holliday
Gail Kobe ... Theodora Rush
Earl Hammond ... Billy Coe
Willard Waterman ... Mayor Oliver
Med Flory ... Wyatt Earp
Herb Vigran ... Elkins
Jerry Hausner ... George
Kay E. Kuter ... First Creditor (as Kay Kuter)
Greg Benedict ... Keno
Zack Foster ... Cowhand
Lane Chandler ... Stagecoach Passenger (uncredited)
Emile Meyer ... Marshal Heck Thomas (uncredited)
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Coe Henchman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 11: The Troubled Heir

1 April 1962
After Pearly Gates and Marla steal the money from a poker game to invest in a worthless mine, Bart unwittingly leads a wanted outlaw to them. Because they no longer have the money, the outlaw hatches a plan for Pearly Gates to turn the outlaw in for a reward with a promise to split the funds after the outlaw's gang break him out. But Bart learns that the outlaw plans to do away with Pearly instead of splitting the reward. In the meantime, Pearly has gambled away his supposed share of the reward with a promise to pay from his share of the reward. To save Pearly while also seeking to recover the funds that he lost, Bart hatches a plan for Pearly to pose as the heir to a large fortune with a promise to pay off Pearly's debts from the inheritance and secure the creditors by making them Pearly's heirs until the fortune arrives. Only one problem, the outlaw thinks that he can inherit all of the fictional fortune by doing away with Pearly.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick

James Garner ... Bret Maverick (credit only)
Kathleen Crowley ... Marla
Mike Road ... Pearly Gates

Alan Hale Jr. ... Big Jim Watson (as Alan Hale)
Chick Chandler ... Oliver Perkins

Will Wright ... Sheriff Chester Bentley
Frank Ferguson ... Sheriff Luther Hawkins
Gordon Jones ... Ward Quillan
Will J. White ... Hub
Emile Avery ... Stage Driver (uncredited)
Lois De Banzie ... Suzie Carter (uncredited)

Doodles Weaver ... Telegrapher (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 12: The Money Machine

8 April 1962
Cousin Jackie brings Bart money from Pappy with instructions to pay off a debt. But before Bart can follow through, Jackie invests the money in a machine that prints cash. After realizing she has been swindled, Bart seeks to recoup the cash by turning the tables on the swindlers while also keeping Pappy's creditor at bay.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Kathy Bennett ... Jacqueline Sutton

Andrew Duggan ... Big Ed Murphy
Patrick Westwood ... London Louis Latimer

Ted de Corsia ... Cannonball Clyde Bassett (as Ted DeCorsia)

Henry Corden ... Professor Reynard
Sig Ruman ... Jonekbloet
Frank London ... Bellboy
Charles Fredericks ... Marshal Hodgekins
Guy Wilkerson ... Mark Conway

Nesdon Booth ... Hal Smythe
Louie Elias ... Gambler (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 13: One of Our Trains Is Missing

22 April 1962
In the series finale, Bart finds himself on Diamond Jim Brady's bullet train with Doc Holliday and Modesty Blaine. Bart is racing to the state line to avoid a thrashing. Diamond Jim is racing to obtain a lucrative railroad contract and win a bet against a competitor. But Doc, Modesty, and the competitor have their own agendas. And everybody's plans are thrown for a loop when the train is moved off the main track by a conceited robber.

Jack Kelly ... Bart Maverick
Alan Hewitt ... Amos Skinner
Kathleen Crowley ... Modesty Blaine
Barry Kelley ... Diamond Jim Brady

Peter Breck ... Doc Holliday
Gage Clarke ... Montague Sprague

Kevin Hagen ... Justin Radcliffe
Mickey Simpson ... Leroy Hoad
Emory Parnell ... Clarence
Greg Benedict ... Tim Hardesty
Glenn Stensel ... Rufe
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Henchman (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Train Passenger (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Train Engineer (uncredited)

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