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 ... See full summary »

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Stephanie Malone
Ben Gage ...
Sheriff Hardy
Ed Kemmer ...
Sherwood Hampton
Barbara Jo Allen ...
Mrs. Hannah Adams
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Sheriff Murray
Frank Richards ...
Sam
Leake Bevil ...
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Louis Jean Heydt ...
Jim Malone
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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? Written by David Stevens

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18 October 1959 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the Charles Dickens' novel A Tale of Two Cities. See more »

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Stephanie Malone: Bart, I don't want you to get hurt!
Bart Maverick: That must be why I'm so fond of you. We have so much in common.
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Maverick: A Tale Of Three Cities
11 June 2015 | by (Nashville, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

Pat Crowley robs Bart so she can pay off a debt owed by her father. Sheriff Ray Teal hates to eat alone and lets Bart watch. The "three cities" are Gold Flats, Brotherly and Hampton Center. The Ladies Aid in Brotherly is having a luncheon, and each lady is bringing her specialty. Bart presents himself as a reformed gambler in order to get fed. He charms the women while recognizing Pat by her ring and her perfume. Bart was a ladies' man and a good one to learn from. While incarcerated, the Ladies Aid brings him breakfast and a comfortable bed. They bring him an easy chair, cigars and a copy of "Lorna Doone." Looker Pat Crowley is a sweetie: "Bart, I don't want you to get hurt!"


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