Maverick: Season 4, Episode 4

Arizona Black Maria (9 Oct. 1960)

TV Episode  |   |  Comedy, Western
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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 ... See full summary »

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Daphne Tolliver
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Capt. Jim Pattishall (as Alan Hale)
Gary Murray ...
Red Feather
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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
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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. Written by David Stevens

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The title is based on the Black Maria or Paddywagon which is a police van used to transport prisoners and described as such due to it's color and closed in condition or limited number of windows and doors. See more »

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Captain Jim Pattishall: Maverick, you're a brave man. At least you'll know you didn't die in vain.
Bart Maverick: I'd rather live in vain than die anyway there is.
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Maverick: Arizona Black Maria
24 June 2015 | by (Nashville, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

An Indian tries to scalp Bart to prove his manhood, but Bart keeps getting rescued. Joanna Barnes is a lady prisoner. A "black maria" is a covered wagon used to transport prisoners, and Bart calls it a "traveling hoosgow" "Hoosgow" is a Mexican Spanish word for "jail." Lots of humor! Bart and Joanna kiss, and she wants Bart to help her escape. He removes her ball and chain long enough for her to bathe, and she gets away. She returns to free the others, then they all come under attack. Joanna played in 5 episodes of Maverick. The Indian's persistence in trying to scalp Bart is silly, but it comes to a head when he tries to scalp a sleeping man and the man is wearing a toupee.


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