Maverick (1957–1962)
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Destination Devil's Flat 

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 ... See full summary »

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Deacon Curt Eaker
Richard Reeves ...
Bull Crumpett
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Snake Rundall
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Harry Swoger ...
Tipp McClure ...
Guard (as Tip McClure)
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Helen Mayon ...
Mrs. Amber
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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. Written by DrDOS

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25 December 1960 (USA)  »

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Guard: Be an interesting fracas if Clay Corey tries to jump this train.
Guard: It'll be more interesting for him than for us. We got more guns than Fort Wichita.
Guard: Well, me, I hope he tries it. He's had easy pickin' so far with only one guard on each train.
Guard: Say, you reckon they're putting guards on all the trains?
Guard: Till Corey gets nabbed, they are.
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Destination Devil's Flat
9 February 2016 | by (Nashville, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

This was aired on Christmas of 1960. By then, Maverick was starting to wear thin. James Garner was gone, and the plots, all of which revolved around money, were becoming noticeably similar. Even so, Maverick was still the best show on television. Jack Kelly and Roger Moore carried the series through its final two seasons. When Wells Fargo offers a reward for the Incredible Clay Corey, Bart is interested. He is hungry and gets a free meal at the mission, where he hooks up with a faro dealer he knew in San Francisco. Peter Breck, who was Doc Holiday in later episodes, leads a double life. It was always the personalities of the Maverick brothers that intrigued, not the plots.


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