Maverick (1957–1962)
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Escape to Tampico 

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.

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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.

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26 October 1958 (USA)  »

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Wilhelm Scream. When Bret is attacked in the alley and throws the last bad guy through the window. See more »

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Bret Maverick: [narrating] The trip from Memphis to New Orleans cost forty seven dollars, if you didn't play poker. For me, the price was two thousand, three hundred and fifty eight dollars. Ah, but I wasn't discouraged when we docked at New Orleans. I still had the thousand dollar bill I kept for emergencies fastened to the lining of my coat with a safety pin. One week later, I still had the safety pin.
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Cielito Lindo
is a popular traditional song of Mexico,
Written in 1882 by Quirino Mendoza
Performed by Tony Romano
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