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Sheriff Hadley
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McCabe (as Robert Wilke)
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Molly Brewster
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Cherokee Dan Evans
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Copes
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Pender
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Deputy Jones
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Deputy Smith
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Dad Brewster (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
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Albert
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Boggs
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Gus
Craig Duncan ...
Wesley
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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). Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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25 September 1960 (USA)  »

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Bart runs into nearly every major star on the Warner Brothers lot. He meets Will Hutchins from Sugarfoot (1957), Clint Walker from Cheyenne (1955), John Russell and Peter Brown from Lawman (1958), Ty Hardin from Bronco (1958) and Edd Byrnes from 77 Sunset Strip (1958). There is also a scene where Bart walks into an office. He finds a satchel on the desk, and a gunbelt hanging on the wall. This was a reference to Colt .45 (1957), which had just recently been canceled. See more »

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At one point a horse's collar is put over a cowboy's head and shoulders. In the next shot the cowboy is falling and the collar has switched sides. See more »

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[first lines]
Bart Maverick: Warm.
McCabe: I reckon, for sidewinders.
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Maverick: Hadley's Hunters
18 May 2015 | by (Nashville, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

Hadley's Hunters aired in Maverick's fourth season. The series was beginning to wear thin as Roger Moore had replaced James Garner. Moore confided that he never felt comfortable. Anyway, Warner Brothers used this episode to promote their other shows. John Russell and Peter Brown from Lawman show up as does Clint Walker from Cheyenne. Even Edd "Kookie" Byrnes is here. Rather than combing his hair, Kookie is seen combing a horse's mane. There was no end to the Maverick series' capacity to make fun of itself. Hadley's deputies commit crimes and blame them on the innocent. Bart is dubbed "Mangler Maverick." Many actors who went on to become famous got their start on Maverick.


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