Maverick (1957–1962)
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While visiting friends in New Orleans, Bart becomes embroiled in a battle between local businessmen and the secret Mano Nera (Black Hand), a local Italian mob.

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Bart Maverick
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Carla Marchese
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Giacomo Beretti
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Giovanni Marchese
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Officer Noonan
Nesdon Booth ...
Hotel Detective
Arthur Marshall ...
Hotel Clerk
Edward Colmans ...
Alberto
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Anselmo Agostino
Jerome Loden ...
Calvini
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While visiting friends in New Orleans, Bart becomes embroiled in a battle between local businessmen and the secret Mano Nera (Black Hand), a local Italian mob.

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Comedy | Western

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23 October 1960 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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[last lines]
Chief Thomas Rawlins: Quite a man, that Maverick. Right, Sergeant?
Lt. Joe Petrino: He certainly is... Sergeant?
Chief Thomas Rawlins: I gave you an order to lock him up, didn't I?
Lt. Joe Petrino: Well, yes, sir. But I thought in view of what happened that maybe I...
Chief Thomas Rawlins: Never mind, what happened, that's not the point. It was a direct order. You disobeyed it.
Lt. Joe Petrino: Yes, but, I...
Chief Thomas Rawlins: I believe in iron discipline, Sergeant. I get rid of a crooked officer like Noonan. I demote a disobedient one, like you. That's all.
Lt. Joe Petrino: [mumbles on way out of the office] Sure, I'll make Captain...
Chief Thomas Rawlins:
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Mono Nera
11 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

In one of the darker episodes, Italians are being murdered in New Orleans. Bart is there for the Mardi Gras, and stock footage from The Judas Mask is used. Gerald Mohr is Giacomo, a Bogart-type who appeared in seven episodes. There is a noticeable lack of humor. Jack Kelly continued with Maverick after James Garner left and got stuck with a few clunkers. At his best, however, Kelly was just as good as Garner. Leo Gordon, who played Big Mike McComb, wrote this script and ended up writing four altogether. Mano Nera means "black hand," and that hand print on the wall is creepy.


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