Maverick (1957–1962)
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Maverick and Juliet 

Bret and Bart are hired by the feuding Carteret and Montgomery families to settle a longtime dispute by a poker competition. The families are unaware of Bret and Bart's relationship, but ... See full summary »

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Juliet Carteret
Steven Terrell ...
Sonny Montgomery (as Steve Terrell)
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Montague Montgomery
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Mrs. Edwina Montgomery
Jack Mather ...
Enoch Carteret
Sarah Selby ...
Mrs. Carteret
Michael Garrett ...
Ty Carteret
Lew Brown ...
Jeb Carteret
John Zaccaro ...
Nat Carteret
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John Collier ...
Jody Montgomery (as Johnnie Collier)
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Bret and Bart are hired by the feuding Carteret and Montgomery families to settle a longtime dispute by a poker competition. The families are unaware of Bret and Bart's relationship, but when they become suspicious the stakes are considerably raised for the brothers. Written by graymatters

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Comedy | Western

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17 January 1960 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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The title and plot are based upon 'William Shakespeare''s play Romeo and Juliet. See more »

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[Sonny and Juliet are riding fast in a carriage when a wheel comes off and dumps them both into the road]
Sonny Montgomery: Juliet. Are you alright?
Juliet Carteret: [out of breath] Yes. Alright.
Sonny Montgomery: Are you sure?
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Maverick vs. Maverick
27 September 2011 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Amusing entry with some classic features. Bret's caught up in Shakespearean family feud over some worthless land that has become a matter of honor for the righteous paterfamilias. Trouble is a hot-headed Carteret boy wants to put a slug through Bret unless our hero can think of a way out, and he better think fast.

Some good laughs as Bret weasels around in charming Maverick style. His poker play-off with brother Bart generates some suspense as we wonder how the writers are going to finesse the outcome since reputations are at stake. I like the Sunday sermon scene as the minister stresses brotherhood while the two feuding families eagerly await a shootout. Worse, their hymn singing following the sermon could make you swear off music. All in all, a good episode despite some uneven acting.

(In passing—note how cramped the chase scenes are. That's because the filming doesn't go beyond the Warner's backlot. But then, despite being a Western, the series was never about the outdoors.)


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