In the series premiere, gambler Bret Maverick gets involved in a feud between competing silver mine owners in the town of Echo Springs.
For the first of many times, Bret gets involved with a cunning female who's planning a robbery along with her boyfriend.
A man who once lost $50,000 to Maverick in a card games hires con artist Samantha Crawford to win back his money. She succeeds with the aid of a little known poker rule.
Bret meets up with a woman who reportedly died a few weeks before.
Bret goes the extra mile to prove the innocence of a man serving a life sentence in prison. But unfortunately for our hero, it seems as though someone else wants the imprisoned man to retain his current residence.
Fleeing a band of marauding Native Americans, Bret thinks he's found shelter at a way station. Unbeknownst to him, the family he meets there is a band of killers.
Bret is overjoyed to win a prized mount in a card game until he discovers that the mount is not a horse--it's a camel.
Jack Kelly joins the series as Bart Maverick who teams with brother Bret in New Orleans to rescue the kidnapped daughter of a gambling boat owner.
Bret is roped into competing in a boxing match when one of the boxers drops out. Will he emerge with his face and hide in one piece?
Bart accompanies a young woman through hostile badlands territory and soon discovers that he needs protection--from her.
After buying a derelict cargo ship, Bart is beset by several excellent financial offers for the vessel. Instead of selling out, he decides to discover the reason why.
Bret tries to clear himself of a murder charge by protecting a man marked for death by Doc Holliday.
Bart gets more than he bargained for when he looks into an unsolved murder case.
Once again, Bret gets more than he bargained for when he travels to the boom mining town of Virginia City, Nevada.
Bart finds himself dealing with two dangerous couples when he manages to get himself framed for a bank robbery.
Bret is only too willing to escort a lovely widow carrying a large amount of cash to a bank. Things change when it's discovered that the money is counterfeit.
Bret is the lone hold-out for a not guilty verdict on a jury trying a young man for murder.
A notorious con man has Bart beaten up, robbed, and deposited on a ocean bound steamship but since when have such minor inconveniences ever stopped a Maverick?
Fed up with a town bully, Bret decides it's time people did something about him. So he asks the townspeople to do something.
Thanks to the machinations of con woman Samantha Crawford, Bart finds himself caught up in a spy caper.
In this flashback episode, Bret and Bart relate to pal Dandy Jim Buckley about the time shortly after the Civil War when they searched high and low for a tall man who could clear them of a murder charge.
An Native American ambush leaves Bart and a group of stagecoach passengers stranded in the desert.
Bret tries to hunt down two men who made off with a substantial poker pot.
There's gold in them thar hills and Bart Maverick is out to get it. But so are four nasty Mexican bandits.
Songs: Ruta Lee
-- Virtue Is It's Own Reward
A millionaire's heirs are being killed off so why is Bret Maverick so concerned? He's posing as one of the heirs.
Bart is in pursuit of a thief named Paisley Briggs who stole his money but gets sidetracked by a woman searching for her missing husband. Somehow they all wind up in hostile Sioux territory together.
Riding through the town of Bonita, Bret and Bart are mistaken for Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday and stumble onto a bank robbery plot