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Maverick: Diamond in the Rough

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?

Episode Info


Episode number: 1x18
Airdate: Sunday January 26th, 1958

Director: Douglas Heyes
Story: Roy Huggins
Teleplay: Marion Hargrove


Guest Stars
Fredd WayneFredd Wayne
As Van Buren Kingsley
Recurring
I. Stanford JolleyI. Stanford Jolley
As McClure
Recurring
Sig RumanSig Ruman
As Captain Steeger
Recurring
Terence de MarneyTerence de Marney
As Murphy
Recurring
William ForrestWilliam Forrest
As Roland
Recurring
Carlyle MitchellCarlyle Mitchell
As General Marvin
Jacqueline BeerJacqueline Beer
As Henrietta
Katherine BarrettKatherine Barrett
As Mrs. Kingsley
Lela BlissLela Bliss
As Mrs. Shelbourne
Lili ValentyLili Valenty
As Madame
Otto WaldisOtto Waldis
As Scarf
Paul PowerPaul Power
As Pyne
Robert FairfaxRobert Fairfax
As Shelbourne

Uncredited
Bill Bailey (2)Bill Bailey (2)
As Banker
Recurring
Don MegowanDon Megowan
As Grayson
Recurring
Forbes MurrayForbes Murray
As Investor
Recurring
George BaxterGeorge Baxter
As Vincent
Recurring
Kermit MaynardKermit Maynard
As Millionaire
Recurring
Louis MercierLouis Mercier
As Beaujean
Recurring
Jack ChefeJack Chefe
As Butler
Mason CurryMason Curry
As Second Teller
Stephen EllsworthStephen Ellsworth
As Second Millionaire
Wally WestWally West
As Club Member
William RemickWilliam Remick
As First Millionaire
Main Cast
Jack KellyJack Kelly
As Bart Maverick
Episode Notes
Bart mentions Dandy Jim Buckley in the dialogue even though the two have yet to appear in the same episode.



Episode Quotes
Bart: I think I'd better walk you home, Countess. Otherwise, you're apt to destroy half the city.

Kingsley: Back in town so soon?
Bart: I just can't seem to get enough somehow--of San Francisco.

Bart: I'm a little near-sighted where Mr. Kingsley is concerned. I have trouble recognizing him with the red costume and the eight tiny reindeer.

Bart: There isn't a grifter alive who puts real gold in his gold brick.

Bart: Men who play for stakes like these don't buy people off, Mr. Sharpe. They kill them off.

Kingsley: Gentlemen, let's not talk about diamonds. We're ruining a perfectly good poker game.

Kingsley: You know, Maverick, it would have been cheaper if I'd let you stay in the game.



Analysis
Average episode which sees Bart get involved with two down on their luck French noblewomen while attempting to get revenge upon a scoundrel who had him shanghaied.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorRoy Huggins
Executive ProducerWilliam T. Orr
ProducerRoy Huggins
 
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