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Maverick: Trooper Maverick

Bart is locked up in the hoosegow after he's caught gambling on an Army post. To escape his predicament, he agrees to help them uncover a traitor.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 3x12
Airdate: Sunday November 29th, 1959



 
Guest Stars
Suzanne LloydSuzanne Lloyd
As Catherine Percy
Recurring
Suzanne LloydSuzanne Lloyd
As Catherine Percy
Recurring
Myron HealeyMyron Healey
As Jed Benedict
Recurring
Myron HealeyMyron Healey
As Jed Benedict
Recurring
Mark TapscottMark Tapscott
As Sgt. Rogers
Recurring
Mark TapscottMark Tapscott
As Sgt. Rogers
Recurring
Sammy JacksonSammy Jackson
As Albert Heaven
Recurring
Sammy JacksonSammy Jackson
As Albert Heaven
Recurring
I. Stanford JolleyI. Stanford Jolley
As Dakota Cadman
Recurring
I. Stanford JolleyI. Stanford Jolley
As Dakota Cadman
Recurring
Joe SawyerJoe Sawyer
As Sgt. Schumacher
Joe SawyerJoe Sawyer
As Sgt. Schumacher
Herbert RudleyHerbert Rudley
As Col.Sam Percy
Tom MiddletonTom Middleton
As O'Dell
Tom MiddletonTom Middleton
As O'Dell
Tony YoungTony Young
As Acando
Tony YoungTony Young
As Acando

Uncredited
Louie EliasLouie Elias
As Soldier
Recurring
Louie EliasLouie Elias
As Soldier
Recurring
Main Cast
Jack KellyJack Kelly
As Bart Maverick
Jack KellyJack Kelly
As Bart Maverick
Episode Notes
Bart drinks beer in this episode. In most others, he's a teetotaler.

Private Heaven states in the dialogue that he hails from Henderson, North Carolina. The script writer must have been using a map because there really is such a town.

Bart whistles the Maverick theme music in this episode.



Episode Quotes
Bart: Mostly, you don't catch me hanging around Army posts. I don't have a hankering for the military life. But this fort was different. There was always a big poker game going on in the Sutler's store. Trappers in from the wilds would take a hand and some of those cavalry boys in blue were pretty sharp card players. You know the kind: when payday came around they'd wind up with most of the money in the barracks. So, whenever I was in the neighborhood, I'd drop in and try to even things up a little.

Bart: The poor are always tryin' to get the rich and they usually do.

Captain Berger: Captain Berger, Officer of the Day.
Bart: Nice to meet you, Captain. Pull up a chair. There's still room for one more.

Benedict: You like money, don't you?
Bart: Well, who doesn't?

O'Dell: You got a true gambler's heart, Maverick.
Bart: Well, I have to in order to play against you, O'Dell.
O'Dell: That's not what I mean. Berger might come in, slap another six months on your hitch.
Bart: The way I been performin', it'll be just a matter a days before they offer me money to leave.

Benedict: Maverick, it's been said you love money more than anything else.
Bart: It's been said right.

Bart: Lotta things about me you don't know, Rogers.

Benedict: (about Heaven) Favor, what favor?
Bart: He doesn't know it yet but I'm gonna pay him to do my extra detail.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorRoy Huggins
Executive ProducerWilliam T. Orr
ProducerColes Trapnell
Music EditorJoe Inge
Music SupervisorBert Shefter  |  Paul Sawtell
Art DirectorHoward Campbell
Production ManagerOren W. Haglund
Main Title ThemeDavid Buttolph
Supervising Art DirectorPerry Ferguson
Supervising Film EditorJames Moore (1)
 
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