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Maverick: A Flock of Trouble

Bret tries to find a buyer for a flock of sheep he won in a poker game. Unfortunately, there's a range war going on.


Episode Info


Episode number: 3x22
Airdate: Sunday February 14th, 1960

Director: Arthur Lubin
Story: Jim Barnett
Teleplay: Ron Bishop, Wells Root


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Guest Stars
Myrna FaheyMyrna Fahey
As Dee Cooper
Recurring
George D. WallaceGeorge D. Wallace
As Verne Scott
Recurring
Irving BaconIrving Bacon
As Donald McFadden
Recurring
Chet StrattonChet Stratton
As Grabill
Recurring
Tim Graham (1)Tim Graham (1)
As Jensen
Recurring
Merritt BohnMerritt Bohn
As Big Coley

Uncredited
Fred CarsonFred Carson
As Cattleman
Recurring
Norman LeavittNorman Leavitt
As Bartender
Recurring
Main Cast
James GarnerJames Garner
As Bret Maverick
Episode Notes
This episode takes place in the neighborhood of late 1867 because that's when the United States purchased Alaska from Russia as was mentioned in the episode.



Episode Quotes
Pappyism: Lightning can strike twice in the same place.

Bret: (to Jensen) Old timer, you sure play rough.

Jensen: You can go to the same place and come to a bad end.
Bret: I can stay here and end up dead.

Bret: I never could stand the sight of blood. Especially my own.

Bret: (to Heather the dog) There's a sheep buyer around here somewhere. Now you smell hard for Uncle Bret.

Bret: (pulls a gun on Scott) You know what to do next.

Jensen: Traffic around here's busier than a rabbit in love.
Bret: That's the kind of traffic we like, pop. That's the money coming.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorRoy Huggins
Executive ProducerWilliam T. Orr
ProducerColes Trapnell
 
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