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Main Cast Reviews  James Garner, Ed Bruce, Ramon Bieri Categories  Drama | Action | Adventure Duration  1981 - 1982 8.2

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The original Maverick show (1957 - 1962) was James Garner at his best. It was a cult hit. This follow up series (1981) is set in Sweetwater, Arizona in the 1880s. Bret owns a ranch and part of the Red Ox Saloon. The supporting cast and villains were superb. There are different types of stories. Usually it involved conflict between the head strong sheriff and the rest of the civilians. The original series launched the careers of many actors and actresses and solidified James Garner/Maverick as one of America's most loved characters.

Cast:
James Garner as Bret Maverick 18 episodes 1981-1982,
Ed Bruce as Tom Guthrie 18 episodes 1981-1982,
Ramon Bieri as Elijah Crow 18 episodes 1981-1982,
Richard Hamilton as Cy Whittaker 18 episodes 1981-1982,

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John Shearin as Sheriff Mitchel Dowd / ... 18 episodes 1981-1982,
David Knell as Rodney Catlow 18 episodes 1981-1982,
Darleen Carr as Mary Lou Springer 18 episodes 1981-1982,
Jack Garner as Jack the Bartender 18 episodes 1981-1982,
Luis Delgado as Shifty Delgrado 18 episodes 1981-1982,
Chester Grimes as Townsman / ... 1 episode 1981-1982,
Tommy Bush as Deputy Sturgess 14 episodes 1981-1982,
Stuart Margolin as Philo Sandeen 8 episodes 1981-1982,
Priscilla Morrill as Estelle Springer 7 episodes 1981-1982,
Marj Dusay as Kate Hanrahan 4 episodes 1981-1982,
Ed Bakey as Lyman Nickerson / ... 3 episodes 1981-1982,
Ruth Estler as Townswoman / ... 3 episodes 1981,
Norman Merrill as Bank Teller / ... 3 episodes 1981-1982,
Janis Paige as Mandy Packer 2 episodes 1981,
Robert Webber as Everest Sinclair 2 episodes 1982,
Bill McKinney as Ramsay Bass / ... 2 episodes 1981,
James Staley as Brother Samuel Workman / ... 2 episodes 1982,
Simone Griffeth as Jasmine DuBois 2 episodes 1982,
John McLiam as Doc Holliday 2 episodes 1981,
Billy Kerr as Blue-Eyed Kid / ... 2 episodes 1981,
Tony Burton as Arthur 2 episodes 1982,
Richard Libertini as Fingers Wachefsky 2 episodes 1982,
Duane R. Campbell as Lucas 2 episodes 1981,
Jameson Parker as Whitney Delaworth III 2 episodes 1982,
Bill Cross as Dabro / ... 2 episodes 1981,
Kathleen Doyle as Angela 2 episodes 1982,
Richard Moll as Sloate 2 episodes 1981,
Chuck Mitchell as Joe Dakota 2 episodes 1981,
Ivan J. Rado as Wolfgang Mieter / ... 2 episodes 1981,
David H. Banks as Delta Fox 2 episodes 1981,
Al Berry as Townsman 2 episodes 1981,
Kirk Cameron as 1st Boy / ... 2 episodes 1981,
Max Martini as 2nd Boy / ... 2 episodes 1981,
John Randolph as Frenchy Montana 1 episode 1981,
Lawrence Dobkin as U.S. Marshal Philip Mondragon 1 episode 1981,
Dixie Carter as Hallie McCulloch 1 episode 1982,
Hector Elizondo as Senor Gomez 1 episode 1982,
Jenny O'Hara as Samantha Dunne 1 episode 1982,
Monte Markham as Captain Dawkins 1 episode 1982,
Simon Oakland as Delwood Crestmore 1 episode 1982,
Ed Nelson as Andrew J. Tendall 1 episode 1982,
Paul Koslo as Fletcher Mayberry 1 episode 1982,
James Whitmore Jr. as Justice Smith 1 episode 1982,
Joseph Sirola as Nimrod Bligh 1 episode 1982,
Arlen Dean Snyder as Colonel Bang 1 episode 1982,
Cliff Potts as The Great Malooley 1 episode 1982,
Keye Luke as Lu Sung 1 episode 1981,
Glenn Withrow as Billy the Kid 1 episode 1981,
Fred Stuthman as Ben 1 episode 1981,
William Sanderson as Kenneth Broomick 1 episode 1982,
John Anderson as General Frye 1 episode 1982,
William Hootkins as Congressman Theodore Roosevelt 1 episode 1982,
Kelly Ward as Willie Trueblood 1 episode 1982,
Sarah Rush as 'Princess Athena' / ... 1 episode 1982,
Sandy McPeak as Jacob Voorsanger #1 1 episode 1982,
Savannah Smith Boucher as Addie Burnett 1 episode 1982,
Richard O'Brien as Steven A. Hennessey 1 episode 1982,
David Young as Aaron Sylvane 1 episode 1982,
Stan Wells as John Henry 1 episode 1982,
Charles Hallahan as Terrible Fred McShane 1 episode 1981,
Lydia Lei as Kwai Bo Yung 1 episode 1981,
Russ Marin as Linus Garrick 1 episode 1981,
Sid Haig as The Mighty Sampson 1 episode 1982,
Geoffrey Lewis as Barney Broomick 1 episode 1982,
Murray Hamilton as Judge Nat Cobb 1 episode 1982,
John Dennis Johnston as Burt Full Moon 1 episode 1982,
Joshua Bryant as Busted Bill Sharples 1 episode 1982,
Neva Patterson as Emma Crittenden 1 episode 1982,
Holly Palance as Jessica 'Dolly' Denard 1 episode 1982,
Kario Salem as Virgil La Fleur 1 episode 1982,
Cliff Emmich as Titus Openshaw 1 episode 1982,
Peggy Walton-Walker as Eloise Mayhew 1 episode 1982,
J. Edward McKinley as Emmett Snow 1 episode 1982,
Roger Torrey as Pete Schroeder 1 episode 1981,
Marcia Rodd as Captain Estelle Slater 1 episode 1981,
John Perak as Lester 1 episode 1981,
Allan Arbus as Phineas Swackmyer 1 episode 1982,
William Bryant as John Davis 1 episode 1982,
Jesse Vint as Tulsa Jack Turner 1 episode 1982,
Howard Caine as Tercius Openshaw 1 episode 1982,
James Gallery as Fortune Hunter 1 episode 1982,
Herb Armstrong as Matthew Varney 1 episode 1982,
Anthony Eisley as Alfred Baniger 1 episode 1981,
Dub Taylor as Toothless Tim Teal 1 episode 1982,
Ray Tracey as Geronimo 1 episode 1982,
W.T. Zacha as Rupert Cutler 1 episode 1982,
Lesley Woods as Miss Rose 1 episode 1981,
Jack Kelly as Bart Maverick 1 episode 1982,
Byron Morrow as Mr. Shaw 1 episode 1982,
Ross Hagen as Cole Farnsworth 1 episode 1982,
Eldon Quick as Desk Clerk 1 episode 1982,
Gary Lee Davis as Sledge 1 episode 1982,
Tony Duke as Levi 1 episode 1982,
Art LaFleur as Cockeye Pete Shonsey 1 episode 1982,
F. William Parker as Captain Rufus Pinkerton 1 episode 1982,
Beans Morocco as Jacob Voorsanger #2 1 episode 1982,
Jim Gosa as Joe Ferris 1 episode 1982,
Tom Rosqui as Philadelphia Hunter #2 1 episode 1981,
Bert Williams as Brewer 1 episode 1981,
Geno Silva as Running Wolf 1 episode 1982,
David Bond as Sloatman 1 episode 1982,
Maggie Malooly as Irish Annie 1 episode 1982,
Pete Munro as Cowboy 1 episode 1982,
Mark McIntire as Army Captain 1 episode 1982,
Russell Wiggins as Doc Vetter 1 episode 1981,
Virgil Frye as Luke 1 episode 1981,
Roy Jenson as Monte 1 episode 1982,
Sandra de Bruin as Screaming Woman 1 episode 1982,
Shawn Stevens as Sidney Bent 1 episode 1982,
Stanley Ralph Ross as Coates 1 episode 1982,
Shepherd Sanders as Jackson 1 episode 1982,
Donegan Smith as C. J. Whitfield 1 episode 1982,
Frank Loverde as Waiter 1 episode 1982,
Gary Pagett as Farmer 1 episode 1981,
James Loren as Duncan 1 episode 1981,
Thomas Rosales Jr. as Cinto Morado 1 episode 1982,
Keith Walker as Holson 1 episode 1982,
Seamon Glass as Kelly 1 episode 1982,
Brandy Rubin as Ellie Davis 1 episode 1982,
Tommy Lamey as Bobby 1 episode 1981,
Danny Kwan as Chinese Card Player 1 episode 1981,
Mickey White as Alex Decker 1 episode 1981,
Barry Cahill as Moran 1 episode 1982,
Clifford Happy as Lt. Thackery 1 episode 1982,
Lawrence Laktin as Granger 1 episode 1982,
Peter Kwong as Chinese Friend 1 episode 1981,
Derek Barton as Beech 1 episode 1981,
Dan York as York 1 episode 1981,
David Banks as Sam Durham 1 episode 1982,
Eddie Hice as Sam Black 1 episode 1982,
Charles Hutchins as Osheroff 1 episode 1982,
Aesop Aquarian as Virgil Stubbs 1 episode 1981,
Robert Cleaves as Crazy Preacher 1 episode 1981,
William R. Long as Red 1 episode 1981,
Joseph Chapman as Jasper Weems 1 episode 1982,
Ron Oxley as Sgt. Buchanan 1 episode 1982,
Danny Butch as Telegraph Operator 1 episode 1981,
Gilles Millinaire as Frenchman 1 episode 1981,
Howie Allen as Peter Davis 1 episode 1982,
Dean Smith as Jack Danner 1 episode 1981,
Ion Teodorescu as Lithuanian 1 episode 1981,
Ray Powers as Duke 1 episode 1981,
Buddy Van Horn as Zeke 1 episode 1981,
Coleen Maloney as Woman 1 episode 1981,
Blake Delgado as Bar Boy 1 episode 1981,
Roy E. Andrews as Laborer 1 episode 1981,
Ken Strong as Stranger 1 episode 1981,
Bernard Sell as Townsman (uncredited) 11 episodes 1981-1982,
Boyd Cabeen as Townsman / ... (uncredited) 11 episodes 1981-1982,
Rod McGaughy as Townsman / ... (uncredited) 10 episodes 1981-1982,
Walter Smith as Townsman (uncredited) 10 episodes 1981-1982,
Joe Pine as Townsman (uncredited) 6 episodes 1981-1982,
Arthur Tovey as Townsman / ... (uncredited) 5 episodes 1981-1982,
Rudy Doucette as Stage Driver / ... (uncredited) 5 episodes 1981-1982,
Nick Raymond as Townsman / ... (uncredited) 5 episodes 1981-1982,
John Quijada as Townsman (uncredited) 3 episodes 1982,
John Marlin as Townsman (uncredited) 2 episodes 1981-1982,
Bill Walker as Townsman (uncredited) 2 episodes 1981,
Robert Hitchcock as Cattleman / ... (uncredited) 2 episodes 1982,
Len Felber as Townsman (uncredited) 2 episodes 1982,
Gene Cross as Townsman (uncredited) 2 episodes 1982,
Leoda Richards as Townswoman (uncredited) 1 episode 1981,
Hank Robinson as Townsman (uncredited) 1 episode 1981,
Jimmie Booth as Townsman (uncredited) 1 episode 1981,
Edward Coch Jr. as Townsman (uncredited) 1 episode 1981,
Gene LeBell as Wrestler (uncredited) 1 episode 1982,
Cosmo Sardo as Townsman (uncredited) 1 episode 1982,
Bill Hart as Gang Member (uncredited) 1 episode 1982,
Raven Grey Eagle as Indian (uncredited) 1 episode 1982,
Benjie Bancroft as Businessman (uncredited) 1 episode 1982,
Judith Woodbury as Townswoman (uncredited) 1 episode 1982,
Al Beaudine as Townsman (uncredited) 1 episode 1982,
Clyde McLeod as Cattleman (uncredited) 1 episode 1982,
Ray Pourchot as Hotel Guest (uncredited) 1 episode 1982,
Art Stewart as Townsman (uncredited) 1 episode 1982


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