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Season 2

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  • Earliest Episode 1958-09-21
  • Latest Episode 1959-03-29
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  • 2x1 The Day They Hanged Bret Maverick

    • September 21, 1958
    • 60 minutes

    Bret attends a hanging under very uncomfortable conditions: he's the intended victim.

  • 2x2 The Lonesome Reunion

    • September 28, 1958
    • 60 minutes

    Bret falls for the tempting trickery of a pretty woman (Joanna Barnes) — and finds himself helplessly involved in a swindle.

  • 2x3 Alias Bart Maverick

    • October 5, 1958
    • 60 minutes

    Bart meets a gentleman after his own heart — who skips town with his money, and leaves him to face a murder rap and a man-hungry female (Arlene Howell).

  • 2x4 The Belcastle Brand

    • October 12, 1958
    • 60 minutes

    In a desert, Bret and a hunting party are ambushed — and left to fight a blazing sun.

  • 2x5 High Card Hangs

    • October 19, 1958
    • 60 minutes

    Bart Maverick and two of his friends are charged with murder. The town's citizens demand a confession from one of the three men, or else all three men will be prosecuted. Bart falsely confesses to the murder, but help from his friend Dandy Jim Buckley exonerates him from the crime.

  • 2x6 Escape to Tampico

    • October 26, 1958
    • 60 minutes

    In Mexico, Bret tries to trick an American renegade into returning to the U.S. — where he's wanted for murder.

  • 2x7 The Judas Mask

    • November 2, 1958
    • 60 minutes

    Bart tails a pretty cancan dancer who stole his money — only to find himself being followed by two very sinister characters.

  • 2x8 The Jail at Junction Flats

    • November 9, 1958
    • 60 minutes

    Good-hearted Bret lends a pal $200 for an ""honest"" transaction — which lands the pal in jail.

  • 2x9 The Thirty-Ninth Star

    • November 16, 1958
    • 60 minutes

    A case of mistaken suitcases unfolds into political warfare, leaving Bart the unhappy target of ruthless killers.

  • 2x10 Shady Deal at Sunny Acres

    • November 23, 1958
    • 60 minutes

    Bret, helpless against a crafty banker (John Dehner) who robbed him, bides his time — while Bart and friends set up an elaborate con game.

  • 2x11 Island in the Swamp

    • November 30, 1958
    • 60 minutes

    Bret tries to help a pair of star-crossed lovers whose feuding families have taken him prisoner.

  • 2x12 Prey of the Cat

    • December 7, 1958
    • 60 minutes

    Bart is a helpless victim of his charms. Two scheming women are after him: one wants to murder for his love; the other just wants to murder him.

  • 2x13 Holiday at Hollow Rock

    • December 14, 1958
    • 60 minutes

    After he's cheated in a crooked card game, Bret tries to even the score by beating his opponent — and the odds — in a horse race.

  • 2x14 The Spanish Dancer

    • December 28, 1958
    • 60 minutes

    After scuffling with a pal over a dancer, Bart must do some fancy footwork to escape his plight: he's accused of murdering his friend.

  • 2x15 Game of Chance

    • January 4, 1959
    • 60 minutes

    Bret and Bart are pursuing the same woman. What's the attraction? The $10,000 she copped from them.

  • 2x16 Gun-shy

    • January 11, 1959
    • 60 minutes
  • 2x17 Two Beggars on Horseback

    • January 18, 1959
    • 60 minutes

    Bret and Bart's devotion to one another is tested when they're offered a deal that can mean $10,000 for one of them — but just one.

  • 2x18 The Rivals

    • January 25, 1959
    • 60 minutes

    Lydia Linley is a young heiress who yearns for a man like Sydney Carton of A Tale of Two Cities - ""a man of warmth, imagination, courage, and a sense of adventure."" Jack Vandergelt III (Roger Moore) is in love with Lydia but knows she will have nothing to do with him because he is rich. Vandergelt hires Bret Maverick to switch identities with him in hopes that Lydia will love and accept him for who he is before she realizes he is a Vandergelt. The plan goes smoothly until Jack Vandergelt's father unexpectedly arrives in town.

  • 2x19 Duel at Sundown

    • February 1, 1959
    • 60 minutes

    Bret Maverick finds himself caught in a deadly love triangle with a lovely woman (Abby Dalton) and a young gunman (Clint Eastwood).

  • 2x20 Yellow River

    • February 8, 1959
    • 60 minutes

    After losing his money in a bank robbery, Bart invests in a get-rich-quick deal with a beautiful — but not-so-dumb — blonde.

  • 2x21 The Saga of Waco Williams

    • February 15, 1959
    • 60 minutes

    Bret and his buddy Waco Williams (Wayde Preston) ride straight into trouble in Bent City, where they are suspected of being cattle rustlers.

  • 2x22 Brasada Spur

    • February 22, 1959
    • 60 minutes

    In a high-stakes poker game, Bart wins stock in a railroad — and finds himself on the track to a colossal headache.

  • 2x23 Passage to Fort Doom

    • March 8, 1959
    • 60 minutes

    A pair of con artists, Bart and an old girl friend survive a hazardous stagecoach ride and reach Fort Doom — where their troubles begin.

  • 2x24 Two Tickets to Ten Strike

    • March 15, 1959
    • 60 minutes

    Bret Maverick suspicions are aroused when he is forced to leave Ten Strike, New Mexico. Determined to stand his ground, Maverick stays in Ten Strike long enough to uncover a bizarre plot of murder and blackmail. Two gunmen, Vic Nolan (Adam West) and Eddie Burke (William Gordon), try to scare Maverick out of town.

  • 2x25 Betrayal

    • March 22, 1959
    • 60 minutes

    Keeping cool during a stage holdup, Bart catches a twinkle of recognition between his lovely traveling companion (Pat Crowley) and one of the outlaws.

  • 2x26 The Strange Journey of Jenny Hill

    • March 29, 1959
    • 60 minutes

    Bret accompanies a beautiful singer (Peggy King) on a search for her missing husband and finds himself falling helplessly in love.

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