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The Maverick boys - Bret, Bart, Beau and Brent - are a clan of well-dressed dandies, gamblers who'd much rather make their money playing cards than messing up their fine clothing with actual work. Sly and clever, none of the Mavericks are much for acts of derring do, but they can be courageous when the situation calls for it. Most often, however, they live by their wits and considerable charm.

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Bret agrees to transport a casket.
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Bret must find a buyer for a flock of sheep.
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Bret tracks a girl to Central America.
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Bret and Bart become innocent participants in a two-family feud.
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Bret buys a steamboat, unaware it has been sold to seven other people.
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Bret meets a split personality who carries friendship in one hand, a gun in the other.
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Bret loses several thousand dollars to a beautiful young girl who defies the law of averages.
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Maverick's traveling companion disappears.
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Bart finds himself the object of a beautiful woman who plans to kill him.
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Bret establishes himself as a high-stakes gambler in a Western town.

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