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Maverick The Complete Fourth Season Back to Back 2 Pack

4.3 out of 5 stars 44 customer reviews

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It's the Moore the merrier as Jack Kelly teams up with new cast member Roger Moore for the fourth rollicking season of Maverick. Faces may change, but the card and con games remain the same, as Beau Maverick (Moore) deals himself in with his cousin Bart (Kelly) as they take on murder frame-ups, crooked sheriffs, cursed goldmines, comely witches and more in this complete 32-episode collection. Featuring appearances by Spaghetti Western icon Lee Van Cleef, Oscar®-winner* George Kennedy and The Time Tunnel's Robert Colbert as the third Maverick brother Brent, Season Four highlights also include James Garner's final series appearance (The Maverick Line), director Robert Altman's episode "Bolt from the Blue" and "Hadley's Hunters," featuring cameos by Warner Bros.' legendary Western stars John Russell and Peter Brown (Lawman), Ty Hardin (Bronco), Will Hutchins (Sugarfoot) and Clint Walker (Cheyenne).

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 8
  • Studio: Warner Archive Collection
  • DVD Release Date: January 23, 2014
  • Run Time: 812 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00CCYNYBO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,362 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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As with Season 3, the WB Shop is offering this on pressed DVD's (not DVD-Rs) for the first printing----But only if you buy from them direct. Of course, it's overpriced but----if I'm going to pay too much----I'd rather pay it for pressed DVDs (that will last) rather than DVD'Rs (that won't). There is a coupon code to save $10 off of a $50 order DEALS10 . Maverick- Season 4 is just 5 cents under $50. If you pick something cheap from the sale section you can use the coupon and still end up under $50. I hope they'll release Season 5 on pressed discs too!

EDIT---UPDATE---February .13. 2015---Coupon codes for the WB Shop are getting scarcer and scarcer----I can occasionally find a $10 off of $50 but it doesn't usually work on discounted or Archive titles. Now that the minimum for free shipping has been raised from $45 to $75 it makes any $10 off of $50 coupons I can find effectively $10 off of $75 or $5 off of $50 (once you deduct the $5 shipping charge).

The WB Shop is having a SALE for the Valentine's Day weekend. Sale ends February 16, 2015 at 11:59 PM, PST. They are offering.......$5 off of $25, .......$15 off of $60 ........and $30 off of $100......... This is a very good deal for their replicated/pressed disc box sets as they are already 20% off. I have checked the sale and everything I've tried has worked---- You can put other Archive sets than those listed under the Valentine's Day sale section---- you can combine Archive titles with titles from their regular sale section and the discount still applies. No coupon code is needed the discount applies automatically at checkout. The $30 off of $100 is the best deal (as long as you wish to buy that much) as it is not only the biggest discount but you have to get to $75 to get free shipping.
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By FREDERICK on February 21, 2014
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Okay it is expensive, but i wanted to see roger moore in this series as he is one of my favorite actors and now i have watched some of the episodes i am pleased i purchsed it. picture and sound quality is excellent as in series 1&2. when you want something bad enough you will pay the price, this is why i have not purchsed series 3 i will wait until the price comes down.I do not want it bad enough to pay that price.
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James Garner is Maverick. Without him the show just isn't the same. Apparently Warner Brothers hoped Roger Moore would be "James Garner with a British accent" but it didn't work out that way. I have all 4 seasons of Maverick and the first 3 seasons with Garner are the best. Once he left the show it declined noticeably. In fact the stories became silly and boring. Jack Kelly is good but what made the show work was the contrast between Bret (Garner) and Bart (Kelly). Having a British cousin (Moore) suddenly show up out of nowhere in season 4 and be expected to carry half the episodes, which he doesn't do very well, is a big disappointment. And then Moore left after only half of one season's episodes and didn't return for season 5, which was the final one. It only ran half the season before it was cancelled. The fact that the show could carry on for only one & a half seasons after Garner left tells us all we need to know. As I said James Garner is Maverick. Without him the show isn't really worth watching anymore. I don't expect to add season 5 to my collection.
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Season four starts with Roger Moore added as cousin Beau. This season James Garner exited from the show. Also Robert Colbert was added as another Maverick brother Brent. These changes helped some what but you could see that the series was slated to be cancelled. The plots and acting made this season hold its own with the Nielsen ratings. Add this one to your collection.
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The Mavericks have a few things in common with James Bond: both take card games seriously and both enjoy the company of women. The Mavericks, as a rule, don't like to fight, and certainly would not accept any damn license to kill.

Most times, the personalities of the Mavericks are laid back, and that suits Roger Moore fine. He's certainly believable as a Maverick, except for the fact that no one has made mention of him in the previous three years, which takes getting used to, and is now os the prime center of attention whenever Bart refers to a relative. It's as if he forgot he had a brother named Bret.

It should be noted before I charge into the individual episodes of the fourth season, that with Moore or without, Maverick always had a formidable goal to try to achieve.

The challenge that Maverick had to meet week after week is: How to be Maverick?

Even with James Garner, it was not easy living up to the unique tone and spirit of Maverick.

There's much more in my full review of the 4th year of Maverick
in the new Riding Shotgun column on Comicsbulletin.com,
including many photos, including sequential sequences.
Even some photos of Edd Byrnes and
77 Cherokee Strip.
For Maverick fans, fans thinking of buying this set, and for those
interested in reading some tidbits about what was happening behind
the scenes.
Hang in there!
Don McGregor
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The year without James Garner. Not bad on reflection. Roger Moore takes over as cousin Beau, but even he quit half way through the season. The problem is not Maverick but Warner Bros. They had many TV series during this time period but felt it was beneath them to have TV shows instead of movies! Typical attitude by the major studios during those day even though they were big hits. So, to save money they would reuse scripts from the various shows and just change the names and locale and move the contract actors from series to series. No wonder many of them walked out. They even tried another brother who looked and dressed like Bret. It did not work.

The good news is that the shows, alternating with Bart, are not bad at all.
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