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List Of Maverick Episodes - Seasons - Fifth Season (1961-1962)
... Jack Kelly is now the sole star of new Maverick offerings ... of some of Garner's earlier shows (both solo and Garner/Kelly team-ups, including "The Saga of Waco Williams"), but during Kelly's new installments ... credits before all the newly produced shows, albeit now with second billing under Kelly (Ed Reimers announces "Maverick! Starring Jack Kelly and James Garner!" each week over the ...
Maverick (TV series) - Spin-offs
... Kelly only appeared in a few scenes near the end ... Jack Kelly appeared as Bret's brother Bart in only one episode but was slated to return as a series regular for the following season ... the show despite respectable ratings, and Kelly would never officially join the cast ...
Kathleen Crowley
... Most well known for playing a variety of sirens in TV's Maverick (1957) opposite James Garner, Jack Kelly, and Roger Moore, she appears in eight episodes, a series record ... With Jack Kelly and Mike Road in Maverick (1962) With Roger Moore in Maverick (1961) ...
Dennis Reynolds - Recurring Characters - Jack Kelly
... Uncle Jack Kelly (Andrew Friedman) is Charlie's uncle (the brother of Charlie's mother Bonnie) ... Uncle Jack appears again in the season 5 episode "The Great Recession." When Charlie tries to move back in with his mother after Frank kicks him out of their apartment ... Jack insists they share the room and spend time wrestling there ...
James Garner - Acting Career - Maverick
... foils, including Efrem Zimbalist, Jr as "Dandy Jim Buckley," Richard Long as "Gentleman Jack Darby," Leo Gordon as "Big Mike McComb," and Diane Brewster as "Sama ... Brothers, to create a Maverick brother, Bart, played by Jack Kelly ... Critics were positive about Garner and Jack Kelly's chemistry, but Garner quit the series in the third season because of a dispute with Warner Brothers ...

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