MAVERICK -Rev. 11/15/93 6. *
through town kicking up dust.
in the hanging scene.
My luck had to change fast --the
poker game of the century was
starting in St. Louis in just ten
thousand for the entrance fee.
11 EXT. BANK -AFTERNOON 11
indicates "Closed 'til Morning."
11A NONE 11A
11B EXT. STABLES -AFTERNOON 11B
(indicating the mule)
By the day, week or month?
No-no --Not how much to take
care of him, how much to just
take him. Permanently.
Pa. The man wants to sell the
That burro's not worth a cent.
MAVERICK -Rev. 11/15/93 6A. *
You just made yourself a fine
How 'bout the saddle?
Five dollars. Nice doing business
with you. Thank you. He doesn't
eat much. He's a regular jackass
... Hee... haw... Hee... haw.
CLERK hurries over from his desk.
You got a wire, want me to read it
(reaching for it)
It just says, 'Watch your back.'
(hands it over)
Synopsis: Maverick is a 1994 American Western comedy film directed by Richard Donner and written by William Goldman, based on the 1950s television series of the same name created by Roy Huggins. The film stars Mel Gibson as Bret Maverick, a card player and con artist collecting money to enter a high-stakes poker game. He is joined in his adventure by Annabelle Bransford (Jodie Foster), another con artist, and lawman Marshall Zane Cooper (James Garner). The supporting cast features Graham Greene, James Coburn, Alfred Molina and a large number of cameo appearances by Western film actors, country music stars and other actors.