- Oct 14, 2006
- Real Name
That certainly looks interesting enough to do a blind buy on. Looking over the description of the series, I'm actually surprised it didn't make it.jdee28 said:It would be fun to see this rare series! Glad Warner is bringing it out!
The price point is a bit prohibitive for a "one and done" series. Perhaps the cost comes down later or eventually find it online used for a good bargain.Richard V said:I have a few, very poor visual quality episodes, but the quality of the series shines through. Most likely a buy for me, if I can decide I can afford it.
Ron1973 said:The price point is a bit prohibitive for a "one and done" series. Perhaps the cost comes down later or eventually find it online used for a good bargain.
When I first saw the release news for Nichols, I wondered if the Bret Maverick series might be coming at some future date . . . soon. I hope so.Timothy E said:I hope that Bret Maverick and The New Maverick will follow from the Archive, and that WHV releases all 5 seasons of Maverick.
I have had them all from film for years. Its okay. Typical Garner type role and I must say that they did manage to use young Margot Kidder's cleavage to great advantage!JoeDoakes said:
I watched several episodes of the show when it originally aired. I liked it, but I was a teenager back then, so who knows how good it really was? The drastic change of style in the last episode was not necessarily proof that the show didn't work quality-wise; but may have simply been an attempt to bolster ratings. The original concept seemed to build on Garner's knack for playing protagonists who didn't want much to do with violence if they could avoid it.JoeDoakes said: