01. Maverick, The Thirty-Ninth Star (1958), Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.
02. The Conjectural Maverick, Maverick Trails
On July 4, 1876, Hazelton spoke to Charles W. Farfan during Judge Somervell's speech in Grantsville. Later that evening in Salt lake City, he had his two thugs assault Bart Maverick outside the stage depot and brought him into a clandestine basement somewhere in town to have him beaten to turn over papers incriminating the Stuart Machine. When Bart professed to know nothing of the papers, Hazelton let him go, but gave him twenty-four hours to produce the papers or be killed. The next day, Hazelton left a message for Bart with the desk clerk at the Capital City Hotel, counting down the time he had left. On July 6, Bart had found the papers and was on his way to put them in a safe deposit box at the First National Bank when Hazelton and his men chased him into an empty warehouse. Bart was forced to shoot and kill them in self-defense.
Portrayed by William Phipps
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