The problem with being a notorious outlaw is everyone likes to pin every crime that crops up on you. That includes lying, embezzling, murdering bankers. Which is fine if you're trying to ... See full summary »

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August Binford
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The problem with being a notorious outlaw is everyone likes to pin every crime that crops up on you. That includes lying, embezzling, murdering bankers. Which is fine if you're trying to become an infamous legend but a problem if you're hoping for a pardon for your past crimes. So Heyes and Curry have to set things to right. And there's nothing like a diamond field to get a crooked banker into a even bigger mess so he has to confess to avoid a noose. Isn't greed a wonderful thing? Written by David Foss

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4 March 1971 (USA)  »

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August Binford: Who are you?
Hannibal Heyes: Mr. Binford, don't you recognize your own descriptions? I'm Hannibal Heyes and he's Kid Curry.
Jed 'Kid' Curry: And we don't rob banks any more.
Hannibal Heyes: And when we were robbing banks, we didn't kill people. Now you've put us into terrible trouble, Mr. Binford. We were doing our best to get an amnesty and you tore it all apart.
Jed 'Kid' Curry: And we wanted that amnesty real bad.
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One of my favorite episodes ~
8 October 2015 | by (Florida, USA) – See all my reviews

One of the most prolific character actors of the 1960s - and one of my favorites, John McGiver, graces this episode along with one of the most underrated pieces of eye candy ever, Michelle Carey. (Her little-girl, dumb-bunny voice grates upon one's ears, though. Beware.) Sam Jaffe makes another appearance as Soapy Saunders, a more likable rogue the likes of whom you'll never see (seen two episodes previously, in The Great Shell Game).

The boys are put in a bind when a crooked banker kills his manager for discovering his embezzlement, then feigns innocence by putting the crime on Heyes and Curry. Understandably, they are not happy about this turn of events and cook up a plan to clear their names. He's been being a sugar daddy to Miss Jamison (Carey) and can't resist a sure thing when the boys provide him with one.

Let's just say, Mr. Binford (McGiver) makes this episode entertaining!


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