Alias Smith and Jones: Season 3, Episode 12

Only Three to a Bed (13 Jan. 1973)

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The boys hire on to cut out horses, break them and get them to market before a Big Daddy rancher nearby can claim all the mavericks running the range as his own. In a role reversal of sorts... See full summary »

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Beegee
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Sam Haney
Laurette Spang ...
Emma Sterling
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George Sterling
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Mark Tisdale
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Bronc
Pepper Martin ...
Head Gunman
Janet Julian ...
Belle Haney (as Janet Johnson)
Gary Van Ormand ...
Stage Driver (as Gary Van Orman)
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The boys hire on to cut out horses, break them and get them to market before a Big Daddy rancher nearby can claim all the mavericks running the range as his own. In a role reversal of sorts for our heroes, Heyes strikes out miserably talking the talk and playing the cards with a beautiful brunette, while Curry finds a kinship with a very young, very beautiful young blonde lady who is traveling with her very protective older brother. Written by Peter Harris

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A second look at the production schedule shows that this show went into production two days after the season opener "The Long Chase," and filmed alongside it in Utah for eight days before coming back to Hollywood in late July 1972, where it was again filmed alongside "The Long Chase" for the studio scenes. This must have been rather interesting, since the shows had two different directors - did Jeffrey Hayden go to Utah with the "Only Three to a Bed" script with his hand and pick up whenever Alexander Singer finished his work on "The Long Chase," and repeat the procedure at the studio? See more »

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