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
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A book on "Alias Smith and Jones" puts this show's filming schedule at an incredible 22 days - nearly four times as long as Universal normally allotted to a one-hour series episode. It appears that director Alexander Singer
filmed this entirely on the sets of other episodes, getting two or three minutes worth of film in a couple hours per day, after the "main" episode had wrapped its day's work. See more