Alias Smith and Jones (1971–1973)
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Something to Get Hung About 

Sarah Henderson ran out on her husband and hooked up with Jim Stokely, a charming drifter. Mr. Henderson wants her back, and has hired Smith and Jones to retrieve her. The boys quickly make... See full summary »

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Jim Stokely
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Sarah Henderson (as Meredith Mac Rae)
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R. M. Foster
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Sheriff (as Noah Beery)
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Hank Henderson
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Sheriff Gaines
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Deputy Sheriff (as Gary Van Orman)
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Marsh
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Sarah Henderson ran out on her husband and hooked up with Jim Stokely, a charming drifter. Mr. Henderson wants her back, and has hired Smith and Jones to retrieve her. The boys quickly make friends with Stokely, which both helps and hinders them as they try to persuade Sarah that her alcoholic husband has sobered up and is the man she used to love. Sarah decides to give her husband a second chance, and all seems well -- for one night. Then somebody blows Mr. Henderson's head off with a shotgun. Stokely is the obvious suspect -- too obvious for Heyes and Curry to stomach, having been convinced that the man is no killer. So who did do it? With help with a friendly local sheriff who doesn't recognize them, the boys spread the word that they've stolen the murder weapon and plan to have it tested for fingerprints -- hoping the killer will go after the gun. Features a great final shootout (although both the killer and the sheriff seem to fire when their guns should be empty). Ken Lynch's ... Written by Peter Harris

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Western

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Not Rated
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21 October 1971 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The performance of guest star Noah Beery Jr.was so well-received, that when Roy Huggins was looking for an actor to play Jim Rockfor's father, Rocky, in the classic series, The Rockford Files (1974). When the series went into production, Noah was cast (Robert Donley was only in the series' pilot). See more »

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