Alias Smith and Jones: Season 2, Episode 1

The Day They Hanged Kid Curry (16 Sep. 1971)

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The second and last 90-minute episode (the third show filmed for the second season) finds Heyes visiting wealthy con artist Silky O'Sullivan at his San Francisco mansion -- only to find out... See full summary »

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Fred Philpotts
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Sheriff Whittaker
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Penny Roach
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Judge
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Wheat
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Kyle
Mickey Shaughnessy ...
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Tom Hansen
Frank Maxwell ...
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Dennis Rucker ...
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Amzie Strickland ...
Miss Buckley
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The second and last 90-minute episode (the third show filmed for the second season) finds Heyes visiting wealthy con artist Silky O'Sullivan at his San Francisco mansion -- only to find out that Kid Curry is on trial for murder in Colorado. Heyes rushes to the town and thinks he sees Curry in the dock -- until the real Curry cheerfully waves at him. The man on trial is an impostor; what's more, he never committed the murder he's accused of. Curry loves the idea of "dying" and going off the wanted list, but Heyes reminds him -- and the impostor -- that this will leave Heyes up a certain creek without a paddle. The impostor apologizes but won't back down. Just before the impostor is due to be hanged, Heyes shouts out that Curry's "grandmother" (Silky Sullivan in drag) is coming on the next train to say goodbye. The judge agrees to stay the execution, and soon enough "Grandma Curry" arrives. The disguise is enough to fool the not-too-bright sheriff's deputy in charge of the prisoner, but... Written by Peter Harris

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This show took 11 days to film (as opposed to six for a one-hour episode), helping create a time squeeze which would haunt the series following Pete Duel's death. Part of the delay was due to extremely hot weather on location aggravating guest star Walter Brennan's emphysema. See more »

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