Alias Smith and Jones (1971–1973)
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Alias Smith and Jones 

A pair of outlaws seeking amnesty from the Governor must stay incognito and out of trouble in a town while a friend pleads their case. The wait is complicated by a lovely bank manager and the arrival of members of their former gang.

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... Hannibal Heyes (alias Joshua Smith)
... Jed 'Kid' Curry (alias Thaddeus Jones)
... Deputy Harker Wilkins
... Miss Porter
... Sheriff Lom Trevors
... Miss Birdie Pickett
... Wheat
... Kyle
Bill Fletcher ... Kane
... Marshall
... Shields
... Lobo
... Outlaw
Kelton Garwood ... Outlaw (as John Harper)
Jon Shank ... Outlaw
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A pair of outlaws seeking amnesty from the Governor must stay incognito and out of trouble in a town while a friend pleads their case. The wait is complicated by a lovely bank manager and the arrival of members of their former gang.

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Western

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5 January 1971 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Ein Jahr Galgenfrist  »

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Goofs

Wheat calls the Devil's Hole gang "Seven sorry lives of crime," yet there are only six outlaws. See more »

Quotes

Wheat: Don't move and don't holler, 'cause this is a stick-up.
[sees Heyes]
Wheat: What are you doing back there?
Hannibal Heyes - Joshua Smith: One thing I ain't doin' is gettin' robbed!
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Edited from The Wild Wild West (1965) See more »

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A Blast From The Past
10 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

A great series back in the day. I watched it on Sunday afternoons (I think?) when I would otherwise have been intolerably bored. Smith & Jones gave me 30 minutes of humorous escapism and left me with a smile on my face. I remember the shock of Pete Duel's untimely death only too well. It was like losing a good friend. The memory of 'Alias Smith & Jones' washes over me like the first sunny day of springtime. I wonder if it would stand up if I actually watched it again. Nostalgia... it ain't what it used to be.


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