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Alias Smith and Jones: The Legacy of Charlie O'Rourke

Riding into Browntown, Heyes and the Kid hear their names being called from the local jail. It is Charlie O'Rourke, sentenced to hang the next morning and anxious to let them know where he has buried a hoard of stolen gold.

Heyes and the Kid are not interested as it might affect their amnesty, but the local saloon girl is extremely interested, spending Charlie's last hours with him, singing and chatting. Another interested party is Harry Briscoe whom Heyes and the Kid had met on a train carrying Bannerman detectives, but who appears to have since become a little bit corrupt.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x15
Airdate: Thursday April 22nd, 1971

Guest Stars
Gary van OrmanGary van Orman
As Clyde
J.D. CannonJ.D. Cannon
As Harry Briscoe
Steve GraversSteve Gravers
As Parson
Billy Green BushBilly Green Bush
As Charlie O'Rourke
Erik HollandErik Holland
As Kurt Schmidt
Guy RaymondGuy Raymond
As Sheriff Carver
Joan HackettJoan Hackett
As Alice Banion
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
VocalThe Streets Of Laredo 

Episode Quotes
Heyes: (to Harry Briscoe) It's never too late, Mr. Briscoe.
Briscoe: What you're saying is, if I don't tell them who you are, you won't tell them what I did.
Kid: Seems fair enough. We don't believe in holding a little crookedness against a fellow.
Heyes: No, sir!! We like to think there's a little bad in everybody.

Kid: (waving goodbye to Alice) Next time we meet a girl like her we oughta flip a coin!
Heyes: (laughing) Whose coin?!!!

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