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Alias Smith and Jones: Everything Else You Can Steal

When two young men posing as Heyes and Curry get involved in a bank robbery, the real Heyes and Curry hurry to the town where the event happened in order to clear their names.

But they don't realise that they will get involved with the real robber, who is a killer and a womaniser as well as being the son-in-law of the bank's Manager.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x13
Airdate: Thursday December 16th, 1971

Director: Alexander Singer
Writer: Roy Huggins

Guest Stars
Allen JosephAllen Joseph
As Old Man
David CanaryDavid Canary
As Sheriff Coffin
Dennis RuckerDennis Rucker
As Billy Black
Ann SothernAnn Sothern
As Blackjack Jenny
Jessica WalterJessica Walter
As Louise Carson
Kermit MurdockKermit Murdock
As Henry Blodgett
Parker WestParker West
As Caleb White
Patrick OPatrick O'Neal
As Kenneth Blake
Robert Godden (1)Robert Godden (1)
As Robert Godden
Episode Quotes
Heyes: I do my best thinking in the middle of the night. I thought of the Hanford job in the middle of the night, remember?
Curry: Heyes, I got shot in the leg in that job and it netted us seventy three dollars. Remember?
Heyes: The idea was good.

Curry: Whose headstone you got in mind, Heyes?
Heyes: Our good friend Kenneth Blake - ah, it would say "the only thing in life you have to earn is love - everything else you can steal".
Curry: (admiringly) Heyes, I didn't know you were a poet!
Heyes: (laughing) I'm not - I stole it!!

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