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Alias Smith and Jones: Something to Get Hung About

Heyes and Curry have been hired by a man who wants Heyes to use his powers of persuasion to get his runaway wife to return to him.

Eventually Heyes succeeds, but when the man is murdered suspicion falls in the wrong place.

Episode Info

Episode number: 2x6
Airdate: Thursday October 21st, 1971

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Guest Stars
Gary van OrmanGary van Orman
As Deputy
Jimmy NickersonJimmy Nickerson
As Stunt Double - Curry
Ralph MontgomeryRalph Montgomery
As Poker Player Number One
Dick ValentineDick Valentine
As Messenger
Harper FlahertyHarper Flaherty
As Poker Player Number Two
Howard CurtisHoward Curtis
As Stunt Double - Stokely
Jon LockeJon Locke
As Marsh
Ken LynchKen Lynch
As Sheriff Gaines
Meredith MacRaeMeredith MacRae
As Sarah Henderson
Monte MarkhamMonte Markham
As John Stokely
Noah Beery, Jr.Noah Beery, Jr.
As Sheriff
Paul CarrPaul Carr
As Hank Henderson
Roger PerryRoger Perry
As R.M. Foster


Heyes and Curry have been hired by Hank Henderson to ask his errant wife, Sarah Henderson to return to him. She appears to have gone off with the very likeable Jim Stokely, and even Heyes at his eloquent best initially fails to make her change her mind, and return to her husband...

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Episode Quotes
Kid Curry: I thought everyone played according to Hoyle.

Kid: (to Heyes) What's that you're reading?
Heyes: Life On The Mississippi by Mark Twain.
Kid: Mark Twain?!!
Heyes: Yep.
Kid:(disbelieving) Mark Twain - now there's an alias if I ever heard one. I wonder what he's wanted for?!!

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