CTVA Western -"Alias Smith and Jones" (Pete Duel episodes) (Jan1971-Jan1972) starring Pete Duel & Ben Murphy

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The Pete Duel Episodes  (Starring Pete Duel and Ben Murphy)
Season 1 & first 18 episodes of Season 2 (ABC)(Jan1971-Jan1972)

Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
references:
Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)



Universal - Public Arts  Production / Universal Studios / MCA-TV Exclusive Distributors
for
ABC (Thursdays 7:30 PM) (season 1) / ABC (Thursdays 8.00 PM) (season 2) /ABC (Saturdays 8:00 PM) (season 3)
Creator / Producer : Glen A Larson
Executive Producer (pilot) :
Executive Producer : Roy Huggins (series)Frank Price  (pilot)
Created and Produced by Glen A. Larson
Associate Executive Producer Jo Swerling Jr. (season 1,2 verified)
Produced Jo Swerling Jr. (season 3)

US Western series 1971-73 90 min Pilot + 49 eps x 60 min (aired from: 21Jan71-13Jan73
Starring:
Pete Duel (eps 1-32)  as Hannibal Heyes alias Joshua Smith
Ben Murphy
Jedediah "Kid" Curry alias Thaddeus Jones ...
Recurring Guest Stars:
James Drury,
Mike Road as Sheriff Lom Trevors (Mar. 4, 1971)
John Russell as Sheriff Lom Trevors (Nov. 25, 1972)
J.D. Cannon
as Harry Briscoe, detective with the Bannerman Detective Agency
Burl Ives as Big Mac McCreedy  /Cesar Romero as Armendiraz
Rudy Vallee as Winford Fletcher
Sally Field as Clementine Hale / Michele Lee as Georgette Sinclair
The Devil's Hole Gang:-
Earl Holliman as Wheat / Dennis Fimple as Kyle Murtry  /Read Morgan as Lobo

Narrator: Roger Davis (1971-72)
 
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ABC Thursdays 7:30 PM (21Jan71-22Apr71)

1.01 ALIAS SMITH & JONES ( 90 min Pilot)
5Jan71
Teleplay : Glen A Larson & Matthew Howard
Directed by Gene Levitt
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
John Russell [ Marshall ]
Earl Holliman [ Wheat ]
Forrest Tucker [Deputy Harker ]
James Drury [ Sheriff Lom Travers ]
Susan St. James [ Miss Porter ]
Jeanette Nolan [ Miss Birdie ]
Charles Dierkop [ Shields ]
Sid Haid [ Outlaw ]
Dennis Fimple [ Kyle ]
Synopsis
Heyes and Curry, two non-violent bandits, try to earn a pardon from the Governor of Wyoming by staying out of
trouble while overcoming the temptations of working at a bank..

1.02 [--] Alias Smith & Jones: THE McCREEDY BUST
21Jan71
Teleplay by Sy Salkowitz / Story by John Thomas James
Directed by: Gene Levitt
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
Burl Ives as Big Mac McCreedy
Cesar Romero as Armendiraz
Synopsis 1:
Heyes and Curry become involved in a running feud between a wealthy rancher and a Mexican 
neighbour concerning the ownership of a Roman bust.
Synopsis 2:
Curry and Heyes risk their probation when they take a job to locate a bust of Caesar. [RF]

1.03 [--] Alias Smith & Jones: EXIT FROM WICKENBURG
28Jan71
Associate Producer Steve Heilpern (on end credits)
Teleplay by: Robert Hamner / Story by: John Thomas James
Directed by: Jeannot Swarz
Director of Photography, Gene Polito
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
Pernell Roberts as Sam Finrock
Susan Strasberg as Mary Cunningham
Slim Pickens as Mike
Mark Lenard as Jim Plummer
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ford Rainey .......... Warren Epps
Michael Bow .......... Young Cowboy
With:
Dan Kemp ............. Al Gorman
Amzie Strickland ..... Girl
Paul Kent ............ Ben Morrison
Lew Brown ............ Frank Johnson
Synopsis 1:
Someone's trying to get the guys out of a town where they are helping a widow run from the saloon left to her by her
late husband, but they can't figure out who's doing it or why.
Synopsis 2:
Smith and Jones find themselves ordered out of town after finding jobs helping a widow run the saloon left to her by
her late husband. They decide to stick around to find out who has issued the order.

1.04 [--] Alias Smith & Jones: THE WRONG TRAIN TO BRIMSTONE
4Feb71
Associate Producer Steve Heilpern (on end credits)
Teleplay : Stephen Kandel & John Thomas James
Director : Jeffrey Hayden
Director of Photography Gene Polito
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
William Windom as Jeremiah Daley
J.D. Cannon as Harry Briscoe
Beth Brickell as Sara Blaine
*
Co-Starring:
J. Pat O'Malley ....... H.T. McDuff
Harry Hickox .......... Strothers
William Mims .......... Grady
with:
Charles H. Gray ....... Carl Grant
William Bryant ........ Fred Gaines
Robert Gibbons ........ Train Depot Clerk
William Christopher ... Telegrapher
Jon Lormer ............ Farmer
Synopsis 1:
Bannerman detectives set a trap for Heyes and Curry and their former gang by loading a train with gold.
Synopsis 2:
Heyes and Curry gain passage on a train that is full of Bannerman detectives who are setting a trap for them and their gang.

1.05 [--] Alias Smith & Jones: THE GIRL IN BOXCAR # 3
11Feb71
Teleplay by Howard Browne / Story by Gene Roddenberry
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
Director of Photography Gene Polito
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars:
John Larch
Alan Hale (Jr.) (as Andrew J. Greer)
Heather Menzies (as Annabelle)
Royal Dano
With: (end credits)
Conlan Carter ......... Breen
Jack Garner ........... Stacey
Claudia Bryer ......... Minerva Lambert
Michael Carr .......... Briggs
Liam Dunn ............. Telegrapher
Ray Ballard ........... Hotel Clerk
Raymond Guth .......... Farmer
Norman Leavitt ........ Wagon Driver
Synopsis 1:
A runaway girl riding the rails complicates Heyes and Curry's efforts to haul $50,000 to a town 400 miles away
Synopsis 2;
Curry gets involved with a runaway girl riding the rails as he tries to deliver $50,000 to a town 400 miles away.

1.06 [--] Alias Smith & Jones: THE GREAT SHELL GAME
18Feb71
Teleplay by Glen A. Larson / Story by John Thomas James
Directed by Richard Benedict
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
Diana Muldaur
(as Grace Turner)
Sam Jaffe (as Dr. Sylvester)
Special Guest Star:
Peter Breck (as Charles Morgan)
Synopsis 1:
Heyes appears to be backsliding when he appears to be setting up a wealthy widow in a phony gambling operation.
Synopsis 2:
Heyes seems to be reverting to his old thieving ways when he sets up a pretty young woman to lose $10,000 in a phony horse betting operation.

1.07 [--] Alias Smith & Jones: RETURN TO DEVIL'S HOLE
25Feb71
Teleplay by Knut Swenson / Story by John Thomas James
Directed by Bruce Kessler
Director of Photography John M. Stephens
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
Fernando Lamas as Jim Santana
Diana Hyland as Clara Phillips
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Dennis Fimple ......... Kyle
William McKinney ...... Lobo
With:
Lee deBroux ........... Hardcase
Sid Haig .............. Merkle
Jon Lormer ............ 2nd Desk Clerk
Booth Colman .......... Carlton
Charlie Briggs ........ Red Mattson
And:
Vaughn Taylor ......... 1st Desk Clerk
Synopsis :
Outlaw leader Jim Santana must decide who is telling the truth; Heyes' lady friend or the gang member she's trying to kill.
Song "Take A Look Around" Sung by Tim Morgon
Composed by Richard Maltby, Jr. and David Shire
Universal-MCA recording MCA-40033 (K-12614)
The 45 R.P.M. recording wasn't released until 1973.
Published by Leeds Music Corp.
originally released on Kapp Records by the same vocalist, Tim Morgon.
Also featured in 2 episodes of  "The Men from Shiloh"
9.02 [227] THE BEST MAN 23Sep70
9.17 [242] THE LEGACY OF SPENCER FLATS 27Jan71
The song was also used in "McCloud." episode 1.05 "Walk in the Dark" 14Oct70


1.08 [--] Alias Smith & Jones: A FISTFUL OF DIAMONDS
4Mar71
Teleplay by Robert Hamner / Story by John Thomas James
Directed by Jeffrey Hayden
Director of Photography Gene Polito
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
John McGiver as August Binford
Michele Carey as Betsy Samison
Sam Jaffe as Soapy Saunders
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Mike Road ........... Lom Trevors
With:
Clarke Gordon ....... Charlie Wells
Paul Sorenson ....... Oliver Bristow
Lou Wagner .......... Butler
And:
Ken Scott ........... Ben Morgan
Synopsis:
After an embezzling banker / murderer sets up Curry and Heyes to take the fall for his crimes, the boys try to clear
themselves by playing on his greed with a salted diamond field.

1.09 [--] Alias Smith & Jones: STAGECOACH SEVEN
11Mar71
Teleplay by Dick Nelson /Story by John Thomas James
Directed by Richard Benedict
Director of Photography Gene Polito
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
Keenan Wynn as Charlie Utley
Steve Ihnat as Harry Downs
L.Q. Jones as Clint Weaver
Dana Elcar as Benjamin T. Bowers
Co-Starring: (end credits)
John Kellogg ........... Joe
Mitzi Hoag ............. Winifred Bowers
Angela Clarke .......... Hannah Uttley
Randolph Mantooth ...... Dan Loomis
Sallie Shockley ........ Ellen Loomis
With:
Geoffrey Lewis ......... Patch
Nick Benedict .......... Phil
Bernard Greene ......... Stationmaster
Synopsis :
Way-station master Charlie Utley battles against besieging outlaws for the reward on passengers Heyes and Curry.

1.10 [--] Alias Smith & Jones: THE MAN WHO MURDERED HIMSELF
18Mar71 (a.k.a. The Lost Tribe)
Teleplay by Robert Hamner & John Thomas James / Story by John Thomas James
Directed by Jeffrey Hayden
Director of Photography Gene Polito
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
Patrick MacNee as Norman Alexander
Slim Pickens as Sheriff Benton.
Special Guest Star:
Juliet Mills as Julia Finney
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Charles Davis .......... Kevin Finney
Dennis Fimple .......... Kyle
With:
Bill McKinney .......... Lobo
Don Keefer ............. Dr. Hiram Wilson
Maurice Hill ........... Miles Parker
Walter Barnes .......... Deputy
Harry E. Northup ....... Hank
Synopsis 1:
Heyes begins to suspect something's not quite right when he's hired as a guide by archaeologist Norman Alexander to track
down a tribe of giant redheaded Indians who were rumoured to have lived in the area of Devil's Hole.
Synopsis 2:
While Curry drives a wagonload of dynamite across rugged country, Heyes hires on as a guide for two Englishmen searching
for a tribe of giant redheaded Indians rumored to have lived in the area of Devil's Hole.

1.11 [--] Alias Smith & Jones: THE FIFTH VICTIM
25Mar71
Teleplay by Glen A Larson/ Story by John Thomas James
Directed by Fernando Lamas
Director of Photography John M. Stephens
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
Joseph Campanella as Jake Carlson
Sharon Acker as Rachel Carlson
Ramon Bieri as Sheriff Moody
Sean Garrison
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Barbara Rhoades ........ Helen
Woodrow Parfrey ........ Sam Winters
With:
Lindsay Workman ........ Minister
Bill Quinn ............. Doctor
Dennis Robertson ....... Deputy
Frederic Downs ......... Judge Peters
Red Morgan ............. Audie Helms
Synopsis 1:
A game of poker takes a nasty turn when one of the players starts murdering the others one by one.
Synopsis 2:
The guys become involved with a friendly rancher in a not-so-friendly poker game.

1.12 [--] Alias Smith & Jones: THE ROOT OF IT ALL
1Apr71
Written by Howard Browne (on film)
Directed by Barry Shear
Director of Photography Gene Polito
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
Judy Carne as Leslie O`Hara
Tom Ewell as Deputy Treadwell
Logan Ramsey as Oscar Rosewood
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Mills Watson .......... Squint Simpson
With:
Meg Wylie ............. Prudence Palmer
Victoria Thompson ..... Margaret Chapman
Jerome Cowan .......... Waldo Hennessy
C.Elliott Montgomery .. Jenson
Walt Davis ............ Sheriff Brewster
Synopsis 1:
After receiving a letter from a young Philadelphian lady Heyes and Curry end up on a hunt for a buried Army payroll.
Synopsis 2:
Smith and Jones retrieve a letter for a young lady and wind up searching for a buried Army payroll.

1.13 [--] Alias Smith & Jones: JOURNEY FROM SAN JUAN
8Apr71
Teleplay by Dick Nelson/ Story by John Thomas James
Directed by Jeffrey Hayden
Director of Photography Gene Polito
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
Claudine Longet as Michelle Monet
Susan Oliver
as Blanche Graham
Special Guest Star:
Nico Minardos as El Clavo
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Dub Taylor ............. Johnson
With:
Gregory Sierra ......... Juan
Joaquin Martinez ....... Carlos
Med Flory .............. Marshal
Curt Conway ............ McKendricks
Synopsis 1:
New Orleans chanteuse Michelle Monet and a herd of cattle serve as a cover for Heyes and Curry's secret mission to Mexico.
Synopsis 2:
Smith and Jones balance a Mexican bandit and pretty saloon owner while they gather a herd of wild cattle as a cover for other activities.

1:14 [--] Alias Smith & Jones: NEVER TRUST AN HONEST MAN
15Apr71
Written by Phil DeGuere
Directed by Douglas Heyes
Director of Photography Gene Polito
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars:
Severn Darden as Oscar/Alan Harlenjen
Marj Dusay as Christine McNiece
Special Guest Star:
Richard Anderson as James Quirt
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Robert Donner .......... Preacher
Bill Fletcher .......... Logan
Ford Rainey ............ Father
With:
Burt Mustin ............ Jeweler
Glenn Dixon ............ Butler
Michael Carr ........... Hank
Robert Bruce Lang ...... Carl
Synopsis 1:
After returning a fortune in jewels to railroad magnate Oscar Harlenjen, he promptly sends a posse after
Heyes and Curry when he discovers the gems are fake.
Synopsis 2:
The boys return a fortune in jewels to a railroad magnate, who promptly sets a posse after them when he learns
the gems are fake.
Synopsis 3:
Curry and Heyes return $10 million in diamonds to a tycoon but wind up on the run when the gems turn out to be fakes..

1.15 [--] Alias Smith & Jones: THE LEGACY OF CHARLIE O'ROURKE
22Apr71
Teleplay by Dick Nelson/ Story by Robert Guy Barrows
Directed by Jeffrey Hayden
Director of Photography Gene Polito
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Star:
Joan Hackett as Alice Banion
Special Guest Star:
J.D. Cannon as Harry Briscoe.
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Guy Raymond ............ Sheriff Carver
Billy "Green" Bush .... Charlie O'Rourke
With:
Erik Holland ........... Kurt Schmitt
Hank Underwood ......... Vic
Steve Gravers .......... Parson
Gary van Orman ......... Clyde
Synopsis 1:
Bannerman agent Harry Briscoe and a saloon entertainer take a special interest in Heyes and Curry when they befriend a
condemned robber. They suspect he told the boys where he buried a stolen fortune in gold.
Synopsis 2:
A saloon entertainer and a special agent suspect that Heyes and Curry's interest in a condemned robber is the same as
their own; a rumored fortune in stolen buried gold.
Synopsis 3:
A condemned man may have told Heyes and Curry where he hid stolen gold. [RF]

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ABC Thursdays 8.00 PM Eastern (16Sep71-02Mar72)
Associate Producer Nicholas E. Baehr (end credits) (early season 2)
Associate Producer Steve Heilpern (end credits)(late sreason 2)

2.01 [15] Alias Smith & Jones: THE DAY THEY HANGED KID CURRY [PD] (90 min.)
16 Sep 71 ABC
  Playlist -  The Day They Hanged Kid Curry  (9pt)
Teleplay by Glen A. Larson / Story by John Thomas James
Directed by Barry Shear
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Cast:
Walter Brennan ......... Silky O'Sullivan
Robert Morse ........... Fred Philpotts
Belinda Montgomery ..... Penny Roach
Slim Pickens ........... Sheriff Whittaker
Mickey Shaugnessy ...... Deputy Hollis
Earl Holliman .......... Wheat
Henry Jones [ Unknown ]
Synopsis 1:
Silky O'Sullivan poses as Kid Curry's grandma to rescue a youth, who is claiming to be Kid Curry, from the gallows.
Synopsis 2:
Curry must clear his name when someone claiming to be Kid Curry admits to a murder charge and is scheduled for hanging.

2.02 [16] Alias Smith & Jones: HOW TO ROB A BANK IN ONE HARD LESSON [PD]
23Sep71
Associate Producer Nicholas E. Baehr (end)
Teleplay by David Moessinger/ Story by John Thomas James
Directed by Alexander Singer
Director of Photography William Cronjager
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
Jack Cassidy as Harry Wagener,
Joanna Barnes as Janet Judson
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Greg Mullavey ......... Deputy Lee Harper
With:
Karen Machon .......... Lorraine
Bobby Bass ............ Lester Wilkey
Synopsis 1:
Heyes and Curry fall for the lady-in-distress routine and meet up with offbeat crook Harry Wagener.
Synopsis 2:
Heyes and Curry meet up with an offbeat crook when they fall once gain for the old lady-in-distress gambit.

2.03 [17] Alias Smith & Jones: JAILBREAK AT JUNCTION CITY [PD]
30Sep71
Written by John Thomas James
Directed by Jeffrey Hayden
Director of Photography John M. Stephens
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
George Montgomery as Clitterhouse
James Wainwright as Ribs Johnson
Special Guest Star:
Jack Albertson as Judge Hanley
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Kenneth Tobey ......... Sheriff Slocum
With:
Bryan Montgomery ...... Johnny
Thomas Bellin ......... Springer
Angus Duncan .......... Chester Brubaker
Wm. Bryant ............ Barker
Harry E. Northup ...... Potts
Allen Emerson ......... Hancock
Synopsis 1:
Our two reformed outlaws try to avoid Sheriff Clitterhouse who's sure to recognize them.
Synopsis 2:
Curry and Heyes try to avoid a sheriff who is sure to recognizethem.
Synopsis 3:
Capturing four outlaws and recovering $60,000 in loot bring Heyes and Curry only one reward - being arrested themselves. [RF

2.04 [18] Alias Smith & Jones: SMILER WITH A GUN [PD]
7Oct71
Associate Producer Nicholas E. Baehr (end)
Teleplay by Max Hodge/ Story by John Thomas James
Directed by Fernando Lamas
Director of Photography William Cronjager
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
Will Geer as Seth
Roger Davis as Danny Bilson
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Barbara Stuart .......... Lurene
With:
Milton Frome ............ A. Barker
Leo Gordon .............. Ebernezer
Harry Lauter ............ Sheriff
Dick Haynes ............. 2nd. Bartender
James Houghton .......... Barker's Assistant
and:
Colby Chester ........... The Young Cowboy
Synopsis 1:
Smith and Jones help an old miner and a smiling young man to dig for gold, only to have the young man and the gold disappear.
Synopsis 2:
Smith and Jones work with an old miner and a mysterious young man to uncover $20,000 worth of gold, only to have
the young man and  the gold disappear.

2.05 [--] Alias Smith & Jones: THE POSSE THAT WOULDN'T QUIT [PD]
14Oct71
Associate Producer Nicholas E. Baehr (end)
Teleplay by Pat Fielder/ Story by John Thomas James
Directed by Harry Falk
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Special Guest Star:
Vera Miles as Belle Jordan
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Richard X. Slattery ...... Sheriff Morrison
Charles H.Gray ........... Jesse Jordan
With:
Cindy Eilbacher .......... Beth Jordan
Lisa Eilbacher ........... Bridget Jordan
Bert Holland ............. D.A. Lyons
Sidney Clute ............. Prosecutor Clark
Russell Garland Wiggins ...... Hank Smiths
Synopsis 1:
In providing Heyes and Curry with refuge from a relentless posse the two boys face the dilemma of turning themselves
in or seeing Belle Jordan go to jail for sheltering them.
Synopsis 2:
The guys seek shelter with a ranch family when they are pursued by a relentless posse, and face the difficult problem
of turning themselves in or seeing the rancher's wife go to jail for sheltering them.
Synopsis:
Rancher Belle Jordan and her daughters help Heyes and Curry escape from a posse. [RF]

2.06 [20] Alias Smith & Jones: SOMETHING TO GET HUNG ABOUT [PD]
21Oct71
Associate Producer Nicholas E. Baehr (end)
Teleplay by Nicholas E. Baehr and John Thomas James
Story by John Thomas James
Directed by Jack Arnold
Director of Photography John M. Stephens
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
Monte Markham as Jim Stokely
Meredith Mac Rae as Sarah Henderson
Roger Perry
Special Guest Star:
Noah Beery (Jr) as Sheriff Lindstrom
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Paul Carr ............ Hank Henderson
Ken Lynch ............ Sheriff Gaines
With:
Gary Van Orman ....... Deputy
Dick Valentine ....... Messenger
Jon Locke ............ Marsh
Synopsis 1:
Smith and Jones are hired to bring back a runaway wife, but stumble into a romantic triangle.
Synopsis 2:
Heyes tries to talk a runaway wife into returning to her husband while Curry distracts the gentleman with her.
Synopsis 3:
Murder results when a rich rancher hires Heyes and Curry to return his runaway wife. [RF]

2.07 [21] Alias Smith & Jones: SIX STRANGERS AT APACHE SPRINGS [PD]
28Oct71
Associate Producer Nicholas E. Baehr (end)
Teleplay by Arnold Somkin & John Thomas James / Story by John Thomas James
Directed by Nicholas Colasanto
Director of Photography John M. Stephens
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars:
Carmen Matthews as Caroline Rangley
Patricia Harty as Lucy Fielding
Sian Barbara Allen as Sister Grace
Co-Starring: (end credits)
John Ragin ........ Edward Fielding
Logan Ramsey ...... Smithers.
Synopsis 1:
Attempting to retrieve a widowÕs hidden gold from hostile Indian's land Heyes and Curry spend time in the deserted town
of Apache Springs with a lady evangelist, a stubborn Indian agent, a devious woman and a hotel keeper.
Synopsis 2:
Smith and Jones meet an unlucky lady evangelist, a stubborn Indian agent, a devious woman, and a hotel keeper when they
decide to spend time in the deserted town of Apache Springs while retrieving buried gold from hostile Indian lands.
Synopsis 3:
The hills are alive with the sound of--Apaches. Very hostile Chiricahuas are threatening Heyes and Curry’s attempt to
retrieve a widow’s hidden gold. [RF]
Synopsis 4:
A prospector's tough widow hires Heyes and Curry to retrieve hidden gold from Indian territory. [RF]

2.08 [22] Alias Smith & Jones: NIGHT OF THE RED DOG [PD]
4Nov71
Associate Producer Nicholas E. Baehr (end)
Teleplay by Dick Nelson & John Thomas James / Story by John Thomas James
Directed by Russ Mayberry
Director of Photography John M. Stephens
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
Jack Kelly
as Dr. Chauncey Beauregard
Joe Flynn as Ralph Marsden
Robert Pratt as Billy Boggs
Special Guest Star:
Rory Calhoun as Jason Holloway
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Paul Fix .............. Clarence
With:
Shannon Christie ...... Florence
Patricia CHandler ..... Secretary
Synopsis 1:
Heyes and Curry find themselves holed up for the winter in a snow-bound cabin and involved in a marathon poker game with
$112,000 in gold dust as the stakes.
Synopsis 2:
Curry and Heyes try to help a dying prospector, who leaves the location of his mine to them and four others present when
he dies. But a long winter snowed in together produces thefts and a marathon poker game.
Synopsis 3:
A prospector who thinks he is going to die gives gold-strike maps to Heyes, Curry and several others. [RF]

2.09 [23] Alias Smith & Jones: THE REFORMATION OF HARRY BRISCOE [PD]
11Nov71
Associate Producer Nicholas E. Baehr (end)
Teleplay by B W Sandefur & John Thomas James / Story by John Thomas James
Directed by Barry Shear
Director of Photography John M. Stephens
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Star:
J.D. Cannon as Harry Briscoe
Special Guest Star:
Jane Wyatt as Sister Julia
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Dub Taylor ............. Jim
Joyce Jameson .......... Madge
Jane Merrow ............ Sister Isabel/Molly
With:
Alan Baxter ............ Sam
Read Morgan ............ Charlie
Beverly Carter ......... Laura
C. Elliott Montgomery .. Grocery Clerk
Synopsis 1:
Two nuns are helped by Heyes and Curry when their wagon breaks down. But appearances can be decieving when Harry Briscoe
claims that Sister Isabel is a fake and a thief.
Synopsis 2:
After helping a pair of nuns whose wagon has broken down, Smith and Jones run into Harry Briscoe who claims one of the nuns
is a fake who stole $30,000 from a bank she worked at.
Synopsis 3:
A simple act of kindness to two nuns with a broken-down wagon leads to trouble for Heyes and Curry. [RF]

2.10 [24] Alias Smith & Jones: DREADFUL SORRY CLEMENTINE
18Nov71 or 25Nov71
Written by Glen A.Larson and John Thomas James
Directed by Barry Shear
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
Sally Field ......... Clementine Hale
Don Ameche .......... Diamond Jim Guffy
Rudy Vallee ......... Winford Fletcher
Keenan Wynn ......... Horace Wingate
Jackie Coogan ....... Crawford.
Synopsis 1:
Heyes and Curry run into their old friend Clementine Hale and become involved in a $50,000 swindle scheme.
Synopsis 2:
Clementine Hale tries to maneuver Heyes and Curry into her swindle. [RF]

2.11 [25] Alias Smith & Jones: SHOOTOUT AT DIABLO STATION [PD]
2Dec71
Teleplay by William D. Gordon/ Story by John Thomas James
Directed by Jeffrey Hayden
Director of Photography William Cronjager
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
Howard Duff as George Fendler
Anne Archer as Ellen Lewis
Special Guest Stars:
Neville Brand as Chuck Gorman
Pat O'Brien as Hayfoot
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Steve Sandor ......... Bud
Elizabeth Lane ....... Mary Lewis
Bill Fletcher ........ Hank
Mike Road ............ Sheriff Lom Trevors (recurring)
With:
Jim Antonio .......... Harry
Gary Van Ormon ....... Ward Webster
Jack Manning ......... Bart Lewis
Synopsis 1:
Seven stagecoach passengers, including Heyes and Curry, are held by outlaws as bait for a trap to ambush sheriff Lom Trevors.
Synopsis 2:
Heyes and Curry are part of a group held hostage at a stage stop by outlaws waiting to ambush sheriff Lom Trevers.
Synopsis 3:
Captives Heyes and Curry cannot stop an ambush on a sheriff chum. [RF]

2.12 [26] Alias Smith & Jones: THE BOUNTY HUNTER [PD] *****
9Dec71
Teleplay by Nicholas E. Baehr/ Story by John Thomas James
Directed by Barry Shear
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Star:
Lou Gossett (Jr.) as Joe Sims
Special Guest Star:
Robert Middleton as Grayson
Co-Starring: (end credits)
R.G. Armstrong ......... Max
Robert Donner .......... Nate
with:
Robert Easton .......... Hank
James McCallion ........ Jesse
Geoffrey Lewis ......... Al
Synopsis 1:
Black bounty hunter Joe Sims is determined to collect his reward on Heyes and Curry despite the fact that they twice
save his life from racial bigots.
Synopsis 2:
A black bounty hunter catches Heyes and Curry and hangs onto them even after they twice save his life from bigots
determined to turn them in themselves.
Synopsis:
A bounty-hunting former slave captures Heyes and Curry, who later escape and save his life. [RF]

2.13 [27] Alias Smith & Jones: EVERYTHING ELSE YOU CAN STEAL [PD]
16Dec71
Written by John Thomas James
Directed by Alexander Singer
Director of Photography William Cronjager
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
Patrick O'Neal as Kenneth Blake
Jessica Walter as Louise Carson
Special Guest Stars:
Ann Sothern as Blackjack Jenny
David Canary as Sheriff Coffin
Co-Starring:
Kermit Murdcock ......... Henry Blodgett
with:
Dennis Rucker ........... Billy Black
Parker West ............. Caleb White
Allen Joseph ............ Old Man
Robert Gooden ........... Deputy Sheriff
Synopsis 1:
Heyes and Curry are back in trouble with the law when they become involved with con man Kenneth Blake and his girl friend.
Synopsis 2:
The guys run across a shady lady and a charming con man.
Synopsis 3:
Curry and Heyes meet a friend while trying to clear themselves of bank-robbery charges. [RF]

2.14 [28] Alias Smith & Jones: MIRACLE AT SANTA MARTA [PD]
30Dec71 (Peter Duel died the day this episode aired)
Teleplay by Dick Nelson and John Thomas James / Story by John Thomas James
Directed by Vincent Sherman
Director of Photography William Cronjager
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
Patricia Crowley as Meg Parker
Ina Balin as Margaret Carruthers
Special Guest Stars:
Craig Stevens
Nico Minardos as Alcalde
Joanna Barnes as Mrs. Hanley
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Gregory Walcott ........ Sam Bleeker
Charles Tyner .......... Turner
With:
Fernando Escandon ...... Clerk
Steven Gravers ......... Bookie
Rudy Diaz .............. 1st Policeman
Ref Sanchez ............ Stableman
Synopsis 1:
Hannibal Heyes has to clear Kid Curry of a false murder charge.
Synopsis 2:
Kid Curry is again falsely accused of murder and it's up to Heyes
to save the day.
Note: Opening scene filmed on the Shiloh Ranch set used for many years on "The Virginian"
Synopsis 3:
Curry's high-paying job for a rich Easterner ends suddenly when Curry is charged with his employer's murder. [RF]

2.15 [29] Alias Smith & Jones: 21 DAYS TO TENSTRIKE [PD]
6Jan72
Associate Producer Steve Heilpern (end credits)
Assistant to Producer Arthur E. McLaird (end credits)
Teleplay by Irving Pearlberg & John Thomas James / Story by John Tomas James
Directed by Mel Ferber
Director of Photography William Cronjager
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars:
Walter Brennan as Gantry
Pernell Roberts as Terence Tynan
Linda Marsh as Elizabeth Tynan
Robert Colbert as Bud
Special Guest Stars:
Steve Forrest as Jake
Glenn Corbett as Ralph
With: (end credits)
John Haworth .......... Steve
Richard Wright ........ Hank
Harry Harvey, Sr. ..... Senior
Paul Schott ........... Phil
[ NOT ON CREDITS ?????Dick Cavett as Sheriff]
Synopsis 1:
After joining a cattle drive Kid Curry finds himself the chief  suspect when one of the cowboys is found murdered.
Synopsis 2:
The guys join a cattle drive and Kid Curry finds himself accused of murder again.
Synopsis 3:
Heyes and Curry join a cattle drive, then murders occur. [RF]

2.16 [30] Alias Smith & Jones: THE McCREEDY BUST - GOING, GOING, GONE [PD] *****
13Jan72
Associate Producer Nicholas E. Baehr (end credits)
Assistant to Producer Arthur E. McLaird (end credits)
Teleplay by Nicholas E Baehr / Story by John Thomas James
Directed by Alexander Singer
Director of Photography William Cronjager
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Star:
Lee Majors as Joe Briggs
Special Guest Stars:
Burl Ives as Big Mac McCreedy
Bradford Dillman as Spencer
Caesar Romero as Armendariz
With: (end credits)
Ted Gehring ........... Seth Griffin
Bing Russell .......... Sheriff
Mitch Carter .......... Luke
Paul Micale ........... Little Man
Robert P. Lieb ........ Auctioneer
Synopsis 1:
Kid Curry is forced into a showdown with gunman Joe Briggs  while waiting for Big Mac McCreedy's Roman bust to arrive.
Synopsis 2:
Heyes and Curry refuse to steal Mac McCreedy's Roman bust a second time, but they do agree to get it to San Francisco
for an auction. While they wait for it to arrive in a small town along the way, Curry has a series of confrontations with the town bully.
(Note: Excellent Performance by Ben Murphy when he finally  makes a stand against the town bully played by Lee Majors)
Synopsis 3:
Rancher McCreedy asks Curry and Heyes to dispose of a bust of Caesar that has caused a feud. [RF]

2.17 [31] Alias Smith & Jones: THE MAN WHO BROKE THE BANK AT RED GAP [PD]
20Jan72
Associate Producer Steve Heilpern (end credits)
Assistant to Producer Arthur E. McLaird (end credits)
Teleplay : Ronson Howitzer & John Thomas James (check) /  Story : John Thomas James (check)
Directed by Richard Benedict
Director of Photography William Cronjager
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Star :
Broderick Crawford as Powers
Special Guest Star:
Rudy Vallée as Winford Fletcher
Co-Starring: (end crdits):
Ford Rainey ........... Collins
Dennis Fimple ......... Kyle
with:
Clarke Gordon ......... Sheriff McWhirter
Bill Toomey ........... Jenkins
Jerry Harper .......... Townsman
Joe Schneider ......... Jesse
Richard Wright ........ Billy
Synopsis 1:
After an embezzling banker frames Heyes and Curry for a bank robbery they arrange a second bank robbery to clear their names.
Synopsis 2:
The guys are framed for bank robbery by an embezzling banker, but
they turn the tables on him by arranging for a second bank robbery to clear their names.

2.18 [32] Alias Smith & Jones: THE MEN THAT CORRUPTED HADLEYBURG [PD]
[This is the final episode that features Pete Duel]
27Jan72
Teleplay : Dick Nelson & John Thomas James / Story : John Thomas James
Director : Jeff Corey
Starring: Pete Duel & Ben Murphy
Guest Stars :
J.D. Cannon as Harry Briscoe
Sheree North as Bess Tapscott
Wally Cox as Matt Tapscott
Andy Devine as Sheriff Pintell
Adam West as Brubaker
Dave Garroway [Judge ],
Synopsis 1:
Heyes and Curry help a family that put them in prison and then helped them escape.
Synopsis 2:
The capture of Heyes and Curry represents paydirt for a poor prospector and his family.
Synopsis 3:
A prospector and his family capture Heyes and Curry then become so fond of the outlaws that they set them free. [RF]

Alias Smith and Jones (Roger Davis episodes) (last 5 episodes of Season 2 + Season 3) (ABC) (Jan1972-Jan1973)

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