Hannibal Heyes and Kid Curry, two of the most wanted outlaws in the history of the West, are popular "with everyone except the railroads and the banks", since "in all the trains and banks they robbed, they never shot anyone".
Last Episode03x12 Only Three to a Bed Aired: Jan. 13, 1973
The boys accept the offer of a vacation - but doesn't realize that the activities during this vacation involves catching and taming wild horses. …
Alias Smith And Jones: Season 2, Episode #15 - The McCreedy Bust: Going, Goin...
Heyes and Curry are hired to dispose of a very expensive bust of Caesar.
Alias Smith And Jones: Season 2, Episode #6 - Six Strangers At Apache Springs
A prospector's tough-talking widow hires Heyes and Curry to bring a hidden cache of gold down from the hills.
Series Fun Facts
- Following co-star Pete Duel's sudden death on December 31, 1971, production on the series came to a halt for only half a day. Filming resumed on the afternoon of January 1, 1972 with Roger…
[show]Following co-star Pete Duel's sudden death on December 31, 1971, production on the series came to a halt for only half a day. Filming resumed on the afternoon of January 1, 1972 with Roger Davis re-filming Duel's scenes for the episode in production at the time of his death.
- The tragic death of series star Pete Duel on December 31, 1971 was not acknowledged by ABC when the next episode aired as scheduled on Thursday January 6, 1972.
- Roger Davis played a Smiling Gunman in season 2 and was killed by Kid Curry. Davis returned to the series to replace Pete Duel after Duel committed suicide.