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Alias Smith and Jones (5-Jan-1971)

Director: Gene Levitt

Writers: Glen A. Larson; Douglas Heyes (as "Matthew Howard")

Music: Billy Goldenberg

Producer: Glen A. Larson

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Drury
Actor
18-Apr-1934   The Virginian
Peter Duel
Actor
24-Feb-1940 31-Dec-1971 Alias Smith and Jones
Sid Haig
Actor
14-Jul-1939   House of 1000 Corpses
Earl Holliman
Actor
11-Sep-1928   The Rainmaker
Susan Saint James
Actor
14-Aug-1946   Wife in McMillan and Wife
Bill McKinney
Actor
12-Sep-1931 1-Dec-2011 Deliverance
Ben Murphy
Actor
6-Mar-1942   Alias Smith and Jones
Jeanette Nolan
Actor
30-Dec-1911 5-Jun-1998 Annette Deveraux on Hotel de Paree
John Russell
Actor
3-Jan-1921 19-Jan-1991 Lawman
Forrest Tucker
Actor
12-Feb-1919 25-Oct-1986 Sgt. O'Rourke on F Troop

CAST

Peter Duel   ...   Hannibal Heyes ("Smith")
Ben Murphy   ...   Kid Curry ("Jones")
Starring
Forrest Tucker   ...   Deputy Wilkins
Susan Saint James   ...   Miss Porter
James Drury   ...   Sheriff Trevors
Jeanette Nolan   ...   Birdie Pickett
Special Guest Star
Earl Holliman   ...   Wheat
Co-Starring
Dennis Fimple   ...   Kyle
Bill Fletcher   ...   Kane
John Russell   ...   Marshall
with
Charles Dierkop   ...   Shields
Bill McKinney   ...   Lobo
Sid Haig   ...   Outlaw
John Harper   ...   Outlaw
Jon Shank   ...   Outlaw
Peter Brocco   ...   Pincus
Harry Hickox   ...   Bartender
Owen Bush   ...   Engineer
Julie Cobb   ...   Young Girl

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