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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Alias Smith And Jones' in the 1970s:

1970s Episode Guide for 'Alias Smith And Jones':

(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)

January 5, 1971: Alias Smith And Jones
Season 1, episode 1
W: Glen A. Larson, Matthew Howard   D: Gene Levitt

With Dennis Fimple (Kyle Murtry), Charles Dierkop (Shields), James Drury (Sheriff Lom Trevors), Earl Holliman (Wheat Carlson), Jeanette Nolan (Miss Birdie), John Russell (Marshall), Susan Saint James (Miss Porter), Forrest Tucker (Deputy Harker Wilkins), Bill McKinney (Lobo), Sid Haig (Outlaw).
Two notorious outlaws decide to go straight when a life of crime becomes too difficult. Pilot movie for the upcoming series.

January 21, 1971: The McCreedy Bust
Season 1, episode 2
W: Sy Salkowitz   D: Gene Levitt

With Edward Andrews (Ralph Peterson), Mills Watson (Blake), Charles Wagenheim (Bartender), Cesar Romero (Armendariz), Burl Ives (Big Mac McCreedy).
Heyes and Curry are hired by a rich rancher to retrieve a bust of Caesar which was stolen from him.

January 28, 1971: Exit From Wickenburg
Season 1, episode 3
W: Robert Hamner   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Ford Rainey (Warren Epps), Lew Brown (Frank Johnson), Dan Kemp (Al Gorman), Paul Kent (Ben Morrison), Johnny Lee (Tommy Cunningham), Mark Lenard (Jim Plummer), Slim Pickens (Mike), Pernell Roberts (Sam Finrock), Susan Strasberg (Mary Cunningham), Amzie Strickland (Girl).
Smith and Jones try to find out why someone is determined they leave a town where they have found safe employment with a widow who runs a saloon.

February 4, 1971: Wrong Train To Brimstone
Season 1, episode 4
W: Stephen Kandel, John Thomas James   D: Jeffrey Hayden

With J.D. Cannon (Harry Briscoe), Beth Brickell (Sara Blaine), Harry Hickox (Strothers), William Mims (Grady), J. Pat O'Malley (H.T. McDuff), William Windom (Jeremiah Daley), William Christopher (Telegrapher), Charles H. Gray (Carl Grant), Jon Lormer (Farmer).
Heyes and Curry find themselves posing as private agents hired to thwart a robbery when they board a train.

February 11, 1971: The Girl In Boxcar #3
Season 1, episode 5
W: Howard Browne   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Heather Menzies (Annabelle), Claudia Bryar (Minerva Lambert), Michael Carr (Briggs), Conlan Carter (Breen), Royal Dano (John Lambert), Jack Garner (Stacey), Alan Hale Jr. (Andrew Greer), John Larch (Mike Griffin).
Heyes and Curry agree to deliver to a nearby town $50,000 withdrawn from a bank just before it closed permanently.

February 18, 1971: The Great Shell Game
Season 1, episode 6
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Richard Benedict

With Peter Breck (Chuck Morgan), Sam Jaffe (Soapy Saunders), Diana Muldaur (Grace Turner).
Heyes acts like he's lost interest in amnesty when he takes a beautiful woman to a gambling house.

February 25, 1971: Return To Devil's Hole
Season 1, episode 7
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Bruce Kessler

With Dennis Fimple (Kyle Murtry), Bill McKinney (Lobo), Vaughn Taylor (Desk Clerk), Brett Halsey (Hamilton), Diana Hyland (Clara Phillips), Fernando Lamas (Big Jim Santana), Lee de Broux (Hardcase), Sid Haig (Merkle), Jon Lormer (Desk Clerk).
Hannibal takes a woman to his old hideaway, believing she is looking for her husband when she is actually out to kill one of the outlaws.

March 4, 1971: A Fistful Of Diamonds
Season 1, episode 8
W: Robert Hamner   D: Jeffrey Hayden

With Sam Jaffe (Soapy Saunders), Mike Road (Lom Trevors), John McGiver (August Binford), Michele Carey (Betsy Jamison).
Heyes and Curry's chances for amnesty are threatened by a banker who has embezzled from his own bank and murdered and robbed to cover his tracks. The banker blames his crimes on them, and they must get him to confess to his crimes.

March 11, 1971: Stagecoach Seven
Season 1, episode 9
W: Dick Nelson, John Thomas James   D: Richard Benedict

With Dana Elcar (Benjamin T. Bowers), Mitzi Hoag (Winifred Bowers), Steve Ihnat (Harry Downs), L.Q. Jones (Clint Weaver), John Kellogg (Joe), Randolph Mantooth (Dan Loomis), Geoffrey Lewis (Patch), Keenan Wynn (Charlie Utley), Angela Clarke (Hannah Utley), Sallie Shockley (Ellen Loomis).
Heyes and Curry are trapped and tied up while two armed groups battle for the privilege of collecting the price on their heads.

March 18, 1971: The Man Who Murdered Himself
Season 1, episode 10
W: Robert Hamner, John Thomas James   D: Jeffrey Hayden

With Juliet Mills (Julia Finney), Patrick Macnee (Norman Alexander), Charles Davis (Kevin Finney), Maurice Hill (Miles Parker), Dennis Fimple (Kyle), Slim Pickens (Sheriff Benton), Don Keefer (Dr. Wilson), Bill McKinney (Lobo).
Heyes and a group of archaeologists whom he has been hired to guide are only a few miles out of town when he begins to suspect that they are out for something more than the burial ground of a forgotten tribe of Indians.

March 25, 1971: The Root Of It All
Season 1, episode 11
W: Howard Browne, Jo Swerling Jr.   D: Barry Shear

With Meg Wyllie (Prudence Palmer), Mills Watson (Squint Simpson), Victoria Thompson (Margaret Chapman), Logan Ramsey (Oscar Rosewood), Tom Ewell (Deputy Treadwell), Judy Carne (Leslie O'Hara).
Heyes and Curry unwittingly endanger their chances for amnesty when they are drawn into a hunt for a lost Civil War payroll.

April 1, 1971: The Fifth Victim
Season 1, episode 12
W: John Thomas James, Glen A. Larson   D: Fernando Lamas

With Barbara Rhoades (Helen), C. Lindsay Workman (Minister), Bill Quinn (Doctor), Woodrow Parfrey (Sam Winters), Boyd 'Red' Morgan (Augie Helms), Sean Garrison (Harvey Bishop), Joseph Campanella (Jake Carlson), Ramon Bieri (Sheriff Moody), Sharon Acker (Rachel Carlson).
Curry tries to find out who is methodically murdering the participants in a poker game after Heyes almost becomes one of the victims.

April 8, 1971: Journey From San Juan
Season 1, episode 13
W: Dick Nelson   D: Jeffrey Hayden

With Dub Taylor (Johnson), Gregory Sierra (Juan), Susan Oliver (Blanche Graham), Nico Minardos (El Clavo), Joaquin Martinez (Carlos), Claudine Longet (Michelle Monet), Med Flory (Marshal), Curt Conway (McKendricks).
Heyes and Curry pose as cowboys rounding up maverick cattle in Mexico while hunting more lucrative game.

April 15, 1971: Never Trust An Honest Man
Season 1, episode 14
W: Philip DeGuere   D: Douglas Heyes

With Ford Rainey (Father), Burt Mustin (Jeweler), Bill Fletcher (Logan), Marj Dusay (Christine McNeice), Robert Donner (Preacher), Severn Darden (Oscar Harlenjen / Alan Harlenjen), Richard Anderson (James Quirt).
After mistakenly taking a bag containing a fortune in diamonds, Heyes and Curry return it to a railroad magnate. But when he examines the contents and finds the rocks are fakes, he sends his personal posse after them.

April 22, 1971: The Legacy Of Charlie O'Rourke
Season 1, episode 15
W: Dick Nelson   D: Jeffrey Hayden

With J.D. Cannon (Harry Briscoe), Guy Raymond (Sheriff Carver), Erik Holland (Kurt Schmitt), Joan Hackett (Alice Banion), Billy Green Bush (Charlie O'Rourke).
Paying a farewell call on an old outlaw friend just before he's to be hanged leads to a heap of trouble for Heyes and Curry.

September 16, 1971: The Day They Hanged Kid Curry
Season 2, episode 1
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Barry Shear

With Slim Pickens (Sheriff Whitaker), Robert Morse (Fred Philpotts), Earl Holliman (Wheat), Walter Brennan (Silky O'Sullivan), Belinda Montgomery (Penelope Roach), Henry Jones (Judge), Dennis Fimple (Kyle), Paul Fix (Tom Hansen), Frank Maxwell (Defense Attorney), Vaughn Taylor (Willis), Amzie Strickland (Miss Buckley).
Western-adventure which debuted last January as a replacement series begins its first full season. Heyes and Curry's hope of winning amnesty for their past crimes is in jeopardy when they discover a youth has been posing as the notorious Kid Curry -- and in that guise he's been convicted of murder.

September 23, 1971: How To Rob A Bank In One Hard Lesson
Season 2, episode 2
W: David Moessinger   D: Alexander Singer

With Jack Cassidy (Harry Wagner), Greg Mullavey (Deputy Lee Harper), Karen Machon (Lorraine), Joanna Barnes (Janet Judson).
Heyes is forced to engineer a bank robbery to save Curry, who is being held captive by two women.

September 30, 1971: Jailbreak At Junction City
Season 2, episode 3
W: John Thomas James   D: Jeffrey Hayden

With James Wainwright (Ribs Johnson), Kenneth Tobey (Sheriff Slocum), George Montgomery (Curt Clitterhouse), Jack Albertson (Judge Handley), Angus Duncan (Chester Brubaker).
Reformed outlaws Heyes and Curry perform brilliantly when they are deputized to bring in two holdup men.

October 7, 1971: Smiler With A Gun
Season 2, episode 4
W: Max Hodge   D: Fernando Lamas

With Roger Davis (Denny Bilson), Barbara Stuart (Lurene), Harry Lauter (Sheriff), Will Geer (Seth), Leo Gordon (Ebenezer), Milton Frome (Barker).
Heyes and Curry, joined by a smiling, boyish gunman, help an old prospector work his gold mine in the desert. After the fortune has been dug, however, the gunman runs off with the loot, leaving them alone in the desert.

October 14, 1971: The Posse That Wouldn't Quit
Season 2, episode 5
W: Pat Fielder   D: Harry Falk

With Richard X. Slattery (Sheriff Morrison), Vera Miles (Belle Jordan), Charles H. Gray (Jesse Jordan), Lisa Eilbacher (Bridget Jordan), Cindy Eilbacher (Beth Jordan), Sidney Clute (Prosecutor).
Heyes and Curry hide out at a small ranch to avoid a persistent posse. Finally captured, they are freed by a ranch owner and her two daughters who are later charged with aiding desperadoes.

October 21, 1971: Something To Get Hung About
Season 2, episode 6
W: Nicholas E. Baehr   D: Jack Arnold

With Monte Markham (Jim Stokely), Meredith MacRae (Sarah Henderson), Paul Carr (Hank Henderson), Noah Beery Jr. (Sheriff), Roger Perry (R.M. Foster), Ken Lynch (Sheriff Gaines).
Heyes and Curry's success in convincing a rancher's runaway wife to return to her husband fails when the rancher is murdered.

October 28, 1971: Six Strangers At Apache Springs
Season 2, episode 7
W: Arnold Somkin, John Thomas James   D: David Colasanto

With John S. Ragin (Edward Fielding), Carmen Matthews (Caroline Rangely), Sian Barbara Allen (Sister Grace), Patricia Barry (Lucy Fielding), Logan Ramsey (Smithers).
Heyes and Curry are captured by Indians while trying to recover gold caches belonging to a prospector's widow.

November 4, 1971: Night Of The Red Dog
Season 2, episode 8
W: Dick Nelson, John Thomas James   D: Russ Mayberry

With Robert Pratt (Billy Boggs), Jack Kelly (Doc Beauregard), Joe Flynn (Ralph Marsden), Paul Fix (Clarence Bowles), Rory Calhoun (Jason Holloway).
A fabulous gold mine turns into bad times for Heyes and Curry.

November 11, 1971: The Reformation Of Harry Briscoe
Season 2, episode 9
W: B.W. Sandefur, John Thomas James   D: Barry Shear

With J.D. Cannon (Harry Briscoe), Jane Wyatt (Sister Julia), Jane Merrow (Sister Isabel), Dub Taylor (Jim), Joyce Jameson (Madge).
When Heyes and Curry help two nuns, they get involved with an unlikely bank thief and a con artist from their past.

November 18, 1971: Dreadful Sorry, Clementine
Season 2, episode 10
W: Glen A. Larson, John Thomas James   D: Barry Shear

With Keenan Wynn (Horace Wingate), Rudy Vallee (Winford Fletcher), Jackie Coogan (Crawford), Don Ameche (Diamond Jim Guffy), Sally Field (Clementine Hale).
Sally Field joins the cast in a recurring role as Clementine Hale, a lovable rogue type. Because she is the only person possessing a picture of Heyes and Curry, she's a major threat to their amnesty hopes.

December 2, 1971: Shootout At Diablo Station
Season 2, episode 11
W: William D. Gordon   D: Jeffrey Hayden

With Bill Fletcher (Hank), Pat O'Brien (Hayfoot Stockton), Steve Sandor (Bud), Mike Road (Sheriff Lom Trevors), Elizabeth Lane (Mary Lewis), Howard Duff (George Fendler), Neville Brand (Chuck Gorman), Anne Archer (Ellen Lewis), Jim Antonio (Harry).
Heyes and Curry are helpless captives while plans progress to ambush their friend, Sheriff Trevors.

December 9, 1971: The Bounty Hunter
Season 2, episode 12
W: Nicholas E. Baehr   D: Barry Shear

With Robert Middleton (Grayson), Lou Gossett Jr. (Joe Sims), Robert Donner (Nate), R.G. Armstrong (Max), Geoffrey Lewis (Al).
Heyes and Curry discover that goodness doesn't always pay after they save the life of a bounty hunter who promptly recaptures them.

December 16, 1971: Everything Else You Can Steal
Season 2, episode 13
W: John Thomas James   D: Alexander Singer

With Jessica Walter (Louise Carson), Patrick O'Neal (Kenneth Blake), Kermit Murdock (Henry Blodgett), David Canary (Sheriff Coffin), Ann Sothern (Blackjack Jenny), Richard Hatch (Accomplice).
When Heyes and Curry are charged with robbing a bank, they must find the real culprit or lose ther chance for amnesty.

December 30, 1971: Miracle At Santa Marta
Season 2, episode 14
W: Dick Nelson, John Thomas James   D: Vincent Sherman

With Gregory Walcott (Sam Bleeker), Charles Tyner (Turner), Craig Stevens (Rolf Hanley), Nico Minardos (El Alcalde), Pat Crowley (Meg Parker), Joanna Barnes (Mrs. Hanley), Ina Balin (Margaret Carruthers).
Curry gets a well-paying job with a wealthy Easterner and then is charged with murdering him. The case against Curry seems airtight when Heyes rides into the small Mexican town, because Curry was apparently the only one in town who knew the man or could profit from his death.

January 6, 1972: 21 Days To Tenstrike
Season 2, episode 15
W: John Thomas James, Irving Pearlberg   D: Mel Ferber

With Pernell Roberts (Terrence Tynan), Linda Marsh (Elizabeth Tynan), Steve Forrest (Jake), Glenn Corbett (Ralph), Dick Cavett (Sheriff), Walter Brennan (Gantry).
Heyes and Curry join a cattle drive and find themselves in the middle of a murder spree.

January 13, 1972: The McCreedy Bust: Going, Going, Gone!
Season 2, episode 16
W: Nicholas E. Baehr   D: Alexander Singer

With Cesar Romero (Armendariz), Lee Majors (Joe Briggs), Burl Ives (Big Mac McCreedy), Bradford Dillman (Spencer), Ted Gehring (Seth Griffin), Bing Russell (Sheriff).
Heyes and Curry are hired by a wealthy rancher to dispose of a controversial $10,000 bust of Caesar, but first they must recover the bust from an equally wealthy Mexican rancher.

January 20, 1972: The Man Who Broke The Bank At Red Gap
Season 2, episode 17
W: John Thomas James, Ronson Howitzer   D: Richard Benedict

With Ford Rainey (Deputy D.A. Collins), Dennis Fimple (Kyle Murtry), Rudy Vallee (Winford Fletcher), Clarke Gordon (Sheriff McWhirter), Broderick Crawford (Chester E. Powers).
Heyes and Curry are charged with a new bank robbery after meeting a bank owner.

January 27, 1972: The Men That Corrupted Hadleyburg
Season 2, episode 18
W: John Thomas James, Dick Nelson   D: Jeff Corey

With Wally Cox (Matt Tapscott), J.D. Cannon (Harry Briscoe), Adam West (Brubaker), Sheree North (Bess Tapscott), Dave Garroway (Judge Martin), Gene Evans (Phillips), Andy Devine (Sheriff Bintell).
Heyes and Curry are captured by a prospector, his wife and their son, but the reformed outlaws so captivate their captors that they are freed.

February 3, 1972: The Biggest Game In The West
Season 2, episode 19
W: John Thomas James   D: Alexander Singer

With Dennis Fimple (Kyle Murtry), Donald Woods (Halberstam), Chill Wills (Bixby), Rod Cameron (Sheriff Grimly), Jim Backus (J.P. Sterling), Ford Rainey (Collins), Bill McKinney (Lobo Briggs), Jon Lormer (Parsons).
When Heyes convinces Curry that they can use $200,000 in counterfeit cash to raise funds legitimately, neither one knows the trouble he's going to cause.

February 10, 1972: Which Way To The OK Corral?
Season 2, episode 20
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Jack Arnold

With Burl Ives (Big Mac McCreedy), Bill Fletcher (Doc Holliday), Cameron Mitchell (Wyatt Earp), Michele Lee (Georgette Sinclair), Jackie Coogan (Harvey Clifford), Neville Brand (Sam Bacon), William Mims (Will McIntyre), Virginia Gregg (Emma McIntyre), Bill Quinn (Dispatcher).
Heyes and Curry are hired by a rich rancher to prove him innocent of a murder charge, and discover the assignment leads them to Tombstone, where Wyatt Earp hangs out.

February 17, 1972: Don't Get Mad, Get Even
Season 2, episode 21
W: John Thomas James   D: Bruce Bilson

With Robert Middleton (Verle Wheelwright), Michele Lee (Georgette Sinclair), Walter Brennan (Silky O'Sullivan), John Banner (Otto), Karen Smith (Fanny Turpin), Gregg Palmer (Fermin).
Heyes and Curry gather $8,000 in gold dust which Heyes tries to double in a poker game, but instead is cheated out of his stake.

February 24, 1972: What's In It For Mia?
Season 2, episode 22
W: William D. Gordon   D: John J. Dumas

With Sallie Shockley (Charlotte Austin), Ida Lupino (Mia Bronson), Buddy Ebsen (George Austin).
Heyes and Curry declare war on Mia, the woman who owns and runs King City, after she has them beaten and thrown out of town.

March 2, 1972: Bad Night In Big Butte
Season 2, episode 23
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Richard L. Bare

With Arthur O'Connell (Sheriff of Big Butte), Michele Lee (Georgette Sinclair), Sam Jaffe (Soapy Saunders), Jack Elam (Boot Coby), Pat Buttram (First Sheriff), Mills Watson (Deputy Perkins).
Trying to avoid a bounty hunter, Heyes and Curry get deeper into trouble with their old friend, Georgette Sinclair.

September 16, 1972: The Long Chase
Season 3, episode 1
W: John Thomas James   D: Alexander Singer

With J.D. Cannon (Harry Briscoe), Larry Storch (Mugs McGeehu), Frank Sinatra Jr. (Deputy Wermser), George Keymas (Hank Silvers), James Drury (Sheriff Tankersley), Jon Lormer (Proprietor).
The third season begins. Heyes and Curry are captured by a determined posse. They are helped to escape by their old friend, Det. Harry Briscoe, who says he is taking them in.

September 23, 1972: High Lonesome Country
Season 3, episode 2
W: Dick Nelson   D: Alexander Singer

With Marie Windsor (Helen Archer), Buddy Ebsen (Phil Archer), Rod Cameron (Luke Billings).
Heyes and Curry are hired to trap wild animals by a ranch owner who intends to trap them instead.

September 30, 1972: The McCreedy Feud
Season 3, episode 3
W: Juanita Bartlett   D: Alexander Singer

With Burl Ives (Big Mac McCreedy), Cesar Romero (Armendariz), Katy Jurado (Carlotta), Dennis Fimple (Kyle Murtry).
Heyes and Curry are hired by a rancher to patch up his feud with a Mexican rancher, and they get arrested for their effort.

October 7, 1972: The Clementine Ingredient
Season 3, episode 4
W: Gloryette Clark   D: Jack Arnold

With Alejandro Rey (Ramon Cordoba), Sally Field (Clementine Hale), Ramon Bieri (Ted Thompson), Mills Watson (Chester).
With Clementine pretending to be Curry's wife, Heyes and Curry retire to the safety of the Mexican town of Santa Marta until their amnesty is made public, only to find their idyll haunted by Curry's jealousy.

October 21, 1972: Bushwack!
Season 3, episode 5
W: David Moessinger, John Thomas James   D: Jack Arnold

With Ford Rainey (Mr. Teshmacker), Glenn Corbett (Marty Alcott), Frank Converse (Chris Truitt), Michael Conrad (Mike McCloskey), Christine Belford (Ellie Alcott), Todd Martin (Pete), Charles H. Gray (Sheriff Wiggins), Buddy Foster (Alonzo Taylor).
A cattle owner saves Heyes and Curry from ambush and then involves them in a local range war.

October 28, 1972: What Happened At The XST?
Season 3, episode 6
W: John Thomas James   D: Jack Arnold

With Keenan Wynn (Artie Gorman), William Smith (Deputy Orville Larkin), Ed Nelson (Sheriff Frank Canton), Geoffrey Lewis (Deputy Burk Stover).
Heyes and Curry arrive at a Wyoming town to help a friend dig up buried loot.

November 4, 1972: The Ten Days That Shook Kid Curry
Season 3, episode 7
W: Gloryette Clark   D: Edward M. Abroms

With Shirley Knight (Amy Martin), Bill Fletcher (Doc Holliday), Edd Byrnes (Willard Riley), Barbara Bosson (Mrs. Schwedes), Bill Quinn (Hotel Clerk), Randall Carver (Young Man), Ted Gehring (Jorgensen), Frederic Downs (Judge).
Heyes and Curry are kidnapped and framed for a bank robbery.

November 25, 1972: The Day The Amnesty Came Through
Season 3, episode 8
W: Dick Nelson, John Thomas James   D: Jeff Corey

With John Russell (Sheriff Lom Trevors), Brett Halsey (Ed Starr), Robert Donner (Charlie Taylor), Lane Bradbury (Ellen Anderson), Warren Vanders (Curly Red Johnson), Jeff Corey (Governor Baxter), Gerald McRaney (Telegrapher), Charles Dierkop (Clayton Crewes).
Because of the sudden change in governors, Heyes and Curry finally get their chance to earn full amnesty for their past crimes.

December 2, 1972: The Strange Fate Of Conrad Meyer Zulick
Season 3, episode 9
W: Nicholas E. Baehr   D: Richard C. Bennett

With Dennis Rucker (Deputy), Slim Pickens (Sheriff Sam), Michael T. Mikler (Fallon), John Kellogg (Meade), David Canary (Doc Donovan), Sorrell Booke (Conrad Meyer Zulick).
Heyes and Curry are asked to rescue a mysterious man being held captive by striking Mexican miners.

December 9, 1972: McGuffin
Season 3, episode 10
W: Nicholas E. Baehr   D: Alexander Singer

With L.Q. Jones (Peterson), Clarke Gordon (McGuffin), Jackie Coogan (Passenger Agent), Darleen Carr (Kate Lewis), Walter Brooke (Chief Agent), Jack Manning (Dr. O'Connell).
With great fears of jeopardizing their chances for amnesty, Heyes and Curry agree to participate in a mysterious rescue south of the border.

December 16, 1972: Witness To A Lynching
Season 3, episode 11
W: Nicholas E. Baehr   D: Richard C. Bennett

With Kenneth Tobey (Sheriff Kimball), G.D. Spradlin (Simpson), Brenda Scott (Cybele Snively), John Russell (Sheriff Lom Trevors), John McGiver (Doc Snively), Ann Doran (Mrs. Simpson), Barry Cahill (Marshal Guthrie).
Sheriff Trevors gives his old friends Heyes and Curry an assignment more dangerous than the two ever faced in their career of bank robbing: protect the only witnesses to a lynching.

January 13, 1973: Only Three To A Bed
Season 3, episode 12
W: Richard Morris   D: Jeffrey Hayden

With Laurette Spang (Emma Sterling), John Kerr (George Sterling), Dean Jagger (Mark Tisdale), Paul Fix (Bronc), Dana Elcar (Sam Haney), Jo Ann Pflug (Bee Gee), Pepper Martin (Gunman).
Heyes and Curry's plans to make some easy money by bringing in a herd of wild horses from Piney Basin are upset by a stubborn old rancher who insists the unbranded horses belong to him. (Last show of the series.)

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