Alias Smith and Jones (1971–1973)
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The Day They Hanged Kid Curry 

Not Rated | | Western | Episode aired 16 September 1971
Hayes visits con artist Silky O'Sullivan at his San Francisco mansion - and discovers that Kid Curry's on trial for murder in Colorado. Heyes rushes to the town and sees Curry in the ... See full summary »

Director:

Barry Shear

Writers:

Glen A. Larson (created by), Glen A. Larson (teleplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Pete Duel ... Hannibal Heyes (alias Joshua Smith)
Ben Murphy ... Jed 'Kid' Curry (alias Thaddeus Jones)
Robert Morse ... Fred Philpotts
Walter Brennan ... Silky O'Sullivan
Slim Pickens ... Sheriff Whittaker
Belinda Montgomery ... Penny Roach
Henry Jones ... Judge
Earl Holliman ... Wheat
Dennis Fimple ... Kyle
Mickey Shaughnessy ... Deputy Hollis
Paul Fix ... Tom Hansen
Frank Maxwell ... Defense Attorney
Vaughn Taylor ... Willis
Dennis Rucker Dennis Rucker ... 2nd Deputy
Amzie Strickland ... Miss Buckley
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Storyline

Hayes visits con artist Silky O'Sullivan at his San Francisco mansion - and discovers that Kid Curry's on trial for murder in Colorado. Heyes rushes to the town and sees Curry in the audience - the man on trial's an impostor; who didn't committ the murder he's accused of. Written by Peter Harris

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Genres:

Western

Certificate:

Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 September 1971 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

4:3
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This episode took 11 days to film (as opposed to usual 6 days for a 1-hr episode), causing a time-squeeze which would subsequently haunt the series following Pete Duel's tragic death. Part of the delay was due to extremely hot weather on location shots, which aggravated guest star Walter Brennan's emphysema. See more »

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