Alias Smith and Jones

Season 2 Episode 13

Everything Else You Can Steal

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Dec 16, 1971 on ABC
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Tired and weary, Heyes and the Kid discover that they are accused of burgling a bank. They decide to go there and investigate, since their amnesty is at stake. Also present is Blackjack Jenny, whose son Billy disappeared after telegraphing her about a job there. She is convinced that Billy and his friend Caleb are dead. Heyes and the Kid confront the bank manager, and manage to convince him that they are bounty hunters, and that they were on Heyes and the Kid´s track far away when the burglary took place. That way he gives them the name of the woman who said that it was Heyes and the Kid who stole the money. But is there someone else involved?moreless

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    Pete Duel

    Pete Duel

    Joshua Smith/Hannibal Heyes

    Ben Murphy

    Ben Murphy

    Thaddeus Jones/Jed "Kid" Curry

    Patrick O'Neal

    Patrick O'Neal

    Kenneth Blake

    Guest Star

    Jessica Walter

    Jessica Walter

    Louise Carson

    Guest Star

    Kermit Murdock

    Kermit Murdock

    Henry Blodgett

    Guest Star

    Roger Davis

    Roger Davis

    Narrator (uncredited)

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      • Heyes: The only thing in life you have to earn is love; everything else you can steal.
        Kid: Heyes, I didn't know you were a poet!
        Heyes: I'm not! I stole it!

      • Black Jack Jenny: (To Heyes) Well, Mr. Jones! Mighty nice of you to buy a lady a drink, especially when she needs one.
        Heyes: My pleasure, ma'am. And the name is Smith, The Kid is Jones.
        Black Jack Jenny(ironically): You mean it makes a difference?
        Sheriff (Entering): Smith, I'd like a word with you!
        Heyes: See, it does. Excuse me!

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