The BEST episodes of Alias Smith and Jones
Every episode of Alias Smith and Jones ever, ranked from best to worst by thousands of votes from fans of the show. The best episodes of Alias Smith and Jones!
Hannibal Heyes and Kid Curry, two successful and popular outlaw cousins in the old West, decide it's time to go straight. The problem is that the governor just can't give them amnesty right away, they have to prove that they deserve it. And in the meantime they will still be wanted. Hunting them is everybody, from sheriffs to bounty hunters, to posses and ordinary people. Hannibal Heyes/Joshua Smith is the thinker, the poker player and the optimist, while Kid Curry/Thaddeus Jones is the quick-drawing worrier who sometimes is a bit slow. Together they are Smith and Jones... Other regular characters include "Big Mac" McCreedy, a wealthy ranch owner, who's feuding with his next door neighbour, senor Armendariz. Harry Briscoe is an agent with Bannerman detective agency, who's perhaps not the brightest man around. Clementine Hale is a woman with an enormous zest for life. She owns the only picture of Heyes and the Kid and often uses it to get them to get her out of trouble.
#2 - Exit from Wickenburg
Season 1 - Episode 3 - Aired 1/28/1971
Someone's trying to get the guys out of a town where they are helping a widow run from the saloon left to her by her late husband, but they can't figure out who's doing it or why.
#6 - Bad Night in Big Butte
Season 2 - Episode 23 - Aired 3/2/1972
Heyes and the Kid tracks friend Georgette to borrow some money for a high stakes poker game, but finds that George has plans of her own. She intends to get the loot from a insurance fraud, that will soon be statute-barred - a diamond, hidden somewhere in the hotel where the thief was captured. Present is also a professional bounty hunter, who also wants the diamond, and the sheriff who caught the original thief. Who will find the diamond first? George, the sheriff, the bounty hunter, or the diamond-seeking animal that Heyes brings?
#8 - Only Three to a Bed
Season 3 - Episode 12 - Aired 1/13/1973
The boys accept the offer of a vacation - but doesn't realize that the activities during this vacation involves catching and taming wild horses. They and their friend, Bronc, check into a boarding house near where the horses are, and meet some people whose coach has broken down. Among them is Beegee, a woman on the look-out for a husband, and who takes a good look at both Heyes and the Kid. And then there's the very religious man with a sister who has a crush on the Kid. But the boys must also battle wits with a ranch owner who thinks that the horses walk on his land. Prhaps the only solution is to shoot him to stop him from stealing ""their"" horses?Watch Now:Amazon
#10 - The Legacy of Charlie O'Rourke
Season 1 - Episode 15 - Aired 4/22/1971
A saloon entertainer and a special agent suspect that Heyes and Curry's interest in a condemned robber is the same as their own; a rumored fortune in stolen buried gold.Watch Now:Amazon
#11 - Don't Get Mad, Get Even
Season 2 - Episode 21 - Aired 2/17/1972
When Heyes loses his money to a crooked dealer, he threatens to expose the whole thing. But the owner of the casino calls the bluff, and Heyes and the Kid have to leave with their tails between their legs. Until Heyes creates a revenge plan, involving friend Georgette, a false necklace and selling it to the casino owner. But instead of falling for this trick the casino owner manages to steal the real necklace. Now things get really tough for Heyes, the Kid and Georgette, as the casino owner sees through their every bluff. Heyes finds out it's not so easy to out-con a con-man, but there is a solution to every problem...
#12 - What's in It for Mia?
Season 2 - Episode 22 - Aired 2/24/1972
A female casino owner runs a crooked game, and nearly kills Heyes and the Kid for trying to point that out. They wind up in the care of a man and his daughter. After hearing their story of how the casino owner destroyed the man's newspaper, and how he now dabbles in new techniques for printing, Heyes gets an idea of how to use the woman's greed to their advantage - by pretending to be able to print their own bills. But the woman turns out to be more careful than they thought, and it's not until they find a way to use that against her that they can finally end her reign.
#18 - A Fistful of Diamonds
Season 1 - Episode 8 - Aired 3/4/1971
After an embezzling banker / murderer sets up Curry and Heyes to take the fall for his crimes, the boys try to clear themselves by playing on his greed with a salted diamond field.
#21 - Which Way to the OK Corral?
Season 2 - Episode 20 - Aired 2/10/1972
Curry and Heyes sneak into Tombstone looking for a witness who could clear Big Mac McCreedy of a murder charge while trying to escape the notice of sheriff Wyatt Earp.
#22 - Smiler with a Gun
Season 2 - Episode 4 - Aired 10/7/1971
Heyes and the Kid meet two men at a carnival - one of them a gold digger, the other a fast-drawing cowboy with a big smile. The gold digger likes the three of them, and makes them an offer. If they come with him and work in his mine, they can share the gold between the four of them. When they decide that they've got enough gold, though, the smiling man disappears with the gold, the horses, and all provisions. Now Heyes, the Kid and the gold digger must get back to civilisation to get their gold back. But can they ""persuade"" the smiling man to share his gold with them? And can the Kid out-draw him?
#23 - The Man Who Murdered Himself
Season 1 - Episode 10 - Aired 3/18/1971
While Curry drives a wagonload of dynamite across rugged country, Heyes hires on as a guide for two Englishmen searching for a tribe of giant redheaded Indians rumored to have lived in the area of Devil's Hole.
#25 - The Posse That Wouldn't Quit
Season 2 - Episode 5 - Aired 10/14/1971
After being chased for weeks by a posse, Heyes and the Kid hide out on a ranch where a nice but poor family lives. They become idols of sorts for the two daughters, and quickly learn to like all of them. Then, when the posse finally shows up and demand that Heyes and the Kid come out, Heyes suggests that the family collects the bounty rather than the posse. The posse reluctantly gives them up, and the leader of the posse will not leave their side. On the way to the nearest sheriff office, however, the remaining posse are attacked - by the daughters. Heyes and the Kid get away, but changes their mind when they realize that the family could get in trouble for their sake. They return, but how can they stay out of jail if they have to give their identities away to the judge?