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  • As I said in my last review for the prior episode, however, it's a show where the two stars, Pete Duel and Ben Murphy, are separated

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      Alias Smith and Jones: The Great Shell Game is really nicely done. As I said in my last review for the prior episode, however, it’s a show where the two stars, Pete Duel and Ben Murphy, are separated. In fact, they don’t have a single scene together. That said, they do have equal

      time in the hour.

      For the first part of the show, we see Hannibal Heyes (Duel) wooing a sophisticated and beautiful woman named Grace Turner. Turner is played by the extremely talented and demure Diana Muldaur. Back in this era, she was on everything there was to be in. She was a sought-after, quality ...


      • performer.

        Almost midway through the show, Peter Breck (Nick on The Big Valley) appears and throws a wrench into Heyes’ activities. That’s when we get the flashback that shows up Kid Curry’s (Murphy) part of the tale. It’s what has happened to the Kid that is the impetus for what Heyes is doing.

        Alias Smith and

        Jones: The Great Shell Game is a hoot to a watch. I just really don’t like the fellas being separated. We do have some great acting here, though. Along with Breck, there’s the wonderful Sam Jaffe, who appears as Soapy Saunders, an old friend of Heyes and Curry. He’s a joy to watch.




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