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  • I love her sister, Hayley, and Juliet is a pleasure as well

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      Sadly, Alias Smith and Jones: The Man Who Murdered Himself is another show were Hannibal Heyes goes one way and Kid Curry another. It’s all to earn some money, but aside from the opening and the ending, the two partners are on separate track in this first season episode. It’s a

      good show; it’s a fun show, but it separates Pete Duel and Ben Murphy and I never have liked that. Duel gets the bigger part of the action in this outing, as well.

      I do enjoy watching Juliet Mills as Julia Finney. Mills is so talented and just a joy in her ...


      • performances. I love her sister, Hayley, and Juliet is a pleasure as well. Mills gets to interact a lot with Duel’s Hannibal Heyes and there’s a lot of verbal sparring and back and forth between them as they play a little game with each other.

        Another British talent, Patrick McNee, guest stars

        in this episode as well. He plays Norman Alexander, an archaeologist in search of a long lost Indian tribe.

        There’s a murder mystery that occurs as part of this episode, so you’re never sure who is who and what the ultimate outcome will be.

        Alias Smith and Jones: The Man Who Murdered Himself is good viewing.




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