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  • Along the way, the group is joined by Erik Holland as Kurt Schmitt, and he's a hoot to watch and definitely adds to the entertaining value of this program

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      Alias Smith and Jones: The Legacy of Charlie O’Rourke is the final episode of season one, and it features a superb actress in Joan Hackett. Also in the cast are Billy Green Bush in the title role of Charlie O’Rourke and J.D. Cannon, who makes his second appearance as Harry Briscoe,

      a Bannerman detective.

      O’Rourke is an old friend of Hannibal Heyes (Pete Duel) and Kid Curry (Ben Curry) who is about to be hung for robbery. He wants to tell Heyes and Curry where he hid the stolen money, but since they are going straight, the two refuse the offer. However,


      • Hackett’s Alice Banion is all ears and quickly goes in search of the money.

        As the story progresses, a surprising turn of events happens concerning the Briscoe character, which I don’t want to spoil because it’s just too much fun to be surprised the very first time you view this show. It’s

        good, though.

        Along the way, the group is joined by Erik Holland as Kurt Schmitt, and he’s a hoot to watch and definitely adds to the entertaining value of this program.

        This is a good last episode for the season. It leaves you having had a good time and eager for a new season.




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