Alias Smith and Jones

Alias Smith and Jones (1971)

2 corrected entries in Return to Devil's Hole

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Return to Devil's Hole - S1-E7

Corrected entry: After he's taken to the bunkhouse, Hamilton is examined and it's determined that he hit his head on the wall when he fell. But we saw him fall - through an open doorway. He never touched the wall. (00:22:45 - 00:26:15)

Jean G

Correction: If you watch closely, Hamilton hits his head on the outside wall of the porch.

Return to Devil's Hole - S1-E7

Corrected entry: After their fight outside, Heyes and Big Jim go into the house and both pour glasses of whiskey. Heyes then places his glass on the table and surprise-punches Big Jim, who was still holding his glass. But in the next shot, Jim's glass is no longer in his hand - Heyes somehow has it and is giving it back to him. (00:20:45)

Jean G

Correction: This is not a continuity error. Just as Heyes begins his left hook into Jim's midriff, you can see a move of his right shoulder, indicating that he considerately lifted the glass out of Jim's hand as Jim doubled over, thus having the glass available to offer Jim after Jim hits the floor.

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