Alias Smith and Jones

Alias Smith and Jones (1971)

1 factual error in Never Trust an Honest Man

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Never Trust an Honest Man - S1-E14

Factual error: For a man of the cloth, the Preacher is remarkably ignorant of one of the best-known passages of the Bible. He says that the 6th Commandment is "thou shalt not steal" and the 8th "thou shalt not kill." It's the other way around.

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