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Alias Smith and Jones (1971)

2 corrected entries in Jailbreak at Junction City

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Jailbreak at Junction City - S2-E3

Corrected entry: When the posse traps the bank robbers in the livery barn, the doors on both ends of the building slide shut, meeting in the middle. But in the exterior shot, as they all exit, one of the same doors that slid shut a moment before now swings open on hinges.

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Jean G

Correction: If you look at the scene closely, you will see the door that swings open is inside the sliding door. There are three handles on the outside of the door.

Jailbreak at Junction City - S2-E3

Corrected entry: All four bank robbers are herded into a cell with their hands tied behind them. When the door is locked, they're still tied. But a few shots later, without enough time for them to have untied each other, all their hands are free.

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Jean G

Correction: Right after being locked in, one of the men approaches the cell door to ask the deputy to free his hands, indicating that that process continued until all four had their hands free. The camera shifts away to another shot, indicating that it was not necessary to show all four being freed, only to indicate that it was being done.

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