Alias Smith and Jones

Alias Smith and Jones (1971)

1 revealing mistake in Something to Get Hung About

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Something to Get Hung About - S2-E6

Revealing mistake: When Heyes rides away from the hotel in the beginning, he's passed on the street by a tall man in a white shirt riding a black horse and slouching in the saddle. When the shot cuts back to the front of the hotel, the same extra on the same horse rides by again, going in the opposite direction. (00:02:20)

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