Alias Smith and Jones

Alias Smith and Jones (1971)

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Everything Else You Can Steal - S2-E13

Corrected entry: Blake spies on Heyes, Curry and Louise as they sit together on the picnic blanket. But in the view through his telescopic gunsight, Louise is missing. When the shot returns to the camera's normal POV, she's sitting right between Heyes and Curry, where Blake's sight couldn't possibly have missed her. (00:33:30)

Jean G

Correction: Blake's sight didn't miss her. Watch when he pans from Curry to Heyes and you will see the back of her head.

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