Alias Smith and Jones

The McCreedy Bust - S1-E2

Visible crew/equipment: When Heyes and Curry leave the saloon and walk across the street, a microphone mounted on the camera rigging pops up into the shot at the bottom of the frame and follows along beside them. (This is visible in the US aired and vhs versions, but was edited out of both the BBC version and the recent dvd release.) (00:14:00)

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Return to Devil's Hole - S1-E7

Visible crew/equipment: When Heyes hands Curry the money and rides away, a window behind Curry reflects several studio lights. (00:11:45)

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The Fifth Victim - S1-E12

Visible crew/equipment: Curry emerges from the pond into bright sunlight, and the distinctive shadow of the camera is visible against his white shirt. (00:20:20)

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The Fifth Victim - S1-E12

Visible crew/equipment: When the sheriff and his deputy knock on Rachel's door and she opens it, the glass shows us a studio reflector and some of the camera crew. (00:39:30)

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Hannibal Heyes: Look, Wheat, I agree, we gotta bust him out. But it's gonna take finesse.
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