Alias Smith and Jones

The Long Chase - S3-E1

Continuity mistake: Curry takes his boots off and runs across a patch of very dusty, dirty desert. When he returns to put his boots back on, the white socks are perfectly clean with no dirt on them.

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McGuffin - S3-E10

Continuity mistake: Heyes and Curry both lose their hats when they jump from the riverboat into the water and swim ashore. There's no time to go back and fish the hats out, even if they could find them, but by the next episode and for the rest of the season, they somehow have the same hats back again.

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Only Three to a Bed - S3-E12

Continuity mistake: Near the end, Heyes leaves the house with his gun strapped on, but when the camera angle reverses, he's not wearing it. It's back in the next shot, though.

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The Clementine Ingredient - S3-E4

Continuity mistake: Due to the insertion of stock footage, Heyes and Curry ride the short distance to Clem's house on three different sets of horses.

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The McCreedy Feud - S3-E3

Continuity mistake: When they meet Carlotta, Heyes steps forward to greet her wearing his hat. The shot cuts to a different camera angle, and his hat is instantly off and in his hand, without time for him to remove it.

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