Alias Smith and Jones

Alias Smith and Jones (1971)

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McGuffin - S3-E10

Corrected entry: How Heyes and Curry manage to be riding the same horses they started out with after a 50-mile train ride is a mystery. The train didn't have a livestock car. Flying equines, perhaps? (00:24:30 - 00:28:15)

Jean G

Correction: Because they weren't riding the same horses. Heyes is seen riding a black horse with no white markings on the nose towards the train station. Afterwards he's riding a lighter color horse with white nose markings. The other two horses have different, though similar, white nose markings as well.

Bishop73

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