Alias Smith and Jones

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Name: Alias Smith and Jones
Abbreviation(s): ASJ, AS&J
Creator: Glen A. Larson
Date(s): 1971 to 1973
Medium: TV Show
Country of Origin: USA
External Links:
Hannibal Heyes ---- Kid Curry
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Smith and Jones on the cover of the zine, Just You, Me and the Governor

Alias Smith and Jones was a US comedy Western television series that originally aired on ABC.


In it, the two main characters were outlaws trying to reform themselves, and getting into trouble.[1] Hijinks ensue.

cover of the zine WANTED

From the fan Alias Smith & Jones FAQ:

The Premise: Hannibal Heyes and Kid Curry are two of the most wanted outlaws in the history of the West. In all the jobs that they have pulled, they have never killed anyone and this makes them very popular with everyone except the railroads and the banks. The decide to turn over a new leaf and are offered an amnesty on condition that they stay out of trouble for a year and that they don't tell anyone about it. In the meantime, they are still wanted men with the price of $10,000 on their heads so with a view to keeping a step ahead of anyone looking to collect that bounty, they adopt the identities of Smith and Jones and use all of their ingenuity keeping out of the way of the law.[1]


A partial list of fanzines and contents can be found on Deb Menikoff's ASJ site.

inside art from the zine WANTED


Virtual Seasons

Good Deal Productions presents Alias Smith and Jones is a virtual season project created by a group of ASJ fans who are members of The Pete Duel Site community. They have written two seasons, following on from the final episode in which Pete Duel appeared, "The Men Who Corrupted Hadleyburg".

For more information, please see Alias Smith and Jones Virtual Seasons.

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  1. ^ "Alias Smith and Jones on Wikipedia". Archived from the original on 2022-06-03.