History Series / AliasSmithAndJones

10th Feb '15 10:49:57 PM NemuruMaeNi
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* BountyHunter: Curry and Heyes encountered them from time to time, such as in "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Bounty Hunter]]."

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* BountyHunter: Curry and Heyes encountered them from time to time, such as in "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The "The Bounty Hunter]].Hunter."



* DudleyDoRightStopsToHelp

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* HeelFaceTurn[=/=]WinYourFreedom: The show's premise.

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%% commented out as ZeroContextExample, dual-trope entry * HeelFaceTurn[=/=]WinYourFreedom: The show's premise.



* QuickDraw: The Kid.

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%% commented out as ZeroContextExample * QuickDraw: The Kid.



* TheTropeKid.

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* TheWildWest: Obviously.

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%% commented out as ZeroContextExample * TheWildWest: Obviously.
3rd Aug '14 12:20:42 PM Cindylover1969
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* BountyHunter: Curry and Heyes encountered them from time to time.

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* BountyHunter: Curry and Heyes encountered them from time to time.time, such as in "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Bounty Hunter]]."
28th Jul '14 9:04:50 PM 2GreyCats
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* LastNameBasis: With the exception of one guest star, no one calls Heyes "Hannibal" (almost no one calls Curry by his first name either; he mentions his own name only twice (once as "Jed", once as Jedidiah'), and Heyes calls him 'Jed' exactly once in 33 episodes).

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* LastNameBasis: With the exception of one guest star, no one calls Heyes "Hannibal" (almost "Hannibal". Ever. Almost no one calls Curry by his first name either; he either (he mentions his own name only twice (once as "Jed", once as Jedidiah'), and Heyes calls him 'Jed' exactly once in 33 episodes).


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* TheTropeKid.
28th Jul '14 9:02:54 PM 2GreyCats
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* DelayedWire: Heyes and Soapy and pull this con on a (not so innocent) widow, using a horse racing scam, in “The Great Shell Game”.

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* DelayedWire: Heyes and Soapy and pull this con on a (not so innocent) widow, using a horse racing scam, in “The Great Shell Game”. Also known as "the big store" con.



* HardHead: "Exit From Wickenburg". Anyone who has been KO'd for long enough to be hauled twelve miles out of town in a wagon and left in a field isn't going to be anywhere near that functional the next day.

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* HardHead: "Exit From Wickenburg". Anyone who has been KO'd for long enough to be hauled twelve miles out of town in a wagon and left in a field isn't going to be anywhere near that functional the next day. There are a few other episodes where one or both of the boys are knocked out by the bad guy, and are, for all intents and purposes, reasonably okay in the next scene.



* LastNameBasis: With the exception of one guest star, no one calls Heyes "Hannibal".

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* LastNameBasis: With the exception of one guest star, no one calls Heyes "Hannibal". "Hannibal" (almost no one calls Curry by his first name either; he mentions his own name only twice (once as "Jed", once as Jedidiah'), and Heyes calls him 'Jed' exactly once in 33 episodes).



* SickEpisode: "The 5th Victim" has Heyes get shot in the head (see OnlyAFleshWound) and is hors de combat for the rest of the episode. This was actually so the co-stars could shoot separate episodes during the same week.

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* SickEpisode: "The 5th Victim" has Heyes get shot in the head (see OnlyAFleshWound) and is hors de combat for the rest of the episode. This episode (this was actually so the co-stars could shoot separate episodes during the same week.week).



* SternChase: The whole series is this.

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* SternChase: The whole series is an example of this. They don't ''have'' to keep moving by the terms of the agreement, but staying too long in one place increases the odds of their being recognized and caught.


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* TapOnTheHead: Several times in the series. If your evil plan actually involves having to subdue the above-mentioned legendary fast draw and his almost-as-good-with-a-gun partner, about the only way to do it is to cosh one or both of them from behind.
11th Jul '14 11:52:06 AM Cindylover1969
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Executive producer Jo Swerling, Jr. [[WordOfGod says]] that as soon as he learned of Pete Duel's death, he tried to end the show, but Creator/{{ABC}} wouldn't let him. The series was back in production 12 hours later.
11th Jul '14 11:51:21 AM Cindylover1969
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* AlanSmithee: The "John Thomas James" who has story credit on many episodes is executive producer Roy Huggins. "Return To Devil's Hole" features ''two'' fake writing credits, as the "Knut Swenson" who has teleplay credit is Marion Hargrove.



* LegendaryImpostor: In "The Day They Hung Kid Curry", a man who fits the Kid's general description has been impersonating him to get respect. It backfires on our heroes when he's convicted of an unrelated murder and claims Heyes was involved.

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* LegendaryImpostor: In "The Day They Hung Hanged Kid Curry", a man who fits the Kid's general description has been impersonating him to get respect. It backfires on our heroes when he's convicted of an unrelated murder and claims Heyes was involved.



* OnlyAFleshWound: Several episodes, including "The Fifth Victim" and "Journey from San Juan" feature this trope.

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* OnlyAFleshWound: Several episodes, including "The Fifth 5th Victim" and "Journey from San Juan" Juan," feature this trope.



* SerialKillingsSpecificTarget: In "The Fifth Victim", the killer tries to disguise the murder of his ex-lover's husband by killing men who were all in a particular poker game, after first faking evidence that someone in the game had been cheating. The issue gets confused when he does try to kill the husband; the man kills him instead but then keeps quiet, afraid he'll be accused of the other killings.

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* SerialKillingsSpecificTarget: In "The Fifth 5th Victim", the killer tries to disguise the murder of his ex-lover's husband by killing men who were all in a particular poker game, after first faking evidence that someone in the game had been cheating. The issue gets confused when he does try to kill the husband; the man kills him instead but then keeps quiet, afraid he'll be accused of the other killings.
11th Jul '14 11:43:30 AM Cindylover1969
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* SickEpisode: "The Fifth Victim" has Heyes get shot in the head (see OnlyAFleshWound) and is hors de combat for the rest of the episode. This was actually so the co stars could shoot separate episodes during the same week.

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* SickEpisode: "The Fifth 5th Victim" has Heyes get shot in the head (see OnlyAFleshWound) and is hors de combat for the rest of the episode. This was actually so the co stars co-stars could shoot separate episodes during the same week.
16th May '14 5:42:51 PM 2GreyCats
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* HardHead: Frequently.

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* HardHead: Frequently."Exit From Wickenburg". Anyone who has been KO'd for long enough to be hauled twelve miles out of town in a wagon and left in a field isn't going to be anywhere near that functional the next day.
16th May '14 5:20:18 PM 2GreyCats
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* HardHead: Frequently.


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* OnlyAFleshWound: Several episodes, including "The Fifth Victim" and "Journey from San Juan" feature this trope.


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* SickEpisode: "The Fifth Victim" has Heyes get shot in the head (see OnlyAFleshWound) and is hors de combat for the rest of the episode. This was actually so the co stars could shoot separate episodes during the same week.


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* SternChase: The whole series is this.
16th May '14 8:14:23 AM Greenygal
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* Heterosexual Life Partners: Both cousins and lifelong best friends, these fellows are a prime example.

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* Heterosexual Life Partners: HeterosexualLifePartners: Both cousins and lifelong best friends, these fellows are a prime example.



* Mugging the Monster: Any random fellow who challenges the amiable blue-eyed curly-haired guy to a gunfight, and then finds out that he's challenged Kid Curry.

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* Mugging the Monster: MuggingTheMonster: Any random fellow who challenges the amiable blue-eyed curly-haired guy to a gunfight, and then finds out that he's challenged Kid Curry.
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