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This was the first show Glen A. Larson (Magnum, P.I. , Knight Rider) created and produced. His copy of the Butch formula (and the some extent, the previous comedic TV western Maverick) worked well enough for the struggling ABC network to quickly order a second season (the show was especially a hit with the younger set). However, by the end of 1971, the tragic suicide of Duel made the show a dead end, despite the addition of Sally Field and instantly recasting Smith with Roger Davis (who supplied the show's opening narration up to that point). A flash in the pan (50 episodes) seen year later holds up well enough, and has been preserved to supply an excellent picture quality. --Doug Thomas
I used to watch reruns of this show when I was young. Such silly, good, clean fun! I'm so happy to have found it on DVD. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Timetoride
This is a MUST HAVE for anyone that's a fan of the show. Even if you haven't seen the show before, it's a must have for the western show/movie fan.Published 13 months ago by Kathy Iverson
I was excited to find this. This is one of top favorite shows ever.Published 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
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I am anxious for Season 2, also. (A caution about buying those "complete series" selling for $70-$150: I stumbled across a couple of websites a few months ago where customers had posted their experiences with those companies. The short story is apparently all of those... Read More
Nov 13, 2007 by Aggie Lady | See all 3 posts
|What sort of extras would you like tos ee for Alias Smith and Jones...||
Yes, interviews would be good. Especially from Ben Murphy, because he was there throughout the whole show. I'd love to hear is memories of working with Pete Duel.
If they had some old TV trailers of the show, or (this is a longshot) deleted scenes, that would be fabulous.
Feb 23, 2007 by skunktrain | See all 7 posts
|Now for Europe too, please!||
Why don't you get yourself a "multi-system" DVD player?
They are not very expensive.
Dec 14, 2007 by Dale L. Burrell | See all 3 posts