TV Confidential : Pete Duel and Alias Smith and Jones

For those interested in listening to my recent interview (January 25) with Ed Robertson and Frankie Montiforte on TV Confidential here is the link:  The conversation about Alias Smith and Jones and Pete Duel begins about 15 minutes into the second hour of the January 25 show.

Author: PGreen

Published work in U.S.A. for McFarland & Co. Inc. : A History of Television’s The Virginian 1962-1971 (2006, 2009 Softcover edition) Pete Duel : A Biography (2007, 2009 Large Print edition; Kindle edition) Encyclopedia of Weird Westerns (2009) Jennifer Jones : Life and Films (2011)

4 thoughts on “TV Confidential : Pete Duel and Alias Smith and Jones”

  1. Thanks Paul-
    .Ed and Frankie are excellent presenters and the segment with you discussing Pete Duel and Alias Smith and Jones was really informative. It was nice that you qualified how Ben Murphy was cut up by Pets death and universals lack of sensitivity. Previously all I new was Ben didnt go to the funeral.

    1. Thanks Michael. Glad you found the show informative. Ben Murphy has stated he didn’t attend the funeral because he was too upset.

    2. Hi Paul
      Just a thought. A friend of mine from Manchester emigrated to Canada and was on Canadian radio. The problem was many( While finding his accent cute) struggled to understand his accent.
      I noticed that you have retained your accent (Which Iam sure most Americans find charming) and you are very clearly spokenn but I wonderd if American listners had a problem with the accent.

      1. It depends on the state Michael. People north of Virginia and in California have no trouble understanding my accent. People in the rural areas of Virginia (where I live) have more trouble.

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