- Film Appearances: Johnny Thunder and the Secret of Marco Polo; Rap-Trick; Patrick: The Movie (Not Yet Released); Johnny Thunder and the Secret of Marco Polo: The Adventure Retold (Not Yet Released)
- Character Role: Henchman
- Actor: John Stabe
- Character Sex: Male
Nevada Smith has a gruff look to his face, with a blue bandanna wrapped on his head. He wears a brown pilot's jacket (similar to that worn by Harry Cane) with black pants.
Nevada Smith is a gruff, yet impulsive, adventurer who is indebted to Lord Sinister's services. He started out as an adventurer at the Explorer's Institute who was interested in locating the tomb of Egyptian Pharaoh Ramalama Dingdong. However, when he and his hired men, including Patrick and William "Billy the Kid" Parker, were trapped inside of a tomb, they were forced to live off of an intern named Dave Anderson. After Lord Sinister rescued them a few days later, Nevada Smith employed the services of himself and his remaining team to him.
- The name Nevada Smith came from early versions of Raiders of the Lost Ark, where the character of Indiana Jones was going to be called Nevada Smith.
- The mummy he found in his back story, Ramalama Dingdong, is a reference to the Pioneer Drama Service play Unwrapped, which was considered for the 2007 Cornerstone Thespian Society performance before Mystery at Shady Acres was chosen.
- His skeleton makes a brief cameo in A Very Patrick Christmas.
- Out of Lord Sinister's three original henchmen, this one was the least liked.