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  • Actors: Robert Conrad, Ross Martin
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: November 20, 2007
  • Run Time: 1211 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000UX6TKC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,158 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Wild Wild West: Season 3" on IMDb

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James West and Artemus Gordon are two agents of President Grant who take their splendidly appointed private train through the west to fight evil. Half science fiction and half western, the Artemus designs a series of interesting gadgets for James that would make Inspector Gadget proud. A light hearted adventure series

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"Elaborate little subterfuges" and "intricate dramas" await the suave and dashing frontier 007, James West (Robert Conrad) and his partner, master of disguise Artemus Gordon (Ross Martin), courtesy of a gallery of rogues and flamboyant villains with grandiose schemes of world domination. Among them: Victor Freemantle ("The Night of Bubbling Death"), bent on establishing his own Texas Panhandle domain; the Falcon ("The Night of the Falcon"), who aims his behemoth cannon at Denver and conspires with a European syndicate to put the rest of the world under the gun; Emmett Stark ("The Night of the Death Masks"), who breaks out of prison to stage an elaborate and bizarre revenge against his captors, West and Gordon; and, of course, West's ultimate nemesis, the diminutive Dr. Miguelito Loveless ("The Night Dr. Loveless Died"), whose demise could just be "another typical Loveless prank."

You may not find The Wild Wild West on any of those "Greatest TV Shows of All Time" lists, but more than 40 years later, it leaves many of the so-called classic shows in the dust. West's blend of Western action, spy adventure, and sci-fi thrills (less here than in seasons past) still pack quite a kick. The pleasures of this offbeat, genre-bending series did not diminish in its penultimate season. There's the classic theme song, the animated opening credits (with West's bang-zoom dispatch of a femme fatale intact); the chemistry between one of TV's great buddy teams, and Gordon's primitive gadgets (like a smoking jacket that really smokes!) that are akin to the Flintstones' prehistoric versions of modern-day appliances. The Wild Wild West also rounded-up some great character actors. Robert Duvall appears in "The Night of the Falcon" as a "mild mannered country doctor" with a more sinister secret practice. Ray Walston (My Favorite Martian) and venerable Western bad guy Jack Elam team up to steal Aztec treasure in "The Night of Montezuma's Horde. Harry Dean Stanton (Big Love is an innocent man framed for murder in "The Night of the Hangman." --Donald Liebenson

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I will rate all seasons the same.
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"The Wild, Wild West" was one of the last successful Western television shows, coming on right as the era of the great Western TV show was coming to an end.
Terence Allen
My 11 year old loves them as do the older adults in the house.
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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Wayne Klein HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 27, 2007
Format: DVD
The third season of "The Wild Wild West" rode into town with some changes--the look of the show was spruced up a bit with new wardrobe designs for Robert Conrad's character. Although this season has less of the fantasy/science fiction elements that were a highlight of seasons one, two and we only get one episode with Dr. Loveless, it was still a stellar season with top notch writing and direction. We had some memorable guest stars including Michael Dunn (Dr. Loveless), Robert Duvall and Nick Adams.

Season four is tentatively set for March 18, 2008.

The episodes include:

Disc 1 & 2
The Night of the Bubbling Death
The Night of the Firebrand
The Night of the Assassin
The Night Dr. Loveless Died
The Night of Jack O' Diamonds
The Night of the Samurai
The Night of the Hangman
The Night of Montezuma's Hordes

Disc 3 & 4
The Night of the Circus of Death
The Night of the Falcon (featuring Robert Duvall)
The Night of the Cut-Throats
The Night of the Legion of Death
The Night of the Turn Coat
The Night of the Iron Fist
The Night of the Running Death
The Night of the Arrow

Disc 5 & 6
The Night of the Headless Woman
The Night of the Vipers (with guest star Nick Adams)
The Night of the Underground Terror
The Night of the Death Masks (one of my favs)
The Night of the Amnesiac
The Night of the Undead (involving voodoo)
The Night of the Simian Terror (with a witty reference to Edgar Allen Poe)
The Night of the Death Maker

The third season had less episodes as well 24 compared to the 28 for seasons one and two.
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42 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Rucki on October 15, 2007
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You're about to experience the third season of "The Wild Wild West" which is producer Bruce Lansbury's new and revised vision of the series: meaning gritty, rough, realistic, Sergio Leone's western Spaguetti-like. The characters of James West and Artemus Gordon have new costumes, especially West and his trailer outfit. Some episodes take place in Mexico: "The Night of the Assassin", "The Night of the Jack O'Diamonds", "The Night of the Montezuma's Hordes" and "The Night of the Headless Woman", some are political as "The Night of the Firebrand" (guest starring Pernell Roberts), "The Night of the Legion of Death" (guest starring Kent Smith and Anthony Zerbe), "The Night of the Arrow" and "The Night of the Underground Terror", and some are still stamped with Michael Garrison's concept of fabulous fantasy: see "The Night of the Turncoat" (guest starring John McGiver as the excentric Elisha Calamander), "The Night of the Death Masks" (written like "The Prisoner" episode "Living in Harmony" and in which Artie guns down Jim in a ghost town called Paradox!), "The Night of the Amnesiac" (guest starring Ed Asner and Kevin Hagen and in which James West looses his memory), "The Night of the Undead" (a mixture of Vaudou and mad scientist intrigue with Hurd Hartfield) and "The Night of the Simian Terror" (with a veiled reference to Edgar A. Poe's "The Murders in the Rue Morgue", guest starring Richard "Voltaire" Kiel). Warning, there's only one Dr. Loveless' offering: "The Night Dr. Loveless Died". One episode reaches the peak of violence for its time: "The Night of the Vipers", guest starring Nick Adams aka Robert Conrad's close friend and Red West.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Scott T. Rivers VINE VOICE on April 22, 2008
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The third season of "The Wild Wild West" (1967-68) was the most Western-oriented due to budgetary constraints. Though the bizarre fantasies were curtailed, Secret Service agents James West and Artemus Gordon encountered challenging adventures such as "The Night of the Bubbling Death," "The Night of the Jack O'Diamonds" and "The Night of the Falcon" (featuring Robert Duvall as a guest villain). Michael Dunn's return in "The Night Dr. Loveless Died" was a definite highlight and the last memorable Loveless episode. Season Three had its share of clunkers - "The Night of the Firebrand" and "The Night of the Arrow" come to mind - yet the unique chemistry between Robert Conrad and Ross Martin always made the series worth watching.
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30 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Terence Allen VINE VOICE on August 24, 2007
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This great series is finally available on DVD collections by seasons. "The Wild, Wild West" was one of the last successful Western television shows, coming on right as the era of the great Western TV show was coming to an end.

Its success was due to the fact that not only was it exciting and action-packed, but it was a curious meld of traditional Western action, espionage, science fiction, and high camp. It was in equal parts a product of its time as a Western, such as "Gunsmoke" and "Bonanza," a semi-serious, lots of camp spy show like "I-Spy," "The Man From UNCLE," and "The Avengers," science fiction like "Star Trek" and "Voyage To The Bottom of the Sea," and sophomoric camp like "Batman." Robert Conrad and Ross Martin made a formidable team as US Secret Service agents James West and Artemis Gordon, as they travelled all over the West in their personal locomotive thwarting the schemes and intrigues of power-mad scientists and ruthless governments.

This show is near and dear to a lot of us who grew up in the mid to late 60's, and it is a joy to watch these episodes and remember that while the world was not a simple, carefree place, our living rooms could be while watching shows like "The Wild, Wild West."
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Need help finding specific episodes
I just watched the one where Jim "kills" Arte to infiltrate a group of fugitive murderers. It is in the second season DVD and is called Night of the Skulls. I remember the other episode you mentioned, but haven't yet had time to find it in the dvd sets. Good luck!
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