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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
This was bought as a gift. My sister received it in a timely manner and enjoys it.Published 4 days ago by Jennifer Ward
This is a series that follows two characters, Artemus Gordon and James West, who are US Special Agents under President Grant. Read morePublished 4 months ago by E. Hanson
If you want a run of the mill western then you probably won't like this show, but if you want a show that is fun and has some good action for the time period this is good show. Read morePublished 8 months ago by John Gibson
was the show to watch when I was growing up.... great to see without commercials.....
good for any movie collection
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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!
Jun 28, 2008 by Karen T. Price | See all 7 posts
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