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      Season 1 – The Wild, Wild West

      1965 Drama Western Adventure List
      Reviews 100% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score Charming gunslinger James West and Artemus Gordon, an inventor and master of disguise, are the country's first Secret Service agents, traveling the Old West at the behest of President Ulysses S. Grant, fighting villains, encountering beautiful women and dealing with fiendish plots to take over the world. Read More Read Less

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      Episode 1 Aired Sep 17, 1965 The Night of the Inferno President Grant sends West and Gordon to stop a Mexican revolutionary; guests Suzanne Pleshette, Victor Buono. Details Episode 2 Aired Sep 24, 1965 The Night of the Deadly Bed A criminal planning to take over Mexico leads West and Gordon to a tiny village with an underground secret. Details Episode 3 Aired Oct 1, 1965 The Night the Wizard Shook the Earth Dr. Loveless (Michael Dunn) turns to murder and blackmail to get a rival's explosives formula; guest Leslie Parrish. Details Episode 4 Aired Oct 8, 1965 The Night of Sudden Death West and Gordon take on a band of counterfeiters who have robbed the mint of plates used to print money. Details Episode 5 Aired Oct 15, 1965 The Night of the Casual Killer Gordon and West pose as itinerant Shakespearean actors to infiltrate a corrupt politician's army. Details Episode 6 Aired Oct 22, 1965 The Night of a Thousand Eyes A beautiful girl upsets West's efforts to quell the piracy of riverboats plying the lower Mississippi River. Details Episode 7 Aired Oct 29, 1965 The Night of the Glowing Corpse The disappearance of a mysterious substance from a French consulate is linked to Prussia. Details Episode 8 Aired Nov 5, 1965 The Night of the Dancing Death West and Gordon discover the Albanian princess in their care is an impostor. Details Episode 9 Aired Nov 12, 1965 The Night of the Double-Edged Knife West discovers that an ex-general with grandiose plans is really behind murders allegedly committed by Indians. Details Episode 10 Aired Nov 19, 1965 The Night That Terror Stalked the Town Dr. Loveless creates a double of West and infiltrates the Secret Service to retrieve a formula. Details Episode 11 Aired Nov 26, 1965 The Night of the Red-Eyed Madman The demented leader of a fanatical army plans to overthrow the U.S. Army divisions stationed in the Southwest. Details Episode 12 Aired Dec 3, 1965 The Night of the Human Trigger A geologist (Burgess Meredith) plans to take over Wyoming with man-made earthquakes. Details Episode 13 Aired Dec 10, 1965 The Night of the Torture Chamber A museum curator substitutes a look-alike for a governor to use state funds to buy art. Details Episode 14 Aired Dec 17, 1965 The Night of the Howling Light A doctor is hired to brainwash West and to program him to kill an influential, peaceful American Indian. Details Episode 15 Aired Dec 24, 1965 The Night of the Fatal Trap Gordon poses as a prospector to pave the way for West's impersonation of a gold thief. Details Episode 16 Aired Jan 7, 1966 The Night of the Steel Assassin West meets his match in physical prowess in an embittered Army officer whose injured body has been repaired with steel. Details Episode 17 Aired Jan 14, 1966 The Night the Dragon Screamed West and Gordon probe a smuggling operation and find themselves involved in a struggle for a Chinese province. Details Episode 18 Aired Jan 21, 1966 The Night of the Flaming Ghost West sets out to stop a megalomaniac descendant of John Brown who is determined to take over the United States. Details Episode 19 Aired Jan 28, 1966 The Night of the Grand Emir West and Gordon must protect a visiting despot from assassination despite his disregard for his own safety. Details Episode 20 Aired Feb 18, 1966 The Night of the Whirring Death Loveless plans to make California a children's haven by extorting cash from millionaires. Details Episode 21 Aired Feb 25, 1966 The Night of the Puppeteer A sculptor (Lloyd Bochner) who fled a death sentence stalks a justice on the Supreme Court. Details Episode 22 Aired Mar 4, 1966 The Night of the Bars of Hell West may be the first victim of the electric chair when he pursues a warden who uses inmates to commit crimes. Details Episode 23 Aired Mar 11, 1966 The Night of the Two-Legged Buffalo A South Sea island prince insists on visiting an exclusive health resort where assassins wait to kill him. Details Episode 24 Aired Mar 25, 1966 The Night of the Druid's Blood West suspects the deaths of several scientists are linked to a woman they all loved; guest Don Rickles. Details Episode 25 Aired Apr 1, 1966 The Night of the Freebooters West and Gordon are assigned to investigate an outlaw army being recruited for the conquest of Mexico's Baja California. Details Episode 26 Aired Apr 8, 1966 The Night of the Burning Diamond Diamond thefts lead West to a man whose formula for melted gems makes him invisible. Details Episode 27 Aired Apr 15, 1966 The Night of the Murderous Spring Dr. Loveless gives West a new hallucinogen that turns users into murderers. Details Episode 28 Aired Apr 22, 1966 The Night of the Sudden Plague Gordon and West pursue looters who are using a bacteria culture to paralyze people. Details

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      Noel Murray AV Club What's striking isn't how ahead of its time the series was, but how of its time... A pervasive Cold War anxiety runs through every one of The Wild Wild West's tightly plotted, tightly framed season-one episodes. Rated: A- Dec 4, 2018 Full Review

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      Peabarter _ Sooo entertaining and Conrad and Martin did such a great job in the lead roles. A western theme with an espionage and government agent, theme plus sci-fi, and advanced technology way ahead of its time for when this originally aired. I've watched the first episode and I'm hooked. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 11/11/23 Full Review sean s There were a few TV shows that my little brother and I looked forward to seeing after getting home from grade school in the early to mid-1970's. This was one of them. They would have been re-runs by then, but we watched them over and over again as we did Gilligan's Island. I figure that the last time that I have seen any of them was 1975. Recently, I decided to watch all four years from start to finish as I get the time. I am half way through year one and really like revisiting this. The first year is black and white, and I know it went to color at one point. I am looking forward to that. As a kid, I remember being fascinated by all the gadgets, action and weirdness of the whole deal. Like many of those old theme songs, this one still vibrates in my memories. It is strange that when I heard the theme music on the first episode, I felt for a little bit that I was sitting down on my old couch after biking home from 4th grade or so. It was a strange feeling to be transported back so long ago if even for just half a minute or so. The shows are written and directed by different people, so some are better than others, but they are worth a watch. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 03/30/23 Full Review Post a review

      Season Info

      Irving J. Moore, Don Taylor, Richard Donner, Allen Smithee, Edward Dein, William Witney, Mark Rydell, Alan Crosland Jr., Paul Wendkos, Alvin Ganzer
      Executive Producer
      Philip Leacock, Michael Garrison
      John Kneubuhl, Henry Sharp, Ken Kolb, Preston Wood, Robert Hammer, Don Mullaly, Fred Freiberger, William Tunberg
      Drama, Western, Adventure
      Original Language
      Release Date
      Sep 17, 1965