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      Season 2 – The Wild, Wild West

      1966 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 16, 1966 The Night of the Eccentrics An agent's murder leads West and Gordon to a plot to assassinate Mexico's president; guest Victor Buono. Details Episode 2 Aired Sep 23, 1966 The Night of the Golden Cobra A self-styled maharajah (Boris Karloff) holds West captive in his palace. Details Episode 3 Aired Sep 30, 1966 The Night of the Raven West and Gordon face Dr. Loveless who shrinks West to six inches in height to aid his plans of ruling a world of little people. Details Episode 4 Aired Oct 7, 1966 The Night of the Big Blast A mad scientist creates a bomb-carrying robot identical to West and orders it to kill members of the president's cabinet. Details Episode 5 Aired Oct 14, 1966 The Night of the Returning Dead Gordon and West ask help from a man who controls animals with his mind; guests Peter Lawford, Sammy Davis Jr. Details Episode 6 Aired Oct 21, 1966 The Night of the Flying Pie Plate A bizarre extortion plot involves green men from Venus who need gold for spaceship fuel. Details Episode 7 Aired Oct 28, 1966 The Night of the Poisonous Posey West and Gordon visit a town named Justice during Law and Order Week and find it the site for a convention of criminals. Details Episode 8 Aired Nov 4, 1966 The Night of the Bottomless Pit Gordon and West must free an agent imprisoned on Devil's Island. Details Episode 9 Aired Nov 11, 1966 The Night of the Watery Death West is kidnapped by a madman who plans to create an underwater kingdom that will control shipping lanes. Details Episode 10 Aired Nov 18, 1966 The Night of the Green Terror Dr. Loveless drives Indians into poverty so he can become their benefactor and deity. Details Episode 11 Aired Nov 25, 1966 The Night of the Ready-Made Corpse West and Gordon fail to save the life of a highly unpopular Latin American dictator they have been assigned to guard. Details Episode 12 Aired Dec 2, 1966 The Night of the Man-Eating House Gordon has a vivid nightmare about the ghost of a prisoner's mother, who attempts to clear her son's name. Details Episode 13 Aired Dec 16, 1966 The Night of the Skulls A kangaroo court tries West for Gordon's murder; guest Donald Woods. Details Episode 14 Aired Dec 23, 1966 The Night of the Infernal Machine Gordon and West investigate threats on the life of a federal judge (Ed Begley). Details Episode 15 Aired Dec 30, 1966 The Night of the Lord of Limbo Gordon and West confront a former Confederate colonel who controls the fourth dimension; guest Ricardo Montalban. Details Episode 16 Aired Jan 6, 1967 The Night of The Tottering Tontine Gordon and West guard a member of a tontine, an investment group in which the surviving member inherits all. Details Episode 17 Aired Jan 13, 1967 The Night of the Feathered Fury Gordon and West face Count Manzeppi (Victor Buono), who has mastered alchemy. Details Episode 18 Aired Jan 20, 1967 The Night of the Gypsy Peril Gordon and West guard the Sultan of Ramapur and the sacred white elephant he brings as a gift to President Grant. Details Episode 19 Aired Feb 3, 1967 The Night of the Tartar Gordon and West switch a prisoner in Vladivostok, without leaving the United States; guest John Astin. Details Episode 20 Aired Feb 10, 1967 The Night of the Vicious Valentine West and Gordon encounter a society lady who plans to change the United States into a monarchy and reign as its queen. Details Episode 21 Aired Feb 17, 1967 The Night of the Braine A newspaper contains a prediction that a magician will die in front of West and Gordon. Details Episode 22 Aired Feb 24, 1967 The Night of the Deadly Bubble West and Gordon investigate the murder of a scientist who was studying a rash of destructive tidal waves. Details Episode 23 Aired Mar 3, 1967 The Night of the Surreal McCoy West and Gordon tangle with Dr. Loveless, who has another king-size plan to achieve world conquest. Details Episode 24 Aired Mar 10, 1967 The Night of the Colonel's Ghost West and Gordon fear an attempt on President Grant's life while they are escorting him to a conference. Details Episode 25 Aired Mar 17, 1967 The Night of the Deadly Blossom Gordon and West attend a meeting of Navy officers, who subsequently are slain; guest Nehemiah Persoff. Details Episode 26 Aired Mar 24, 1967 The Night of the Cadre A master criminal decides to implant a device in President Grant's brain that will make him respond to the criminal's orders. Details Episode 27 Aired Mar 31, 1967 The Night of the Wolf West and Gordon get involved with a Croatian king and a werewolf type who plots to control the king's country. Details Episode 28 Aired Apr 7, 1967 The Night of the Bogus Bandits Dr. Loveless plans to rule by capturing an arsenal and a sub-treasury. Details

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      Season Info

      Irving J. Moore, Robert Sparr, Alan Crosland Jr., Jesse Hibbs, Richard Donner, Sherman Marks, Charles Rondeau
      Executive Producer
      Philip Leacock, Michael Garrison
      Ken Kolb, John Kneubuhl, Henry Sharp, Robert C. Dennis, Don Mullaly, Elon Packard, Charles Bennett, Shimon Wincelberg, Daniel Bruce, Earl Barrett, Bob Wood
      TV-PG (V)
      Drama, Western, Adventure
      Original Language
      Release Date
      Sep 16, 1966