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Robert Conrad and Ross Martin reprise their roles as Secret Service agents of the 1890s.

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West and Gordon only want to remain in retirement, but the secret service is determined to use their expertise. They are convinced to stop another mad scientist, this time Albert Paradine, an evil genius who can become invisible at will and now plans to take over the world. Written by TrinaPreston3aol.com

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Trivia

Victor Buono, who plays the Henry Kissinger parody Dr. Messinger, was a three-time guest performer on the original Wild, Wild West series. See more »

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President Harrison is referred to as running around his Oval Office for exercise purposes, but the first Oval Office in the White House was not built until 1909 for President Taft, and the movie is set in 1890. See more »

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Follows The Wild Wild West (1965) See more »

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Terrible
16 February 2009 | by (la) – See all my reviews

I was a big fan of the original show. I have been watching the episodes on DVD and can see the eventual progression from serious sci-fi western to campy spoof. The first couple seasons were great. By the fourth season, competing with Batman, the show was very watered down and campy.

Then came the reunion movie a decade later. It was awful. It was great to see the two leads together again, but the script was just terrible. This sequel was put together and just shows you how far the series has dropped. It's just a bad comedy, bad being the key word. It's hard to believe this is the same show from that first season. West and Gordon are just like a campy Batman and Robin now. They're there to deliver bad '70s attempt at comedy - spoofing various 70s shows like the Hulk and others (Six Million dollar man was horribly spoofed in the first movie). The style from the original series is completely gone. When you cast Jonathan Winters as your villain, you've pretty much admitted it's not a serious show anymore. This movie was for little 8 year boys pretty much, boys who like myself in the 70s, came to know the original show from reruns. No adult of the show could possibly have found these awful films entertaining.

It's always great to see Conrad and Martin together again, those two guys are always great. But the scripts for both of these movies were just absolutely terrible. A real disappointment.


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