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Release Date:
7 October 1980 (USA) See more »
Robert Conrad and Ross Martin reprise their roles as Secret Service agents of the 1890s. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Robert Conrad ... Jim West

Ross Martin ... Artemus Gordon

Jonathan Winters ... Albert Paradine II

Harry Morgan ... Robert T. 'Skinny' Malone

Rene Auberjonois ... Capt. Sir David Edney
Randi Brough ... Yvonne
Candi Brough ... Daphne

Victor Buono ... Dr. Henry Messenger

Liz Torres ... Juanita

Emma Samms ... Mirabelle Merriwether

Joyce Brothers ... The Bystander

Jack LaLanne ... Physical Fitness Trainer (as Jack La Lanne)
James Bacon ... The Wheelman

Sandy Helberg ... Aide #1
Richard Hawk ... Aide #2

Joe Alfasa ... Italian Ambassador

Gino Conforti ... French Ambassador

Hector Elias ... Spanish Ambassador

Dave Madden ... German Ambassador

Avery Schreiber ... Russian Ambassador
John Furlong ... Bavarian Delegate
Rick Drasnin ... The Hulk
Rex Pearson ... The Hulk
David S. Cass Sr. ... Juanita's Brother (as Dave Cass)
Tony Epper ... Juanita's Brother
Casey Tibbs ... Juanita's Brother
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Dick Durock ... (uncredited)

Directed by
Burt Kennedy 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
William Bowers  screenplay
William Bowers  story
Tony Kayden 

Produced by
Jay Bernstein .... executive producer
Robert L. Jacks .... producer
Original Music by
Jeff Alexander 
Cinematography by
Chuck Arnold (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Michael McCroskey 
Casting by
Toni Barton 
Barbara Claman 
Production Design by
Albert Heschong 
Art Direction by
Jeffrey L. Goldstein 
Set Decoration by
Warren Welch 
Makeup Department
Shirley Beck .... hair stylist
Gerald Soucie .... makeup artist (as Jerry Soucie)
Production Management
Cosmas P. Bolger .... post-production manager (as Cosmas Bolger)
Wes McAfee .... unit production manager
Bernard Oseransky .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ray DeCamp .... first assistant director (as Ray de Camp)
James Fitzpatrick .... second assistant director
Art Department
Steven M. Levine .... property master (as Steven Levine)
Sound Department
Dominick Gaffey .... sound mixer
Sam Horta .... sound editor
Chuck Courtney .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Allen D. Easton .... first assistant camera (uncredited)
Jonathan West .... camera operator (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Carl Garrison .... wardrobe: men
Vou Lee Giokaris .... wardrobe: women (as Voulee Giokaris)
Music Department
Robert Drasnin .... music supervisor
Richard Markowitz .... composer: theme "Wild Wild West"
Robert Takagi .... music editor (as Bob Takagi)
Other crew
Elizabeth Gallagher .... script supervisor
Ralph Helfer .... animal supervisor: Gentle Jungle [us] (uncredited)
Crew verified as complete

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94 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

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 »
Anachronisms: 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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0 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Terrible, 16 February 2009
Author: F_Jenkins from la

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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