The Wild Wild West (1965–1969)
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The Night of the Bubbling Death 

The United States Constitution is stolen by a revolutionary and agents James West and Artemus Gordon are sent by the government to recover it. Arriving at a Mexican border town, the agents ... See full summary »

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Artemus Gordon
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Victor Freemantle
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Silas Grigsby
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Clint Cartwheel (as Timmy Brown)
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The United States Constitution is stolen by a revolutionary and agents James West and Artemus Gordon are sent by the government to recover it. Arriving at a Mexican border town, the agents penetrate an installation under a fortress to find the priceless document. When the agents find the revolutionary, he demands one million dollars for what is later discovered to be a forgery of the Constitution. Before forcing the revolutionary into a pool of acid, they are told a riddle that leads them to the hiding place of the real document. Written by Tiff Banks

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8 September 1967 (USA)  »

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Acting debut of former football player, Timothy Brown, who remains shirtless throughout. See more »

Goofs

West and Grigsby are put on an elevator and taken to a lower level. As is the case with most TV shows, the elevator car remains stationary and the effect is made by cranking a roll of paper in the background (printed to look like the wall of the elevator shaft). In this scene the effect was very poorly executed. See more »

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James T. West: You were made to wear silk.
Carlotta Waters: And you were made for a form-fitting pine box.
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