The Wild Wild West (1965–1969)
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The Night of the Camera 

To take down an opium-smuggling ring, Jim West and Jeremy Pike join forces with Bosley Cranston, a timid secret service agent with some extraordinary skills.

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Artemus Gordon (credit only)
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Gideon Stix
Lou Procopio ...
Beal
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Langham
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Chinese Girl (as Marya Christen)
Fuji ...
Mandarin
Rico Cattani ...
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Baron Kyosai
Julio Medina ...
Don Carlos
Kenny Endoso ...
Hatchetman (as Ken Mendoso)
Joe Castagna ...
Slicker
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To take down an opium-smuggling ring, Jim West and Jeremy Pike join forces with Bosley Cranston, a timid secret service agent with some extraordinary skills.

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29 November 1968 (USA)  »

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This is the first episode in the entire series filmed without Ross Martin as Artemus Gordon. He had suffered a heart attack, so Charles Aidman replaced him as Jeremy Pike. Dialogue reveals that Artemus is busy in Washington. See more »

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In the fourth act, Jeremy Pike plays a high stakes game of 8 ball with Gideon Styx. However, the game of 8 ball was a 20th Century invention. See more »

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Bosley Cranston: You're under arrest in the name of the United States Government!
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Presidential Candidate Appears on Wild West
4 August 2009 | by See all my reviews

No doubt the illness of Ross Martin shows here and in a lot of the rest of season 4. Charles Aidman does his first turn as Jeremy Pike. Aidman turns out to be the best of the attempts to replace Martin on the show. This episode looks to take advantage with guest star Pat Paulsen.

About this time, Paulsen is appearing on the Smothers Brothers Comedy hour. He is running his TV campaign for President. While the script here makes every effort to take advantage Pat because of his popularity from the Smothers. The script doesn't quite bring Pat to life but it does have some moments. Overall this is OK, but not the strongest of episodes.


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