The Wild Wild West: Season 2, Episode 25

The Night of the Deadly Blossom (17 Mar. 1967)

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Jim and Arte must stop a deadly plot to kill a Hawaiian King on the high seas.

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Adam Barclay
Miiko Taka ...
Haruko Ishuda
Pitt Herbert ...
Levering Mayhew David
George Keymas ...
Doctor I
Lou Straley ...
Doctor II
Carole Kane ...
Nurse
Tiki Santos ...
King Kalakua
Reggie Valencia ...
Palea
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Chinese Houseboy (as Soon Taik Oh)
Peter Hale ...
Myron Kendrick
Duane Grey ...
Dock Guard
Mel Prestidge ...
Polynesian
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Jim and Arte must stop a deadly plot to kill a Hawaiian King on the high seas.

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In the opening scene, Artemus identifies prussic acid in Tokay. Prussic acid is better known now as cyanide (actually hydrogen cyanide, HCN); Tokay is a variety of sweet wine from Hungary, ideally suited to masking the distinctive bitterness of cyanide. See more »

Goofs

West displays considerable linguistic talent in being able to identify the phrase spoken in the prologue as being Hawaiian. It is very similar to other Pacific Island languages in the Eastern Polynesian group, which includes Tahitian and Marquesan. It would take a fluent speaker to distinguish Hawaiian from any other East Polynesian language. See more »

Quotes

Adam Barclay: I have the perfect secretary, Mr. West.
James T. West: Congratulations.
Adam Barclay: Efficient as a stiletto, silent as the grave, and discrete as a hangman's wife.
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References Dr. No (1962) See more »

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