The Wild Wild West (1965–1969)
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The Night of the Doomsday Formula 

When arms dealer kidnaps the inventor of a powerful new explosive, Jim and Artie attempt to rescue him before his formula's sold to the highest bidder.

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When arms dealer kidnaps the inventor of a powerful new explosive, Jim and Artie attempt to rescue him before his formula's sold to the highest bidder.

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Melinda Plowman's last role. See more »

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Artemus disguises himself as an Ottoman Turk, a citizen of an Islamic empire, yet he readily accepts an alcoholic drink without comment. A real Mahometan (as they were called at the time) Turk would either have refused, or made an excuse while accepting the drink to deflect the sin. See more »

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Arabian Artemus
30 April 2008 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Two episodes in and the series is travelling along fine. There's a lot to admire in this show. West coming to the rescue of the maiden in distress by scooping her up out of the fire with a gadget that Batman would use in a similar fashion in Burton's classic years later.

Kevin Mc Carthy, a fan fave since the Invasion of the Body Snatchers sliming it up as the bad guy.

An explosive so powerful,'..it could destroy the world.'

Artie's hilarious playing of the musical instrument and the great comedy with the record skipping.

This is what the Wild wild west is all about.


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