Agents West and Gordon are notified by another agent about an assassination plot against President Juarez of Mexico. Later, they find the agent dead with a knife in his back through a flyer... See full summary »

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Agents West and Gordon are notified by another agent about an assassination plot against President Juarez of Mexico. Later, they find the agent dead with a knife in his back through a flyer for the Echo Amusement Park. When West arrives at the deserted amusement park, he meets Count Manzeppi, master of trickery and corruption. Manzeppi captures West and force him to help kill the Mexican President. First, he must kill his partner and best friend, Artemus Gordon. Written by Tiff Banks

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The voice of Giulio, Richard Pryor's dummy, was provided by an uncredited Ross Martin. Martin had used an identical voice for Punchy, the cartoon character in Hawaiian Punch commercials. See more »

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When Tony and Deadeye shoot at Jim, their knives and bullets hit the wall behind him and to his left. However, when he runs to the wall to grab the knife a minute later, he runs to his right. See more »

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Count Carlos Mario Vincenzo Robespierre Manzeppi: Act one to you, Mr. West. But when the mists rise and the sudden silences fall... look for me.
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Referenced in The Wild Wild West: The Night of the Assassin (1967) See more »

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Impressive!
10 September 2016 | by (Massachusetts, USA) – See all my reviews

When MeTV decided to air "The Wild Wild West" on Saturday nights, I decided to watch it. It had been, overall, close to 50 years since I saw the show.

It did not disappoint.

I never saw the series when it aired in 1966-67, because I was watching "The Green Hornet." And yes, this show was taking cues from "Batman," both from the colorful costuming and from the appearance of Victor Buono. From a casting episode, it also stands out from the appearance of Richard Pryor, as well as from an appearance by Anthony Eisley, who used to star with Robert Conrad in "Hawaiian Eye."

I can see why I was disappointed when this series was canceled in 1969. It was well done, and could have gone on for at least two more years.


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