The Wild Wild West: Season 1, Episode 19

The Night of the Flaming Ghost (4 Feb. 1966)

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Jim and Arte follow the trail of stolen kerosene and sulfur to Harpers Ferry, where they find an 1870's version of John Brown wielding an instrument of doom.

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John Obediah Brown
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Carma Vasquez
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Jim and Arte follow the trail of stolen kerosene and sulfur to Harpers Ferry, where they find an 1870's version of John Brown wielding an instrument of doom.

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Good enough episode....
16 March 2011 | by (Georgetown, KY) – See all my reviews

Good enough episode with some curious decisions about Carmen being made by a couple of federal agents at the end. Carmen aided and abetted a kidnapping of the dressmaker and the murder of the old man on the stagecoach, set rattlesnakes on to Jim West (I'd shot her for that alone), and identified Artemus by his ear putting him in peril of his life. Also, John Brown was pretty easily defeated even though he had his asbestos suit on. Karen Sharpe looked fine, though. Artemus looked pretty convincing in his whiskey seller disguise although he grew that beard awfully quickly and what was the deal with him taking the time to clean up and wear a cavalry uniform for the rescue? Still, a bad WWW episode is still worth watching.


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