Jim poses as a hired gunman, and Arte as a corrupt colonel, to infiltrate a renegade army led by Thorwald Wolf, who plans to conquer Mexico's Baja California.

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Rita Leon
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Jim poses as a hired gunman, and Arte as a corrupt colonel, to infiltrate a renegade army led by Thorwald Wolf, who plans to conquer Mexico's Baja California.

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1 April 1966 (USA)  »

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In the opening scene where Jim is knocked out and laying on the ground, his arm is over his head and tight against it. When the camera shows him again, there is a gap between his head and his arm, then in the next shot, his arm is back in the original position, tight against his head. See more »

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Better Than Spocks Brain, But That is A Low Target
22 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Gene L Coon who wrote some other episodes of West & several episodes of Star Trek (including Spock's Brain ugh) in the 1960's wrote the script for this one. It is actually a pretty decent outing.

Keenan Wynne is a corrupt former Army officer who is intent on taking over Baja, California and the entire south west. This is a pretty common plot during the first season of West, even Dr. Loveless tries to do this. It looks like he is going to succeed for a while as he catches West after West infiltrates his operation.

Artie shows up a an arms dealers trying to make a crooked deal to equip Wynnes force and eventually West & Artie stop them cold. There is some decent stunt work & more than a few blanks fired in this episode as the episode moves along at a pretty brisk pace.


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