The Wild Wild West (1965–1969)
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The Night of the Fugitives 

To break a powerful crime syndicate, Jim and Arte must capture its wily bookkeeper before Diamond Dave gets him first..

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James T. West
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Sheriff Baggs
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Rhoda
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Hallelujah Harry
Larry Duran ...
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Gabriel Walsh ...
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Sid McCoy ...
Tod Warner
A.G. Vitanza ...
Grady
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Norbet Plank
Douglas Henderson ...
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To break a powerful crime syndicate, Jim and Arte must capture its wily bookkeeper before Diamond Dave gets him first..

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8 November 1968 (USA)  »

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Yet another appearance by the Dodge City sets from Gunsmoke (1955). This time standing in as the town of Epitaph. See more »

Goofs

(at around 17 mins) West is lowering himself and Plank to the ground with his winch. Just after landing, the wire that helps suspend West is visible, attached to his back near his belt. See more »

Quotes

Monk: Oh, Mr. Desmond!
Diamond Dave Desmond: What is it?
Monk: Your stickpin - it's gone!
Artemus Gordon: [as Hallelujah Harry] That's not all that's missing either, brother.
Diamond Dave Desmond: My watch! And my wallet!
Artemus Gordon: Man should have more than one way for bringin' in the sheaves, I always say.
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Featured in Pioneers of Television: Westerns (2011) See more »

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Go West!
30 April 2008 | by See all my reviews

Well here we go with the running, jumping, episode. Never in any other episode will you see more of James West moving around as much as this show. There is much to like in this episode, what with Simon Oakland, who was terrific in The Night Stalker, as the heavy Diamond Dave, Arte in disguise as a con artist preacher, Norbit the creepy woman-loving book-keeper and a script by the wonderful Paul Playdon who wrote a lot of the better Mission Impossibles it is a good episode let down by a weak finale. This is also the episode where Conrad nearly died in a very bad fall and it's all on camera for you to see. And boy it looks nasty. Overall good stuff.


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