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The Night of the Golden Cobra 

The Indian Commissioner of the Pawnee Indians recruits James West to investigate the strange occurrences at the reservation. In his search, West is bitten by a cobra snake rendering him ... See full summary »

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The Indian Commissioner of the Pawnee Indians recruits James West to investigate the strange occurrences at the reservation. In his search, West is bitten by a cobra snake rendering him unconscious. When he awakens, Jim finds himself in the palace of the Maharajah of Rampor, also known as Mr. Singh. Written by Anonymous

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This episode was first to be shot in color, although The Wild Wild West: The Night of the Eccentrics (1966) was aired first. See more »

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During the opening fight training sequence between Jim and Artie, when Artie falls back on the sofa, he is completely covered by the shadow of the camera. See more »

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James T. West: Whatever you do, don't go in there. There's a tiger in there.
[Artemus opens the door and close it]
Artemus Gordon: There's a tiger in there!
James T. West: Nooo...
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Featured in Pioneers of Television: Westerns (2011) See more »

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The Great Boris Karloff
1 May 2010 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"The Night of the Golden Cobra" was the first episode to be shot in color, with the great Boris Karloff on hand as Mr.Singh, who wants Jim West (Robert Conrad) to teach his sons the finer points of killing, while his daughter (Audrey Dalton) helps him out of one scrape after another. A disappointing entry, scripted in repetitious fashion, helped immeasurably by Karloff's presence. Later that season, Boris would show up on THE GIRL FROM U.N.C.L.E., playing the title role in "The Mother Muffin Affair," and also I SPY, in "Mainly on the Plains," with an unbilled Paul Naschy, shot on location in Spain, where he would next complete "Cauldron of Blood," which was filming in Madrid when the episode aired on Feb 22 1967. Irish-born Audrey Dalton, at 32 nearing the end of her busy TV career, was no stranger to Karloff, having previously appeared in three episodes of his anthology THRILLER.


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