The Wild Wild West: Season 2, Episode 15

The Night of the Lord of Limbo (30 Dec. 1966)

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When a magician makes Arte disappear, Jim must travel to another dimension to find him. What his journey back in time reveals is a plot to change the outcome of the Civil War.

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Col. Noel Bartley Vautrain
Dianne Foster ...
Amanda Vautrain
Felice Orlandi ...
Capt. Vincent Scoffield
Gregory Morton ...
Levering
Ed Prentiss ...
Col. Fairchild
Harry Harvey ...
Theater Manager (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
Will J. White ...
Robber
Davis Roberts ...
Bartender
Tyler McVey ...
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When a magician makes Arte disappear, Jim must travel to another dimension to find him. What his journey back in time reveals is a plot to change the outcome of the Civil War.

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While the notion of time as a dimension or property of space (space-time) had not yet emerged, a literary tradition of time travel was already well established, going back almost 2,500 years. The earliest known depiction of a mechanism for voluntary time travel was the 1887 novel 'El Anacronópete' by Enrique Gaspar y Rimbau. See more »

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West mentions his concerns with giving a truthful report to their superior, Colonel Falk, at the end of the episode. The Colonel who receives the report is credited as Colonel Fairchild. See more »

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Jim West: The Colonel is a rather unique travel agent.
Artemus Gordon: And a most unusual magician, too.
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The man who could control time
10 December 2013 | by (Ambrosia) – See all my reviews

Arte vanishes during a stage magician's - Abu The Magnificent - act. The only clue is a sabre bearing the initials 'N.B.V.'. In Vicksberg, he locates the sabre's owner. one 'Colonel Noel Bartley Vautrain' ( Ricardo Montalban ). He is a mastery of magic and has a room in his house that is a doorway to the Fourth Dimension, through which one can go back in time. Having used Jim and Arte as guinea pigs, the Colonel wants to go back to the Civil War before he received the injury that caused him to lose both legs. But he has another far more sinister motive - he wants to reverse the outcome of said conflict by killing General Grant...

One of the best 'W.W.W.' episodes, benefiting greatly from Montalban's smooth performance as 'Vautrain'. Like the Kenneth Branagh 'Dr.Loveless', he too is wheelchair-bound but there is none of the crass overacting that characterised Branagh's portrayal. Dianne Foster adds glamour as his niece 'Amanda'. A reviewer has mentioned Montalban's later series 'Fantasy Island' as being possibly inspired by this episode. I think a better example would be 'Time Express', a short-lived 1979 series that starred Vincent Price and Coral Browne and featured people going back in time to change their lives for the better.


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