The Wild Wild West: Season 2, Episode 12

The Night of the Man-Eating House (2 Dec. 1966)

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Agents West and Gordon are sent to transport a prisoner to the hospital after the prisoner spent nearly thirty years in solitary confinement for treason. Looking for a place to spend the ... See full summary »

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Agents West and Gordon are sent to transport a prisoner to the hospital after the prisoner spent nearly thirty years in solitary confinement for treason. Looking for a place to spend the night, the men come upon a deserted mansion whose doors mysteriously swing wide open for the travelers and slam shut once they enter. As night approaches, the men begin to hear a crying woman but they can not find its source. Written by Anonymous

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Day claims that his rats will be infected with bubonic plague by exposing them to plague carrying ants. Only fleas can infect rats or people since ants are not blood suckers. See more »

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One of the best WWW episodes
19 March 2007 | by (southern California) – See all my reviews

This is one of the best episodes. And since The Wild, Wild, West is coming out at this writing {March 2007} with the second season on DVD, I will probably get the DVD set. Best for screen-write, storyline, James & Artemus chemistry (and good Ross Martin acting piece), with a surprise ending which added just another touch to the screenwriter's gem of a story. If you like a good ghost story, this is one of the few (if not only) Wild, Wild, West production done in the genre of spooky-type ghost story without being over-the-top at all. Good supporting cast and good art set. There is really no more to say, just enjoy it when you see it. Do bring the popcorn.


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