Agents West and Gordon are engaged to rescue an Indian Chief's abducted daughter before the Indians retaliate. The agents learn that the miniature Dr. Miguelito Loveless, responsible for ... See full summary »

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Agents West and Gordon are engaged to rescue an Indian Chief's abducted daughter before the Indians retaliate. The agents learn that the miniature Dr. Miguelito Loveless, responsible for the kidnapping, has a plan to rule a land of little people, with the help of a powder he invented to reduce the size of people. During the rescue mission, Loveless shrinks Jim and the Indian Princess to a height of six inches, leaving them to defend themselves from the mad doctor's now gigantic cat. Written by Anonymous

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Cleopatra the meat eating plant from the Addams Family makes an appearance See more »

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West slides down the slide after passing the mouse trap, as he enters the hole his suit is blue. As he proceeds down the slide his suit is green and when he exits the slide his suit is blue again. This is because the slide scene is simply reused from the previous episode (The Wild Wild West: The Night of the Golden Cobra), except the original had West sliding from the upper-right to lower-left of the screen - so the scene was flipped for this episode. See more »

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Artemus Gordon: The damsel in distress is no damsel.
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References The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957) See more »

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Sloop John B
Performed by Phoebe Dorinand Michael Dunn
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Land Of The Giants West Style
22 October 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Loveless shrinks West to even smaller than himself in this episode. This is one of the weakest of the Loveless episodes. The plot is weak here. It centers on Loveless kidnapping an Indian Princess and causing such havoc with an Indian uprising that the Secret Service must assign Agent West to get to the bottom of this problem.

While Michael Dunn fans get some of him here, this particular episode is not the strongest of the Dr. Loveless ones. The Indian Princess does not really light up the screen either. While Lovless has developed a formula to shrink West, he does not have a major plot here on how he is going to use it in developed form.

Still, this episode while not being perfect, isn't too bad. There isn't as much good dialog in this one compared with others either.


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