The Wild Wild West (1965–1969)
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The Night of the Spanish Curse 

Crossing the border into Mexico, Jim and Artie pursue a group of bandits posing as the ghosts of Cortez and his conquistadors.

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Toian Matchinga ...
Cosina
Richard Angarola ...
Allesandro
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Gil Serna ...
Fernandez
Fred Villani ...
Morales
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Fred Stromsoe ...
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Crossing the border into Mexico, Jim and Artie pursue a group of bandits posing as the ghosts of Cortez and his conquistadors.

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3 January 1969 (USA)  »

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When Jim is caught spying on Cortez by a guard the he and Jim go thru the door it's a stuntman falling off the stairs on to the "wooden crate" See more »

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During a fight scene West throws one of the henchmen into the camera causing it to wobble back and forth. See more »

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Artemus Gordon: [Explosions rock the cavern] Those are just some diversionary bombs I set off all over the place.
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West of Mexico
4 May 2008 | by See all my reviews

Even though Arte Gordon manages an appearance in this episode I found this show a little by-the-numbers for my liking.

The series falls into humdrum with this script and one has to wonder whether the injuries to Conrad and Martin and the changing co-stars were having a negative effect at this stage.

The story as it stands has a bunch of thugs dressing up as Conquistadors and threatening a village in Mexico with a fake volcano.

The normally excellent Thayer David plays the fake God Cortez and even he looks like he was going through the motions.

It's nice to see Arte back in action and the volcano machine looks fantastic but one hopes that this wouldn't begin a down hill run for the rest of the series.


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