James West investigates the deaths of members of the board of directors of the Jupiter Corporation with the help of the son of one of the deceased. They both encounter both stock fraud and an odd bar with a circus theme.

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Artemus Gordon (credit only)
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Amelia Bronston
Steve Carlson ...
Lionel Bronston
Joanie Sommers ...
Kyra Vanders
Tol Avery ...
Mr. Gorhan
Richard O'Brien ...
Mr. Van Cleve
Lee Duncan ...
Bartender
E.A. Sirianni ...
O'Brien
Milton Parsons ...
Kessel
Nelson Welch ...
Board Member #5
Virginia Peters ...
Matron
María García ...
Honey (as Mary Garcia)
Mike Mahoney ...
Head Guard
Buff Brady ...
Butler
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James West investigates the deaths of members of the board of directors of the Jupiter Corporation with the help of the son of one of the deceased. They both encounter both stock fraud and an odd bar with a circus theme.

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Amelia Bronston arms herself with what appears to be a .38 revolver with an external extractor rod beneath the barrel. This type of configuration, common today, did not appear on revolvers until the 1890s, notably the Colt - a couple of decades beyond the time period which the series is set. See more »

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Dreams, Dreams of a Lady's Love
Performed by Joanie Sommers
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Surprise Ender
12 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Considering some of the weakest episodes were this last season, this last one is a surprise. It has a stronger plot than Bleak Island, and really is a better end er though this one was not intentionally the ending episode.

It could be a better script because of 3 writers including Michael Garrison and 2 veteran writers from Rawhide and Lost in Space contributed give this the more cerebral plot. Perhaps, maybe, since they might have had an idea this would end it they waited this one until last.

The Board of Jupiter Corporation mystery fits in quite well with the fantasy that was this Wild West which never really existed. It did not matter to fans of the series, we watched because we enjoyed the cast and the action sequences. One episode, not this one, included a sequence where one of the fight scenes participants were hurled into the camera. You'd never see that from the tamer Kirk on Star Trek.

This show is a throwback to the better ones, a fitting conclusion.


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