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The Night of the Undead 

Revenge, jealousy and a rivalry between two doctors result in dastardly human experiments when James West comes upon a voodoo sacrificial killing. As West shoots his gun into the air to ... See full summary »

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(as Marvin Chomsky)
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James T. West
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Artemus Gordon
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Dr. Articulus
Joan Delaney ...
Mariah Eddington
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Phalah
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Dr. Paul Eddington
Joseph V. Perry ...
Bartender (as Joseph Perry)
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Griseley
Marvin Brody ...
Player #1
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Tiny Jon
Hal De Windt ...
Taro (as Hal DeWindt)
Kai Hernandez ...
Domino
Alvenia Bentley ...
Creole Dancer
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Revenge, jealousy and a rivalry between two doctors result in dastardly human experiments when James West comes upon a voodoo sacrificial killing. As West shoots his gun into the air to stop the ritual, the zombie-like participants turn and walk away. West is then attacked by a huge man named Tiny John, but as the agent shoots the man in the heart, Tiny John simply turns away and heads for the swamp. While the agents investigate further, they learn why the people are in a trance and discover the real reason behind the doctors' contempt for each other. Written by Anonymous

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2 February 1968 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When Artie goes to see Dr. Articulus he pretends to be a Major Brainard, an engineer inspecting the route of a proposed canal from Baton Rouge to the Gulf coast. His chosen disguise bears a strong resemblance to Teddy Roosevelt (who in the show's time period would have still been a teenager). This was probably deliberate, since Roosevelt was responsible for the U.S. building the Panama Canal after he became president. See more »

Goofs

In Act IV, when West and Gordon unscrew the pipe they are hanging from, the end of the pipe that West pulls out shows that the pipe had no threads and was not even screwed in to the fixture it was supposedly attached to. If the pipe had been connected properly, there is no way they could have unscrewed the pipe the way they did. See more »

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Edited from Mighty Joe Young (1949) See more »

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