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Jim and Arte serve as couriers, delivering bribes to save California from bankruptcy. Problem is, Doctor Loveless is killing the benefactors and stealing their money.
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The third appearance of 7-foot-tall Richard Kiel
as Voltaire, assistant of tiny Dr. Miguelito Loveless. For the first time, he speaks, which even draws a comment from Artemus Gordon. In his two previous appearances, Voltaire appeared to be mute, communicating entirely through gestures and facial expressions. See more
When West goes to visit Crane he is playing with an electric toy train set. The earliest electric trains, when not powered by batteries, were most often run on three-rail tracks. Two-rail tracks did not come into use until the early years of the 20th century. In 1874, model trains were usually powered by clockwork springs. Unlike the various mad scientists and their anachronistic inventions that became the trademark of The Wild Wild West
(1965), Crane is merely one of the victims of Dr. Loveless. See more
You know, for a man who's always getting blown up, you have very soft skin.