The Wild Wild West: Season 4, Episode 16

The Night of the Winged Terror: Part II (24 Jan. 1969)

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Artemus Gordon (credit only)
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Christopher Cary ...
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Mayor Cecil Pudney (archive footage)
John Harding ...
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Roy Engel ...
President Ulysses S. Grant (archive footage)
Valentin de Vargas ...
Col. Chaveros (as Valentin deVargas)
Vic Perrin ...
Professor Simon Winkler (archive footage)
Frank Sorello ...
Ambassador Ramirez
Rico Alaniz ...
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Julio Medina ...
Townsman
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West departs Raven's headquarters in a bid to ruin the organization's plot to kill a Mexican official. The Secret Service agent, though, doesn't realize he has been programmed to assassinate the official -- and it appears he has done just that. However, fellow agent Frank Harper disguised himself as the official and wore a bulletproof vest, enabling him to survive the attack by the brainwashed West. Meanwhile, West bides his time, pretending to join Raven until he could find out more about Raven leader Tycho who claims to know "all that ever was." Harper, meantime, and other agents research the background of Raven's Professor Toombs. Harper disguises himself as Toombs' mentor, a disgraced German scientist. The agents try to break the case before Raven can strike again. Written by Bill Koenig

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Stock music that Morton Stevens originally composed for Hawaii Five-O (1968) appears in this show. Examples include music at the end of acts II and III and an action sequence in Act IV. See more »

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