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The Night of the Surreal McCoy 

Agents West and Gordon are guarding a museum containing the famous Herzberg jewels but someone still manages to steal the gems. Afterwards, a famous painting of Western scene is removed ... See full summary »

Director:

Alan Crosland Jr.

Writers:

Michael Garrison (creator), John Kneubuhl
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Robert Conrad ... Jim West
Ross Martin ... Artemus Gordon
Michael Dunn ... Dr. Miguelito Loveless
John Doucette ... Axel Morgan
Ivan Triesault ... Ambassador
John A. Alonzo ... Lightnin' McCoy (as John Alonzo)
Noel Drayton ... Museum Director
Quentin Sondergaard Quentin Sondergaard ... Gunman (as Quinton Sondergaard)
Jorge Moreno ... Barkeep
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Storyline

Agents West and Gordon are guarding a museum containing the famous Herzberg jewels but someone still manages to steal the gems. Afterwards, a famous painting of Western scene is removed from the museum by its wealthy rancher-owner. Gordon becomes suspicious and notifies West who discovers that the rancher is partners with Miguelito Loveless, the evil inventor-doctor. Written by Anonymous

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Trivia

Western fans will recognize two sets used extensively in this story. The Morgan mansion's facade and interior sets are those used for the Barkley mansion on The Big Valley (1965), and the saloon is the set used for the Wayfarer's Inn on Cimarron Strip (1967). See more »

Goofs

When West, Gordon, and the Ambassador transport out of the painting back to Morgan's place using the triangle, the triangle disappears with them. However, when they 'wake up' in front of the house, there is no triangle in sight. See more »

Quotes

[West and Gordon are holed up behind a wagon, firing at a bunch of Loveless' men]
Jim West: Know where the ambassador is?
Artemus Gordon: Yeah, saloon basement. He's all right.
Jim West: Think you can find him?
Artemus Gordon: What? And leave you here alone?
Jim West: Only four of them left.
[Artemus shoots down one of Loveless' men]
Artemus Gordon: Three. Hardly seems worth your while.
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Too many things in this topic
4 March 2019 | by searchanddestroy-1See all my reviews

What I mean is that there are many many elements in this tremendous episode. First the paintings mystery and then the pistoleros scheme, and I don't speak about the John Doucette character who seems to be a kind of outsider...yes, there is something unsual here, if you compare to the other épisodes and the Dr Loveless purpose rather not so clear. But why not? That's a W W WEST episode after all. And I appreciated the way one of the gunfighters - McCoy - is presented, in the saloon, as if he was the hero, when he shoots the tough guy in black.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 March 1967 (USA) See more »

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CBS Television Network See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(DVD)

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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