Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 17, 1965
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
CBS TV Network

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The Wild Wild West

Secret Service Agents James West and Artemus Gordon travel the US in a special train, working for the President to solve crimes and keep the nation safe. Artie creates lots of gadgets for James to use and Artie is a master of disguise and dialects. Together they thwart villains like Miguelito Loveless, folks masquerading as aliens and mad scientists who want us living on the bottom of the ocean.

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04x24 The Night of the Plague Aired: Apr. 04, 1969

West deals with the kidnapping of the Governor's daughter while Gordon rushes to find Jim to inoculate him from the disease one of the criminals …

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Canceled/Ended
The show had 4 seasons and 104 episodes air between 1965 and 1969.

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  • Ross Martin knew how to ride but he only tolerated horses he didn't love them.
  • Goof (errors made by characters, possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): Throughout the series various characters mispronounce "cavalry" as "calvary", confusing a pair of near-homonyms…
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    Goof (errors made by characters, possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): Throughout the series various characters mispronounce "cavalry" as "calvary", confusing a pair of near-homonyms with Latin origins. Cavalry means soldiers on horseback. Calvary means an object shaped like a skull. The most (in)famous "place of the skull" (Calvariae Locus in Latin) was a Jerusalem landmark where convicts such as Jesus Christ were crucified during Roman Empire times.
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  • Many episodes don't take place in sequential order. In the few which are given specific dates (in newspapers, verbal references, historical facts, or other kinds of clues), the year often…
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    Many episodes don't take place in sequential order. In the few which are given specific dates (in newspapers, verbal references, historical facts, or other kinds of clues), the year often jumps back and forth. For example, a the first season's "The Wild Wild West" (1965) {The Night of the Whirring Death (#1.20)} takes place in 1874, while some second-season episodes (such as "The Wild Wild West" (1965) {The Night of the Eccentrics (#2.1)}_, "The Wild Wild West" (1965) {The Night of the Brain (#2.21)}) take place in 1872 or another pre-1874 date. Usually this does not make any problem for internal storyline continuity, as the episodes rarely refer back to each other specifically.
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