CTVA US Western - "The Wild Wild West" (Michael Garrison/Bruce Lansbury/CBS)(1965-69) Robert Conrad, Ross Martin

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The Wild Wild West (1965-69)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Sal Crisanti
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive

The Wild Wild West (season 1) (CBS) (1965-1966)
The Wild Wild West (season 2) (CBS) (1966-1967)
The Wild Wild West (season 3) (CBS) (1967-1968)
The Wild Wild West (season 4) (CBS) (1968-1969)
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THE WILD WILD WEST
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Produced by Michael Garrison Productions, Bruce Lansbury Productions
for
CBS Television
Created by Michael Garrison
(Producer/Creator Michael Garrison died while ep #39 / prod. #37 was in production, August 17, 1966)
Executive Producers: Michael Garrison and Philip Leacock
Produced by:
Collier Young (2-4), Fred Freiberger (5-14), John Mantley (15-21), Gene L. Coon (22-27), Bruce Lansbury
Associate Producers: Bruce Fowler,Jr., Leonard Katzman, Richard H. Landau

First Run: September 1965 - April 1969 CBS Friday
Rebroadcasts: June 1970 - September 1970 CBS Monday 10-11

US Western Series 1965-69 104 episodes x 60 min (28bw / 76color)

Starring:
Robert Conrad as James T. West
Ross Martin as Artemus Gordon
Note: Ross Martin does NOT appear in  prod. nos.  93-100  (8 episodes in season 4)  due to a Heart Attack.
recurring cast:
Charles Davis as Tennyson (1965-66) (1st season only)
Charles Aidman as Jeremy Pike (1968-69) (last season)
Michael Dunn as Dr. Miguelito Loveless

Premise:
The exploits of James T. West (Robert Conrad) and Artemus Gordon (Ross Martin) U.S. Government Secret Service
Agents of the 1870's as they use ingenious scientific weapons to battle diabolic villains

Other Credits: [SC]
DIRECTORS INCLUDED:
MARVIN J. CHOMSKY,IRVING J. MOORE (25 episodes), WILLIAM WITNEY, RICHARD DONNER,
ALAN CROSLAND,JR., MIKE MODER, RICHARD C. SARAFIAN,
CHARLES R. RONDEAU, PAUL STANLEY,MICHAEL CAFFEY
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ASSISTANT DIRECTORS INCLUDED:
LEONARD KATZMAN, ALWESTEN, CHRISTOPHER SEITZ
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WRITERS INCLUDED:
JACKSON GILLIS, ROBERT C. DENNIS, KEN KOLB, GENE L. COON,
DONN MULLALLY, DAVID MOESSINGER, EDWARD J. LAKSO, KEN PETTUS,
RICHARD H. LANDAU, GILBERT RALSTON
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PRODUCTION MANAGERS INCLUDED SAM
MANNERS,CHRISTOPHER N. SEITZ,HARRY R. SHERMAN
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FILM EDITORS INCLUDED:
LESTER ORLEBECK, GENE FOWLER, JR.,BYRON CHUDNOW
(Film Editors also : Grant K. Smith, Alan J. Jaggs )
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CINEMATOGAPHERS INCLUDED:
TED VOIGHTLANDER, FRANK V. PHILLIPS,RICHARD L. RAWLINGS
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Art Director: Gibson Holley, Albert Heschong
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STORY CONSULTANT: HENRY SHARP
STORY EDITORS INCLUDED:
MARK WEINGART AND WILLIAM KOENIG
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THEME MUSIC AND CONDUCTOR RICHARD MARKOWITZ
ADDITIONAL MUSIC BY: LEO KLATZKIN, WALTER SCHARF, RICHARD SHORES,
MORTON STEVENS
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STUNTS INCLUDED:
WHITEY HUGHES (STUNT COORDINATOR), DICK CANGEY, RED WEST, FRED STROMSOE,
TOM HUFF, JOHN HUDKINS, TERRY LEONARD, BOB HERRON, BILL CATCHING,
CHARLES HORVATH, FRED CARSON, TROY MELTON, MIKE MASTERS, JACK PERKINS,
ROY JENSON, DICK CROCKETT, DALE VAN SICKEL, JERRY LAVERONI,
AL WYATT
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FILMING LOCATIONS INCLUDED:
CBS STUDIO CENTER (FORMER REPUBLIC STUDIO BACKLOT AND WESTERN STREET,
VASQUEZ ROCKS, BRONSON CANYON
 
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 "The Wild Wild West Revisited" (1979) (2hr TV Movie) 9 May 79

 "More Wild Wild West" (1980) (2hr TV Movie) 7 & 8 Oct 80

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