CTVA US Western - "The Wild Wild West" (CBS) Season 2 (1966-67)

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Starring: Robert Conrad (as James T. West) & Ross Martin (as Artemus Gordon)
Season 2 (CBS) (1966-67)
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


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28 color episodes
CBS Fridays 7:30 - 8:30
Followed By: "Hogan's Heroes" 8:30 PM
CBS Friday Night Movie
Other Networks:
ABC: "The Green Hornet" 7:30 PM
"The Time Tunnel" 8:00 PM

NBC: "Tarzan" 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Emmy Award: Agnes Moorehead, Outstanding Performance by an Actress
in a Supporting Role in a Drama, "The Night of the Vicious Valentine" (Episode #48 - 10-Feb-1967)

2.1 [29] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE ECCENTRICS
(9-16-66) prod. no. 34 / 16-Sep-1966 CBS Fri
Produced by Michael Garrison
Written by Charles Bennett
Directed by Robert Sparr
Guest Cast:
Victor Buono ...... Count Carlos Mario Vincenzo Robespierre Manzeppi
Richard Pryor ...... Villar
Anthony Eisley ...... Deadeye
Paul Wallace ...... Tony
Le Grand Mellon ...... Miranda
Roy Jenson ...... Vance Markham
Harry Ellerbe ...... Col. Armstrong
Frank Sorello ...... President Juarez
Mike Masters ...... Titan
Agents West and Gordon are notified by another agent about an assassination plot against President Juarez of Mexico.
Later, they find the agent dead with a knife in his back through a flyer for the Echo Amusement Park. When West arrives
at the deserted amusement park, he meets Count Manzeppi, master of trickery and corruption. Manzeppi captures West and
force him to help kill the Mexican President. First, he must kill his partner and best friend, Artemus Gordon.

2.2 [30] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE GOLDEN GOBRA
prod. no. 29 / 23-Sep-1966 CBS Fri
Produced by Michael Garrison
Written by Henry Sharp
Directed by Irving Moore
Guest Cast:
Boris Karloff ...... Mr. Singh
Michael York ...... Gupta
Audrey Dalton ...... Veda Singh
Jose De Vega ...... John Mountain-Top
Simon Scott ...... Col. Stanton Mayo
James Westmoreland ...... Chandra
John Alonzo ...... Sarrkan
Sujata ...... Hindu Dancer
Asoka ...... Hindu Dancer
Morgan Farley ...... Mudjaz
The Indian Commissioner of the Pawnee Indians recruits James West to investigate the strange occurrences at the
reservation. In his search, West is bitten by a cobra snake rendering him unconscious. When he awakens, Jim finds
himself in the palace of the Maharajah of Rampor, also known as Mr. Singh.

2.3 [31] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE RAVEN
prod. no. 32 / 30-Sep-1966 CBS Fri
Produced by Michael Garrison
Written by Ed D. Lorenzo
Directed by Irving Moore
Guest Cast:
Michael Dunn ...... Dr. Miguelito Loveless
Phyllis Newman ...... Princess Wanakee
Santy Josol ...... Chawtaw
Phoebe Dorin ...... Antoinette
Howard Hoffman ...... War Eagle
Agents West and Gordon are engaged to rescue an Indian Chief's abducted daughter before the Indians retaliate. The agents
learn that the miniature Dr. Miguelito Loveless, responsible for the kidnapping, has a plan to rule a land of little people,
with the help of a powder he invented to reduce the size of people. During the rescue mission, Loveless shrinks Jim and the
Indian Princess to a height of six inches, leaving them to defend themselves from the mad doctor's now gigantic cat.

2.4 [32] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE BIG BLAST
prod. no. 30 / 7-Oct-1966 CBS Fri
Produced by Michael Garrison
Written by Ken Kolb
Directed by Ralph Senensky
Guest Cast:
Ida Lupino ...... Dr. Faustina
Mala Powers ...... Lily Fortune
Patsy Kelly ...... Prudence Fortune
Robert Miller Driscoll ...... Lyle Peters
Rita D'Amico ...... Carmen
Melville Ruick ...... Attorney General
Bruce Manning ...... Miklos
Dr. Faustina and her mute servant, Miklos, have transformed a corpse into a duplicate image of Jim West. When they bring
the corpse back to life, Faustina's plot is to have West look-alike gain entry to a meeting of the President's cabinet to
kill four of the members.

2.5 [33] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE RETURNING DEAD
prod. no. 35/ 14-Oct-1966 CBS Fri
Produced by Michael Garrison
Written by John Kneubuhl
Directed by Richard Donner
Guest Cast:
Peter Lawford ...... Carl Jackson
Sammy Davis Jr. ...... Jeremiah
Ken Lynch ...... Tom Kellogg
Hazel Court ...... Elizabeth Carter
Alan Baxter ...... Sheriff Ned Briggs
Frank Wilcox ...... Judge Bill Mott
Agents West and Gordon are called to investigate a mysterious Confederate night rider who comes to the ranch of Carl
Jackson, its wealthy owner. When the agents are charged by the ghost rider, they discover that the rider's appearance
coincides with the stable boy's eerie flute music. West and Gordon soon learn that Jeremiah, the stable boy, has been
living with a secret since his childhood, but others are trying their best to keep the agents from discovering the truth.

2.6 [34] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE FLYING PIE PLATE 
prod. no. 38 / 21-Oct-1966 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Daniel Ullman
Directed by Robert Sparr
Guest Cast:
William Windom ...... Ben Victor
Leslie Parrish ...... Morn / Maggie
Ford Rainey ...... Hellfire Simon
Woodrow Chambliss ...... Bill Wingo
Pitt Herbert ...... Byron Pettigrew
Arlene Charles ...... Alna
Cindy Taylor ...... Pan
Agent James West is protecting a shipment of gold en route to an Arizona town when he sees a flaming light in the sky
and hears a loud crash. West and the townspeople discover that a spaceship has landed and they witness three green women,
resembling Martians, coming out of the ship. Apparently, the women want to trade the precious gems on their clothing for
gold, which will be used as fuel for their spaceship's return trip. Artemus Gordon, posing as an expert jeweler, senses
a scam as he examines one of the gems.

2.7 [35] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE POISONOUS POSEY
prod. no. 39 / 28-Oct-1966 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Don Mullahy
Directed by Alan Crosland, Jr.
Guest Cast:
Delphi Lawrence ...... Lucrece Posey
Percy Rodriguez ...... Brutus
Hal Lynch ...... Sam Colburn
Andre Philippe ...... Ascot Sam
H.M. Wynant ...... Little Pinto
George Keymas ...... Sergei
Shug Fisher ...... Sheriff Blayne Cord
Christopher Cary ...... Snakes Tolliver
Eugene Iglesias ...... Gallito
Mike Masters ...... Cyril
While on vacation, West and Gordon wander into the town of Justice, Nevada. After an unexpectedly exciting greeting
by the citizens, they start to notice an unusual number of infamous international criminals around town. Artie goes
undercover to investigate this mysterious gathering while Jim gets into trouble confronting the villains directly.

2.8 [36] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE BOTTOMLESS PIT
prod. no. 36 / 4-Nov-1966 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Ken Kolb
Directed by Robert Sparr
Guest Cast:
Theo Marcuse ...... Gustave Mauvais / Hubert
Tom Drake ...... Vincent Reed
Joan Huntington ...... Camille Mauvais
Mabel Albertson ...... Mrs. Grimes
Steve Franken ...... LeFou
Seymour Green ...... Lime
Fred Carson ...... Le Cochon
Chuck O'Brien ...... Andre Couteau
Ernest Misko ...... Guard A
Gregg Martell ...... Guard B
The assignment for James West is to find a fellow agent who is imprisoned on Devil's Island. Getting imprisoned himself,
West is given lashes and sent into a pit where he finds Vincent Reed, the agent he was to free.

2.9 [37] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE WATERY DEATH
prod. no. 40 / 11-Nov-1966 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Michael Edwards
Directed by Irving Moore
Guest Cast:
John Van Dreelen ...... Marquis Philippe de La Mer
John Ashley ...... Lt. Keighley
Jocelyn Lane ...... Dominique
Forest Lewis ...... Captain Pratt
James Galante ...... Third Officer
While at the Mermaid Bar, Agent James West is shot with a blow dart by a woman disguised as a Mermaid. When he comes to,
West finds himself aboard a ship, where he meets an unusual woman with a mysterious compact. Suddenly, the ship is attacked
by a fire breathing dragon and ship explodes. After floating to shore, Jim meets Arte and they unveil the secrets of a new
weapon: a dragon-like torpedo attracted to a homing device in a woman's compact. Together they must find the weapon before
a government ship, loaded with a cargo of explosives, arrives in the San Francisco harbor.

2.10 [38] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE GREEN TERROR
prod. no. 41 / 18-Nov-1966 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by John Kneubeuhl
Directed by Robert Sparr
Guest Cast:
Michael Dunn ...... Dr. Miguelito Loveless
Paul Fix ...... Old Chief
Anthony Caruso ...... Bright Star Chief
Phoebe Dorin ...... Antoinette
Peggy Rea ...... Wife of Bright Star Chief
As they ride through the forest, Jim West and Artemus Gordon notice the unusual lack of vegetation and animal life.
They are suddenly approached by a giant knight who takes them to a large tent. There, West and Gordon meet a miniature
Robin Hood, who is really the evil Dr. Miguelito Loveless in disguise. Loveless wants to control the Indians as he starves
them by killing their food with his lethal green powder.

2.11 [39] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE READY MADE CORPSE
prod. no. 37 / 25-Nov-1966 CBS Fri
Produced by: Michael Garrison* *
(*Producer/Creator Michael Garrison died while ep #39 was in production, August 17, 1966)
Written by Ken Kolb & Bob Wood
Directed by Irving Moore
Guest Cast:
Carroll O'Connor ...... Fabian Lavendor
Alan Bergmann ...... Claudio Antille / Murphy
Karen Sharpe ...... Rose Murphy
Patricia Huston ...... Leda Pellargo
Paul Comi ...... Col. Pellargo #2
Daniel Ades ...... Col. Pellargo #1
Gene Tyburn ...... Finley
Jack Perkins ...... Golo
Agents West and Gordon are assigned to guard foreign dictator Colonel Pellargo but are foiled by a clever assassin who
himself shows up dead only a few days later. However, the disappearance of a local Irishman into Fabian Lavendor's funeral
parlor piques the agents' curiosity -- and the cut-and-dried assassination becomes a far more complex intrigue.

2.12 [40] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE MAN-EATING HOUSE
prod. no. 33 / 2-Dec-1966 CBS Fri
Produced by Michael Garrison
Written by John Kneubeuhl
Directed by Alan Crosland, Jr.
Guest Cast:
Hurd Hatfield ...... Liston Lawrence Day
William Talman ...... Sheriff
Agents West and Gordon are sent to transport a prisoner to the hospital after the prisoner spent nearly thirty years in
solitary confinement for treason. Looking for a place to spend the night, the men come upon a deserted mansion whose doors
mysteriously swing wide open for the travelers and slam shut once they enter. As night approaches, the men begin to hear
a crying woman but they can not find its source.

2.13 [41] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE SKULLS
prod. no. 43 / 16-Dec-1966 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Robert C. Dennis & Earl Barret
Directed by Alan Crosland, Jr.
Guest Cast:
Donald Woods ...... Senator Stephen Fenlow
Lisa Gaye ...... Lorelei
Douglas Henderson ...... Col. James Richmond
Madame Spivy ...... The Axe Lady
Francis De Sales ...... Charlton
QuintOn Sondergaard ...... Monk
Kem Dibbs ...... Plainclothesman
Robert Herron ...... Tigo
Mike Masters ...... Bluebeard
Calvin Brown ...... Iron Hook Harper
Sebastian Tom ...... Samurai
Anne Doud ...... Lucinda
Jim pretends to kill Arte. Now, posing as a wanted man, Jim infiltrates a murderous clan, where he uncovers a plot to
assassinate President Grant.

2.14 [42] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE INFERNAL MACHINE
prod. no. 31 / 23-Dec-1966 CBS Fri
Produced by Michael Garrison
Written by Shimon Wincelberg
Directed by Sherman Marks
Guest Cast:
Ed Begley ...... Judge M'Guigan
Elaine Dunn ...... Vashti
Will Kuluva ...... Zeno Baroda
Vito Scotti ...... Cefalu
Bill Zuckert ...... Police Inspector Bulvon
Michael Pate ...... Bledsoe
John Harmon ...... Moody--Clocksmith
Jon Lormer ...... Judge Vickerman
William Gwinn ...... Judge
At a judges' conference in the West, the power-crazed Judge M'Guigan plots against the Federal judiciary.

2.15 [43] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE LORD OF LIMBO
prod. no. 42/ 30-Dec-1966 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Henry Sharp
Directed by Jesse Hibbs
Guest Cast:
Ricardo Montalban ...... Col. Noel Bartley Vautrain
Dianne Foster ...... Amanda Vautrain
Felice Orlandi ...... Capt. Vincent Scoffield
Gregory Morton ...... Levering
Ed Prentiss ...... Col. Fairchild
Harry Harvey Sr. ...... Theater Manager
Will J. White ...... Robber
Davis Roberts ...... Bartender
Tyler McVey ...... Professor
When a magician makes Arte disappear, Jim must travel to another dimension to find him. What his journey back in time
reveals is a plot to change the outcome of the Civil War.

2.16 [44] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE TOTTERING TONTINE
prod. no. 44 / 6-Jan-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Elon Packard & Norman Hudis
Directed by Irving Moore
Guest Cast:
Robert Emhardt ...... Grevely
Harry Townes ...... Prof. Raven
Henry Darrow ...... Maurice
Michael Road ...... Dexter
Lisa Pera ...... Amelia
Arthur Space ...... Applegate
William Wintersole ...... Baring
Wilhelm von Homburg ...... Pearse
Steve Gravers ...... Stimson
Ted Stanhope ...... Bartender
Jim and Arte must protect a key member of a wealthy investment group whose surviving member stands to inherit the
group's sizable assets.

2.17 [45] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE FEATHURY FURY
prod. no. 46 / 13-Jan-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Henry Sharp
Directed by Robert Sparr
Guest Cast:
Victor Buono ...... Count Carlos Mario Vincenzo Robespierre Manzeppi
Perry Lopez ...... Dodo Le Blanc
Michele Carey ...... Gerda Sharff
George Murdock ...... Luther Coyle
Oliver McGowan ...... Col. Armstrong
Hideo Imamura ...... Benji
Audrey Lowell ...... Wanda
Special Agents Jim West and Artemus Gordon meet a mysterious woman with a toy chicken who has important information
about the dastardly Count Manzeppi. West and Gordon notice the Count, disguised as an organ grinder, outside their
window, when a monkey tosses in a smoke bomb. When the smoke clears, the woman is gone but the toy chicken remains.
Manzeppi is after the chicken which contains the mystical Philosopher's Stone. The stone will turn anything near it
to gold in the light of a full moon.

2.18 [46] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE GYPSY PERIL
prod. no. 45 / 20-Jan-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Ken Kolb
Directed by Alan Crossland. Jr.
Guest Cast:
Ruta Lee ...... Zoe Zagora
Mark Slade ...... Hillard
Arthur Batanides ...... Scullen
Ronald Long ...... Sultan of Ramapur
Johnny Seven ...... Mikolik
Charles Horvath ...... Gombal
Jim and Arte infiltrate a gypsy camp and join their circus to unravel an extortion plot against the US involving a
stolen elephant.

2.19 [47] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE TARTAR
prod. no. 49 / 3-Feb-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Robert C. Dennis & Earl Barret
Directed by Charles Rondeau
Guest Cast:
John Astin ...... Count Nikolai Sazanov
Malachi Throne ...... Kuprin
Susan Odin ...... Anastasia Rimsky
Andre Philippe ...... Feodor Rimsky
Martin Blaine ...... Millard Boyer
Walter Sande ...... Col. Crockett
Chubby Johnson ...... Prospector
Larry Anthony ...... Detective
Wendy Stuart ...... Marsha
Nancy Dow ...... Tersa
Lola Bell ...... Barber
Michael Panaieff ...... Chekov
Louise Lawson ...... Miss Minnow
By order of President Grant, Agents James West and Artemus Gordon must bring Russian prisoner Rimsky to Vladivostok,
Siberia, in exchange for American Vice Consul, Millard Boyer. When he tries to escape, Rimsky falls to his death
forcing Gordon to disguise himself as Rimsky to complete the exchange. The Russian contact arranging the exchange
has West and Gordon imprisoned with the Vice Consul instead. There, they learn that Rimsky should have returned with
5 million dollars in extortion money from wealthy Russian immigrants. Now, the corrupt Russians are waiting for Rimsky
and their cut of the ill-gotten treasure.

2.20 [48] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE VICIOUS VALENTINE
prod. no. 48 / 10-Feb-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Leigh Chapman
Directed by Irving Moore
Guest Cast:
Agnes Moorehead ...... Emma Valentine
Sherry Jackson ...... Michele LeMaster
Diane McBain ...... Elaine Dodd
Henry Beckman ...... Paul J. Lambert
Walter Sande ...... Col. Crockett
Shephard Menken ...... Itnelav
J. Edward McKinley ...... Curtis Langley Dodd
Don Dillaway ...... Griffin the Butler
Owen Cunningham ...... Minister
Mitzie Evans ...... Aide
West and Gordon follow a lead to Emma Valentine, a Washington hostess who arranged marriages for four of the
Nation's wealthiest men. Each man has met a violent death, and now a fifth is availing himself of Emma's services.
Agnes Moorehead ("Bewitched") won an Emmy for her performance.

2.21 [49] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE BRAINE
prod. no. 47 / 17-Feb-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Calvin Clements
Directed by Lawrence Peerce
Guest Cast:
Edward Andrews ...... Braine
Brioni Farrell ...... Voulee
Allen Jaffe ...... Leeto
John Warburton ...... Col. Royce Arnette
Phil Arnold ...... Almeric
Jay Jostyn ...... Butler
Don Rizzan ...... Guard
Jim and Arte investigate the early predictions of a friend's death. Before they can warn the next victim, they
discover a plot underway to murder all the world leaders and replace them with look-alike.

2.22 [50] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE DEADLY BUBBLE
prod. no. 50 / 24-Feb-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Michael Edwards
Directed by Irving Moore
Guest Cast:
Alfred Ryder ...... Capt. Horatio Philo
Judy Lang ...... Dr. Abigail J. Pringle
Lou Krugman ...... Felix--Blind Beggar
Nelson Welch ...... Prof. McClennon
Nacho Galindo ...... Pepe
Kai Hernandez ...... The Maid
Investigating a series of mysterious tidal waves, West and Gordon find a fanatical marine environmentalist.

2.23 [51] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE SURREAL MCCOY
prod. no. 51 / 3-Mar-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by John Kneubeuhl
Directed by Alan Crosland, Jr.
Guest Cast:
Michael Dunn ...... Dr. Miguelito Loveless (recurring)
John Doucette ...... Axel Morgan
John Alonzo ...... Lightnin' McCoy
Ivan Triesault ...... Ambassador
Noel Drayton ...... Museum Director
Quinton Sondergaard ...... Gunman
Jorge Moreno ...... Barkeep
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.

2.24 [52] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE COLONEL'S GHOST
prod. no. 52/ 10-Mar-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Ken Nolb
Directed by Charles Rondeau
Guest Cast:
Kathie Browne ...... Jennifer Caine
Lee Bergere ...... Colonel Wayne Gibson
Alan Hewitt ...... Vincent Pernell
Walker Edmiston ...... Sheriff Tom Hollis
Roy Engel ...... President Ulysses S. Grant
Arthur Hunnicutt ...... Doc Gavin
Gordon Wescourt ...... Bert Caine
Ralph Gary ...... Chris Davidson
Billy Shannon ...... Abel Caine
President Grant wants to go to Gibsonville to dedicate the statue of an officer under his command during the Civil War.
James West travels ahead to ensure it's safe for the President. West finds Gibsonville is now a ghost town and is
experiencing an "epidemic" of broken necks. The few residents left are seeking buried gold -- and the number of bodies
is rising.

2.25 [53] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE DEADLY BLOSSOM
prod. no. 53 / 17-Mar-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Daniel Mainwaring
Directed by Alan Crosland, Jr.
Guest Cast:
Nehemiah Persoff ... Adam Barclay
Miiko Taka ... Haruko Ishuda
Pitt Herbert ... Assistant Secretary of State Levering Mayhew David
George Keymas ... Doctor I
Lou Straley ... Doctor II
Carole Kane ... Nurse
Tiki Santos ... King Kalakua
Reggie Valencia ... Palea
Soon-Tek Oh ... Chinese Houseboy
Peter Hale ... Myron Kendrick
Duane Grey ... Dock Guard
Mel Prestidge ... Polynesian
Jim and Arte must stop a deadly plot to kill a Hawaiian King on the high seas.

2.26 [54] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE CADRE
prod. no. 54/ 24-Mar-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Digby Wolfe
Directed by Leon Benson
Guest Cast:
Richard Jaeckel ...... Sergeant Stryker
Don Gordon ...... Gen. Titus Trask
Sheilah Wells ...... Josephine
Vince Howard ...... Ralph Kleed
Ken Drake ...... Professor Frimm
Tol Avery ...... Warden Primwick
Jim and Arte blow the whistle on a plot devised by a criminal mastermind to implant a crystal in President Grant's
head, to control him, so he can become dictator of the US.

2.27 [55] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE WOLF
prod. no. 55 / 31-Mar-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Robert C. Dennis & Earl Berret
Directed by Charles Rondeau
Guest Cast:
Joseph Campanella ...... Talamantes
John Marley ...... King Stefan IX
Lorri Scott ...... Leandra Novokolik
Jonathan Lippe ...... Capt. Adam Dushan
Michael Shillo ...... Dr. Hanska
Eddie Fontaine ...... Sheriff Twilley
Charles Radilac ...... The Priest
Jimmie Booth ...... Stage Driver
Jim and Arte are assigned to protect a newly crowed King. But first, they must stop a kidnapping plot to force him to
renounce his throne.

2.28 [56] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE BOGUS BANDITS
prod. no. 56 / 7-Apr-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Henry Sharp
Directed by Irving Moore
Guest Cast:
Michael Dunn ...... Dr. Miguelito Loveless (recurring)
Patsy Kelly ...... Mrs. Bancroft
Marianna Hill ...... Belladonna
Grace Gaynor ...... Pearline Hastings
Don 'Red' Barry ...... Rainey
Walter Sande ...... Col. Crockett
Roland La Starza ...... Joe Kirby
Charles Wagenheim ...... Vance Rawlinson
William Challee ...... Fargo
Murray Alper ...... Bartender
Troy Melton ...... Whaley
Charles Fredericks ...... Drunk
Jack Orrison ...... Mr. Butcher
Jack Rigney ...... Mr. Kane
William Massey ...... Ticket Clerk
Frank Sully ...... Telegrapher
The miniature maniacal Miguelito Loveless is landing his bandits into small bank robberies, then he burns the money.
It seems Loveless has bigger plans and is only using these stunts as training for his gang. When one bandits spends
some of the charred money, agents West and Gordon are sent to investigate. West follows the clues back to Loveless
who brags about his big plans by showing West his training models. An arsenal, a prison and a U.S. Treasury Office
are his real targets!

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