CTVA US Western - "The Wild Wild West" (CBS) Season 3 (1967-68)

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Starring: Robert Conrad (as James T. West) & Ross Martin (as Artemus Gordon)
Season 3 (CBS) (1967-68)
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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24 color episodes
CBS Fridays 7:30 - 8:30

Followed By: "Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C." 8:30 PM
CBS Friday Night Movie
Other Networks:
ABC: "Off to See the Wizard" 7:30 PM
NBC: "Tarzan" 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
("Star Trek" on 8:30 - 9:30 PM)
This season was cut short due to Robert Conrad seriously injuring himself while performing a stunt.
There was a 12 week production shut-down.

3.1 [57] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE BUBBLING DEATH
prod. no. 60 / 8-Sep-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by David Moessinger
Directed by Irving Moore
Guest Cast:
Madlyn Rhue ...... Carlotta Waters
Harold Gould ...... Victor Freemantle
William Schallert ...... Silas Grigsby
Timmy Brown ...... Clint Cartwheel
Val Avery ...... Brad Logan
A.G. Vitanza ...... Pima
John Matthews ...... Driver
The United States Constitution is stolen by a revolutionary and agents James West and Artemus Gordon are sent by the
government to recover it. Arriving at a Mexican border town, the agents penetrate an installation under a fortress to
find the priceless document. When the agents find the revolutionary, he demands one million dollars for what is later
discovered to be a forgery of the Constitution. Before forcing the revolutionary into a pool of acid, they are told a
riddle that leads them to the hiding place of the real document.

3.2 [58] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE FIREBRAND
prod. no. 58 / 15-Sep-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Edward J. Lakso
Directed by Michael Coffey
Guest Cast:
Pernell Roberts ...... Sean O'Reilley
Lana Wood ...... Sheila 'Vixen' O'Shaugnessy
Paul Lambert ...... Andre Durain
Len Wayland ...... Major Jason
Russ McCubbin ...... Briscoe
Zack Banks ...... Pierre
Sent by President Grant, Jim West travels to Fort Savage and finds outlaw Sean O'Reilley in charge trying to incite a
revolution in Canada. Gordon infiltrates the revolutionaries and finds West held captive.

3.3 [59] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE ASSASSIN
prod. no. 59 / 22-Sep-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Robert C. Dennis & Earl Barret
Directed by Alan Crosland, Jr.
Guest Cast:
Robert Loggia ...... Col. Arsenio 'Arsenic' Barbossa
Donald Woods ...... Griswold
Conlan Carter ...... Halvorsen
Nina Roman ...... Col. Lupita Gonzalez
Ramon Novarro ...... Don Tomas
Nate Esformes ...... Perrico Mendoza
Phyllis Davis ...... Lt. Ramirez
Carlos Romero ...... The Lieutenant
As United States and Mexican border relations are becoming strained, West and Gordon disrupt an assassination attempt
on the Mexican President. While returning the captured assassin to Texas, they are fired upon by Mexican soldiers who
are led by the merciless Colonel Barbossa.

3.4 [60] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT DR. LOVELESS DIED
prod. no. 65 / 29-Sep-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Henry Sharp
Directed by Alan Crosland, Jr.
Guest Cast:
Michael Dunn ...... Dr. Miguelito Loveless (recurring)
Susan Oliver ...... Triste
Robert Ellenstein ...... Arthur Tickle
Anthony Caruso ...... Deuce
Jonathan Hole ...... The Bank Manager
Chubby Johnson ...... Sheriff Quayle
Peter Hale ...... Layden
Lew Brown ...... Guard
Marty Hoppenhafer ...... Girl #2
Special agents West and Gordon are sent to the mortuary to identify the body of their arch enemy, Dr. Miguelito Loveless.
A mourner at the morgue takes a key from the wrist of the corpse and West traces it back to a safe deposit box containing
instructions to contact an attorney. When West makes contact, he also meets Dr. Leibknicht, the look-alike relative of
Loveless.

3.5 [61] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE JACK O' DIAMONDS
prod. no. 57 / 6-Oct-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Denne Bart Petticlero
Directed by Irving Moore
Guest Cast:
Frank Silvera ...... El Sordo
Mario Alcalde ...... Capt. Fortuna
James Almanzar ...... Gregorio
David Renard ...... Enrique
Marie Gomez ...... Isabel
Rico Alaniz ...... Chico
Louis Massad ...... Juan
Ref Sanchez ...... Antonio
Carol Daniels ...... Senora Sordo
James and Artemus arrive in Mexico with a present for the Mexican president - a beautiful Arabian horse. Within minutes
of their arrival, however, the horse is stolen by a group of outlaw bandits. Our heros must battle the hot mexican desert
to get the horse back before the outlaw Mexican army beats them to it.

3.6 [62] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE SAMURAI
prod. no. 66 / 13-Oct-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Shimon Wincelberg
Directed by Gunner Hellstrom
Guest Cast:
Irene Tsu ...... Reiko O'Hara
Paul Stevens ...... Gideon Falconer
Thayer David ...... Hannibal Egloff
Khigh Dhiegh ...... Baron Saigo
John Hubbard ...... Clive Finsbury
Jerry Fujikawa ...... Prince Shinosuke
Jane Betts ...... Madame Moustache
Helen Funai ...... Japanese Maiden
Anders Andelius ...... Soapy
Candy Ward ...... Handmaiden #1
Elizabeth Germaine ...... Handmaiden #2
Carole Matthews ...... Handmaiden #3
The U.S. state department is about to return a valuable samurai sword to its rightful owner, a Japanese prince, when it
is stolen by an group of sword-wielding assailants. Jim and Artemus must located the sword and return it to the prince
before he leaves the next afternoon, or risk damaging U.S.-Japan relations.

3.7 [63] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE HANGMAN
prod. no. 62 / 20-Oct-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Peter G. Robinson & Ron Silver
Directed by James B. Ckark
Guest Cast:
Martin Brooks ...... Franklin Poore
Anna Capri ...... Abigail Moss
Sarah Marshall ...... Eugenia Rawlins
Dean Stanton ...... Lucius Brand
Paul Fix ...... Judge Blake
Charles Lane ...... Roger Creed
Carolan Daniels ...... Mrs. Brand
Jesslyn Fax ...... Mrs. Peacock
John Pickard ...... Amos Rawlins
Gregg Palmer ...... Sheriff Jonas Bolt
During a stopover in Kansas City, James and Artemus witness the cold-blooded murder of Amos Rollins. After testifying in
what appears to be an open-and-shut trial, they begin to doubt whether the convicted murderer is really guilty and must
find evidence to prove his innocence before it's too late.

3.8 [64] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF MONTEZUMA'S HORDES
prod. no. 63/ 27-Oct-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Max Ehrlich
Directed by Irving Moore
Guest Cast:
Ray Walston ...... Prof. Henry Johnson
Jack Elam ...... Zack Slade
Edmund Hashim ...... Col. Pedro Sanchez
Roland La Starza ...... Jake
Hal Jon Norman ...... Indian Guide
Carla Borelli ...... Sun Goddess
Roy Monsell ...... Dr. John Mallory
Eddie Little Sky ...... Aztec Chief
Ludmila Alixanova ...... Handmaiden
An ancient Aztec map leading to the lost treasure of Montezuma is discovered in Mexico and points to a location in Texas.
In order to ensure that a diplomatic incident does not ensue, West and Gordon team up with Colonial Sanchez of Mexico
and a noted archeologist in a dangerous trip across the Texan desert in search of the treasure.

3.9 [65] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE CIRCUS OF DEATH
prod. no. 68 / 3-Nov-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Arthur Weingarten
Directed by Irving Moore
Guest Cast:
Joan Huntington ...... Mary Lennox
Arlene Martel ...... Erika
Philip Bruns ...... Abner Lennox
Paul Comi ...... Bert Farnsworth
Arthur Malet ...... Doc Keyno
Florence Sundstrom ...... Mrs. Moore
Dort Clark ...... Colonel Housley
Morgan Farley ...... Harry Holmes
Judi Sherven ...... Priscilla Goodbody
Merri Ashley ...... Girl
Sharon Cintron ...... Secretary
Ernie Misko ...... Guard
Barbara Hemmingway ...... Lola
John Armond ...... Bronzini
Counterfeit money is appearing in an area around Denver in insufficient quantities to undermine the U.S. economy.
West and Gordon attempt to track down the source of the fake currency before it's too late.

3.10 [66] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE FALCON
prod. no. 69 / 10-Nov-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Robert E. Kent
Directed by Marvin Chomsky
Guest Cast:
Robert Duvall ...... Dr. Horace Humphries
Kurt Kreuger ...... Alex Heindorf
Lisa Gaye ...... Lana Benson
John Alderson ...... Clive Marchmount
Joseph Ruskin ...... Felice Munez
George Keymas ...... Silvio Balya
Douglas Henderson ...... Col. James Richmond
Edward Knight ...... General Lassiter
Gene Tyburn ...... Felton
Lynn Wood ...... Woman
Michele Tobin ...... Bonnie
Michael Shea ...... Boy
William Phipps ...... Marshall
Warren Hammack ...... Soldier
West and Gordon must track down a criminal known as the Falcon, inventor of a dangerously powerful cannon, before he
uses it to destroy the city of Denver -- or worse.

3.11 [67] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE CUT-THROATS
prod. no. 61 / 17-Nov-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Edward H. Lakso
Directed by Alan Crosland, Jr.
Guest Cast:
Jackie Coogan ...... Sheriff Koster
Bradford Dillman ...... Mike Trayne
Beverly Garland ...... Sally Yarnell
Walter Burke ...... John P. Cassidy
Shug Fisher ...... Jeremiah
Eddie Quillan ...... Hogan
Harry Swoger ...... Bartender
Lou Straley ...... Clerk
Quentin Sondergaard ...... Man
Sharon Cintron ...... Waiting Lady
Marilyn Hare ...... Lady in Stagecoach
Something is happening in the small town of New Athens. Residents are leaving in droves, scared off by a band of seedy
cut-throats gathering just outside the town limits. And then there's Michael Trayne, back in town after three years in
jail. Can Jim and Arte figure out what's happening and save the town before everyone leaves permanently?

3.12 [68] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE LEGION OF DEATH
prod. no. 70 / 24-Nov-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Robert C. Dennis & Earl Barret
Directed by Alex Nichol
Guest Cast:
Kent Smith ...... Governor Winston E. Brubaker
Anthony Zerbe ...... Deke Montgomery
Donnelly Rhodes ...... Captain Dansby
Karen Jensen ...... Catherine Kittridge
Toian Matchinga ...... Henriette Fauer
Walter Brooke ...... Prosecutor
Alex Gerry ...... Judge
James Nusser ...... Reeves
Douge Rowe ...... Attendant
Eli Behar ...... Warden
Thad Fitzgerald ...... Corporal #1
Ralph Thomas ...... Corporal #2
Robert Terry ...... Dan Kittridge
Bill Erwin ...... Jury Foreman
Don Ross ...... Jury Member
Jim and Arte uncover an unscrupulous plot devised by an ambitious dictatorial governor who has plans to become
President of the United States.

3.13 [69] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE TURNCOAT
prod. no. 72 / 1-Dec-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Leigh Chapman
Directed by James B. Clark
Guest Cast:
John McGiver ...... Elisha Calamander
Marj Dusay ...... Crystal Fair
Douglas Henderson ...... Colonel James Richmond
Bebe Louie ...... Song
Walker Edmiston ...... Preacher
Brad Trumbull ...... Doctor
Noel Swann ...... Golem
Andy Davis ...... Hansbury
John Armond ...... Waiter
George Sperdakos ...... Door Guard
David Frank ...... 2nd Reporter
Richard Karie ...... Keeley
Kay Cousins ...... Matron
Frederick Combs ...... Elevator Operator
Jim Driskill ...... Bartender
Dick Cangey ...... Moke
Frank Cappiello ...... Teller
Ron Brogan ...... Guard Officer
The stress of Secret Service work appears to be finally getting to Jim as his temper flares and he makes mistakes.
As West is being recruited by some member of the underworld who seeks to capitalize on his misfortune, Artemus and
Colonel Richmond struggle to find out exactly who, for what, and why.

3.14 [70] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE IRON FIST
prod. no. 73 / 8-Dec-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Ken Pettus
Directed by Marvin Chomsky
Guest Cast:
Mark Lenard ...... Count Draja
Ford Rainey ...... Pa Garrison
Lisa Pera ...... Countess Zorana
Bill Fletcher ...... Joe Stark
Ross Hagen ...... Gabe Kelso
Bo Hopkins ...... Zack Garrison
Red West ...... Roy
James Gavin ...... Sheriff
Wayne Heffley ...... Deputy
Craig Shreeve ...... Reporter
Fred Stromsoe ...... Cal
Jerry Laveroni ...... Cass
Dick Cangey ...... Ben
Troy Melton ...... Harry
Whitey Hughes ...... George
Wilhelm von Homburg ...... Abel Garrison
At the request of the Bosnian government, the Count Draja is to be turned over for extradition. Learning of a plot to
free the Count, Jim and Arte make plans to see that Draja reaches his destination. While Jim escorts Draja through 100
miles of no-man's land, Arte poses as the Count on the train. If all goes well, they'll all meet up in Buffalo Springs
- but there is the little matter of the $500 thousand the Count hid somewhere in the U.S.

3.15 [71] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE RUNNING DEATH
prod. no. 71 / 15-Dec-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Edward J. Lakso
Directed by Gunner Hellstrom
Guest Cast:
Jason Evers ...... Christopher Kohner
T.C. Jones ...... Enzo / Miss Tyler
Karen Arthur ...... Gerta
Maggie Thrett ...... Dierdre
Laurie Burton ...... Alice
Britt Nilsson ...... Joan
Oscar Beregi Jr. ...... Colonel Dieboldt
Dub Taylor ...... Pete
Ken Swofford ...... Sloan
John Pickard ...... Governor Ireland
Jerry Laveroni ...... El Bardhoom
Don Rizzan ...... Markham
Sherry Mitchell ...... Silva
Dante D'Paolo ...... Jeff Smith
Ken Del Conte ...... Head Guard
Lawrence Aten ...... Desk Clerk
Tony Gange ...... Waiter
Enzo, a murderer who kills by breaking necks with his bare hands, has struck again and is headed for Denver. Jim and
Arte join a wagon caravan known to carry Enzo's girlfriend in the hopes of tracking down Enzo before he strikes again.

3.16 [72] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE ARROW
prod. no. 67/ 29-Dec-1967 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Leigh Chapman
Directed by Alex Nichol
Guest Cast:
Jeannine Riley ...... Aimee Baldwin
Robert Phillips ...... Oconee
Robert J. Wilke ...... Maj. Gen. Titus Ord Baldwin
Frank Marth ...... Col. Theodore M. Rath
Logan Field ...... Sergeant
Roy Engel ...... President Ulysses S. Grant
Paul Sorensen ...... Maj. Lock
Lew Brown ...... 2nd Guard
William H. Bassett ...... Lt. Carter
William Massey ...... Jailer
Venita Wolf ...... Lucy
Bill Callaway ...... Sentry
Frank Cappiello ...... Fighter
Strong Bear's Souix Indians are making noises about breaking the peace treaty. President Grant's first three messengers
failed to return from meetings with the Indian leader; now it's up to Jim and Artemus to find Strong Bear and to keep
peace in the territory.

3.17 [73] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE HEADLESS WOMAN
prod. no. 74 / 5-Jan-1968 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Edward J. Lakso
Directed by Alan Crosland, Jr.
Guest Cast:
Richard Anderson ...... Commissioner James Jeffers
Theo Marcuse ...... Abdul Hassan
Dawn Wells ...... Betsy Jeffers
John McLiam ...... Tucker
Steve Mitchell ...... Ringo
Harry Lauter ...... Marshal
Quintin Sondergaard ...... Driver
Don Rizzan ...... Grooves
Pepe Callahan ...... Jon
Marlene Tracy ...... Joanne
Marina Ghane ...... Fatima
Lou Straley ...... Swanson
Sandra Wells ...... Mary
On a dusty Californian trail, Jim and Artemus intercept a stagecoach whose driver has been hired to smuggle boll weevils.
Quickly theorizing that someone is trying to destroy the country's cotton crop, they set out to find the mastermind of
the operation and destroy his distribution system before his plan succeeds.

3.18 [74] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE VIPERS
prod. no. 76 / 12-Jan-1968 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Robert E. Kent
Directed by Marvin Chomsky
Guest Cast:
Nick Adams ...... Sheriff Dave Cord
Sandra Smith ...... Nadine Conover
Donald Davis ...... Mayor Vance Beaumont
Richard O'Brien ...... Sheriff Tenny
Johnny Haymer ...... Aloyisius Moriarity
Red West ...... Jack Klaxton
Gwyn Tilford ...... Woman
Clay Hodges ...... Boxer
Whitey Hughes ...... Deputy
The Vipers are a gang of ruthless crooks who have been looting a string of Kansas towns, robbing banks and killing
citizens. They even robbed the Cottonwood bank while James West was trying to convince the sheriff of the danger.
Now the trail leads to Freedom, Kansas, where Jim and Arte must stop the Vipers before the Vipers stop them.

3.19 [75] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE UNDERGROUND TERROR
prod. no. 75 / 19-Jan-1968 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Max Hodge
Directed by James B. Clark
Guest Cast:
Nehemiah Persoff ...... Major Hazard
Jeff Corey ...... Col. Tacitus Mosely
Douglas Henderson ...... Col. James Richmond
Sabrina Scharf ...... China Hazard
Gregg Martell ...... Cajun
Kenya Coburn ...... Madame Pompadour
Louise Lawson ...... Slave Girl
Whitey Hughes ...... Steinlen
Dick Cangey ...... Carter
Jerry Laveroni ...... Quist
Red West ...... Maberly
Terry Leonard ...... Cope
Jim and Arte are called to New Orleans on a tip that someone there knows where to find Tacitus Mosely, wanted by the U.S.
government for his brutality in running the prison camp at Susquahannah. The only problem is that the "someone" turns out
to be a former prisoner who wants Mosely for himself. Now West and Gordon must not only find and capture Mosely, but keep
him away from the revenge-seekers.

3.20 [76] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE DEATH MASKS
prod. no. 77 / 26-Jan-1968 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Ken Pettus
Directed by Mike Moder
Guest Cast:
Milton Selzer ...... Emmet Stark
Patty McCormack ...... Betsy
Judy McConnell ...... Amanda
Louis Quinn ...... Mr. Goff
Douglas Henderson ...... Col. James Richmond
Bill Quinn ...... Dr. Prior
Bobbi Jordan ...... Fleur Fogarty
Sam Edwards ...... Station Master
Kristi Kimble ...... Velia
Mike Ragan (Holly Bane) ...... Stage Driver
Chuck Courtney ...... Soldier
Dick Cangey ...... Soldier
Jerry Laveroni ...... Soldier
Emmet Stark has blasted his way out of jail and is now looking to make on his promise to get even with the folks
who put him there: James West and Artemus Gordon.

3.21 [77] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE UNDEAD
prod. no. 78 / 2-Feb-1968 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Cal Clements, Jr.
Directed by Marvin Chomsky
Guest Cast:
Hurd Hatfield ...... Dr. Articulus
Joan Delaney ...... Mariah Eddington
Priscilla Morrill ...... Phalah
John Zaremba ...... Dr. Paul Eddington
Joe Perry ...... Bartender
David Fresco ...... Griseley
Marvin Brody ...... Player #1
Rush Williams ...... Player #2
Roosevelt Grier ...... Tiny John
Hal De Windt ...... Taro
Kai Hernandez ...... Domino
Alvenia Bentley ...... Creole Dancer
Revenge, jealousy and a rivalry between two doctors result in dastardly human experiments when James West comes upon
a voodoo sacrificial killing. As West shoots his gun into the air to stop the ritual, the zombie-like participants
turn and walk away. West is then attacked by a huge man named Tiny John, but as the agent shoots the man in the heart,
Tiny John simply turns away and heads for the swamp. While the agents investigate further, they learn why the people
are in a trance and discover the real reason behind the doctors' contempt for each other.

3.22 [78] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE AMNESIAC
prod. no. 64 / 9-Feb-1968 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Leigh Chapman & Robert Bloomfield
Directed by Lawrence Dobkin
Guest Cast:
Sharon Farrell ...... Cloris Colton
Edward Asner ...... Furman Crotty
Kevin Hagen ...... Silas Crotty
John Kellogg ...... Rusty
Gil Lamb ...... Claude Peepers
George Petrie ...... Col. Petrie
Johnny Jensen ...... The Boy
Jim Nolan ...... The Warden
Jack Rigney ...... The Bartender
Don Howorth "Mr. World" ...... The Brute
Jerry Laveroni ...... Irish
Sebastian Tom ...... Masseur
A stage coach carrying the western states entire supply of smallpox vaccine is attacked and the drug stolen. Furman
Crotty, a convicted criminal serving time in Leavenworth, is demanding his release from jail with a full pardon and
a ransom for the safe return of the drug. While Jim West, injured in the attack on the stage, struggles with amnesia,
Artemus tries to find both his friend and the drug before a full scale epidemic hits.

3.23 [79] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE SIMIAN TERROR
prod. no. 79 / 16-Feb-1968 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Robert Dennis & Earl Barret
Directed by Michael Caffrey
Guest Cast:
John Abbott ...... Dr. Sigmund Von Liebeg
Dabbs Greer ...... Senator Seth Buckley
Felice Orlandi ...... Benjamin Buckley
Grace Gaynor ...... Naomi Buckley
H.M. Wynant ...... Aaron
Ben Aliza ...... Caleb
Richard Kiel ...... Dimas
John Ragin ...... Rev. Hastings
James Gavin ...... Fletcher
Gabriel Walsh ...... Farmer
George D. Barrows ...... Johann
Lori Lehman ...... Priscilla Hastings
West and Gordon are sent to Kansas to find out why Sen. Buckley has been absent from Washington for months. As soon as
they arrive, they realize that the Senator and his sons are hiding something, and that something has already killed one
man. Now it's up them to find out what is going on before more people die.

3.24 [80] The Wild Wild West:
THE NIGHT OF THE DEATH MAKER
prod. no. 80 / 23-Feb-1968 CBS Fri
Produced by Bruce Lansbury
Written by Robert E. Kent
Directed by Irving J. Moore
Guest Cast:
Wendell Corey ...... Cullen Dane
Angel Tompkins ...... Marcia Dennison
J. Pat O'Malley ...... Brother Angelo
Arthur Batanides ...... Sergeant
Roy Engel ...... President Ulysses S. Grant
Nicky Blair ...... Monk
Michael Fox ...... Gillespie
Charles Lampkin ...... Clerk
Joe Lansden ...... Secret Service man
Britt Nillsson ...... Girl #1
Gale Warren ...... Girl #2
An attempt to assassinate President Grant is foiled at the last minute by West and Gordon. However, there seems to be
more going on than a simple assassination, as the weapon used in the attempt was one stolen in recent raids on government
and territorial armories. The president refuses to cancel a trip to Denver, leaving Jim and Artemus only 36 hours to
uncover who is responsible and stop them before it's too late.

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