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Wild Wild West - The Fourth Season
- Wild Wild West

Overview - While following in the tradition of conventional Westerns like GUNSMOKE or HAVE GUN WILL TRAVEL, the innovative 1960s television series THE WILD WILD WEST tweaked the genre by infusing science-fiction elements and James Bond-like espionage plotlines.  Read more...

 
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Overview

While following in the tradition of conventional Westerns like GUNSMOKE or HAVE GUN WILL TRAVEL, the innovative 1960s television series THE WILD WILD WEST tweaked the genre by infusing science-fiction elements and James Bond-like espionage plotlines. As dashingly handsome secret agent James T. West (Robert Conrad) and his master-of-disguise sidekick, Artemus Gordon (Ross Martin), investigated crimes in the late-1800s Wild West, the series distinguished itself with anachronistically high-tech gadgetry (a pioneering style that would later be come to known as "steampunk") and an odd assemblage of villains that included the delightfully demented dwarf, Miguelito Loveless (Michael Dunn). Eccentric and visionary, the series is resurrected in this collection of remastered episodes from the fourth season.

Cast List

Charles Aidman - American Actor
Ross Martin - Actor/"Wild Wild West"
Robert Conrad - American Actor, THE WILD WILD WEST TV Series
Conrad Robert Falk - American Actor, THE WILD WILD WEST TV Series
Doug Henderson - American Actor
Michael Dunn - American Character Actor/Dwarf

 
Details
    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 1216
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 097368532144
  • Genre: Television: Series
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Release Date: August 2015

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