The Wild Wild West (1969) - Season 2

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  • The Night of the Bogus Bandits
    4/7/67
    7.3

    Dr. Loveless is back with another plan to take over the world. This time he is using mock-ups of the treasury, prisons and armories to train his men to be able to take over these resources upon his command. After gaining control, Loveless will be instituted as dictator. However, his plan to get rid of West and Gordon goes foul and soon the agents are in hot pursuit of the little villain.

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  • The Night of the Wolf
    3/31/67
    7.1

    Assigned to protect Stefan, who is to be crowned king in place of his late brother, the agents must deal with the sinister Mr. Talamantes. Talamantes wants Stefan to renounce the throne and will do anything to accomplish this goal. This includes kidnapping Stefan's daughter, Leandra, and manipulating her to do his bidding whenever she hears or reads a certain word.

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  • The Night of the Cadre
    3/24/67
    6.9

    When a mind-controlled warden releases a condemned prisoner, Jim impersonates another killer and is recruited by General Titus Trask in a scheme to kill President Grant.

  • The Night of the Deadly Blossom
    3/17/67
    6.0

    Agents West and Gordon report to Admiral Agnow's San Francisco headquarters, only to find him and three officers dead. The agents believe that the admiral's death ties in with the recent, mysterious sinking of the cruiser Youngstown. West and Gordon's next assignment is to guard the Hawaiian king, due to arrive secretly by ship. West encounters Barclay, a Chinese expert on Hawaii, to discuss the king's upcoming visit. But the supposed advisor drugs the agent and announces his plan to sink the ship carrying the Hawaiian king.

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  • The Night of the Colonel's Ghost
    3/10/67
    6.6

    West and Gordon escort President Grant to San Francisco to dedicate a statue of the late Colonel Wayne Gibson in Gibsonville. West rides ahead to check out the town and finds that it is plagued by a series of broken neck murders and arguments over lost gold.

  • The Night of the Surreal McCoy
    3/3/67
    8.4

    Agents West and Gordon are in attendance at a museum when someone steals the Herzburg Crown Jewels from a locked room. When the rancher-owner of a famous Western painting removes it from the same gallery, Gordon becomes suspicious. The agents discover that the rancher is partners with Miguelito Loveless, the evil inventor-doctor. His latest invention is a machine that moves real people in and out of paintings. Miguelito's plan is to transpose murderers into famous paintings, distribute the paintings to the rulers of the world, and have them all killed!

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  • The Night of the Deadly Bubble
    2/24/67
    6.6

    On the trail of the source of mysterious tidal waves, the guys finds a fanatical marine environmentalist at the heart of the mystery.

  • The Night of the Brain
    2/17/67
    7.4
    Jim and Artie are pitted against a super-genius who sends them fake newspapers with predictions of the deaths of their friends.
  • The Night of the Vicious Valentine
    2/10/67
    8.0

    Agents West and Gordon are sent to investigate the killings of wealthy industrialists and find that all are linked back to an evil matchmaker, Emma Valentine. She sets the rich men up with her young female employees, then kills them to gain their money and power. West and Gordon manage to escape from the trap she lays, and they must prevent her next target from getting married.

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  • The Night of the Tartar
    2/3/67
    6.8

    President Grant gives orders to agents James West and Artemus Gordon to deliver prisoner Feodor Rimsky to Vladivostok, Russia, in a prisoner exchange for American vice-consul Millard Boyer. When Rimsky dies in an escape attempt, Gordon assumes his identity. However, the agents are drugged and taken to Siberia where they are threatened by Boyer's captor, Count Sazanov, who wants the $5 million that Rimsky kept for him.

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  • The Night of the Gypsy Peril
    1/20/67
    6.7
    West and Gordon are escorting the Sultan of Ramapur and his gift to the President, a sacred white elephant. Bandits intercept the train and steal the elephant, and the Sultan demands one million dollars in recompense. West follows the trail to a gypsy camp but it soon turns out not everything is what it seems.moreless
  • The Night of the Feathered Fury
    1/13/67
    6.8

    Count Manzeppi attempts to acquire a wind-up bird that contains a magical secret: the Philosopher's Stone.

  • The Night of the Tottering Tontine
    1/6/67
    8.2

    West and Gordon are assigned to protect Dr. Raven, who is developing a secret weapon for the U.S. government. Raven is a member of a tontine, an investment group whose bylaws state that the last surviving member of the group gets the assets of the group. When three of the tontine's members are killed and an attempt is made on Raven's life, the agents decide to investigate and find a house full of traps.

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  • The Night of the Lord of Limbo
    12/30/66
    7.4
    A crippled Confederate colonel, Vautrain, plans to use his power to travel through time to use Jim and Artie to alter history and restore his legs.
  • The Night of the Infernal Machine
    12/23/66
    6.9
    A federal judge is threatened by a bomb-throwing clockmaker.
  • The Night of the Skulls
    12/16/66
    8.0
    Jim goes on the run from the government when he shoots and kills Artie. But a criminal organization captures him and puts him on trial.
  • The Night of the Man-Eating House
    12/12/66
    7.6
    Jim, Artie, and a sheriff are accompanying a prisoner through the swamps when they take refuge in an abandoned house... haunted by the spirit of a dead woman.
  • The Night of the Ready-Made Corpse
    11/25/66
    7.6
    Fabian Lavendor is a mortician who runs a side business in faking the deaths of wanted criminals. When Jim and Artie investigate, Lavendor locks them in a gas-filled crypt.
  • The Night of the Green Terror
    11/18/66
    7.9
    Dr. Loveless' new scheme involves a suit of medieval armor and a chemical that kills plant life.
  • The Night of the Watery Death
    11/11/66
    7.1
    A mysterious dragon-like creature is blowing up American ships, and Jim and Artie must determine the cause.
  • The Night of the Bottomless Pit
    11/4/66
    6.9
    Jim infiltrates a prison to rescue a fellow agent from a vicious commandant.
  • The Night of the Poisonous Posey
    10/28/66
    7.5
    While on vacation, the agents receive an odd welcome when they pass through the town of Justice, Nevada. The town turns out to be the hangout for a group of international criminals assembled by Lucrece Posey, who is planning on heading a world-wide criminal organization.
  • The Night of the Flying Pie Plate
    10/21/66
    6.6
    West gets involved in a bizarre scheme: a green girl emerges from a fallen spaceship claiming she needs gold for fuel.
  • The Night of the Returning Dead
    10/14/66
    7.7

    Jim and Artie face the undead when they confront a ghost rider who is immune to bullets.

  • The Night of the Big Blast
    10/7/66
    7.8
    A mad scientist has created a way to turn people into walking mind-controlled explosives... and Jim West is her next victim.
  • The Night of the Raven
    9/30/66
    7.6

    Dr. Loveless' newest plan involves a powder that lets him miniaturize anyone who opposes him... and Jim West is his first target.

  • The Night of the Golden Cobra
    9/23/66
    6.4

    A maharajah needs a tutor in the fine art of killing for his sons... and kidnaps Jim West to handle the job.

  • The Night of the Eccentrics
    9/16/66
    7.6

    Searching for a fellow agent, Jim and Artie go to a circus where they find themselves battling the Eccentrics, a group of assassins controlled by the vicious Count Manzeppi.

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