In the scene where Jim and General Ball are fighting, it is obvious that it is not the real actors.
In the scene where Artemus fights Farrell in order to retrieve his knife, it is obvious that Ross Martin's stunt double is the one fighting Farrell, not Ross Martin.
Disguises: tame Indian, old railroad worker, and dead Indian
Sheila: I just finished.
Little Willow: Making food.
Sheila: We almost fought about it.
Little Willow: Until we decided...
Sheila: That you must decided. Irish stew?
Little Willow: or buffalo tongue?
Sheila: Unless, of course, you have the stomach for...
Little Willow: ...both
Jim: (smiling) Both.
American Knife : (to Jim) I understand your problem. It is very difficult to kill an old friend, so I thought... a new friend should do it for you.
(Artmeus punches out a guy)
Artemus: And now, ma'am, if you'll excuse me.
Girl: Oh, you won me fair and square.
Artemus: Uh...(laughs) Oh, no, really. It wouldn't be fair to you. I...
Girl: Sugar, I don't mind one bit.
(girl kisses Artemus)
Artemus: Thank you, but I really have to be going.
Girl: Why, you're downright shy.
Jim: You lost your disguise.
Artemus: (being fanned by two Indian girls) Well, wouldn't you? James?! They, uh, they, uh softening us up to carve us up?
Jim: (smiling at Little Willow) No, no, no, they're... they're friendly Indians.
Jim: Uh, is... is this torture really necessary?
Little Willow: Only a little. They wish to hear you scream.
(Jim fakes a scream)
Little Willow: You scream good. Very good. It would be sad thing to mark you with knife cuts. A waste.
Jim: Oh, I... I hate waste.
Little Willow: I am called Little Willow.
Jim: Don't tell me you're the tribal torturer--the torturess.
Little Willow: Yes. The angry ones of my people demand that you be tested with pain. American Knife choose me.
Jim: N-Now you seem to be an itelligent girl. Not superstitious.
Little Willow: Mmm. You smell interesting. You smell different.
Jim: So do you.
General Ball: Jim.
Jim: General Ball.
(Jim goes to shake General Ball's right hand, but it is missing)
General Ball: A man and a half, huh, Jim? A funny thing, you know. The flesh and bone are healed in that, but sometimes I actually feel that missing hand is still there. It itches.
Jim: We're coming into Menifee.
(Tennyson comes outside and looks around)
Tennyson: It's a bit sparse, sir, itsn't it?
Jim: You're on the wrong side of the track.
Tennyson: Oh. Not sure I don't prefer the other side, sir.
Jim: Be careful. I don't think the townspeople are too fond of Indians.
Artemus: Me no Cheyenne, me tame Indian.
Jim: Sheila is very pretty and very charming, but I don't trust her.
Artie: (in diguise) Well now...when you get to be an old codger like me, you'll learn to admire and revere the fair sex as I do.
Jim: I wouldn't trust you either.
Artie: Now, look here, you young whippersnapper, I may be an old man down on his luck, but I am still the man of honor.
Jim: Well, maybe a little on a cloudy day.
Jim: (to Artie in disguise) The noble red man.
Artie: Now I have to look the part, don't I. I mean the once proud Indian brought low by the white man's vices.
Jim: I hate to clip your feathers, Artemus, but just look the part. Restrain yourself. (shaking finger) No whiskey, no women.
Artie: All right if that how... (lifts hand) How! Just information.
Commerical Breaks: Jim kissing Sheila, Jim tied up, Jim on the ground, the Wanderer
This episode was originally called "The Greatest Train Robbery".
First of three Wild Wild West episodes produced by Collier Young.
Charles Davis' character Tennyson makes his first of three appearances in this episode.
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