The Wild Wild West (1969)

Season 3 Episode 7

The Night of the Hangman

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Aired Friday 7:30 PM Oct 20, 1967 on CBS
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The Night of the Hangman
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During a stopover in a small Kansas town, the agents become involved in a murder investigation. After a man is found guilty and sentenced to hang, the agents uncover valuable information that points in an entirely different direction.

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      • Artie: No, it isn't that, it's hay-fever. All I have to do is go through Kansas, I become a handkerchief case.
        Jim: How'd you get in the Secret Service with hay-fever?
        Artie: I kept it a secret.

      • Artie: You know, around here, a hundred miles from nowhere, the women, they don't know the difference between fine jewelry and Indian beads. They think a caret is to feed a horse.

      • Poore: I assume the Secret Service has a substantial insurance plan to comfort your loved ones.
        Jim: Double indemnity if I'm barbequed in the line of duty.

      • Artie: Whoa, my pleasure. Hey, she's lovely.
        Jim: Just say the word and I'll arrange an introduction.
        Artie: Consider the word said. What's her name?
        Jim: Jennifer Colton. Alias Prudence Mallory. And if you lighten the hair just a little, you'll know her as Abigail Moss, wanted in four states.
        Artie: Why do you always have to spoil everything?
        Jim: Artie, I didn't spoil a thing. If you want to see her, you can on the first Sunday of every month.

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