The Wild Wild West (1969)

Season 4 Episode 14

The Night of the Spanish Curse

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Aired Friday 7:30 PM Jan 03, 1969 on CBS
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The Night of the Spanish Curse
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West and Gordon are called into Mexico to investigate a group of bandits who are attacking and terrorizing border towns. They track the bandits to a Mexican village where the thieves are hiding under the guise of an old Mexican legend about Cortez. Jim and Artie, not believing in the return of the god Cortez, are determined to find their way into the dormant volcano where the thugs are hiding.

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    • TRIVIA (5)

      • Disguises: Mexican guitar player, Juan Ramirez

      • Gadgets: Fake rattlesnake tail, wind-up explosives, boot heel with plastic explosive

      • During Jim's fight with Cortez's thugs in the main hall, at one point they slide him along a table and onto the ground. One thug keeps fighting, but the thug on the left casually turns around and strolls away. The thug on the right settles down and starts tucking his tunic back in.

      • During Jim's fight in the main hall, hot wax is supposedly dropping down the candles in the candelabra. However, the table takes several hits and the candelabra shakes noticeably, but the wax stays in place.

      • During Jim's fight in the main hall, the candles on the candelabra are a bright yellow in the long shots. However, when Cortez grabs one of the candles and twists it, the closeup shows a dull brown candle.

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Jim: My partner and I are trying to find out where the raiders are coming from.
        1st Elder: They come from the past, from the shadows of history.
        Jim: Well, if that's where they come from, that's where we'll find them.

      • Proprietor: You wish something, senor?
        Jim: I'd like some food.
        Proprietor: It is siesta. No one eats during siesta in Mexico.
        Jim: My stomach has insomnia.

      • Artie: (disguised) Hey, you're a stranger in San Pedro, are you not, senor? Then why do you not encourage me to play for you?
        Jim: Consider yourself encouraged.
        Artie: Hey! For that kind of money, senor, I'll even play for you in tune.

      • Officer Rojas: I have tried to warn you--I can do no more. It is quite likely, Señor West, that you're a very brave man. It is most unfortunate that in addition, you're also very stubborn.

      • Artie: Those are just some diversionary bombs I set off all over the place.
        Jim: Artie, some day they're going to dedicate a statue to you.

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