The Wild Wild West

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The Wild Wild West is an American science fiction western television series that ran on the CBS television network for four seasons from September 17, 1965 to April 4, 1969. Two television films were made with the original cast in 1979 and 1980 and... read more

The Wild Wild West is an American science fiction western television series that ran on the CBS television network for four seasons from September 17, 1965 to April 4, 1969. Two television films were made with the original cast in 1979 and 1980 and the series was adapted for a theatrical film in 1999.

Original Release

09/17/1965 on CBS

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Cast

Robert Conrad James T. West
Ross Martin Artemus Gordon
Agnes Moorehead
Charles Aidman
Dick Cangey Henchman
Douglas Henderson Col. James Richmond
Michael Dunn Dr. Miguelito Loveless
Whitey Hughes Henchman
Roy Engel President Ulysses S. Grant
Whitey Hughes Guard
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 The Night of the Big Blackmail Friday, 27 September 1968
2 The Night of the Doomsday Formula Friday, 04 October 1968
3 The Night of the Juggernaut Friday, 11 October 1968
4 The Night of the Sedgewick Curse Friday, 18 October 1968
5 The Night of the Gruesome Games Friday, 25 October 1968
6 The Night of the Kraken Friday, 01 November 1968
7 The Night of the Fugitives Friday, 08 November 1968
8 The Night of the Egyptian Queen Friday, 15 November 1968
9 The Night of Fire and Brimstone Friday, 22 November 1968
10 The Night of the Camera Friday, 29 November 1968
11 The Night of the Avaricious Actuary Friday, 06 December 1968
12 The Night of Miguelito's Revenge Friday, 13 December 1968
13 The Night of the Pelican Friday, 27 December 1968
14 The Night of the Spanish Curse Friday, 03 January 1969
15 The Night of the Winged Terror: Part 1 Friday, 17 January 1969
16 The Night of the Winged Terror: Part II Friday, 24 January 1969
17 The Night of the Sabatini Death Friday, 07 February 1969
18 The Night of the Janus Friday, 14 February 1969
19 The Night of the Pistoleros Friday, 21 February 1969
20 The Night of the Diva Friday, 07 March 1969
21 The Night of the Bleak Island Friday, 14 March 1969
22 The Night of the Cossacks Friday, 21 March 1969
23 The Night of the Plague Friday, 04 April 1969
24 The Night of the Tycoons Friday, 11 April 1969
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Directors

Irving J. Moore, Marvin J. Chomsky, Alan Crosland Jr., Robert Sparr, Mike Moder, James B. Clark, Charles R. Rondeau, Alex Nichol, Michael Caffey, Richard Donner, Gunnar Hellstrom, Bernard McEveety, Don Taylor, William Witney, Richard C. Sarafian, Lee H. Katzin, Ralph Senensky, Edward Dein, Herb Wallerstein, Paul Stanley, Alvin Ganzer, Jesse Hibbs, Jus Addiss, Harvey Hart, Bernard L. Kowalski, Larry Peerce, Mark Rydell, Paul Wendkos, Lawrence Dobkin, Richard Whorf, Leon Benson, Sherman Marks

Writers

Michael Garrison, Henry Sharp, John Kneubuhl, Robert C. Dennis, Ken Pettus, Ken Kolb, Earl Barret, Leigh Chapman, Robert E. Kent, Edward J. Lakso, Calvin Clements Jr., Paul Playdon, D.C. Fontana, Donn Mullally, Kevin DeCourcey, Henry Sharp, Peter G. Robinson, Ron Silverman, Barney Slater, Preston Wood, Stephen Kandel, Ed Adamson, Shimon Wincelberg, Oliver Crawford, David Moessinger, Richard H. Landau, Louis Vittes, Frank L. Moss, Jackson Gillis, Steve Fisher, Gene L. Coon, Max Hodge, Fred Freiberger, Leonard Katzman, Gilbert Ralston, Norman Hudis, Stanford Whitmore, Jerry Thomas, William Tunberg, Digby Wolfe, Norman Katkov, William Marks, Robert V. Barron, George Schenck, Daniel B. Ullman, Daniel Mainwaring, Joel Kane, Robert Hamner, Bob Barbash, Shirl Hendryx, Edmund Morris, Edward di Lorenzo, Max Ehrlich, Elon Packard, Philip Saltzman, Robert Bloomfield, Charles Bennett, Jason Wingreen, Samuel Newman, Robert Vincent Wright, Milton Smith, Alf Harris, Jack Marlowe, Arthur Weingarten, Cal Clements Jr., Palmer Thompson

Creators

Michael Garrison

Cast

Robert Conrad James T. West
Ross Martin Artemus Gordon
Agnes Moorehead
Charles Aidman
Dick Cangey Henchman
Douglas Henderson Col. James Richmond
Michael Dunn Dr. Miguelito Loveless
Whitey Hughes Henchman
Roy Engel President Ulysses S. Grant
Whitey Hughes Guard
Mickey Golden Extra
Phoebe Dorin Antoinette
Red West Henchman
John Hudkins Henchman
Charles Aidman Jeremy Pike
Charles Davis Tennyson
Jimmie Booth Townsman
Bob Herron Henchman
Jimmie Booth Carriage Driver
Jack Tornek Townsman

Producers

Editors

Alan Jaggs, Grant K. Smith, Frank Capacchione, Byron Chudnow, Robert Sparr, Gene Fowler Jr., Robert B. Warwick Jr., Ellsworth Hoagland, Alan Sues, Lester Orlebeck, Donald W. Ernst, Howard A. Smith, Ted Rich

1969 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series Nominated
1967 Emmy Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Drama Won
1966 Emmy Individual Achievements in Cinematography - Cinematography Nominated
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