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THE WILD WILD WEST - SEASON 2 EPISODE GUIDE

1.  The Night of the Eccentrics

September 16, 1966

Investigating a murder, West falls into the hands of the Eccentrics, a group of assassins controlled by the vicious Count Manzeppi. Guest star Victor Buono who was in the first episode of The Wild Wild West returns, but as a different character. And yes that is Richard Pryor as one of Count Manzeppi's henchmen who was totally wasted in this episode.

Director: Robert Sparr, Writer: Charles Bennett

Guest starring: Victor Buono, Richard Pryor, Anthony Eisley, LeGrand Mellon, Frank Sorello, Andi Garrett, Michael Masters, Roy Jenson, Harry Ellerbe, Paul Wallace

2The Night of the Golden Cobra

September 23, 1966

Maharajah Singh (Boris Karloff) kidnaps West for very unprincely reasons: West is to tutor Singh's assassin sons in the ways of Western combat.

Director: Irving J. Moore, Writer: Henry Sharp

Guest starring: Audrey Dalton, James Westmoreland, Michael York, Morgan Farley, Jose DeVega, Asoka, Sujata, John Alonzo, Boris Karloff, Simon Scott

3.  The Night of the Raven

September 30, 1966

Dr. Loveless takes a giant step in his plan to rule a world of "little people" by reducing West to a six-inch miniature.

Director: Irving J. Moore, Writer: Ed DiLorenzo

Guest starring: Michael Dunn, Phyllis Newman, Howard Hoffinan, Sandy Josol

4.  The Night of the Big Blast

October 7, 1966

A mad scientist (Ida Lupino) has invented a human bomb that looks exactly like West (Robert Conrad).

Director: Ralph Senensky, Writer: Ken Kolb

Guest starring: Ida Lupino, Patsy Kelly, Melville Ruick, Rita D'Amico, Michael McCloud, Robert Miller Driscoll, Mala Powers

5.  The Night of the Returning Dead

October 14, 1966

While trying to solve a murder, West is charged by a bullet-immune "ghost rider" (Sammy Davis Jr.).

Director: Richard Donner, Writer: John Kneubuhl

Guest starring: Frank Wilcox, Alan Baxter, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford, Hazel Court, Ken Lynch

6The Night of the Flying Pie Plate

October 21, 1966

West gets involved in a bizarre scheme: a green girl emerges from a fallen spaceship claiming she needs gold for fuel.

Director: Robert Sparr, Writer: Daniel Ullman

Guest starring: Ford Rainey, Leslie Parrish, William Windom, Pitt Herbert, Woodrow Chambliss, Cindy Taylor, Arlene Charles, Whitey Hughes

7.  The Night of the Poisonous Posey

October 28, 1966

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 internationals criminals assembled by Lucrese Posey. West and Gordon discover that Lucrese is planning on heading a world-wide criminal organization. After dealing with the other criminals, the two agents find themselves left with only Lucrese to deal with, a proposition not nearly as simple as it seems.

Director: Alan Crosland Jr. / Donn Mullally, Writer: Leigh Chapman

Guest starring: Shug Fisher, Christopher Cary, Delphi Lawrence, Eugene Iglesias, George Keymas, Hal Lynch, Andre Philippe, Percy Rodriguez, H.M. Wynant, Michael Masters

8.  The Night of the Bottomless Pit

November 4, 1966

West (Robert Conrad) poses as a prisoner at Devil's Island. His assignment: rescue a secret agent who is marked for execution by a savage commandant.

Director: Robert Sparr, Writer: Ken Kolb

Guest starring: Theodore Marcuse, Joan Huntington, Gregg Martell, Ernie Misko, Chuck O'Brien, Fred Carson, Seymour Green, Steve Franken, Mabel Albertson, Tom Drake

9.  The Night of the Watery Death

November 11, 1966

A mysterious dragon-like creature is blowing up American ships, and West and Gordon must determine the cause.

Director: Irving J. Moore, Writer: Michael Edwards

Guest starring: John Ashley, John van Dreelen, James Galante, Forrest Lewis, Jocelyn Lane

10.  The Night of the Green Terror

November 18, 1966

A mysterious plague is killing off all plant life, and the Indians in the area are becoming restless. Jim and Artie are sent to investigate, and find themselves up against a knight and his band of "merry men". The knight is a powered suit used by their nemesis Dr. Loveless, who created the plague and is using it and shipped food supplies to force the Indians to do his bidding. They're not too happy with the whole situation, and think Loveless is the representative of the "Lord of the Forest". After a capture-and-escape or two, Jim challenges the knight to a duel. Loveless tries to rig the fight with an exploding mace, which West avoids. Loveless prepares to send his plague on balloons across the country. The Indians turn against Loveless, and he and Antoinette are seemingly destroyed by a fire. They hide in a secret compartment, for Loveless to return to fight another day.

Director: Robert Sparr, Writer: John Kneubuhl

Guest starring: Michael Dunn, Anthony Caruso, Paul Fix, Peggy Rea

11.  The Night of the Ready-Made Corpse

November 25, 1966

Fabian Lavender (Carroll O'Connor) is a master of disguises, but West is not fooled. Neither is Lavender, who locks West in one of his gas-filled crypts.

Director: Irving J. Moore, Writer: Ken Kolb / Bob Wood

Guest starring: Carroll O'Connor, Alan Bergmann, Karen Sharpe, Jack Perkins, Gene Tyburn, Andi Garrett, Daniel Ades, Patricia Huston

12.  The Night of the Man-Eating House

December 12, 1966

Wild Wild West meets the Twilight Zone. West (Robert Conrad) witnesses eerie phenomena when he takes refuge with a sheriff and his prisoner in an abandoned bayou mansion.

Director: Alan Crosland Jr., Writer: John Kneubuhl

Guest starring: Hurd Hatfield, William Talman

13.  The Night of the Skulls

December 16, 1966

In the opening sequence Jim shoots Artie! Escaping, he is declared a wanted man, and goes to Gordon's funeral... where Artie in disguise is acting as the minister. It's a ploy to allow West to track down the mysterious disappearance of nineteen other wanted men. Jim is spotted and runs, taking refuge in a carriage where he is gassed, taken to a mysterious underground base, and put on trial. Upon being found guilty, the jury (made up of the other missing criminals) roundly congratulates him. While Gordon follows the trail of the carriage, Jim meets with the leader, a masked man known as ""Skull."" Only three men can go on the next assignment: to kill the President and the other head politicians of the U.S. There is an ""elimination"" (literally) and Jim manages to stay alive. It turns out Skull is Senator Fenlow, who plans to take over the government when those above him are killed. After Jim is exposed and the guys escape, they thwart the killers, get to Fenlow, and trick him into confessing.

Director: Alan Crosland Jr., Writer: Earl Barret / Robert C. Dennis

Guest starring: Donald Woods, Anne Doud, William Bagdad, Calvin Brown, Francis DeSales, Kem Dibbs, Lisa Gaye, Robert Herron, Michael Masters, Quinton Sondergaard, Madame Spivy, Sebastian Tom

14.  The Night of the Infernal Machine

December 23, 1966

Time is running out for Judge M'Guigan, who is threatened by a bomb-throwing clockmaker.

Director: Sherman Marks, Writer: Shimon Wincelberg

Guest starring: Bill Zuckert, Elaine Dunn, Jon Lormer, John Harmon, Michael Pate, Will Kuluva, Ed Begley, Vito Scotti, Bill Gwinn

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15.  The Night of the Lord of Limbo

December 30, 1966

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.

Director: Jesse Hibbs, Writer: Henry Sharp

Guest starring: Harry Harvey, Sr., Ricardo Montalban, Dianne Foster, Tyler McVey, Gregory Morton, Felice Orlandi, Ed Prentiss, Davis Roberts, Will J. White, Howard Wright

16.  The Night of the Tottering Tontine

January 6, 1967

West and Gordon are assigned to protect Dr. Raven, who is developing a secret weapon. Raven is a member of a tontine, an investment group whose by-laws state that the surving member of the group gets the assets of the group. When one of the tontine's members is killed and an attempt is made on Raven's life, the agents decide to investigate. They find a house full of traps and two members of the tontine looking to "survive" the group and take the money for themselves.

Director: Irving J. Moore, Writer: Norman Hudis / Elon Packard

Guest starring: Robert Emhardt, Harry Townes, Henry Darrow, Lisa Pera, Steve Gravers, Mike Road, Arthur Space, Ted Stanhope, William Wintersole, Wilhelm von Homburg

17.  The Night of the Feathered Fury

January 13, 1967

An organ grinder and his monkey launch an attack: the man is no less than Count Manzeppi, trying to gain a small wind-up bird toy. The toy contains the Philosopher's Stone, reputed to transmute base elements into gold. The race is on as West and Gordon track Manzeppi to his lair. After repeated setbacks and escapes, Manzeppi is forced to escape in a balloon while his henchwoman Gerda is transformed into a gold statue, and the bird and its stone are seemingly destroyed. At the end, the stone reconstitutes itself on the guys' train after they leave for the night.

Director: Robert Sparr, Writer: Henry Sharp

Guest starring: Michele Carey, Hideo Inamura, Perry Lopez, Oliver McGowan, George Murdock, Georgia Schmidt, Victor Buono, Audrey Lowell

18.  The Night of the Gypsy Peril

January 20, 1967

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 the trail to a gypsy camp, where the elephant appears to have been colored grey as a disguise. Artie sneaks in as a peddler, and they try to recover the elephant. They soon discover that the elephant is not disguised, but instead is actually grey: it has been painted white and proclaimed sacred by the Sultan, who planned to extort the U.S. government all along. Confronted with the evidence, the Sultan is deported and the gypsies get to keep the elephant.

Director: Alan Crosland Jr., Writer: Ken Kolb

Guest starring: Ruta Lee, Ronald Long, Arthur Batanides, Nick Cravat, Andi Garrett, Charles Horvath, Johnny Seven, Mark Slade

19.  The Night of the Tartar

February 3, 1967

President Grant gives orders to agents James West and Artemus Gordon to deliver prisoner 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. The agents are drugged en route and when they come to, led to believe they're in Russia. West is imprisoned and forced to reveal Rimsky's whereabouts. His captors tie him to a stake while saber-swinging Cossacks ride straight for him. Still in disguise, Gordon meets Rimsky's contact Sazanov, in an effort to uncover the Russians' racket.

Director: Charles Rondeau, Writer: Earl Barret / Robert C. Dennis

Guest starring: Susan Odin, Andre Phillipe, Martin Blaine, John Astin, Nancy Dow, Chubby Johnson, Louise Lawson, Michael Panaieff, Malachi Throne, Wendy Stuart, Walter Sande, Larry Anthony, Lola Bell

20.  The Night of the Vicious Valentine

February 10, 1967

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 from her and must prevent her next target from getting married.

Director: Irving J. Moore, Writer: Leigh Chapman

Guest starring: Agnes Moorehead, Diane McBain, Sherry Jackson, Shephard Menken, Mitzie Evans, Quinn Cunningham, Don Delavay, G. Edward McKinley, Walter Sande, Henry Beckman, Mickey Daniels

21.  The Night of the Brain

February 17, 1967

A mysterious figure in a secret cave makes moves in a chessboard, using a figure of James West. The agents starting getting newspapers predicting the death of friends that haven't occurred yet. They are unable to stop the deaths, but find the shop where the newspapers are printed. Following the trail, Jim is lured into the lair of Mr. Braine, a crippled criminal mastermind who gets about in a steam-powered munitions-armed wheelchair. Braine has planned their every move and response, and wants Jim to join him in his plan to kill world leaders and replace them with lookalikes. He already has a double of Artemus Gordon. Braine has anticipated the real Artie sneaking in and taking the place of the lookalike, but Gordon double-bluffs him with a mask underneath his mask. taking advantage of the distraction, Jim confronts Braine and manages to defeat him, blowing up the wheelchair and Braine. Braine's steam powered wheelchair is a preview of the wheelchair used by Loveless (Kenneth Branagh) in the Wild Wild West movie with Will Smith.

Director: Larry Peerce, Writer: Calvin Clements Jr.

Guest starring: Edward Andrews, Margaret Mason, Phil Arnold, Brioni Farrell, Allen Jaffe, Jay Jostyn, Don Rizzan, John Warburton

22.  The Night of the Deadly Bubble

February 24, 1967

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

Director: Irving J. Moore, Writer: Michael Edwards

Guest starring: Alfred Ryder, Judy Lang, Nacho Galindo, Mickey Golden, Dick Cangey, Robert Herron, Kai Hernandez, Nelson Welch, Whitey Hughes, Lou Krugman

23.  The Night of the Surreal McCoy

March 3, 1967

Agents West and Gordon are guarding a museum containing the famous Herzberg jewels but someone still manges to steal the gems. Afterwards, a famous painting of a Western scene is removed from the museum by its wealthy rancher-owner. Gordon becomes suspicious and notifies West who discovers 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!

Director: Alan Crosland Jr., Writer: John Kneubuhl

Guest starring: Michael Dunn, John Doucette, Ivan Triesault, John Alonzo, Noel Drayton, Quinton Sondergaard, Jorge Moreno

24.  The Night of the Colonel's Ghost

March 10, 1967

West and Gordon escort President Grant to San Fransisco 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. A further investigation yields the fact that the Colonel is not as dead as was previously thought and that his statue is far from ordinary.

Director: Charles Rondeau, Writer: Ken Kolb

Guest starring: Kathie Browne, Lee Bergere, Alan Hewitt, Arthur Hunnicutt, Walker Edmiston, Roy Engel, Gordon Wescourt, Ralph Gary, Billy Shannon

25.  The Night of the Deadly Blossom

March 17, 1967

Agents West and Gordon report to Admiral Agnow's San Franisco 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 Hawiian 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.

Director: Alan Crosland Jr., Writer: Daniel Mainwaring

Guest starring: Nehemiah Persoff, Miiko Taka, Pitt Herbert, George Keymas, Lou Straley, Carole Kane, Tiki Santos, Soon-Teck Oh, Reggie Valencia, Peter Hale, Duane Grey, Mel Prestidge

26.  The Night of the Cadre

March 24, 1967

Agent James West goes to see Warden Primwick,who releases condemned murderer Ralph Kleed in his presence. Kleed blows a whistle,and the warden attacks West with his cane. West restrains the warden,who dies from the exertion. Kleed escapes,leaving behind a whistle that has a special pitch,apparently only heard by dogs and wardens. Through the warden's autopsy,agent Artemus Gordon discovers that a franconium crytal has been implanted in the warden's brain,prompting violent behavior when Kleed blew his whistle. West falls into the hands of master criminal Titus Trask,who intends to implant a crystal in the agent's brain and,in turn,have West do the same to President Grant so Trask can rule the country.

Director: Leon Benson, Writer: Digby Wolfe

Guest starring: Don Gordon, Richard Jaeckel, Sheilah Wells, Ken Drake, Tol Avery, Vince Howard

27.  The Night of the Wolf

March 31, 1967

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.

Guest starring: Eddie Fontaine, Joseph Campanella, John Marley

28.  The Night of the Bogus Bandits

April 7, 1967

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.

Director: Irving J. Moore, Writer: Henry Sharp

Guest starring: Michael Dunn, Marianna Hill, Patsy Kelly, Grace Gaynor, Don 'Red' Barry, Walter Sande, Roland La Starza, Charles Wagenheim, William Challee, Murray Alper, Troy Melton, Charles Fredericks, Jack Orrison, Jack Rigney, William Massey, Frank Sully

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