The Wild Wild West (1965–1969)
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The Night of Miguelito's Revenge 

While West gets a shave at the barbershop, he becomes anesthetized by a hot towel and awakens in a fun-house. West soon learns of a series of kidnappings with clues leading to a traveling ... See full summary »

Director:

James B. Clark

Writers:

Michael Garrison (creator), Jerry Thomas
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Robert Conrad ... Jim West
Ross Martin ... Artemus Gordon (credit only)
Charles Aidman ... Jeremy Pike
Michael Dunn ... Dr. Miguelito Loveless
Susan Seaforth Hayes ... Delilah (as Susan Seaforth)
Arthur Batanides ... Pylo
Jim Shane Jim Shane ... Tiny
Don Pedro Colley ... Abbie Carter
Percy Helton ... Proprietor
Byron Morrow ... Judge Alonzo Fairlie
Walter Coy ... Cyrus Barlow
Linda Chandler Linda Chandler ... Lynn Carstairs
Peter Bruni Peter Bruni ... Ivan Kalinkovitch
Johnny Silver ... Biff Trout (as Johnny S. Luer)
Roy Barcroft ... Sheriff
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Storyline

While West gets a shave at the barbershop, he becomes anesthetized by a hot towel and awakens in a fun-house. West soon learns of a series of kidnappings with clues leading to a traveling circus. There, West encounters the demented Dr. Miguelito Loveless with his latest invention, a powerful mechanized man. After the mechanical man knocks out West, places him in a coffin and throws the agent into a river, Loveless plans to hold a mock trial for his abducted victims and sentence them to death. Written by Tiff Banks

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 December 1968 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

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CBS Television Network See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

| (DVD)

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

This episode borrows both "Front Street" and Marshall Dillon's office from Gunsmoke (1955). Both shows shot at CBS Studios. See more »

Goofs

Dr. Loveless informs Jim West, that he is "Sunday's Child - Bonny and Brave," which West does not contradict. However, West was born on July 2, 1842 - a Saturday. See more »

Quotes

Judge Alonzo Fairlie: You're mad, of course.
Dr. Miguelito Loveless: Observe the classical magistrate's mind at work, Delilah. The good judge does not understand me, ergo I am mad. Allow me to introduce myself sir. I am Dr. Miguelito Loveless. I plead guilty to being dictatorial, vain, short-tempered, occasionally unreasonable and, always... always a helpless admirer of all that is rare and fine in nature and art. But mad... no sir that I will not permit.
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Soundtracks

Drunken Sailor
Traditional
Performed by Michael Dunn
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The last but not the least for Miguelito...
2 April 2019 | by searchanddestroy-1See all my reviews

Yes folks, this was the Dr Loveless swan song for this series. And probably the best, though maybe not the most action packed. The first part of the episode was rather smooth, intellectual for the show. But the second part, more exquisit and understandable too. Excellent scenes, unforgettable ones, but I repeat, less action sequences. At least less spectacular concerning stunt fist fights.


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