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The Wild Wild West: The Night of the Circus of Death

Jim and Artie go after a counterfeit ring centered in Denver, and suspect that the director of the Denver Mint may be involved. But when Jim is attacked by a man wielding a candy-striped flamethrower, the trail leads them to a circus.

Episode Info


Episode number: 3x9
Production Number: 3224-0363
Airdate: Friday November 03rd, 1967



Guest Stars
Paul ComiPaul Comi
As Farnsworth (Burt Farnsworth)
Recurring
Arthur MaletArthur Malet
As Doc Keyno
Recurring
Dort Clark (1)Dort Clark (1)
As Colonel Housley
Recurring
Morgan FarleyMorgan Farley
As Harry Holmes
Recurring
Judi ShervenJudi Sherven
As Priscilla (Priscilla Goodbody)
Recurring
Sharon CintronSharon Cintron
As Secretary
Recurring
Barbara HemmingwayBarbara Hemmingway
As Lola
Recurring
John ArmondJohn Armond
As Bronzini
Recurring
Joan HuntingtonJoan Huntington
As Mrs. Lennox (Mary Lennox)
Recurring
Philip BrunsPhilip Bruns
As Abner Lennox
Florence SundstromFlorence Sundstrom
As Mrs. Moore
Ernest MiskoErnest Misko
As Guard

Uncredited
Red WestRed West
As Flamethrower Agent
Recurring
Main Cast
Robert ConradRobert Conrad
As James T. West
Ross Martin (1)Ross Martin (1)
As Artemus Gordon

Recap

In Denver, Jim visits Moore’s Emporium and asks the woman at the counter, Mrs. Priscilla Goodbody, about a $20 that the emporium deposited at the bank that morning. Priscilla is more interested in the numerological significance of Jim’s name compared to hers. While she talks, a man in a top hat watches the exchange. Jim finally gets Priscilla back on track and says that Mr. Bronzini, a traveling salesman, paid with the $20. She directs Jim to the hotel where he stays and explains that Mrs. Moore sends special orders to Bronzini two to three times a month...

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Episode Notes
Corner slides:
Lower Left: A lion menaces Jim.
Lower Right: Artie's bullet-ridden legs.
Upper Left: Jim trapped beneath a crate as poison gas fills the room.
Upper Right: The Wanderer.

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Mrs. Moore and Moore's Emporium is named after episode director Irving J. Moore.




Episode Quotes
(discussing counterfeit money)
Artemus: This stuff is giving you that much of a run for your money, huh?

Artemus: You wouldn't be kidding us, would you, Doc?
Doc Keyno: Why, Mr. Gordon, would I kid the two gentlemen who sent me up?

Artemus: Listen, next time you invite me to lunch, remind me to eat first, will you?
James: Artie, you're a snob. You got to think that a hot dog is a portable steak. It's all in your mind.
Artemus: Yeah, well this one is in the pit of my stomach, I'm afraid. To stay.

James: How well did you know Bronzini?
Erika: I despised him. He had a waxed mustache and eyes like a pair of shiny new marbles. And a lifelong love affair with himself.

James: What does your husband think about all this?
Mrs. Lennox: Abner suffers from a constitutional ailment—he's a ridiculous fool.



Episode Goofs
The man who goes with Jim as they follow Farnsworth to the spirit shop is not Ross Martin.




Other Episode Crew

CreatorMichael Garrison
ProducerBruce Lansbury
Associate ProducerLeonard Katzman
Unit Production ManagerMike Moder
MusicJack Pleis
Make-upDon Schoenfeld
Set DecoratorRaymond Molyneaux
Director of PhotographyEdward R. Plante
Art DirectorWilliam Craig Smith
Film EditorByron Chudnow
Assistant DirectorChristopher Seitz
Assistant To The ProducerJoe Kirby
Story ConsultantHenry Sharp
CostumesJack Muhs  |  Paula Giokaris
 
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