The Wild Wild West

The Wild Wild West

The First Season

DVD - 2006
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One of the most popular series of the 1960's, Wild Wild West involves the exploits of two Secret Service agents that protect President Ulysses S. Grant and investigate crime in the Old West.
Publisher: Hollywood, Calif. : Paramount Pictures, 2006
Edition: 40th anniversary collector's ed
ISBN: 9781415715215
Branch Call Number: DVD WILD
Characteristics: 7 videodiscs (ca. 1347 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in


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Feb 21, 2018

Let's face it - This TV Western from the mid-1960s certainly could've been a whole lot better.

Not only did I find that the scripts were often really weak and the stories borderline stupid and ludicrous, but the episodes (at an hour in length) were just too long and dragged-out to hold my undivided attention.

Not only that, but I also found that I took a somewhat strong disliking toward actor Robert Conrad who played Federal Agent, James West.

At best, Conrad was only a mediocre actor. And besides that, his West character (even though he was a pretty good brawler) was too much of a fop (with his immaculate, colour-coordinated outfits) for my liking.

Had Conrad's character been more of a rugged, cowboy-type dude (rather than a fashionable dandy), then, perhaps, The Wild, Wild West would've appealed to my sense of masculinity a whole lot more.

Apr 04, 2017

VERY GOOD compilation (28 episodes) of 1st season of James Bond goes Wild West television series which aired from 1965-1969.
Kind of whack plots integrating some odd twists that add to the fun. I had forgotten how handsome and talented an actor Robert Conrad was.


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Jun 13, 2016

Actually the first year of WWW (shot in b&w) is very well made with some very well crafted moral adventure stories, and without all the camp that followed the rest of the seasons. Quite good 4 out of 5 stars


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