Welcome to "The Wild Wild West," where two of Washington's finest secret service agents, James T. West and Artemus Gordon, use skills, ingenuity and gadgetry to capture some of the most outrageous villains in television history.
Robert Conrad portrays the dashing and daring James T. West, able to subdue all challengers, sometimes dozens at a time, with his expert karate and boxing skills.
Ross Martin plays the inimitable and charming Artemus Gordon, an actor-turned-agent, trained in several languages and gifted with the ability to use expert makeup techniques to convincingly transform into any number of characters.
Together these men battled extraordinary villains with twisted desires for world domination or destruction.
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James West and Artemus Gordon are two agents of President Grant who take their splendidly appointed private train through the west to fight evil. Half science fiction and half western, the Artemus designs a series of interesting gadgets for James that would make Inspector Gadget proud.
The clip Rita from Wild Wild West (1999)
Excuse me, am I intruding?
I feel I know you from somewhere.
Nice try, buster.
I look like something out of James Fenimore Cooper...
...but I mean you no harm.
My name is Artemus Gordon...
...and if I'm not mistaken, you're in trouble. Allow me.
I was hired as an entertainer.
Not that I'm complaining, but why are you here?
I'm looking for some missing scientists, not that I'm complaining.
I'm a special U.S. Marshal on assignment from the President.
If you're so special, how come you're looking up here...
...when Loveless has them in the dungeon?
The dungeon has been cleared out.
I checked it after sampling the gumbo, which was a bit heavy on the okra.
There you are.
Thank you. Artemus, was it?
I don't forget a face that easily.
The clip The president from Wild Wild West (1999) with Kevin Kline
Who are you, mister?
What do you mean, who am I?
I am the President of the United States.
Who are you?
I am the President of the... I'm Artemus Gordon.
How did you know?
The President went to West Point. That says Harvard.
Somebody mind telling me what's going on?
Sir, these are perilous times.
I was merely demonstrating how someone, using the art of disguise...
...could penetrate into the very bowels of the White House, sir.
You're clever, Gordon. One day it's going to get you killed.
And, West, not every situation calls for your approach of "shoot first...
...shoot later, shoot some more...
...then when everybody's dead, try to ask a question or two."
Working together will be good.
With all due respect...
You'll work the way your Commander in Chief tells you to.
Well, I was coming to that, sir.
The clip The white house from Wild Wild West (1999)
Whoa, there, partner!
The war may have got you 40 acres and a mule...
...but you can't just traipse into the President's office. Give me that gun.
What, that one?
What about that one?
That'll get you killed.
Don't make Captain West any later than he already is.
There've been a lot of death threats.
The Cabinet made me hire these damned detectives.
Don't mind if I do, sir.
So I understand you let General McGrath get away.
That's not exactly the way it happened.
Some half-a-sissy masquerading as...
You know him?
Of course. He's the best marshal I've got. A kind of genius.
Gordon has proven himself as a cunning operator, with a rapacious intellect.
Nothing will stop him from completing a mission...
...except maybe the impulsive actions of a headstrong cowboy.