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Charming gunslinger James West and Artemus Gordon, an inventor and master of disguise, are the country's first Secret Service agents, traveling the Old West at the behest of President Ulysses S. Grant, fighting villains, encountering beautiful women and dealing with fiendish plots to take over the world.

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aired 276 days ago
West and Gordon encounter a society lady who plans to change the United States into a monarchy and reign as its queen.
aired 378 days ago
Gordon and West attend a meeting of Navy officers, who subsequently are slain; guest Nehemiah Persoff.
aired 378 days ago
West and Gordon fear an attempt on President Grant's life while they are escorting him to a conference.
aired 378 days ago
West and Gordon tangle with Dr. Loveless, who has another king-size plan to achieve world conquest.
aired 379 days ago
West and Gordon investigate the murder of a scientist who was studying a rash of destructive tidal waves.
aired 379 days ago
A newspaper contains a prediction that a magician will die in front of West and Gordon.

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