For my birthday this year one of the things I directed my money toward was a complete series collection of The Wild, Wild West that ran for four seasons in the late 60s, and starred Robert Conrad and Ross Martin. Like I did with The Avengers a little while ago, I thought I’d write up some mini-commentaries on different episodes as I watch through them.
The Wild, Wild West is a series that I’ve only ever seen a few episodes of, back when I was a kid visiting my grandparents’ place in Colorado. I enjoyed it at the time, funny mix of western, espionage and science fiction that it is. The set that I’ve bought contains all the episodes of the show, spread across some random number of DVD’s. It’s hard to know how many since the packaging is truly terrible. The box is hugely fat but contains only four “pages” for the DVD’s to be stored, so there are multiple disks stacked on top of each other that you have to dig through in order to find what you want.
Anyway, this is Disk 2. Read about Disk 1 here.Continue reading The Wild Wild West 2 – The Complete Series – Night of the Casual Killer, The Night of a Thousand Eyes, The Night of the Glowing Corpse, The Night of the Dancing Death