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The Wild Wild West Revisited (1979)

The Wild Wild West Revisited (1979)

Robert ConradRoss MartinPaul WilliamsHarry Morgan
Burt Kennedy


The Wild Wild West Revisited (1979) is a English movie. Burt Kennedy has directed this movie. Robert Conrad,Ross Martin,Paul Williams,Harry Morgan are the starring of this movie. It was released in 1979. The Wild Wild West Revisited (1979) is considered one of the best Action,Adventure,Comedy,Crime,Drama,Mystery,Romance,Sci-Fi,Thriller,Western movie in India and around the world.

In 1885, after years of retirement, West is called in from his Mexican home, and Gordon is taken off the road as a Shakespearian actor to track down and arrest Dr. Michelito Loveless, Jr. The evil son of their most famous opponent has kidnapped the heads of state of countries from around the world and replaced them with deplicates under his control. West and Gordon must stop him before President Cleveland is replaced, but the job won't be easy as the mad scientist has at his disposal a wide assortment of advanced weapons, ranging from robots to atomic bombs.


The Wild Wild West Revisited (1979) Reviews

  • Jim & Arte - back in action!


    This made-for-television movie was my first real taste of 'The Wild Wild West'. It was shown in a peak-time slot one Saturday night on B.B.C.-1 in 1987. I enjoyed it then, but having seen the original series like it a lot less. It is now 1885, and both Jim West ( Robert Conrad ) and Artemus Gordon ( Ross Martin ) are no longer on active duty in the U.S. secret service, the former lives in Mexico, the latter is part of a travelling troupe of performers. Robert T. 'Skinny' Malone ( Henry Morgan a.k.a. 'Colonel Potter' of 'M#A#S#H' ), the new head of intelligence, brings them together for a perilous assignment - the son of the late Dr.Migelito Loveless ( Paul Williams ) has kidnapped the President of the U.S.A, Queen Victoria of England, the Tzar of Russia and the King of Spain and has replaced them with perfect doubles. The mad genius has also developed two super-humans he wittily calls 'Six Hundred Dollar People' as well as a prototype atomic bomb. West and Gordon's problems are further compounded by continual interference from other country's agents. The director was Burt Kennedy, whose speciality was comedy Westerns such as 'Support Your Local Sheriff' and 'Support Your Local Gunfighter' ( both starring James Garner ). Unsurprisingly, much of 'Revisited' has a jokey feel rather at odds with the more subtle humour of the series. At times it threatens to turn into another 'Blazing Saddles'. Conrad and Martin were thankfully young enough to play their roles without looking too ancient, but even so West's fights are nowhere near as thrilling as before. And where are his famous gadgets? He gets out of a dungeon with the aid of a lock pick! How disappointing. In the old days West would probably have blown the door off with a tiny bomb produced from his sleeve. As 'Loveless', the cherubic Williams is far more menacing than Kenneth Branagh in the 1999 movie. Jim and Arte re-teamed a year later for 'More Wild Wild West' which featured Jonathan Winters as an invisible villain. It was not much better than 'Revisited', and alas proved to be their swan-song.

  • West and Gordon still deliver!


    The classic espionage TV series The Wild Wild West, which ran from 1965 to 1969 on CBS, was followed by two TV movie sequels: The Wild Wild West Revisited (1979) and More Wild Wild West (1980). The original series episodes ranged from thrilling espionage episodes to more comedic and campy ones, but the follow-up TV movies continued only in the campy and comedic vein. That was considered a let down by some fans of the series who were hoping for something closer to the more serious episodes of the show. I can understand their viewpoint, but I found both movies entertaining for what they were: a fun bit of escapism featuring the reunion of two favorite characters and the actors who played them. The chemistry between these guys can't be beat. Both movies have their weak points, but Conrad and Martin, reunited as an older West and Gordon, make for fun viewing.

  • Pro's & Con's


    I was so excited when my ebay search found this video and then even more excited when I won it on the auction. I was really surprised when no one else bided on this video since I know that there are so many fans of this program. I never even new that this video originally existed till I surfed the web on The WWW sites. I still want to find the other video "More of The WWW." Now my thoughts on the video WWW Revisited. It was great to see them in action again. They looked great. Even though the production wasn't quite as good as the original TV series a little hammed up. Of course all reunion shows are never as good as the original. It was still very entertaining to see my heroes from my child hood back in action. I will say this. The start of the video about where Jim and Artie were in there retirement could not have been more perfect. It just seemed so natural that Artie would be traveling in a side show being that he was so dramatic and so able to act like so many different characters. And where else would Jim be but kicked back with beautiful women taking care of him. The producer/director must have let them write this part of the script, cause it seemed so "them." Now I want to know from someone what the hell happen when they were making this movie. And what idiot and how know one did anything to catch and change the script CAUSE JIM WEST WAS KNOWN FOR ALL HIS GADGETS. Jim West did not use any of his gadgets in this movie. Oh it showed him checking out a couple of tricks in the train but what were they thinking when they made this movie. No heel on the boot gadget, knife in the toe of the boot, gun up his sleeve, no nothing. What's up with this, blows my mind.

  • Pretty mild compared to the series, but it's ok


    Since no one has commented on this flick, I guess I am the first one that has seen it. The tv movie doesn't quite live up to the series as far as the gadgets, but like a tradional western it has bar fights, a damsel in distress and other action, but fans looking for gadgets or huge explosions might be disappointed. Saw it on digital cable (eat your heart out, cheap cable subscribers). LOL Ironically there was another Wild Wild West tv movie in 1980.

  • This was tongue in cheek.


    The Wild Wild West lived at 7:30 (6:30 Central) on CBS / Friday nights. As I recall - for 5 years. A most enjoyable show especially for an 11 year old up through its cancellation. I must have seen all the episodes. Now I remember in 1979 being at my parents home and watched it with my mom. We tuned it in because we liked the original. Nothing though can match laughing out loud with a parent after you are an adult. This was done as a spoof of themselves. "Have you been sick?" No Artie why? He only went 6 feet when you hit him. West goes to pick up a girl at the saloon only to find out that she knows him because he use to date her mother. Slam on the old age stuff - I liked it - it was what it was suppose to be. Just saw it again on DECADES TV. What a treat.


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