Incorporating classic Western elements with those of an espionage thriller, 'The Wild Wild West' follows Secret Service agents James West (Robert Conrad) and Artemus Gordon (Ross Martin) as they stop at nothing to protect the country and President Ulysses S. Grant from pernicious threats of every kind. West, a charming gunslinger, and Gordon, a brilliant gadget-maker and master of disguise, travel aboard the Wanderer, a luxurious train equipped with everything from a stable car to a laboratory.
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