Starring: Dick Cangey, Robert Conrad, Ross Martin, Whitey Hughes
Genres: Action, Drama, Sci-fi, Thriller, Western
Corrected entry: Throughout Series: No one ever explained just how West and Gordon were able, in the 1870s, to send and receive telegraph signals from a moving train, without any wire connection.
Correction: Wireless telegraphs were possible and designed in a number of ways in the early 19th century. Radio waves could be used. In 1832 James Lindsay demonstrated the idea of wireless telegraphy and showed it worked over a 2 mile distance in 1854. Thomas Edison patented his "grasshopper telegraphy", which allowed signals to jump the short distance between a running train and telegraph wires running parallel to the tracks. While this wasn't until the mid-1880's, Wild Wild West relied on advanced technologies and Gordon could have easily been able to come up with this same invention for personal use.
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In the opening scene, a cowboy sitting atop the balcony above Big Brad's Bar gets up and approaches the balcony's edge twice.
Due to the rigorous stunts he performed, actor Robert Conrad would often rip out the seat of his already too tight pants.