During its four-season run a total of episodes were broadcast. James West is presented as a sort of " James Bond of the West ",  i. Artemus Gordon is West's partner, a master of disguises and also the inventor of the many gadgets that the two of them use in the course of their adventures. The two men travel about in a private train and use their talents to vanquish the many dastardly villains that threatened the United States — among them, disgraced ex-soldiers seeking revenge against President Grant, power-hungry megalomaniacs , and mad scientists with their brilliant but diabolical inventions.
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Comments Mizen Head in West CorkIreland of the Welcomes Eons of geography, generations of history and the wonderful people make West Cork an absolute gem and a holiday favorite among Irish and tourists alike. At the point where the southern coast of Ireland turns west, lies a rugged sea-shaped landscape of uplands, peninsulas, and inlets, a place where eons of geography and generations of history combine to craft a unique identity for people and place. In its most positive sense, West Cork is a place apart; it provides a very real and imagined alternative to life as we know it. Traveling within and around West Cork is as much about a journey of the mind as it is about movement. Over the years I have come to recognize the familiar shapes and solid features of the landscape, however, this delightful sameness is always tinged with something new as the palette of texture and shade change constantly with the wind and the sea. And so, I present West Cork as a place of wonders. There are many possibilities for the top seven but the ones I include here are my personal selection.
Where Are They Now? I decided the old thread was outdated and badly written, so I went through every cast member to try and find where they are now. Bacchus told me to post this in a new thread for a fresh start, and the old thread will be locked.
The question of James Blount's parentage has been a source of great confusion, due primarily to a "genealogy" prepared for one Frederick Speight Blount in This bogus study purports to connect Capt. The first paragraph of the "American Genealogy" reads as follows: