Wild Wild West
Night of the Man Eating House, #6612
Agents West and Gordon are assigned to transport prisoner Liston Day to a hospital. Day has spent the last thirty-five years in solitary confinement for treason but is now in need of immediate medical attention. During their trek to the hospital, the agents prepare to bed down for the night on the grounds of a deserted mansion right out of an Edgar Allan Poe story. When the door to the mansion mysteriously opens, the group decides to investigate. Once inside the house, the door closes, trapping the agents, the sheriff, and the prisoner.
Liston Day: Hurd Hatfield
* The above information was compiled from The Wild Wild West: The Series by Susan E. Kesler (Arnett Press), "Michael Garrison's Wild Wild West," an article by Robert Alan Crick in Epi-Log Journal #11 and other sources.
Sheriff: William Talman
Directed by Alan Crosland
Written by John Kneubuhl
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