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Bosnian (bs-BS)

The Wild Wild West

The Wild Wild West je priča o dvoje agenata Tajne službe: Jamesa Westa (Robert Conrad), šarmantnog revolveraša, i Artemusa Gordona (Martin Ross), briljantnog izumitelja naprava i majstora prerušavanja. Njihova beskrajna misija je zaštita predsjednika Ulyssesa S. Granta i SAD-a od svakojakih opasnih prijetnji. Agenti su putovali u luksuznom vlaku, Wandereru, opremljenim sa svime, od konjušnice do laboratorija. James West je služio kao obavještajni časnik i časnik konjice u američkom Građanskom ratu, a njegova "krinka" u seriji je da je putujući predsjednik. Nakon umirovljenja iz Službe u 1880., živio je na ranču u Meksiku. Gordonova prošlost je mutnija, kada ode u mirovinu u 1880., kreće na put kao šef "Shakespearovih putujućih igrača".

English (en-US)

The Wild Wild West

The Wild Wild West is an American television series Developed at a time when the television western was losing ground to the spy genre, this show was conceived by its creator, Michael Garrison, as "James Bond on horseback." Set during the administration of President Ulysses Grant, the series followed Secret Service agents James West and Artemus Gordon as they solved crimes, protected the President, and foiled the plans of megalomaniacal villains to take over all or part of the United States.

The show also featured a number of fantasy elements, such as the technologically advanced devices used by the agents and their adversaries. The combination of the Victorian era time-frame and the use of Verne-esque style technology have inspired some to give the show credit for the origins of the steam punk subculture.

French (fr-FR)

Les Mystères de l'ouest

Dans les années 1880, James West et Artemus Gordon, deux agents des Services Secrets américains, doivent faire face à tous types de menaces. L'un est homme d'action et homme à femme ; l'autre est inventeur et spécialiste du déguisement. Ce duo de choc a pour grand ennemi le Dr. Loveless, expert en création d'engins destructeurs.

German (de-DE)

Verrückter wilder Westen

Italian (it-IT)

Selvaggio west

Portuguese (pt-BR)

James West

Romanian (ro-RO)

Russian (ru-RU)

Дикий дикий запад

Два агента секретной службы, имеющие кучу навороченных приспособлений, работают на правительство на Старом Западе.

Spanish; Castilian (es-ES)

Jim West

The Wild Wild West es una serie de televisión americana desarrollada en un momento en que el western televisivo estaba perdiendo terreno frente al género espía, este programa fue concebido por su creador, Michael Garrison, como "James Bond a caballo". Ambientada durante la administración del presidente Ulysses Grant, la serie siguió a los agentes del Servicio Secreto James West y Artemus Gordon mientras resolvían crímenes, protegían al presidente y frustraban los planes de los villanos megalómanos de apoderarse de todo o parte de los EE.UU. El programa también incluía una serie de elementos de fantasía, tales como los dispositivos tecnológicamente avanzados utilizados por los agentes y sus adversarios. La combinación del marco temporal de la era victoriana y el uso de la tecnología de estilo Verne-esque han inspirado a algunos a dar crédito al programa por los orígenes de la subcultura del punk de vapor.

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