Wild Wild West script
Synopsis: Charming gunslinger James West and Artemus Gordon, an inventor and master of disguise, are the country's first Secret Service agents, traveling the Old West at the behest of President Ulysses S. Grant, fighting villains, encountering beautiful women and dealing with fiendish plots to take over the world.

Before they can get their bearings, Jim leaps up on the

load of barrels, two six-guns ready.

The men get up, slowly realizing it's just one guy.


What the hell is this?


This? This is where you surrender.

Tense standoff. Suddenly two of the men draw! Jim FIRES

dropping the first before he can even get off a shot.

Jim dives to one side to avoid the second man's shot,

FIRING as he goes. It's fast, furious.

Jim drills the second man, who spins in agony, colliding

with Larson and Slim. A third man draws and fires.

Bullets ripping into the wagon around him, Jim coolly

nails the fool -- leg, chest, head. The guy drops.

The remaining men throw up their hands.


We're done! We're done!

Jim rises slowly, pistols poised, his eyes darting. The

bad guys don't move. They know this guy can go off at

any time. But now there's a weird sound. CREAKING and

CRACKING from below. Just as Jim glances down --

The floor collapses beneath the weight of the safe and

the wagons! With a ROAR, it all plummets into the



Jim lies dazed in the wagon, its wheels pancaked under

it. The massive safe has just missed crushing him. A

few barrels have broken open under him. In the darkness

whatever has spilled out feels like sand. Jim gets to

his knees, realizing -- he's lost his guns in the stuff.

Then he notices the labels on the barrels -- "TITAN

BLASTING POWDER." He's knee-deep in explosives. As he

frantically digs in the powder, he hears from above:


Get him! Shoot the bastard!

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S. S. Wilson

Steven Seth Wilson is an American screenwriter of cult and mainstream science fiction, and is probably best known for writing, with writing partner Brent Maddock, the Tremors film and television series. more…

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