Mild-mannered accountant Harry Phyfe is recruited by a US counterintelligence agency to impersonate a dead foreign agent who was his opposite in all respects except appearance.
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 Henry Wadsworth Phyfe 17 episodes, 1966
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Mild-mannered accountant Harry Phyfe is recruited by a US counterintelligence agency to impersonate a dead foreign agent who was his opposite in all respects except appearance.

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What happens when a meek accountant has to switch from double entry to double agent! It's the zaniest mix-up of the year. Co-starring Fred Clark.

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13 January 1966 (USA)  »

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Espía a la fuerza  »

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The main section of Vic Mizzy's theme tune (the part with lyrics, not the instrumental bridge) was recycled from an instrumental piece he already used in several episodes of Green Acres (1965)'s first season. See more »

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Get Smart Meets Man From Flintstone Meets Mr. Terrific
28 March 2001 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I like this show, because it is one of those satires of the spy-crazed 1960's. Red was funny as a bumbler trying to be brave. It really is a mystery why so many parody shows --Mr. Terrific, Captain Nice, The Partners, etc., failed to make the grade. Even Jethro Bodine was a double knot spy, and Gilligan's Island had a hilarious spoof. Anyway, if this show ever returns, be sure to check it out. Red is very energetic in the part.


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