Inside O.U.T. (1971)

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Agents from The Office of Unusual Tactics (aka O.U.T.), a secret government agency, clean up snafus created by other government organizations

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Ron Hart
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Pat Boulion
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Edgar Winston
Mike Henry ...
Chuck Dandy
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Director of Finance
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Bendix
Herb Vigran ...
Harry
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Patrolman (as James B. Sikking)
Paul Smith ...
Chicken man
Jim Begg ...
Student
Cliff Emmich ...
Coffee vendor
Larry Fleischman ...
Majestic man
Barney Phillips ...
First Man
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Agents from The Office of Unusual Tactics (aka O.U.T.), a secret government agency, clean up snafus created by other government organizations

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22 March 1971 (USA)  »

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A very funny show
19 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I happened to see this when it first aired in 1971, and found it so hilarious, that I still remember it after all these years. Does anyone remember the line, "Get your free mental health!"? The group had a van they were using as a "front," purportedly dispensing free mental health in a portable kind of way, while they were really doing their undercover work. Also, I recall Bill Daily's "disguise," and how his cohorts all gasped in amazement when he spun in his chair to show them his remarkable make-up job! It seems to me there was also a "big guy" who was a Peter Lupus-look alike (from the Mission Impossible TV series). I'd love to find a copy of this so I can view it again and see if it's as funny as I remember! Anybody know where I can get a copy?


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