Wisconsin locksmith Cornelius Wieselfarber wants to be a World War I flying ace; and 50-year-old Pennsylvania librarian Helen Philips wants to be half her age for a weekend.

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Cornelius Wieselfarber
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Wisconsin locksmith Cornelius Wieselfarber wants to be a World War I flying ace; and 50-year-old Pennsylvania librarian Helen Philips wants to be half her age for a weekend.

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27 October 1979 (USA)  »

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During Don Adams tenure on "Get Smart", there was a Snoopy vs. the Red Baron themed show just as he goes up against the Red Baron on Fantasy Island. See more »

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got better with age
23 May 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

To explain my summary line, I meant as the segment got rolling along, did it get better, especially after a rather slow start. For starters, it seemed to me that Don Adams was playing Don Adams, bumbling along and doing what he always does, but as his story moved along, he had some serious moments as a locksmith fantasizing about becoming an ace flying pilot during the war. I liked the scenes shot at night and his meeting with the infamous Red Baron, played by Ron Ely; a few other familiar faces are Al Ruscio and Martine Beswick. The expected confrontation with the Red Baron added a different twist than what I expected. The other story stars Diana Canova(again?)as a 50 year old librarian who wants to be young again(yawn). The only thing that really stood out for me was an uncomfortable scene where Dave Madden's character, who was in love with her back home, grabs her arm very hard and hurts her, as she says, "you're hurting me!", before leaving her alone; I'm not sure they can get away with that today. Since this was released right before Halloween 1979, Tattoo was dressed as both Dracula and Frankenstein, and it was kind of funny, I guess.


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