Get Smart: Season 2, Episode 30

A Man Called Smart: Part 3 (22 Apr. 1967)

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KAOS threatens the USA to dry up its entire water supply. CONTROL is temporarily taken over by its original chief Admiral Hardgrade.



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Episode cast overview:
Bediyoskin / Dr. Smith
John Myhers ...
Otto Hurrah
Tom Orlando
Martha Salcido ...
David Ketchum ...


KAOS threatens the USA to dry up its entire water supply. CONTROL is temporarily taken over by its original chief Admiral Hardgrade.

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This three-part episode was originally written as a script for a feature-length "Get Smart" movie for theatrical release, but Paramount decided against that in the wake of only fair box office returns for Munster, Go Home! (1966), Batman: The Movie (1966), and McHale's Navy Joins the Air Force (1965). See more »


During the final stretch of the fencing duel, Smart changes sword hand during his close-up. See more »


Maxwell Smart: [during fencing duel] But KAOS is vicious, evil and rotten.
Otto Hurrah: So is my agent!
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Get Smart: The Movie Part Three
8 November 2007 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

In part three of what apparently was originally the script for the "Get Smart" movie, there's a great scene where the Chief is in the hospital and given the assignment to get peace and quiet. Of course KAOS tries to kill him which leads to a fight and a running gun battle in the Chief's hospital room. The first half of this show is easily as funny as the first two parts of the three parter. However, Leonard Stern's script lets us down a bit in the second half of the show as they search for the mysterious "TBO". The scene which finds Agent 13 (Dave Ketchem) in a washer is pretty funny, but then things kind of get flat as the trail leads to a movie studio in Hollywood (shades of "the Nude Bomb"!) where Max fights the KAOS ringleader on various sound stages parodying western fight scenes and sword fighting pictures (allowing Adams to briefly unleash the Ronald Coleman impression he would do the next season in "The King Lives"). Trouble is its just not as funny or clever (other than the endless sword Max pulls off the wall) as the rest of this three parter. The stunt man for Adams is also quite apparent. However despite the ending, this ended the series second season with a very strong run.

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