Get Smart: Season 5, Episode 11

Age Before Duty (5 Dec. 1969)

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Everyone in CONTROL is aging rapidly and Max and 99 must find out why before they die of old age.

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Lucheck
John Dennis ...
Kinsky
Ralph Moody ...
Maurice Hill ...
Medical Examiner
Robert Karvelas ...
Leonard Bremen ...
Bartender (as Lennie Bremen)
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Everyone in CONTROL is aging rapidly and Max and 99 must find out why before they die of old age.

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The paint applied to pictures of CONTROL agents to prematurely age them is called "Dorian Grey". The name is taken from Oscar Wilde's short story The Picture of Dorian Grey about a man who remains young while his portrait ages. See more »

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After 99 has aged, when she points at Carruthers' photo, her hand still looks "young." See more »

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Maxwell Smart: [password] I lost my dinghy.
Tough Sailor: I think you're a little dinghy.
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Spoofs The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945) See more »

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Old Jokes, New Laughs
1 February 2008 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Apparently somebody saw the "Star Trek" episode "The Deadly Years" and said, "Why don't we do something like that?". So they did.

CONTROL agents are getting old overnight because Felix (John Fiedler) in the photo department has invented a paint called "Dorian Gray". When it is painted on someone's picture, that person turns old and soon dies. After he kills off a number of CONTROL agents (several retire to Sun City) he turns his attention to Max, 99 and the Chief. They all do a terrific job playing elderly versions of themselves and the makeup is terrific (in fact, the old Maxwell Smart doesn't look that far off from Don Adams in the 1990's!). They get a clue when they realize Larabee is the only agent still young and the only one who hasn't had his new CONTROL id picture taken.

Funny writing and good performances all around. Guest John Fiedler (familiar to fans of "The Bob Newhart Show" as Mr. Peterson) shows once again (as he did on "Star Trek" as Rajak) his range, which includes great villainy under his meek exterior.


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