Max enters the world of art looking for an art thief know as Bronzefinger.

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Max enters the world of art looking for an art thief know as Bronzefinger.

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The title is from the James Bond villain/movie Goldfinger (1964). See more »

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The building shown as the establishing shot of the art museum is actually the U.S. Supreme Court Building. See more »

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Agent 99: It's just that sometimes I wish you were just an ordinary businessman.
Maxwell Smart: Well, 99, we are what we are. I'm a secret agent, trained to be cold, vicious, and savage. Not enough to be a businessman.
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Spoofs Goldfinger (1964) See more »

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Bronzethumb
21 March 2008 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

A spoof of "Goldfinger" in name only, "Bronzefinger" has Max and 99 infiltrate an art gallery to try and discover who is the KAOS agent. Despite his lack of artistic skills, Max joins the staff as a touch up artist while 99 is a art gallery guide. They are ably assisted by Agent 13 who has a hilarious turn as "the man wearing helmet" painting. His scenes are probably the funniest in this episode. It turns out all the suspects were KAOS agents ready to sell out to CONTROL, but they are all killed by Bronzefinger, or Bronzethumb as Max calls him ("A thumb is a finger!" Bronzefinger protests). He has a particularly melodramatic fate planned for 99 & Max--having them killed by pouring a vat of bronze on them. There's some good moments in this, but also some lows, as when Max tries painting the Chief's portrait, making it all a bit uneven.


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