While protecting a diplomat's daughter, Smart tangles with the KAOS agent The Claw.

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While protecting a diplomat's daughter, Smart tangles with the KAOS agent The Claw.

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The Claw: Not The Craw! The Craw!
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Craw! Not Craw!
4 September 2007 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Terrific episode has Maxwell Smart and agent 99 protecting a visiting princess (Inger Stratton) from a ring of Asian kidnappers. The kidnappers have been grabbing blonde women from a hotel and CONTROL fears the princess is next. It turns out the man behind the scheme is the infamous Claw (Leonard Strong) whose left hand is a powerful claw magnet. It turns out he has been after the princess all along (he explains: "all blonde women look alike to us"). There's some great stuff between 99 and 86 as the Princess, having known Smart as a teenager, throws herself at him. Max also has a terrific idea to foil the Claw at the end of the episode, showing that every once in awhile, Smart is a pretty good at what he does.

The Craw and Bobo would return the next season to try and get revenge on Smart and finally straighten out the fact his name is Claw, not Craw!


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