Stuck at home due to an injury Max spies on a neighboring building and sees secret documents disappearing. The Chief sends in 99 with Max watching.

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Stuck at home due to an injury Max spies on a neighboring building and sees secret documents disappearing. The Chief sends in 99 with Max watching.

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15 March 1969 (USA)  »

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The title is a parody of the Alfred Hitchcock film Rear Window (1954). See more »

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Maxwell Smart: 99, I've been watching that window all day through my binoculars and I'm telling you that there was a little short guy in there with Greer and Miss Parker.
Agent 99: Well maybe you were looking in the wrong window?
Maxwell Smart: With Miss Parker in there, are you kidding?
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Good Parody
24 January 2008 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

When Max is shot in the bottom, he's confined to his apartment while he recovers. Fortunately his apartment is right across from Greer Industries, where secret government formulas are being stolen without a hint of how. So 99 is assigned to go undercover as Greer's receptionist while Max keeps an eye on her (and Greer's sexy personal secretary!) through binoculars.

Greer discovers 99 is a CONTROL agent and plans to kill both her and 86 and have them watch each other die through the window.

This parody of Hitchcock's "Rear Window" works great. Adams does some inspired physical comedy while Barney Phillips provides a good deal of menace as Greer. The opening sequence is also very funny as Larabee and the Chief try and capture a KAOS agent who's holed up in a house they have completely surrounded.


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