Get Smart: Season 5, Episode 16

House of Max: Part 2 (16 Jan. 1970)

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Max and 99 are in London to investigate the reappearance of Jack the Ripper. The owner of Duval's Cave of Wax has developed a formula to bring his wax characters to life.

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Kurt Kreuger ...
Auerbach
George Sawaya ...
Werewolf / Jack The Ripper
Jim MacGeorge ...
Bill Oberlin ...
E.J. Schuster ...
Hedley Mattingly ...
Chief Inspector Sparrow
Marcel Hillaire ...
Duval
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Max and 99 are in London to investigate the reappearance of Jack the Ripper. The owner of Duval's Cave of Wax has developed a formula to bring his wax characters to life.

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The title is from the movie House of Wax (1953). See more »

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Obvious stunt double for Max dangling over the wax. See more »

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W.C. Fields: I don't know of you're aware, my boy, but you're being pursued. The entrepreneur of this establishment, a French fried potato enthusiast desires your immediate demise.
Maxwell Smart: Huh?
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In House of Max part 1, Jim MacGeorge, Bill Oberlin & E.J. Schuster were credited for playing the wax statues without ever moving. In the conclusion, where they actually got to do their impressions of Laurel & Hardy and W.C. Fields, they are not identified during the end credits. Instead they are listed under 'and the extraordinary talents of'. See more »

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Spoofs House of Wax (1953) See more »

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Melted Wax
8 February 2008 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

"Get Smart" wastes a good villain in Duval (Marcel Hillaire) in part two by turning him into an idiot. After using horrible killers like Jack the Ripper and the Wolfman (George Sawaya), when he gets Max trapped in his museum, who does he turn to in order to catch the secret agent? Laurel (Jim MacGeorge) and Hardy (EJ Schuster) and W.C. Fields. Also, the wax Hitler that Max replaces MAY be his stuntman or stand-in, but full face, he doesn't look much like either 86 or Hitler.

99 gets a chance to try out her feminine wiles on Duval as she picks him up at a restaurant, but the scene feels flat and forced. Don;t know if they were trying to test out the idea of sending Max and 99 to other countries with this two-parter, but it didn't work.


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