Get Smart (1965–1970)
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Now You See Him, Now You Don't 

A doctor comes to Max's apartment and insists that he has an invisibility ray.

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A doctor comes to Max's apartment and insists that he has an invisibility ray.

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Max's "shoe phone" was a Florsheim size 9-D shoe for the left foot. See more »

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During the second scene in his apartment, Max puts his hands through a space where an invisible wall has been lowered. See more »

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Maxwell Smart - Agent 86: You mean to tell me that you came here without the invisible ray-gun and you expect me to believe that such a silly gun exists? Well gentlemen, I'm afraid your going to have to show me. You see, I'm from Minnesota.
KAOS Agent #1: You mean Missouri.
Maxwell Smart - Agent 86: Missouri... don't tell me where I'm from.
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Looking Through You
20 May 2008 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Dr. Karl Haskell (Gregory Morton) comes to Smart's apartment claiming he's escaped from KAOS and has invented an invisibility ray he wants to give to the government. But before he can do that, two invisible KAOS agents recapture him and use gas to knock Smart out. KAOS wants $10 million for the plans to the invisibility ray or they will sell it to a foreign government. This episode seems a little slow compared to the ones around it. However we are introduced to the secret defense devices in Max's apartment: the invisible wall (hmm, sounds like CONTROL already has made progress in the invisibility field!), a light near Max's bar that conks people on the head; a desk drawer that will shoot open and punch bad guys in the stomach; a net that drops from the ceiling; and a high powered suction device in the fireplace. A lot of the jokes come off as forced, especially once you find out what's really going on with the invisibility ray. The only really great scene is the end where Max's secret defense devices for the most part backfire on him. It's always great to see a youthful Adams full of vigor and anxious to please in these early episodes. Villain Ehrlich (Joseph Ruskin) provides a good villainous presence, but is given little to do.


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