Get Smart (1965–1970)
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Shipment to Beirut 

Max must retrieve some secret plans that are sewn into a dress according to a model.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Allen Emerson ...
Judy Lang ...
Mildred Spencer
Alice Reinheart ...
Regina Groves ...
Model #1
Greta Lor-Worth ...
Model #2
Tim Herbert ...


Max must retrieve some secret plans that are sewn into a dress according to a model.

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23 April 1966 (USA)  »

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Chief: Now remember, now that we know that KAOS is in possession of the stolen plans, what we have to find out is how they intend to smuggle them out of the country and when.
Maxwell Smart: Yes. Well, what you're saying, Chief is that now that we know how, all we have to do is find out who, when and where.
Chief: No, forget about where. When we find out how, we'll know where.
Maxwell Smart: Well, how will how tell us where?
Chief: If it's going by boat, it's probably going to Richelieu's salon in Beirut, which is a safe port. If it's going by ...
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Fashion by KAOS
6 June 2008 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

It just goes to show when an actor is well cast, such as Lee Bergere as KAOS fashion designer Richilieu, he's good. When he's cast as Abe Lincoln in "Star Trek" he's bad.

KAOS is trying to sneak the plans for a supersonic bomber to Beirut. Max gets a tip from model Miss Spencer (Judy Lang) that KAOS is using Richilieu Fashions as a front to smuggle the information out of the country. But when Max calls in an M-4 Raid, mobilizing all of CONTROL, they can't find the information or the model, only a plastic mannequin that looks amazingly like Miss Spencer (in fact it is Miss Spencer, having been killed and coated with a hard plastic spray, giving this episode a nice grizzly edge to it).

99 goes undercover as a fashion model, and she and Max get to do a nice "If we find out when and where, we'll know who and why..." exchange, courtesy of former Abbott and Costello writer Arne Sultan. Adams also gets a funny scene as he used the badly thought out secret communicator, the "cologne phone".

In the end, Max not only stops the micro thread from going to Beirut, but he also saves 99 from being turned into a permanent mannequin...though he can't do anything for poor Judy Lang, who gets turned into a mannequin in this only to go on to be turned into a vampire in "Count Yorga, Vampire"!

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