Get Smart (1965–1970)
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That Old Gang of Mine 

Max is going to London to do some undercover work.

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#99
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Iggie Wolfington ...
Dutchman
Diahn Williams ...
Van Cleef
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Turk
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Le Mans (as Raoul Franck)
Larry Duran ...
El Gatto
Eric Brotherson ...
Hathaway
Karen Arthur ...
Barmaid
Roy Dean ...
Bobby
Larry Grant ...
Scar
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Max is going to London to do some undercover work.

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The title comes from a popular barbershop song "Wedding Bells Are Breaking Up (That Old Gang Of Mine)". See more »

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The Dutchman keeps referring to Max as 'Herr Scar'. 'Herr' is German, not Dutch. It would be more appropriate for him to say 'Meneer Scar'. this suggests the names of the Scorpion gang don't indicate actual heritage.. the Pennsylvania German Amish are referred to as Pennsylvania Dutch, and speak German. there is likely inaccuracy of El Gato also.. See more »

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Dutchman: You are a cool one, Herr Scar.
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Topkapi!
20 November 2007 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

A parody of crime caper films, Max and 99 go to London where they run across Don Adams' old employer Danny Thomas in a thick fog. They are there to locate the American demolitions expert the Scar. Max kills the scar and takes his place in an elaborate caper to steal the crown jewels. The team is composed of an international ring of specialists. Max has to go along with the plans until he can find out who the mastermind of the operation is. In addition to the funny opening sequence, we get to see British CONTROL's version of the Cone of Silence, the "Umbrella of Silence" and there's a synchronize watches gag that was pretty much lifted whole and put in "Animal House".


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