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The Mysterious Dr. T 

After the death of the head CONTROL scientist, Max finds that he wasn't the brains behind his discoveries.



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Episode complete credited cast:
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Peter Robbins ...
Dr. Tattledove
Craddock C. Monroe ...
Prof. Longnecker (as Craddock Munro)
Mr. Smith


After the death of the head CONTROL scientist, Max finds that he wasn't the brains behind his discoveries.

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30 December 1967 (USA)  »

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The noise that the "little black box" makes is the same sound effect used for phasers on Star Trek (1966). See more »


Siegfried: Nobody leaves! Not until we have made contact with your friend Dr. T.
Maxwell Smart: Dr. T? What are you talking about, Siegfried? I never heard of a Dr. T.
# 99: Neither have I. What does he specialize in?
Siegfried: Fortune cookie messages and the Omega Deltroid Solatron Mark II.
Maxwell Smart: How do you like that? Two wild lucky guesses.
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References Captain Kangaroo (1955) See more »

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You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
2 April 2008 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Ever wonder what Charlie Brown looked like? Peter Robbins who voiced the part of the lovable blockhead from 1965-69 ("Charlie Brown Christmas" through "A Boy Named Charlie Brown") plays Dr. T a genius scientist who was the brains behind the ideas of the late Professor Longnecker (Craddock Monroe). Both KAOS and CONTROL are anxious to get Dr. T on their team. So Siegfried is assigned to follow Max, hoping he will lead him to Dr. T, who's identity is unknown. In a great moment, Max and Siegfried try to convince Dr. T which side he should join, only to have Dr. T chose CONTROL because 99 "is a knockout".

A good premise and another terrific script by Raynor and Wilder. Bernie Kopell shows once again how to create a character that is evil and a formidable foe, yet hilarious at the same time. His performance also seems to make Adams raise his game, for he's in top form, both with the comedy and with the fight at the end.

And its nice to see Charlie Brown finally come out on the winning end.

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