Max and 99 go to a South American country dressed as flamenco dancers to save the President of the country.

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#99
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Chief (credit only)
Monte Landis ...
General Pajarito (as Monty Landis)
Jana Taylor ...
Isabella
Jack Ragotzy ...
Miguel
Edward Colmans ...
Don Carlos
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Lopez the Spy
Ralph Smiley ...
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Cart Driver
Joe Corey ...
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Max and 99 go to a South American country dressed as flamenco dancers to save the President of the country.

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Edward Platt did not appear in this episode due to back problems. See more »

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When Max is using his laser to cut through the wall of the dungeon, you can see that he has trouble synchronizing the movement of the laser with where the flame is moving up the wall. At first it starts up ahead of his hand, then he gets ahead of it and then falls behind again. See more »

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# 99: I hope these disguises work, Max.
Maxwell Smart: Don't worry, 99, my own mother wouldn't recognize me. Of course I'm not expecting my mother today.
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Spoofs Viva Zapata! (1952) See more »

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South of the Border
13 November 2007 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Disappointing third season opener has Max and 99 on assignment to South America where Geneal Parahito has seized control of the government and imprisoned the rightful President. They spent some money on this episode with a lot of extras and a lot of outdoor scenes, but the comedy is strangely flat and forced. One of the few highlights is when Max and 99 have to pass as a dance team of Conchita and Conchata. 99 looks terrific in her form fitting flamenco outfit and the bit works, but other than that, this episode is a big falloff from season two and hardly seems a good choice to start a season. Joey Bishop has a brief cameo and Max uses a classic maneuver to escape certain death by firing squad, but there's something missing in this episode: laughs.


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