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
Lewis Charles ...
Lopez the Spy
Ralph Smiley ...
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Ralph Manza ...
Cart Driver
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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 the Presidente's daughter escapes from prison, she is wearing pale blue stockings. A minute later, after she and Max run away and they stop for breath, she is no longer wearing any stockings. 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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Classic Get Smart episode
17 December 2013 | by (Cape Cod, MA) – See all my reviews

Me TV has been re-airing the Get Smart shows in 2013. This episode was hilarious. But the main reason to watch it is Agent 99 does a dance that should have automatically given her an Emmy. She is wearing a Spanish dancing outfit that had to be the inspiration for yoga pants. Very well done by Barbara Feldon. It is amazing to see the amount of gun play in these episodes that would now be politically incorrect. I read that the Chief was not in this stretch of episodes due to a back problem that kept him out of work. There is a cameo by a guy who I thought was comedian Jack Carter but was actually Joey Bishop. When these episodes originally aired I was about 7 years old. To watch them again about 45 years later brings back great memories. Make sure you DVR them and enjoy all over again.


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