Get Smart (1965–1970)
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KAOS uses Hymie as a robotic assassin against the Chief.

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... Maxwell Smart
... #99
... Chief
... Hymie
Laurel Goodwin ... Phoebe
King Moody ... Kirsch
Larry Gallery ... Phelps
Victor Fiore ... Spanish Waiter
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KAOS uses Hymie as a robotic assassin against the Chief.

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17 September 1966 (USA)  »

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Trivia

King Moody would later play a recurring character, KAOS henchman Starker. See more »

Goofs

During the opening scene after Hymie nearly kills the Chief, Max is alternately standing parallel to the Chief and 99 alongside the bookshelf in the medium shots and turned toward/facing them when he is shown in close-ups. See more »

Quotes

Maxwell Smart: Will you stop cleaning, following me around and picking up, you're beginning to get on my nerves.
Hymie: I'm programmed for neatness.
Maxwell Smart: Well I'm programmed for sloppiness and that's the way I like it.
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Connections

Spoofs Anatomy of a Murder (1959) See more »

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Funny how life and art offer unseen symmetries
18 June 2017 | by See all my reviews

I was a Get Smart fan back in the day. One of the first color shows I watched on a regular basis. I was also a fan of NBC's The Virginian but was disappointed when Gary Clarke (Steve Hill) was written out of that show shortly after Season 2.

Thanks to IMDb and the ability to cross examine credits, I have been delighted to find out that Gary Clarke went on to pursue another love, writing, and that it was his pen that produced the scripts that introduced Hymie the Robot, easily one of the high-water marks of the Get Smart series.

Hurrah to you Gary if you are out there reading somewhere. Your work has given me great pleasure.


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