Get Smart (1965–1970)
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Maxwell Smart must stop Mr. Big from blowing up the Statue of Liberty with his new inthermo ray. Max's team includes Agent K13 (Fang) and his new partner the beautiful Agent 99.

Director:

Howard Morris

Writers:

Mel Brooks (created by), Buck Henry (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Don Adams ... Maxwell Smart
Barbara Feldon ... #99
Michael Dunn ... Mr. Big
Vito Scotti ... Dante
Janine Gray ... Zelinka
Kelton Garwood Kelton Garwood ... Garth
Karen Norris Karen Norris ... Mother
Edward Platt ... Chief of Control
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Maxwell Smart must stop Mr. Big from blowing up the Statue of Liberty with his new inthermo ray. Max's team includes Agent K13 (Fang) and his new partner the beautiful Agent 99.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 September 1965 (USA) See more »

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Mono

Aspect Ratio:

4:3
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Trivia

Pilot episode "Mr. Big" was the only black-and-white episode. See more »

Goofs

The top two feet or so of the boom mic is visible in sun glare on drivers side windshield of the 1965 Lincoln limo during dialog. When Max moves away, the boom can be seen going over the roof of the car to follow him. See more »

Quotes

Chief: Max, we're trained not to have any personal feelings. But I think you know that if I had any children, I'd like them to be like you and Fang.
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Referenced in Get Smart (2008) See more »

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Entered in Character
3 November 2013 | by cjmitch23See all my reviews

Mr. Big was an excellent starter episode to an iconic series. The story was well developed and nicely paced. The major characters to whom we are introduced, Max, 99 and the Chief enter the episode fully in character as if we had just been privy to a what a day would be in their, to them, perfectly normal lives.

Max, Agent 86, is a well meaning, if only slightly inept and barely secret, Agent for Control, He bounces back and forth between brilliance and pratfalls and introduces us to some of what will become classic lines, "that's the second time I fell for that....", "would you believe...".

99, stunningly beautiful and mostly under-appreciated for her contributions to the success of the mission.

Chief, the long suffering leader of Control, an international Agency based in the US and reporting to the President.

Further, we are treated to an array of barely functional gadgets that will reappear over the life of the show. The Cone of Silence, the Shoe Phone.

There are far too many gags to list and I wouldn't want to anyways because they truly need to be seen to be appreciated. The comedy that came out of Get Smart would set the stage for many comedy shows and movies to come. Mel Brooks and Buck Henry had brought farce and satire to television comedy that had previously been mostly formulaic.


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