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The Man from YENTA 

An Arabian prince is protected by Max and an Israeli agent.

Director:

Bruce Bilson

Writers:

Mel Brooks (created by), Buck Henry (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Don Adams ... Maxwell Smart
Barbara Feldon ... #99
Edward Platt ... Chief
Alan Oppenheimer ... Agent 498
Walker Edmiston ... Prince
Paul Comi ... Le Moco
Robert Karvelas Robert Karvelas ... Larrabee (as Bob Karvelas)
David Ketchum David Ketchum ... Agent 13
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Storyline

An Arabian prince is protected by Max and an Israeli agent.

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Certificate:

TV-G | See all certifications »

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 January 1967 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

4:3
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Trivia

The Man from YENTA is agent 498. 498 is a jab of the mercantile habit of charging $-.98 instead of a round number. See more »

Goofs

Max repeatedly addresses Prince Abu bin Bubi as simply "Bubi". Royalty are always addressed directly by their appropriate style, e.g. "Your Highness", or as Sir/Ma'am, with the form "Prince X" reserved for use in the third person. To address them by their personal name alone (and to get it wrong at that) would be a serious breach of protocol and completely unacceptable for a government agent. See more »

Quotes

Maxwell Smart: Oh Chief, what time does 498's plane arrive?
Chief: [Chief looks at his watch] In exactly 15 minutes.
Maxwell Smart: 15 minutes?
[Max looks at his watch]
Maxwell Smart: Why did YENTA wait so long to call?
Chief: They work on a limited budget, Max, they have to wait until after 6 o'clock for the long distance rates to change.
Maxwell Smart: Lucky they didn't drop us a postcard.
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Connections

Spoofs To Tell the Truth (1956) See more »

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