Get Smart (1965–1970)
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The Mysterious Dr. T 

After the death of the head CONTROL scientist, Max finds that he wasn't the brains behind his discoveries.

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After the death of the head CONTROL scientist, Max finds that he wasn't the brains behind his discoveries.

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30 December 1967 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Peter Robbins, who plays Tyler Tattledove in this episode, was the original child actor selected to perform the voice of Charlie Brown in A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) and several of its successors, including the full-length A Boy Named Charlie Brown (1969). His voice became the standard that producers of later Peanuts animation used when casting child actors for the part, so that there would be as little noticeable change as possible in Charlie Brown's voice. See more »

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Mr. Smith: Eh, pardon me, I have it on reliable authority that professor Longnecker was murdered earlier this morning.
Maxwell Smart: Yes, that's true. You must be an old friend come to offer condoleances.
Mr. Smith: No, I'm the landlord, come to show the apartment.
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References Captain Kangaroo (1955) See more »

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