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Washington 4, Indians 3 

"Washington 4, Indians 3" is an episode of Get Smart starring Don Adams, Barbara Feldon, and Anthony Caruso. American Indians insist that they get back all their land or they will attack with missiles.

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... Maxwell Smart
... #99
... Red Cloud
Adele Palacios ... White Cloud
... Air Force General
... Admiral
... Army General
Monroe Arnold ... Agent 43
Armand Alzamora ... Bride Groom
... Green Meadows
... Blue Skies
... Chief of Control
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American Indians insist that they get back all their land or they will attack with missiles.

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23 October 1965 (USA)  »

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The title refers to a major league baseball game played between the Cleveland Indians and the Washington Senators. Five years after this, the Senators would move to Texas and become the Texas Rangers. Washington would be without a team for thirty years until the Montreal Expos would relocate there and become the Washington Nationals. See more »

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When Max wants to stuff the rag into White Cloud's mouth, he gets her to open it with the "Open your mouth and close your eyes and I'll give you a big surprise" trick. But he gets it backwards and says, "Close your mouth and open your eyes...." See more »

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Maxwell Smart - Agent 86: [Speaking into his tomahawk telephone] Don't worry 99, 43 is a good man.
Agent 99: [Answering on regular walkie talkie] You're worth two 43's, 86.
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Let Her Rip, Red Cloud
3 February 2014 | by See all my reviews

This was an inspired episode with not a moment wasted. There is satire on rampant military zeal with generals considering round the clock bombing of their own country. Perhaps this reflected the overkill involved in the massive escalation in bombing of North Vietnam at that time. There is a satirical spin on the general lack of consciousness of Native American land rights struggle with the Chief and the generals jumping to the conclusion that it was India rather than the American Indians threatening to attack. Nothing articulated the Red Indians (Native American) grievances better than when Max attempts to talk Red Cloud out of launching a giant arrow against Washington. Max starts by recalling the days when the "noble redman" roamed the land and hunted the buffalo and then came the settlers and then the soldiers ... Forget the past. Think of the present with your nice tiny reservations ... Think about the future; that's what's important. When Max added up the history of the white's treatment of Red Cloud and his ancestors there was only one thing left to say. "Let her rip, Red Cloud." There were great sight gags and the breaking down of stereotypes with two braves bemused by what was obviously an electric surveillance snake and White Cloud as an extremely sexy and sexually aggressive hippie chick Indian fiancé for the "topawasi" (Max). She (Adele Palacios) and Wailing Wanda - one of the Groovy Guru's agents - get my vote as the sexiest women of the series. All this and more (eg.99's overt pining for Max)in just 20 minutes! And how could Max not have fallen for 99 in her black androgynous cowboy/cowgirl outfit?


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