Get Smart

Get Smart

Season 1

DVD - 2006
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Bumbling spy Maxwell Smart, Agent 86 for CONTROL, battles the forces of nemesis agency KAOS with a great deal of help from his partner Agent 99.
Publisher: [United States] : HBO Video, c2006
Characteristics: 5 videodiscs (14 hrs., 30 min.) sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Alternative Title: Get Smart : season one

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ladyprincess
Jun 17, 2013

''would you believe"

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Fuzzy_Wuzzy
Sep 28, 2012

"Missed it by that much."

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Fuzzy_Wuzzy
Sep 28, 2012

"Sorry about that, Chief."

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EowynThandawen
Sep 21, 2012

Maxwell Smart; I demand The Cone of Silence!

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EowynThandawen
Sep 21, 2012

99; You're worth two 43's, 86.

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ladyprincess
Jun 17, 2013

me and my family watch this EVERY night and i love it!

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Fuzzy_Wuzzy
Sep 28, 2012

What would TV's outrageously zany spy-spoof, Get Smart, be without actor Don Adams, as Agent #86, Maxwell Smart, the bungling boob-of-an-agent with his signature shoe-phone?.... Filled with crazy, backfiring gadgets (the "Cone of Silence" props were priceless), hilarious sight gags and brilliant, off-the-wall one-liners (delivered completely straight-faced by Maxwell Smart), Get Smart has got to be one of the smartest, and funniest, TV Sit-Coms from the 1960s..... Don Adams (a unique comedian), with his Maxwell Smart character (a great parody of James Bond), was a classic. While watching these episodes I can't tell you how many times his deadpan character absolutely killed me and had me roaring to the rafters with genuine laughter..... Set in the American capital city of Washington DC and filmed in color, Get Smart was created by Mel Brooks and Buck Henry.

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rgb1
Jun 21, 2012

Best episode of season 1 is "Washington vs Redskins"

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jbetzzall
Jan 20, 2012

Mel Brooks comedy was fresh and exciting in its day (early-mid 1960s) but the jokes now seem stale and the sexism/racism is painful to watch. It was fun to see the first time he said "Would you believe...?", a catch phrase at that time, but now it's fallen out of use.
We could watch only three episodes before boredom struck.

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HannahFaustina
Apr 23, 2013

HannahFaustina thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over

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