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Stephanie J.from DRAPER, UT
Reviewed on 12/29/2017...

If you want something innocent and fun to watch with the kids, this is it. It's "the man who knew too little" with a strong female lead. The ill-conceived spy gadgets, the shoe phone, the unconvincing robot Jaime, the predictably-delivered catch phrases--everything about this show corroborates the satire. A gem from the 60's any family would enjoy.

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The Old Funniest Show EVER on TV Trick!

P. Pattison | United States | 05/10/2005

(5 out of 5 stars)


"Why has Get Smart not yet been released on DVD? It simply boggles my mind because this is about the funniest show I have ever watched. I grew up with Get Smart and its good natured spy humor.

If you are like me, you think of Siegfried and not Doc Bricker when you think of Bernie Kopel. the only character that comes to mind when you think of Dick Gautier is Hymie the Robot. the great Edward Platt will always be The Chief and Barbara Feldon's character 99 will always be the ever faithful comic foil and love interest to Maxwell Smart, Secret Agent 86 of CONTROL.

All of Get Smart's legion of fans want to see the return of Leadside, and the Tequila Mockingbird, and the Craw NOT the Craw!, and Agent 13, and Stocker, and Harry Hoo The Famous Hawaiian Detective, and the Groovy Guru, and Destructo, and Mary Jack Armstrong the Strongest Woman Alive, and the lovable King of Coronia, and TBO The Big One, and well the list can and does go and on!

Please, please give us EVERY season of Get Smart on DVD! I am begging you PLEASE! PLEASE!! PLEASE!!!

EDIT 12/5/06

well i just received my complete series from Time Life and it is wonderful! Barbara Feldon narrates an intro before each episode and the quality is astounding! they did a wonderful job with this boxed set! i heartily recommend anyone who loves Get Smart to buy it! and Time Life oftens issues coupon codes so sign up on their site and purchase with the coupon code like i did to save thirty bucks! ENJOY!"

When TV Comedies Were Actually Funny

John P. Morgan | Beautiful San Dimas, CA | 11/14/2006

(5 out of 5 stars)


"Not too long ago I wrote a review of the book, The Get Smart Handbook written by Joey Green. In the review, I basically made a plea to the universe to bring this show out on DVD. Well, would you believe on November 15, 2006, I will get my wish?

Time-Life is offering The Complete Get Smart Collection. A 25 disc collection featuring every episode digitally remastered. I guess it is selling for approximately $200. It could be $2,000 and I would still buy this classic show.

I have friends' that tell me I am stuck in a time warp because I watch very little television that is actually new. For some reason or another the writing of the older shows far surpass the writing of today's television shows. I watched a rerun of Friends' the other night and I was literally dizzy after watching that show. There were like four stories going on in one show? Have we become that much of an ADD society where we can't just have one show with one plot for thirty minutes? It seems as though everything today is so "extreme" and so in your face. I actually get offended at some of the things I have watched and I'm not easily offended.

But this show, Get Smart, conceived by certified "Wack Jobs" Mel Brooks and Buck Henry is in a class all by itself. This show is brilliant in every way. The writing, the acting, the production value. It did get a little cheesy when Maxwell Smart and agent 99 got married, but even those episodes were funnier than the stuff that's out there now.

The only thing that I really feel saddened about is that this release is coming after Don Adam's death. For a very long time, Don Adams was my hero. While other kids on the playground pretended to be the Six Million Dollar Man or Batman, I was Secret Agent 86. I used to purposely forget my homework so I could do the "Would you believe?" shtick with my teacher.

Mmmmm..it was always funnier on the show than in real life.

Well, I know one of my Christmas presents this year because I am going to buy this collection for myself.

Peace & Blessings, everyone, and may television return to the dally of the belly laugh..."

For budget minded...INCLUDES bonus features not noted...enj

Richardson | Sunny California USA | 08/05/2008

(5 out of 5 stars)


"As others have written, this is an abbreviated version of the season 1 and full series being offered by TimeLife.com but some have not properly noted the EXTRAS on this set. I have both the full set and just picked up this handy season 1 version which surprisingly enough doesn't mention all the BONUS FEATURES on its packaging. This version DOES have the pilot episode in Black and White with both Buck Henry AND Mel Brooks commentaries! Its a great episode and features Michael Dunn (the diminutive star from the Wild Wild West!)...this set also features the wonderful episode introductions by Barbara Feldon...so it appears to be exactly the same as the more expensive versions from TimeLife. The ONLY difference is the bonus DVD..which each season on the timelife version has...and they are chock full of amazing goodies...from new featurettes, to bloopers, and rare tv appearances from other shows to Emmy Award telecasts..and for me are a MUST.
Super fans ( I loved this show as a child) will want the TimeLife full set..and its stunning packaging...casual fans will be thrilled with this more inexpensive version and may even become super fans...

I'm only reviewing the DVD and not the series...that's been done very well by others...it was and is a classic and the failure of the big screen version recently only reinforces that fact!!! I will also add that the episodes look stunningly sharp and colorful...very well presented.

Don Adams was a comic genius and Barbara Feldon played her part with equal parts deadpan humor and adoration...brilliant stuff from a childhood to be cherished..I'm not sure if you didn't experience it the first time how it will hit you but I forgot how much I loved this show until watching these again...and the classic lines we all said in school...'missed it by that much' ..." and loving it" .."I told you not to tell me that"....wow...how fun to revisit childhood.
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Missed It By That Much

Kyle Vanover | Ashland, KY United States | 06/14/2008

(4 out of 5 stars)


"Get Smart was one of the funniest spy spoofs ever produced. There's no doubt about that. This set includes every episode of the first season, and they're all beautifully presented. But no spy is complete without his extra gadgets, and that's what's missing from this set.

TimeLife has exclusively offered a FIVE-DISC set packed with bonus features for some time now (users are selling it used & new here), but this FOUR-DISC set is the stripped version.

The 4-disc edition does have episode introductions by Barbara Feldon and commentaries on two episodes; but in addition to these, the 5-disc version includes a FULL DISC of extras that includes a featurette, long lost TV appearances by the stars of the show, and excerpts from a Get Smart seminar with several cast members (including Don Adams, himself), to name a few.

If all you want are the regular episodes - which are fantastic, to say the least! - then you'll be happy with the financial savings from buying this set. But if you really enjoy your bonus features, it's definitely worth the extra cost to splurge a little and buy the 5-disc version directly from TimeLife."

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The Show

For me, Get Smart was such a formative TV experience that it's hard to know exactly where to begin. I was raised on a steady diet of classic TV series -- the usual suspects like "I Love Lucy," "Andy Griffith" and "The Honeymooners" -- but Get Smart (which I caught in re-runs on Nick at Nite) was one of the first TV shows that appealed to my developing sense of humor; a silly, scattered send-up of secret agents, I was a fan of Maxwell Smart's before I ever laid eyes on a James Bond flick.

That the show is as funny as I remember it is a relief. Often, when revisiting childhood memories, you're chagrined to discover the objects of your affection can be a little tarnished. As producer Rory Mach writes in the booklet accompanying the first season, "Looking back with the clarity of hindsight, the success of 'Get Smart' seems never to have been in doubt. Indeed, from the safe distance of some 40 years, one is tempted to think of the show's first season as classic television in waiting, an icon even before it debuted."

It was the sleek, sexy world of Ian Fleming's James Bond that series creators Buck Henry and Mel Brooks sought to honor and parody with the creation of Get Smart. The show, which would run for five seasons on two different networks (NBC and CBS) for a total of 138 episodes, premiered on Sept. 18, 1965 with the only black-and-white episode of its entire run. Don Adams stars as the hapless Maxwell Smart, an agent working for the secret government agency CONTROL, alongside Agent 99 (Barbara Feldon) and the Chief (Edward Platt).

Maxwell Smart is arguably Adams's signature role; it's certainly one he would return to frequently throughout his career (voicing the animated "Inspector Gadget" foremost among those; there are more than a few winks at Agent 86 in that particular show). Were it not for Adams's embrace of the character and its foibles, the show wouldn't work (and hold up) nearly as well as it does -- he simply is Agent 86, which helps tremendously in the later seasons, when the show begins to sputter just a little.

After the series ended in Sept. 1970, most of the original cast would return for a few reunion movies, including 1980's The Nude Bomb (known by a wealth of alternate titles, including The Return of Maxwell Smart), as well as a 1989 TV movie Get Smart, Again! and, of course, the much-hyped 2008 big-screen adaptation (there's also the direct-to-video Get Smart's Bruce and Lloyd: Out of Control spawned by the '08 re-do, but the less said about that atrocity, the better). Incidentally, I'm not alone here at DVD Talk in my adoration of the TV series.

It was with more than a little trepidation that I settled into watch the greatly hyped remake of Get Smart last summer. Hollywood's track record of reviving storied TV shows is iffy at best and while, sure, Steve Carell is amusing, Anne Hathaway is a reasonable facsimile of Feldon and Alan Arkin can pinch-hit for Platt, the fact remains that the film was a startlingly violent, joyless affair that cribbed the quotable bits and discarded the rest of what makes Get Smart so endearing and enduring.

All five seasons of Get Smart are included in this set, which gets cool points for its packaging -- a replica of the phone booth and its multiple protective doors that Max travels through at the beginning of each episode. The individual seasons are split up into fold-out trays comprised of five total discs (four with that season's episodes and a fifth dedicated to bonus features) that are housed within brightly colored, sturdy plastic slipcovers.

It's worth noting that this set (which appears to be a HBO-branded port of the still-available Time-Life collection) is, as of this writing, the only place you can find the final three seasons of Get Smart; they are not available separately in stores. The generous supplements for each season will be detailed more fully below; I'll provide a brief synopsis of each season below, as well.

Season 1: And so it begins. The adventures of Maxwell Smart start in black-and-white with the pilot episode, "Mr. Big" (featuring the threat of an "Inthermo Ray") but burst into color with the following installment, "Our Man in Toyland" (which finds Max and 99 up to their eyeballs in Polly Dolly toys). The plots are certainly varied -- everything from druggings to bombings to excursions abroad -- and you can almost see the writers finding their footing; although, it must be said that more than most freshman TV series, Get Smart has an exceptionally strong first outing, particularly "Aboard the Orient Express" and the "Ship of Spies" two-parter which helps bring the first season to a close.

Episodes: "Mr. Big"; "Diplomat's Daughter"; "School Days"; "Our Man in Toyland"; "Now You See Him, Now You Don't"; "Washington 4, Indians 3"; "KAOS in Control"; "The Day Smart Turned Chicken"; "Satan Place"; "Our Man in Leotards"; "Too Many Chiefs"; "My Nephew the Spy"; "Aboard the Orient Express"; "Weekend Vampire"; "Survival of the Fattest"; "Double Agent"; "Kisses for KAOS"; "The Dead Spy Scrawls"; "Back to the Old Drawing Board"; "All in the Mind"; "Dear Diary"; "Smart, the Assassin"; "I'm Only Human"; "Stakeout on Blue Mist Mountain"; "The Amazing Harry Hoo"; "Hubert's Unfinished Symphony"; "Ship of Spies, Part I"; "Ship of Spies, Part II"; "Shipment to Beirut" and "The Last One In is a Rotten Spy"

Season 2: Get Smart picks up right where it left off at the end of its first season, diving into a rollicking mixture of satire, suspense and terrific performances, sharpening its tone to provide more tart laughs. A few personal favorites are scattered throughout this run of episodes -- "Bronzefinger," the return of Harry Hoo in "Hoo Done It" and the one-time feature film turned three-parter "A Man Called Smart," for example -- which makes this a worthy addition to the canon and a creative continuation of the series.

Episodes: "Anatomy of a Lover"; "Strike While the Agent is Hot"; "A Spy for a Spy"; "The Only Way to Die"; "Maxwell Smart, Alias Jimmy Ballantine"; "Casablanca"; "The Decoy"; "Hoo Done It"; "Rub-a-Dub-Dub ... Three Spies in a Sub"; "The Greatest Spy on Earth"; "Island of the Darned"; "Bronzefinger"; "Perils in a Pet Shop"; "The Whole Tooth and ..."; "Kiss of Death"; "It Takes One to Know One"; "Someone Down Here Hates Me"; "Cutback at CONTROL"; "The Man From Yenta"; "The Mummy"; "The Girls From KAOS"; "Smart Fit the Battle of Jericho"; "Where-What-How-Who Am I?"; "The Expendable Agent"; "How to Succeed in the Spy Business Without Really Trying"; "Appointment in Sahara"; "Pussycats Galore"; "A Man Called Smart, Part I"; "A Man Called Smart, Part II" and "A Man Called Smart, Part III"

Season 3: I'm torn as to whether season 3 or season 4 is the strongest of all -- it mostly comes down to how you're feeling, sentimental or silly. There are moments of genuine pathos during this batch of episodes ("99 Loses Control" is considered by many fans to feature some of the best acting in any season, period) but also roaringly funny episodes -- "The Little Black Book," which features Don Rickles as an old Army pal of Max's, is a definite highlight -- which makes hard to discount this season as possibly the series' finest.

Episodes: "The Spy Who Met Himself"; "Viva Smart"; "Witness for the Prosecution"; "The Spirit is Willing"; "Maxwell Smart, Private Eye"; "Supersonic Boom"; "One of Our Olives Is Missing"; "When Good Fellows Get Together"; "Dr. Yes"; "That Old Gang of Mine"; "The Mild Ones"; "Classification: Dead"; "The Mysterious Dr. T"; "The King Lives?"; "The Groovy Guru"; "The Little Black Book, Part I"; "The Little Black Book, Part II"; "Don't Look Back"; "99 Loses Control"; "The Wax Max"; "Run, Robot, Run"; "Operation Ridiculous"; "Spy, Spy, Birdie"; "The Hot Line"; "Die, Spy" and "The Reluctant Redhead"

Season 4: This penultimate season wobbles a bit from the outset, as Max and Agent 99 find themselves facing marriage, which, to my mind, lessens a bit of the spark that comes from the pair's back-and-forth relationship (admittedly, it's less fractious than a lot of male-female TV combos). While the series takes the hit there, it does open up a lot of domestically-oriented plotlines that weren't necessarily possible before, but beginning with this season, the show begins to feel a lot more conventional and less tart ... still quite funny though.

Episodes: "The Impossible Mission"; "Snoopy Smart vs. the Red Baron"; "Closely Watched Planes"; "The Secret of Sam Vittorio"; "Diamonds Are a Spy's Best Friend"; "The Worst Best Man"; "A Tale of Two Tails"; "The Return of the Ancient Mariner"; "With Love and Twitches"; "The Laser Blazer"; "The Farkas Fracas"; "Temporarily Out of CONTROL"; "Schwartz's Island"; "One Nation Invisible"; "Hurray for Hollywood"; "The Day They Raided the Knights"; "Tequila Mockingbird"; "I Shot 86 Today"; "Absorb the Greek"; "To Sire, With Love, Part I"; "To Sire, With Love, Part II"; "Shock It to Me"; "Leadside"; "Greer Window"; "The Not-So-Great Escape, Part I" and "The Not-So-Great Escape, Part II"

Season 5: Frankly, the final season is by far the weakest of the series, as the show moved from NBC to CBS and the creative staff overhauled everything from storylines to the opening credits. While there are a few inspired moments -- the Bogart goof "The Treasure of C. Errol Madre" and the two-part "And Baby Makes Four," which strangely blends the usual sitcom antics with the Get Smart aesthetic -- too much of the fifth season feels labored and strained (not to mention Adams's total absence in "Ice Station Siegfried"). It's hard to know whether the writers had just run out of things for Max and 99 to do or if the times were changing too quickly for Get Smart to maintain its grip on the zeitgeist.

Episodes: "Pheasant Under Glass"; "Ironhand"; "Valerie of the Dolls"; "Widow Often Annie"; "The Treasure of C. Errol Madre"; "Smart Fell on Alabama"; "And Baby Makes Four, Part I"; "And Baby Makes Four, Part II"; "Physician Impossible"; "The Apes of Rath"; "Age Before Duty"; "Is This Trip Necessary"; "Ice Station Siegfried"; "Moonlighting Becomes You"; "House of Max, Part I"; "House of Max, Part II"; "Rebecca of Funny-Folk Farm"; "The Mess of Adrian Listenger"; "Witness for the Execution"; "How Green Was My Valet"; "And Only Two Ninety-Nine"; "Smartacus"; "What's It All About, Algie?"; "Hello Columbus, Goodbye America"; "Do I Hear a Vaults" and "I Am Curiously Yellow"

The DVDs

The Video:

Presented as originally broadcast, these 1.33:1 fullscreen transfers gradually improve as the series goes along, but even the earliest episodes have a vivid snap to them that I don't recall seeing on the Nick at Nite re-runs. The pilot is the only black-and-white episode of Get Smart, with the other 137 episodes being in Technicolor. Each season has been, according to its packaging, digitally restored and re-mastered, so the quality level doesn't, thankfully, smack of a quick-buck rush job. The amount of detail is impressive and colors appear well saturated throughout. Given the age of Get Smart, it has to be said: Max and the gang look pretty great.

The Audio:

Again, simplicity rules here -- as originally broadcast on NBC and CBS, Get Smart's entire run makes do with a Dolby 2.0 stereo track that basically sounds like a mono track slightly opened up. Dialogue is always heard clearly, while that iconic opening music has some appropriate weight to it rather than sounding tinny. As with the visuals, considering the age of the source material, the show sounds about as good as can be expected.

The Extras:

From my research, it appears that this set is virtually identical to the one offered by Time-Life, with the only difference being that this set is produced by HBO and available in retail stores. Given the staggering amount of supplemental material, I've broken out the specifics by each season.

Season 1: All 30 episodes of the inaugural season feature brief audio introductions from Barbara Feldon, who is more or less a constant presence throughout this entire set. Mel Brooks and Buck Henry sit for separate commentary tracks on "Mr. Big" while Feldon contributes a yack-track to "Kisses for KAOS." A booklet listing episode air dates, credits and a brief essay from producer Rory Mach is tucked into the fold-out tray.

As mentioned previously, the fifth disc of each season contains the bulk of the supplements. Here, things kick off with a 22 minute, 38 second Buck Henry interview (presented in fullscreen) recorded in 2006 -- the interview is preceded by an audio introduction from Feldon. The 16 minute, 55 second featurette "The Secret History of Get Smart" (presented in fullscreen), which includes an audio introduction from Feldon, recounts the series within the context of its original airing. Six period TV appearances and promo spots are included, playable separately or all together for an aggregate of 23 minutes, 36 seconds; a two minute, 13 second blooper reel (presented in fullscreen) is here, with an audio introduction from Feldon. The juiciest extra is an hour long 2003 Get Smart reunion (presented in fullscreen) featuring Adams, Feldon, Bernie Kopell, executive producer Leonard Stern, producer Burt Nodella and producer/director Jay Sandrich; seeing the collaborators reflecting on the show is a real treat. The seminar is preceded by a Feldon audio introduction. And lastly, an interactive game: exploring the Chief's office with your DVD remote completes the first season set.

Season 2: All 30 episodes of the second season feature brief audio introductions from Barbara Feldon. In addition, Bernie Kopell (who plays the role of Siegfried) contributes a commentary track for "How to Succeed in the Spy Business Without Really Trying" and executive producer Leonard Stern talks over "A Man Called Smart, Part I." A booklet listing episode air dates, credits and a brief essay from actor Dave Ketchum (Agent 13) is tucked into the fold-out tray.

Once again, the fifth disc contains the lion's share of supplements, leading off with a 31 minute, 56 second interview with executive producer Leonard Stern interview (presented in fullscreen), with an audio intro from Feldon. The 14 minute, 38 second featurette "Barbara Feldon: From Real Model to Role Model" (presented in fullscreen) explores the impact the actress and her character had on pop culture. Footage from the 1967 Emmy broadcast -- playable in two separate clips or all together for an aggregate of three minutes -- is included, as are two minutes, 39 seconds of bloopers (presented in fullscreen), with an audio intro from Feldon. More segments from the 2003 reunion seminar that was featured on the first season set pop up here; four minutes, 51 seconds' worth, which includes an audio intro from Feldon. A 52 minute, 57 second featurette capturing Don Adams' 75th birthday celebration at the Playboy Mansion (presented in fullscreen) features an audio intro from Feldon, while 31 pages of notes from NBC's broadcast standards department and lastly, an interactive game: exploring Agent 99's purse with your DVD remote completes the second season set.

Season 3: All 26 episodes of the third season feature brief audio introductions from Barbara Feldon. In addition, Feldon and Buck Henry each contribute a commentary track to the pivotal episode "99 Loses Control" while guest star Don Rickles chats during "The Little Black Book, Part II." A booklet listing episode air dates, credits and a brief essay from "Sledge Hammer!" creator Alan Spencer is tucked into the fold-out tray.

As with previous season sets, the fifth disc plays home to the bonus features, leading off with a 31 minute, two second interview with director Bruce Bilson (presented in fullscreen), which includes an audio intro from Feldon. The 13 minute, 33 second featurette "Spooks, Spies, Gadgets and Gizmos" (presented in fullscreen) explores the show's penchant for goofy toys; a quartet of period TV appearances and spots -- including footage from the 1968 Emmy broadcast -- are included (presented in fullscreen), playable separately or all together for an aggregate of 19 minutes, 25 seconds. One minute, 42 seconds of bloopers (presented in fullscreen) feature an audio intro from Feldon, while a separate one minute, 26 second blooper clip (presented in fullscreen) focuses on guest star Don Rickles. More footage from the 2003 reunion seminar -- four minutes, 41 seconds -- are here, with an audio intro from Feldon while 34 pages of notes from NBC's broadcast standards department and lastly, an interactive game: exploring Maxwell Smart's car with your DVD remote completes the third season set.

Season 4: All 26 episodes of the third season feature brief audio introductions from Barbara Feldon. In addition, Feldon and Buck Henry each contribute a commentary track to "With Love and Twitches" while guest star James Caan chats during "To Sire, With Love, Part II." A booklet listing episode air dates, credits and a brief interview with Carl Birkmeyer, who runs fan site wouldyoubelieve.com and Sue Kesler, who produced some of the supplements for this set, is tucked into the fold-out tray.

As with previous season sets, the fifth disc plays home to the bonus features, leading off with a 22 minute, 29 second interview with Bernie Kopell (presented in fullscreen), which includes an audio intro from Feldon. A 24 minute, 44 second interview with Feldon (presented in fullscreen), which -- bizarrely -- also includes an audio intro ... from Feldon. The 14 minute, 11 second featurette "Code Words and Catch Phrases" (presented in fullscreen) details the show's impact on the pop cultural lexicon and includes an audio intro from Feldon. Eight TV appearances and spots -- including footage from the 1969 Emmy broadcast -- are here, playable separately or all together for an aggregate of 14 minutes, 59 seconds. Two minutes, 22 seconds of bloopers (presented in fullscreen), with an audio intro from Feldon and lastly, an interactive game: exploring Maxwell Smart's apartment with your DVD remote completes the fourth season set.

Season 5: All 26 episodes of the fifth season feature brief audio introductions from Barbara Feldon. In addition, actor Bill Dana (Agent Quigley) contributes a commentary track to "Ice Station Siegfried." A booklet listing episode air dates, credits and a brief essay from producer Rory Mach is tucked into the fold-out tray.

As with previous season sets, the fifth disc plays home to the bonus features, leading off with the 14 minute, 38 second featurette "The Fans of Get Smart" (presented in fullscreen), which includes an audio intro from Feldon. Eighty-one minutes of footage from the 2005 Don Adams memorial (presented in fullscreen), which includes an audio intro from Feldon. Seven TV appearances and spots -- including footage of Adams learning he's a father in 1965 -- are included (presented in fullscreen) and playable separately or all together for an aggregate of 11 minutes, 26 seconds. One minute, 21 seconds' worth of bloopers which repeat some of the previous seasons' bloopers (presented in fullscreen) features an audio intro from Feldon. "The Ultimate Get Smart Clip Reel," split into seven segments, is playable separately or all together for an aggregate of 20 minutes, 33 seconds and lastly, an interactive game: taking a crack at the "Get Smart Spy Aptitude Test" completes the fifth season set.

Final Thoughts:

A silly, scattered send-up of secret agents, I was a fan of Maxwell Smart's before I ever laid eyes on a James Bond flick. Indeed, it was the sleek, sexy world of Ian Fleming's James Bond that series creators Buck Henry and Mel Brooks sought to honor and parody with the creation of Get Smart. The show remains one of the funniest half-hours you can find and this extensive, borderline exhaustive five-season set is well worth its hefty price tag. It doesn't "miss it by that much" -- this Get Smart series set is a lock for inclusion in the DVD Talk Collectors Series.

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EPISODES

Season 1, Episode 1: Mr Big
Original Air Date: 18 September 1965

Season 1, Episode 2: Diplomat's Daughter
Original Air Date: 25 September 1965

Season 1, Episode 3: School Days
Original Air Date: 2 October 1965

Season 1, Episode 4: Our Man in Toyland
Original Air Date: 9 October 1965

Season 1, Episode 5: Now You See Him, Now You Don't
Original Air Date: 16 October 1965

Season 1, Episode 6: Washington 4, Indians 3
Original Air Date: 23 October 1965

Season 1, Episode 7: Kaos in Control
Original Air Date: 30 October 1965

Season 1, Episode 8: The Day Smart Turned Chicken
Original Air Date: 6 November 1965

Season 1, Episode 9: Satan Place
Original Air Date: 13 November 1965

Season 1, Episode 10: Our Man in Leotards
Original Air Date: 20 November 1965

Season 1, Episode 11: Too Many Chiefs
Original Air Date: 27 November 1965

Season 1, Episode 12: My Nephew the Spy
Original Air Date: 4 December 1965

Season 1, Episode 13: Aboard the Orient Express
Original Air Date: 11 December 1965

Season 1, Episode 14: Weekend Vampire
Original Air Date: 18 December 1965

Season 1, Episode 15: Survival of the Fattest
Original Air Date: 25 December 1965

Season 1, Episode 16: Double Agent
Original Air Date: 8 January 1966

Season 1, Episode 17: Kisses for KAOS
Original Air Date: 15 January 1966

Season 1, Episode 18: The Dead Spy Scrawls
Original Air Date: 22 January 1966

Season 1, Episode 19: Back to the Old Drawing Board
Original Air Date: 29 January 1966

Season 1, Episode 20: All in the Mind
Original Air Date: 5 February 1966

Season 1, Episode 21: Dear Diary
Original Air Date: 12 February 1966

Season 1, Episode 22: Smart the Assassin
Original Air Date: 19 February 1966

Season 1, Episode 23: I'm Only Human
Original Air Date: 26 February 1966

Season 1, Episode 24: Stakeout on Blue Mist Mountain
Original Air Date: 5 March 1966

Season 1, Episode 25: The Amazing Harry Hoo
Original Air Date: 12 March 1966

Season 1, Episode 26: Hubert's Unfinished Symphony
Original Air Date: 19 March 1966

Season 1, Episode 27: Ship of Spies: Part 1
Original Air Date: 2 April 1966

Season 1, Episode 28: Ship of Spies: Part 2
Original Air Date: 9 April 1966

Season 1, Episode 29: Shipment to Beirut
Original Air Date: 23 April 1966

Season 1, Episode 30: Last One in Is a Rotten Spy
Original Air Date: 7 May 1966


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Season 2

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Season 2, Episode 1: Anatomy of a Lover
Original Air Date: 17 September 1966

Season 2, Episode 2: Strike While the Agent Is Hot
Original Air Date: 24 September 1966

Season 2, Episode 3: A Spy for a Spy
Original Air Date: 1 October 1966

Season 2, Episode 4: The Only Way to Die
Original Air Date: 8 October 1966

Season 2, Episode 5: Maxwell Smart, Alias Jimmy Ballantine
Original Air Date: 15 October 1966

Season 2, Episode 6: Casablanca
Original Air Date: 22 October 1966

Season 2, Episode 7: The Decoy
Original Air Date: 29 October 1966

Season 2, Episode 8: Hoo Done It
Original Air Date: 5 November 1966

Season 2, Episode 9: Rub-A-Dub-Dub...Three Spies in a Sub
Original Air Date: 12 November 1966

Season 2, Episode 10: The Greatest Spy on Earth
Original Air Date: 19 November 1966

Season 2, Episode 11: Island of the Darned
Original Air Date: 26 November 1966

Season 2, Episode 12: Bronzefinger
Original Air Date: 3 December 1966

Season 2, Episode 13: Perils in a Pet Shop
Original Air Date: 10 December 1966

Season 2, Episode 14: The Whole Tooth and...
Original Air Date: 24 December 1966

Season 2, Episode 15: Kiss of Death
Original Air Date: 31 December 1966

Season 2, Episode 16: It Takes One to Know One
Original Air Date: 7 January 1967

Season 2, Episode 17: Someone Down Here Hates Me
Original Air Date: 14 January 1967

Season 2, Episode 18: Cutback at Control
Original Air Date: 21 January 1967

Season 2, Episode 19: The Mummy
Original Air Date: 28 January 1967

Season 2, Episode 20: The Girls from KAOS
Original Air Date: 4 February 1967

Season 2, Episode 21: The Man from YENTA
Original Air Date: 11 February 1967

Season 2, Episode 22: Smart Fit the Battle of Jericho
Original Air Date: 18 February 1967

Season 2, Episode 23: Where-What-How-Who Am I?
Original Air Date: 25 February 1967

Season 2, Episode 24: The Expendable Agent
Original Air Date: 4 March 1967

Season 2, Episode 25: How to Succeed in the Spy Business Without Really Trying
Original Air Date: 11 March 1967

Season 2, Episode 26: Appointment in Sahara
Original Air Date: 25 March 1967

Season 2, Episode 27: Pussycats Galore
Original Air Date: 1 April 1967

Season 2, Episode 28: A Man Called Smart: Part 1
Original Air Date: 8 April 1967

Season 2, Episode 29: A Man Called Smart: Part 2
Original Air Date: 15 April 1967

Season 2, Episode 30: A Man Called Smart: Part 3
Original Air Date: 22 April 1967


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Season 3

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Season 3, Episode 1: Viva Smart
Original Air Date: 16 September 1967

Season 3, Episode 2: Witness for the Persecution
Original Air Date: 23 September 1967

Season 3, Episode 3: The Spy Who Met Himself
Original Air Date: 7 October 1967

Season 3, Episode 4: The Spirit Is Willing
Original Air Date: 14 October 1967

Season 3, Episode 5: Maxwell Smart, Private Eye
Original Air Date: 21 October 1967

Season 3, Episode 6: Supersonic Boom
Original Air Date: 28 October 1967

Season 3, Episode 7: One of Our Olives Is Missing
Original Air Date: 4 November 1967

Season 3, Episode 8: When Good Fellows Get Together
Original Air Date: 18 November 1967

Season 3, Episode 9: Dr. Yes
Original Air Date: 25 November 1967

Season 3, Episode 10: That Old Gang of Mine
Original Air Date: 2 December 1967

Season 3, Episode 11: The Mild Ones
Original Air Date: 9 December 1967

Season 3, Episode 12: Classification: Dead
Original Air Date: 23 December 1967

Season 3, Episode 13: The Mysterious Dr. T
Original Air Date: 30 December 1968

Season 3, Episode 14: The King Lives?
Original Air Date: 6 January 1968

Season 3, Episode 15: The Groovy Guru
Original Air Date: 13 January 1968

Season 3, Episode 16: The Little Black Book: Part 1
Original Air Date: 27 January 1968

Season 3, Episode 17: The Little Black Book: Part 2
Original Air Date: 3 February 1968

Season 3, Episode 18: Don't Look Back
Original Air Date: 10 February 1968

Season 3, Episode 19: 99 Loses Control
Original Air Date: 17 February 1968

Season 3, Episode 20: The Wax Max
Original Air Date: 24 February 1968

Season 3, Episode 21: Operation Ridiculous
Original Air Date: 2 March 1968

Season 3, Episode 22: Spy, Spy, Birdie
Original Air Date: 9 March 1968

Season 3, Episode 23: Run, Robot, Run
Original Air Date: 16 March 1968

Season 3, Episode 24: The Hot Line
Original Air Date: 23 March 1968

Season 3, Episode 25: Die, Spy
Original Air Date: 30 March 1968

Season 3, Episode 26: The Reluctant Redhead
Original Air Date: 6 April 1968


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Season 4

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Season 4, Episode 1: The Impossible Mission
Original Air Date: 21 September 1968

Season 4, Episode 2: Snoopy Smart vs. the Red Baron
Original Air Date: 28 September 1968

Season 4, Episode 3: Closely Watched Planes
Original Air Date: 5 October 1968

Season 4, Episode 4: The Secret of Sam Vittorio
Original Air Date: 12 October 1968

Season 4, Episode 5: Diamonds Are a Spy's Best Friend
Original Air Date: 19 October 1968

Season 4, Episode 6: The Worst Best Man
Original Air Date: 26 October 1968

Season 4, Episode 7: A Tale of Two Tails
Original Air Date: 2 November 1968

Season 4, Episode 8: The Return of the Ancient Mariner
Original Air Date: 9 November 1968

Season 4, Episode 9: With Love and Twitches
Original Air Date: 16 November 1968

Season 4, Episode 10: The Laser Blazer
Original Air Date: 30 November 1968

Season 4, Episode 11: The Farkas Fracas
Original Air Date: 7 December 1968

Season 4, Episode 12: Temporarily Out of CONTROL
Original Air Date: 14 December 1968

Season 4, Episode 13: Schwartz's Island
Original Air Date: 21 December 1968

Season 4, Episode 14: One Nation Invisible
Original Air Date: 28 December 1968

Season 4, Episode 15: Hurray for Hollywood
Original Air Date: 4 January 1969

Season 4, Episode 16: The Day They Raided the Knights
Original Air Date: 11 January 1969

Season 4, Episode 17: Tequila Mockingbird
Original Air Date: 18 January 1969

Season 4, Episode 18: I Shot 86 Today
Original Air Date: 1 February 1969

Season 4, Episode 19: Absorb the Greek
Original Air Date: 8 February 1969

Season 4, Episode 20: To Sire, with Love: Part 1
Original Air Date: 15 February 1969

Season 4, Episode 21: To Sire, with Love: Part 2
Original Air Date: 22 February 1969

Season 4, Episode 22: Shock It to Me
Original Air Date: 1 March 1969

Season 4, Episode 23: Leadside
Original Air Date: 8 March 1969

Season 4, Episode 24: Greer Window
Original Air Date: 15 March 1969

Season 4, Episode 25: The Not-So-Great Escape: Part 1
Original Air Date: 15 March 1969

Season 4, Episode 26: The Not-So-Great Escape: Part 2
Original Air Date: 22 March 1969


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Season 5

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Season 5, Episode 1: Pheasant Under Glass
Original Air Date: 26 September 1969

Season 5, Episode 2: Ironhand
Original Air Date: 3 October 1969

Season 5, Episode 3: Valerie of the Dolls
Original Air Date: 10 October 1969

Season 5, Episode 4: Widow Often Annie
Original Air Date: 17 October 1969

Season 5, Episode 5: The Treasure of C. Errol Madre
Original Air Date: 24 October 1969

Season 5, Episode 6: Smart Fell on Alabama
Original Air Date: 31 October 1969

Season 5, Episode 7: And Baby Makes Four: Part 1
Original Air Date: 7 November 1969

Season 5, Episode 8: And Baby Makes Four: Part 2
Original Air Date: 14 November 1969

Season 5, Episode 9: Physician Impossible
Original Air Date: 21 November 1969

Season 5, Episode 10: Apes of Rath
Original Air Date: 28 November 1969

Season 5, Episode 11: Age Before Duty
Original Air Date: 5 December 1969

Season 5, Episode 12: Is This Trip Necessary?
Original Air Date: 12 December 1969

Season 5, Episode 13: Ice Station Siegfried
Original Air Date: 19 December 1969

Season 5, Episode 14: Moonlighting Becomes You
Original Air Date: 2 January 1970

Season 5, Episode 15: House of Max: Part 1
Original Air Date: 9 January 1970

Season 5, Episode 16: House of Max: Part 2
Original Air Date: 16 January 1970

Season 5, Episode 17: Rebecca of Funny-Folk Farm
Original Air Date: 23 January 1970

Season 5, Episode 18: The Mess of Adrian Listenger
Original Air Date: 30 January 1970

Season 5, Episode 19: Witness for the Execution
Original Air Date: 6 February 1970

Season 5, Episode 20: How Green Was My Valet
Original Air Date: 13 February 1970

Season 5, Episode 21: And Only Two Ninety-Nine
Original Air Date: 20 February 1970

Season 5, Episode 22: Smartacus
Original Air Date: 27 February 1970

Season 5, Episode 23: What's It All About, Algie?
Original Air Date: 24 April 1970

Season 5, Episode 24: Hello, Columbus - Goodbye, America
Original Air Date: 1 May 1970

Season 5, Episode 25: Do I Hear a Vaults?
Original Air Date: 8 May 1970

Season 5, Episode 26: I Am Curiously Yellow
Original Air Date: 15 May 1970
 

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Some more notes on the DVDs:

  • The restoration and mastering of the episodes is absolutely phenomenal. It's the sharpest and cleanest release of a show I've ever seen. The restoration company did an amazing job with the show. Leonard Stern said that "finally Get Smart can be seen the way it was meant to be seen." For details on the restoration, check out my restoration page.
  • They are closed captioned and the only language featured is English.
  • This is a Region 1 release.
  • It comes packaged in a cool phone booth case!
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Information for buyers outside of the U.S. and Canada:

  • Australian fans can rejoice! EZYDVD is selling the show in season sets for the much more reasonable price of $50 per season. Details can be found here. Both season sets and the box set are also available via regular retail outlets. Time-Life Australia is selling the episodes as individual DVDs, but their pricing is so outrageous that they have offended most Australian fans.
  • Agente 86: Seasons One through Four have been released in Brazil by 2001 Video and there are plans to release season five. They have audio in English, Portuguese, and Spanish, as well as subtitles in the same languages. It also features the same extras as the Time-Life release and uses the same beautifully restored masters (Thanks to Jose R. for the info!).
  • A Region 2 release is available via normal retail outlets for Europe and the UK. It's available online via play.com
  • For German fans, Season One was released by Kinowelt Home Entertainment/DVD on September 8, 2006. However, there are NO bonus materials and they did not use the beautifully restored masters that Time-Life/HBO are using. It is only available in Germany. However, the producers of this DVD set definitely went the cheap route on this release so I strongly recommend that you NOT purchase this set unless you can't understand English. The Time-Life set is so superior that buying this would be a waste of your money, in my opinion.

Complete Details on the Extras in the Box Set:

    There are a ton of great extras on the release as well. I think the producers did a marvelous job locating extras and selecting things for inclusion and were very conscious of the desires of the fans. Please note that the top three extras requested by the fans are all on the DVDs, a remarkable achievement and one that shows how carefully the DVD producer (Paul Brownstein) worked to ensure a top-notch release. Here's a look at the release.

  • Audio Commentaries

    Mel Brooks - Mr. Big
    Buck Henry - Mr. Big
    Barbara Feldon - Kisses for KAOS
    Leonard Stern - A Man Called Smart
    Bernie Kopell - How to Succeed in the Spy Business Without Really Trying
    Barbara Feldon & Buck Henry - 99 Loses CONTROL, With Love and Twitches
    Don Rickles - The Little Black Book, Part 2
    James Caan - To Sire, With Love
    Bill Dana - Ice Station Siegfried

Buck Henry
Barbara Feldon
Leonard Stern
Bruce Bilson
Bernie Kopell

  • Featurettes

The Secret History of Get Smart
Barbara Feldon: Real Model to Role Model
Spooks, Spies, Gadgets and Gizmos
Code Words and Catchphrases
The Fans of Get Smart

The Bill Dana Show episode that shows Don Adams doing an early version of the Maxwell Smart character as Detective Byron Glick. It also contains one of the earliest “would you believe” jokes. 
Don Adams on The Andy Williams Show (3 appearances).
Barbara's Top Brass Hair Care Commercial
1965 NBC Season Preview hosted by Maxwell Smart
Two 1965 Get Smart Promos
Get Smart's Emmy Award Wins
Don on Milton Berle's Wild, Wild World of Comedy
Syndication promo

Bloopers!!!
A 60-minute excerpt from the legendary Museum of Television & Radio's Get Smart seminar in 2003. 
Don's 75th birthday party and roast at the Playboy Mansion
Don and Barbara as grand marshalls of the Rose Bowl Parade
Segments from Don's Memorial Service"
Don Adams Finds Out He's a Father
Sue's Ultimate Get Smart Clip Reel
1967Pepsodent commercial featuring Don as Agent 86 and Dave Ketchum as Agent 13
3 White Castle Commercials from 1990 starring Don Adams
3 Chief Auto Parts Commercials with Don parodying Get Smart and using his famous catchphrases!
1991 Choice Hotels commercial starring Don
1999 Buck-A-Call commercial with Don as a retired secret agent

Season Two Liner Notes from Dave Ketchum
Season Three Liner Notes from Alan Spencer
The Chief's office layout
Plans for Max's Sunbeam Tiger
Max's Apartment Blueprint
99's Purse Contents
CONTROL Aptitude Test

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Wow, what an outstanding batch of extras! Yes, it is extremely unfortunately that Don passed away before this production began. However, the producers took great care to ensure that Don's career and work were extremely well-represented and I think they did a fabulous job. The DVD was executive produced by Paul Brownstein and produced by Sue Kesler and they deserve an amazing amount of credit for putting together a fabulous DVD set, as does Time-Life.


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Get Smart: The Complete Series DVD Box Set

Get Smart: The Complete Series DVD Box Set

  • Number Of Episodes: All 138 Uncut Episodes

  • Number Of Seasons: Complete 5 Seasons

  • Package: 20 DVD Box Set

  • Category: Comedy

  • Format: Full Screen

  • Audio Track: English

  • Compartability: You should know that during the registration of your order we will check compatibility to your region and will send your order according to your region.Region 1 For shipment to North America, Region 2 For shipment to Europe and Region 4 For shipment to Australia / New Zeiland

  • Condition: Brand new & sealed

  • Years: 1965 - 1970

        This show is not serious or dramatically, this show is the perfect choice for the rest. This show about agent that doesn’t cool or extraordinary smart. Get smart is about secret agent that a little bit stupid and extremely hilarious. Every single episode of this DVD box set is new jokes and ironical situations.

        Maxwell Smart is a secret agent with code name “Agent 86” he works on CONTROL a secret U.S. agency for the most important and emergency cases in Washington. This character is very naive and absurdly clumsy he never thinks about consequences of his deeds. His every case is disaster; every episode is good example of sitcom. Maxwell has really impressive results in his job; almost every assignment is successful, because of his special skills and tools and incredible luck. Don Adams who played this role makes his character unbelievably funny and interesting; this DVD box set is favorite work of this great actor.

Maxwell has a great partner Agent 99, she is a very strong and confident woman (her real name is unknown) is so beautiful, tall, very professional and smart. She is very often became a more useful for assignment than Maxwell but he several times saved her life. During the Get Smart this two characters became a couple, in the end get married, and have kids. Agent 99 is the first woman in American movie history that doesn’t quit a job after the birth of children. Barbara Feldon played this role amazing; her excellent play made this TV-show one of the best sitcoms in the television history. Also in Get Smart, you can meet The Chief of CONTROL, many years ago he was a simple agent but today he is a commander, this sarcastic, serious, brilliant and sensitive person.

This extraordinary duo is a great team for undercover and spy work. The main antagonist of this TV-show is the evil organization called KAOS; this company was founded in Bucharest, Romania in 1904. KAOS all the time do different awful things and problems for CONTROL agency and Smart and Agent 99 are protected the USA from enemies.

Buy Get Smart, because this show has a legendary status and millions of fans all around the world. Get smart has several spin-off films, two with the same cast and remake of 2008 with Steve Carell and Anne Hathaway. This TV-show will help you to spend your free time with pleasure. This comedy is really one of the funniest sitcom in American history and the firs TV-show when secret agents look like not serious and not-perfect people.

Buy Get Smart: The Complete Series DVD box set and you will get 5 seasons, 138 episodes on 20 DVDs. This DVD collection will be your favorite comedy show for a very long time.

        

 

Season 1

  1. Mr. Big

  2. Diplomat's Daughter

  3. School Days

  4. Our Man in Toyland

  5. Now You See Him... Now You Don't

  6. Washington 4, Indians 3

  7. KAOS in CONTROL

  8. The Day Smart Turned Chicken

  9. Satan Place

  10. Our Man in Leotards

  11. Too Many Chiefs

  12. My Nephew the Spy

  13. Aboard the Orient Express

  14. Weekend Vampire

  15. Survival of the Fattest

  16. Double Agent

  17. Kisses for KAOS

  18. The Dead Spy Scrawls

  19. Back to the Old Drawing Board

  20. All in the Mind

  21. Dear Diary

  22. Smart, the Assassin

  23. I'm Only Human

  24. Stakeout on Blue Mist Mountain

  25. The Amazing Harry Hoo

  26. Hubert's Unfinished Symphony

  27. Ship of Spies (1)

  28. Ship of Spies (2)

  29. Shipment to Beirut

  30. The Last One in is a Rotten Spy

 

Season 2

  1. Anatomy of a Lover

  2. Strike While the Agent is Hot

  3. A Spy for a Spy

  4. The Only Way to Die

  5. Maxwell Smart, Alias Jimmy Ballantine

  6. Casablanca

  7. The Decoy

  8. Hoo Done It

  9. Rub-a-Dub-Dub . . .Three Spies in a Sub

  10. The Greatest Spy on Earth

  11. Island of the Darned

  12. Bronzefinger

  13. Perils in a Pet Shop

  14. The Whole Tooth and . . .

  15. Kiss of Death

  16. It Takes One to Know One

  17. Someone Down Here Hates Me

  18. Cutback at CONTROL

  19. The Man from YENTA

  20. The Mummy

  21. The Girls from KAOS

  22. Smart Fit the Battle of Jericho

  23. Where-What-How-Who Am I?

  24. The Expendable Agent

  25. How to Succeed in the Spy Business Without Really Trying

  26. Appointment in Sahara

  27. Pussycats Galore

  28. A Man Called Smart (1)

  29. A Man Called Smart (2)

  30. A Man Called Smart (3)

 

Season 3

  1. The Spy Who Met Himself

  2. Viva Smart

  3. Witness for the Persecution

  4. The Spirit is Willing

  5. Maxwell Smart, Private Eye

  6. Supersonic Boom

  7. One of Our Olives is Missing

  8. When Good Fellows Get Together

  9. Dr. Yes

  10. That Old Gang of Mine

  11. The Mild Ones

  12. Classification: Dead

  13. The Mysterious Dr. T

  14. The King Lives?

  15. The Groovy Guru

  16. The Little Black Book (1)

  17. The Little Black Book (2)

  18. Don't Look Back

  19. 99 Loses CONTROL

  20. The Wax Max

  21. Operation Ridiculous

  22. Spy, Spy, Birdie

  23. Run, Robot, Run

  24. The Hot Line

  25. Die, Spy

  26. The Reluctant Redhead

 

Season 4

  1. The Impossible Mission

  2. Snoopy Smart vs. the Red Baron

  3. Closely Watched Planes

  4. The Secret of Sam Vittorio

  5. Diamonds Are a Spy's Best Friend

  6. The Worst Best Man

  7. A Tale of Two Tails

  8. The Return of the Ancient Mariner

  9. With Love and Twitches

  10. The Laser Blazer

  11. The Farkas Fracas

  12. Temporarily Out of CONTROL

  13. Schwartz's Island

  14. One Nation Invisible

  15. Hurray for Hollywood

  16. The Day They Raided the Knights

  17. Tequila Mockingbird

  18. I Shot 86 Today

  19. Absorb the Greek

  20. To Sire, with Love (1)

  21. To Sire, with Love (2)

  22. Shock It to Me

  23. Leadside

  24. Greer Window

  25. The Not-So-Great Escape (1)

  26. The Not-So-Great Escape (2)

 

Season 5

  1. Pheasant Under Glass

  2. Ironhand

  3. Valerie of the Dolls

  4. Widow Often Annie

  5. The Treasure of C. Errol Madre

  6. Smart Fell on Alabama

  7. And Baby Makes Four (1)

  8. And Baby Makes Four (2)

  9. Physician: Impossible

  10. The Apes of Wrath

  11. Age Before Duty

  12. Is This Trip Necessary?

  13. Ice Station Siegfried

  14. Moonlighting Becomes You

  15. House of Max (1)

  16. House of Max (2)

  17. Rebecca of Funny-Folk Farm

  18. The Mess of Adrian Listenger

  19. Witness for the Execution

  20. How Green Was My Valet

  21. And Only Two Ninety-Nine

  22. Smartacus

  23. What's It All About, Algie?

  24. Hello, Columbus - Goodbye, America

  25. Do I Hear a Vaults?

  26. I Am Curiously Yellow

Complete series cast summary:

Don Adams

Don Adams - Maxwell Smart

  

Barbara Feldon

Barbara Feldon - #99

  

Edward Platt

Edward Platt - Chief

  

Robert Karvelas

Robert Karvelas - Larabee

  

Rose Michtom

Rose Michtom - Woman at the Airport

  

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