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Get Smart (1965 - 1970)

Get Smart (1965 - 1970)

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Series Info

'Would you believe,' as Maxwell Smart would say, this spy spoof was for a time all the rage (and an Emmy winner to boot)? Baby Boomers can never hear that phrase, used by the inept agent when caught in a ridiculous situation, without recalling this series (co-created by Mel Brooks), which is filled with James Bond-style capers featuring Smart; his sexy partner, Agent 99, at the C.O.N.T.R.O.L. agency; and K.A.O.S., the sinister organization they battled, invariably with chaotic results.

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1969, CBS, 26 episodes

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1968, CBS, 26 episodes

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1967, CBS, 26 episodes

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1966, CBS, 30 episodes

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1965, CBS, 30 episodes

Cast

Don Adams
as Maxwell Smart (Agent 86)
Dave Ketchum
as Agent 13
Stacy Keach Sr.
as Prof. Carlson
Bernie Kopell
as Siegfried
Patti Gilbert
as Miss Magruder / Rhonda
King Moody
as Markovitch
Donald Diamond
as Goldmouth
Jane Dulo
as Mother
Oscar Beregi
as Beastmaster
Howard Caine
as Dr. Fish
Stacy Keach
as Carlson
Victor French
as Agent 44
John Doucette
as Von Klaus
John Fiedler
as Hercules
Ralph Manza
as Finster
Bob Karvelas
as Larrabee
Joseph Sirola
as Harvey Satan
Eddie Ryder
as Psychiatrist
Lyn Peters
as Mrs. Neal
Ellen Weston
as Dr. Steele
Judy Dan
as Susie
John Myhers
as Wolenska
Irwin Charone
as Whitaker
Johnny Carson
as Train Conductor
Marcel Hillaire
as Prof. Duval
Fabian Dean
as Delivery Man
Paul Lukather
as Baccardo
Kurt Kreuger
as Auerbach
Del Moore
as Agent 38
Than Wyenn
as Mondebello
George Sawaya
as Werewolf
H.M. Wynant
as Valentine
Joey Forman
as Harry Hoo
Vito Scotti
as Prof. Dante
Stuart Nisbet
as Schulman
Dana Elcar
as Kruger
Al Molinaro
as Agent 44
Diahn Williams
as British Agent
Rueben Singer
as Dr. Rath
Vincent Price
as Jarvis Pym
Ben Wright
as Hillary
Karen Steele
as Mary Jane
Patrick O'Moore
as Dr. Shotwire
Tisha Sterling
as Miss U.S.A.
Monty Landis
as General
George Ives
as Bascomb
Donald Davis
as Dr. Yes
Bruce Gordon
as Gronski
Regis Philbin
as Bakery Man
Alan Baxter
as Sen. Wheelwright
Russ Conway
as Captain
Tom Poston
as Mad Scientist
Paul Richards
as Ironhand
Don Diamond
as Goldmouth
Michael Pate
as Naharana
Torin Thatcher
as Dr. Braam
Lew Gallo
as Nealis
Lisa Pera
as Mme. Verna
Marc London
as Agent 74
Gale Sondergaard
as Mrs. Van Hooten
Pat Paulsen
as Ace Weems
Anthony Caruso
as Red Cloud
Ford Rainey
as Prof. Sontag
Murray Matheson
as Devonshire
Angelique
as Charlie
Stu Gilliam
as Samuels
Ann Elder
as Dr. Simon
Jonathan Harris
as Ambassador
Ned Glass
as Freddie
Bert Freed
as Badeff/Mr. Big
Larry Storch
as KAOS DJ
George Macready
as Fitzmaurice
Jack Cassidy
as Mr. Bob
Ivor Francis
as Pedechefsky
Lynn Borden
as Miss Parker
Ian Abercrombie
as Sgt. Poole
Bill Oberlin
as W.C. Fields
Paul Hahn
as Phineas
B.S. Pully
as One-Way Al
Ron Husmann
as Hammerstein
Inger Stratton
as Princess Ingred
Gregory Morton
as Dr. Haskell
Adele Palacios
as White Cloud
Carol Ohmart
as Countess
Judy Lang
as Mildred
Harry Bartell
as Dietrich
Peter Coe
as Petroff
Alex Rocco
as KAOS Agent
Myrna Ross
as Fatima
Carol Burnett
as Ozark Annie
Eileen Weston
as Dr. Steele
Percy Helton
as Pfister
Martin Kosleck
as Dr. Drago
Tony Lo Bianco
as KAOS Agent
Gil Green
as Kimmel
Lisa Gaye
as Miss Smith
Craddock Munro
as Longnecker
Allen Jaffe
as One-Handed Man
Pat Houtchens
as Scientist
Arthur Batanides
as KAOS Agent
Robert Patten
as Agent 54
Charles Irving
as Noodelman
Walker Edmiston
as Prince Buhbi
Jana Taylor
as Isabella
Edward Kovens
as Moorpark
John Zaremba
as Senator
Frank de Vol
as Carleton
Jan Arvan
as Sehokian
Tim Herbert
as Ballantine
Morton Jacobs
as The Choker
John Alvin
as Rhinehouse
Valerie Hawkins
as Miss Transmania
Patty Regan
as Mrs. Macklin
Cesar Romero
as Kinsey Krispin
Jamie Farr
as Musician
Pete Barbuti
as Dr. Von Schikel
Ned Wertimer
as Dr. Proctor
Rege Cordic
as Quinton
Paul Wexler
as Hogarth
Diana Webster
as Mrs. Waterhouse
Louis Wills
as Bubinski
Woodrow Parfrey
as Dr. Pasteur
Phil Roth
as Little Man
Peter Robbins
as Tattledove
Maury Wills
as Roberts
Michael Long
as Centurion
Janine Gray
as Zelinka
Don Brodie
as Informer
Lee Bergere
as Richelieu
Pitt Herbert
as Standish
Johnny Seven
as Kosovich
Sidney Clute
as Chaperone
Jay Lawrence
as Kohlman
Pupee Bocar
as Esperanza
Jack de Leon
as Stronheim
Peter Canon
as Kadinsky
John McLiam
as Seidlizt
Mickey Manners
as Gertrude/Gerald
Laurie Main
as Dr. Ramsey
James Nolan
as Policeman
Jim Boles
as Dr. Ratton
Barry Newman
as Assistant
Raymond O'Keefe
as First Sailor
Loree Frazier
as Redgrave
Leo Gordon
as Grillak
Willis B. Bouchey
as Air Force General
Iris Adrian
as Mrs. Dawson
Paul Comi
as Le Moco
John Byner
as Gorshen
Ann Summers
as Hermione
James Millhollin
as Ticket Seller
Kay Michaels
as Receptionist
Don Ross
as Becker
Peter Brocco
as Prof. Pheasant
Judy McConnell
as Stewardess
Jean Marie
as Pussycat
Henry Hunter
as Tudbury
Larry Duran
as El Gatto
Noam Pitlik
as Bodecker
Eddie Hice
as Drummer
Joan Patrick
as Victoria
Mrs. Don Adams
as Bridesmaid
Dodd Denney
as Mrs. Dickey
John Trayne
as Waterhouse
Andy Albin
as Bartender
John Barbour
as Webster
Ralph Moody
as Carruthers
Gordon Jump
as Hodkins
Helen Boll
as Helen Boll
Ella Edwards
as Miss Hoskins
Vince Howard
as Policeman
Billy Curtis
as El Lobo-ito
Cliff Norton
as Gen. Christian
Allen Joseph
as Windy Vasquez
Bob Carroll
as Otto Cronin
Hary Bash
as Luchek
Roy Dean
as Magistrate
Jerry Maren
as Lower Gemini
Alan Drake
as Sergeant
Billy Bletcher
as Frank Ogg
Lennie Bremen
as Bartender
Ned Wever
as Judge
Natividad Vacio
as Felicidad
Owen Bush
as Bartender
Chuck Harrod
as Second Sailor
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Series Details

TV Network: CBS
Premiere Date: Sep 18, 1965
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producer: Leonard Stern
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