Get Smart

Get Smart

Season 2

DVD - 2009
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Max and 99 pursue their elusive KAOS adversaries around the world - going from Greenland to the scorching sands of the Sahara desert; come face-to-face with their dastardly foes; stay in a Bedoin tent; stay at the "Pussycat Club;" and deep beneath the eaves in a secret KOAS submarine. The madcap misadventures just get funnier.
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Distributed by Warner Home Video, [2009]
ISBN: 9781419879982
Branch Call Number: DVD Comedy GET2
Characteristics: 4 videodiscs (approximately 750 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in


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laustcawz Mar 21, 2012

"Good thinking, Max!"

laustcawz Mar 21, 2012

"Of course it's the purple knights! It's gotta be the purple knights! Who else could it be but the purple knights? One question, Chief. Who are the purple knights?"

laustcawz Mar 21, 2012

"If only he had used his genius for niceness instead of evil."

laustcawz Mar 21, 2012

"Of course! The ol' ___________________trick!"

laustcawz Mar 21, 2012

"You'll be in enemy territory--you'll be in danger every second!"

"...and...loving it!"

laustcawz Mar 01, 2012

"Sorry about that, Chief."


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Mar 07, 2018

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 colour - Get Smart was created by Mel Brooks and Buck Henry.

Still great fun and laughs after all these years. Surprisingly relevant to our times. The infamously delightful Siegfried makes his first few appearances here in Season Two.

Jul 01, 2011

although a bit dated. good entertainment. it was nice to walk down "childhood" memory lane for a few episodes.


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