Get Smart: Season 1
Enjoy one of the best comedies of all time as you help Max and Agent 99 save the world one laugh at a time.
Extra: Pilot Episode and 2 Hours of Bonus Material
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Here at last is the first officially licensed DVD edition of Get Smart: Season 1. You get all 30 original Season 1 episodes, including the seldom seen pilot episode. PLUS you get a bonus disc with over 2 hours of bonus material including interviews and commentaries, introductions to every episode by Barbara Feldon (Agent 99), never-before-seen bloopers, a special booklet, and more.
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Get Smart: Season 1
30 Episodes on 5 DVDs
Mr. Big (Pilot)
Maxwell Smart must defeat the sinister Mr. Big, who is using a device called the Inthermo to threaten New York City. Michael Dunn, who would go on to star as The Wild Wild West's Dr. Miguelito Loveless, stars as KAOS's Mr. Big.
Numerous blondes have been kidnapped and Smart is assigned to protect a beautiful diplomat's daughter. He discovers the KAOS lair and tangles with The Claw (played by Leonard Strong), capturing him and his henchmen.
Smart goes undercover at the CONTROL spy school to find an undercover KAOS spy. Burt Mustin and Ellen Corby guest star as retired Control Agents
Our Man In Toyland
KAOS is secretly smuggling secrets out of the country. 99 discovers they are using a Department Store as a front and Polly Dollys to smuggle out the secrets. When one pulls the doll's string, Polly reveals top secrets. Max and 99 are trapped by KAOS. Using children's toys, Max and 99 attempt to fight their way to safety and stop KAOS' smuggling ring. John Hoyt guest stars as Herr Bunny (a spoof of Ernst Stavro Blofeld). A spoof of Our Man in Havana; the title is a spoof of Babes in Toyland.
Now You See Him Now You Don't
A doctor meets Max at his apartment and convinces him that he has escaped from KAOS with an invisibility ray. KAOS then attempts to kidnap Max as tries to figure out if the ray is real. The is based upon a common magician's dialogue with the audience.
Washington 4, Indians 3
Indians threaten to start a war if they don't get all of their land back. Smart is assigned to go into their camp and foil their plan. Will Smart and 99 save the United States from Native Americans? (Title changed to "Washington 4, Indians 3" for DVD release; "Redskins" was a common sports team name in the 1960s but is now considered potentially offensive.) The title is a parody of a sporting event's score and based on the American football team the Washington Redskins.
KAOS in CONTROL
CONTROL hosts a conference for some of the smartest scientists on the planet, but KAOS has other plans which include a retrogressor gun, which emits a ray that retrogresses a person's psyche to the point where he or she becomes an eight-year-old child. Will Max's knowledge of Captain Kangaroo help him catch the KAOS agent? Mission Impossible's Barbara Bain guest stars as a Kaos agent/scientist in the CONTROL lab.
The Day Smart Turned Chicken
Smart is to testify against KAOS soon, so they devise situations to show that Smart is losing his mind. Will KAOS succeed in discrediting Smart? Simon Oakland and Howard Caine guest star as KAOS Agents.
KAOS kidnaps the Chief and prepare to give him mind-control surgery. Max pretends to be a doctor in order to try to free the Chief from Harvey Satan. Len Lesser (Seinfeld's Uncle Leo) has a small role as a KAOS agent. The title is based upon the book, film and television series "Peyton Place".
Our Man In Leotards
Emilio Naharana steals a new drug invented by CONTROL named Immobilo, in order to use it against the Ambassador of Pinerovia. Max and 99 disguise themselves in order to save the day. The title is based on the spy novel Our Man in Havana.
Too Many Chiefs
Alexi Sebastian, a master impersonator, attempts to kill someone who was about to reveal the secret of the KAOS coding system. Alexi disguises himself as the Chief to confuse the situation even more. The title is from the common expression, "Too many chefs spoil the broth."
My Nephew The Spy
Max stumbles upon a shoe store that just happens to be a KAOS communications center. Max is followed by a KAOS agent (Conrad Janis) who wants to kill him. The arrival of Max's aunt (Maudie Prickett) and uncle (Charles Lane) further complicates matters.
Aboard the Orient Express
CONTROL couriers aboard the Orient Express are being murdered in order to prevent them from delivering important information. Max and 99 get into a sticky situation while trying to solve the mystery. Cameo appearance by Johnny Carson as the train conductor (he appears in the credits as the "Special Guest Conductor"). A spoof of Murder on the Orient Express.
CONTROL agents are found murdered with mysterious puncture marks on their necks. The investigation leads to the mysterious Dr. Drago.
Survival of the Fattest
Max has to protect an Arab prince, who must remain fat to retain his power. The title is from the common idiom "survival of the fittest."
Max has become a broken, drunk agent so that KAOS will probably try to recruit him as one of their agents. He eventually succeeds, but is assigned a difficult task.
Kisses for KAOS
After several buildings are inexplicably blown up, CONTROL follows the trail to an art gallery where a former chemist, debonair Rex Savage, has teamed up with painter Mondo to produce a series of explosive paintings. 99 disguises herself as an art expert with Max as her driver/butler as they try to get Savage's fingerprints and photograph, something that turns out to be more than complicated than expected.
The Dead Spy Scrawls
CONTROL tries to find the location of a KAOS communication center, which turns out to be in a pool hall. Appearance by Leonard Nimoy in a small role as a KAOS agent.
Back To The Old Drawing Board
KAOS is in interested in capturing Dr. Shotwire, a brilliant scientist whose work has been set 6 months back thanks to his bodyguard's helping hands (none other than those of Agent 86). The KAOS agent in charge of the kidnapping, Natz, also has a vendetta with Max who sent him to prison in the past. This is the first episode with Hymie (played by Dick Gautier), a KAOS-designed robot who Max convinces to join CONTROL. This episode is notable for an extended physical comedy routine involving Max and Hymie.
All In The Mind
Max poses as an insane colonel in order to prove that a KAOS psychiatrist is stealing confidential information revealed by his patients. This episode is notable for its use of a secret KAOS weapon: a phone booth that fills with water.
Smart, The Assassin
After being hypnotized by KAOS to kill the Chief, Max finds himself in a difficult situation while playing a game of chess.
I'm Only Human
Max convinces the Chief to take Fang out of retirement after some CONTROL agents are killed by their own dogs. Each of those agents had left their pets at an animal spa while they were traveling. What they forgot to check was whether the animals would be brainwashed before being returned to their owners. Special guest star Oscar Beregi, Jr..
Stakeout On Blue Mist Mountain
A horde of KAOS agents are taking flights to Washington. Each one carries a piece of a bomb which is meant to explode near an American base. With the help of 44 (disguised as a piece of luggage), Max and the Chief capture one of KAOS's agents and force confidential information out of him. Guest star Ted Knight appears as a KAOS agent.
The Amazing Harry Hoo
The Claw ("Not the Craw! The Craw!") is back, and planning to lead Max into his deadly trap. His scheme leads Max and 99 to San Francisco as they follow a Chinese agent (Number 3) in the hopes that this will lead them to Number One (The Claw), the mastermind behind a smuggling operation that uses a laundromat as facade (through the real money is actually in the laundry). However, Max gets help from Harry Hoo (Joey Forman), a Charlie Chan type Chinese police inspector with a keen eye for detail, and two possibilities to explain anything.
Hubert's Unfinished Symphony
Max and the Chief are going to meet Hubert (a CONTROL agent and violin player) after his performance. When he bows at the end of his show, he gives Max and the Chief a signal that means he's in trouble. When they go backstage to meet with Hubert, they find him dead in his room. The only clue as to who killed him, is written in a piece of music on Hubert's desk.
Ship of Spies, Part 1
KAOS has stolen the plans to the nuclear amphibian battleship and hidden them on the freighter Lucky Star. A KAOS informant is about to give Max all the details when he's killed. The only clue is a clip-clop noise he makes as he walks. Max and 99 book passage and search for the clip-clop noise, which everyone on the ship seems to make. Agent 44 is also on-board to give them a hand, as well as help with planning a banana theft.
Ship of Spies, Part 2
Max and 99 continue their search for the plans that aren't plans. After investigating all of the spies on the ship, Max ends up asking Captain Graumann for help, which turns out to be a big mistake. Harold J. Stoneguest stars as KAOS Agent/Captain Graumann.
Shipment to Beirut
KAOS is using clothes designer Richelieu (Lee Bergere) to smuggle plans and one of the models tries to sell information to Max. When Max shows up at the boutique, somehow the model has become a mannequin. Furious that Max spent a ton of money and didn't get any information, the Chief takes Max off the case. 99 then goes undercover as a model (against the Chief's orders) and Max disguises himself as a mannequin in order to break the case.
The Last One in Is a Rotten Spy
Max is contacted by a member of the Russian swim team who has a list of KAOS agents and wants to use the list to defect. Unfortunately, Max can't remember her name so he has to go undercover as a swimming trainer to discover the defector. 99 and the Chief join him as they attempt to ferret out the potential defector. Alice Ghostley guest stars as one of the members of the Russian contingent.