Get Smart Reviews & Ratings

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Get Smart is an American comedy television series that satirized the secret agent genre. Created by Mel Brooks and Buck Henry, the show stars Don Adams as Maxwell Smart, Agent 86 of CONTROL, a secret U.S. government spy agency. Get Smart aired on the NBC television network from September 18, 1965 to April 12, 1969, after which it moved to CBS for its final season, running from September 26, 1969 to September 11, 1970. A total of 138 episodes were broadcast. The show was quite popular in the mid-1960s, and continues to enjoy a cult following as it is often rerun around the world in syndication. The series won seven Emmy Awards and was nominated for an additional fourteen, as well as two Golden Globe Awards.
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Jul 22, 2014 9:19AM EDT
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Timeless classic! So stupid, it's funny!

Timeless classic! So stupid, it's funny!

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Nov 28, 2014 3:58PM EST
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Not as funny as some shows of that time - seems a bit over-acted at times, but I guess that was the point.

Not as funny as some shows of that time - seems a bit over-acted at times, but I guess that was the point.

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Oct 14, 2018 9:02AM EDT
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This is a priceless classic, in my opinion. Kinda like a very old-fashioned and therfore more tame version of Archer, this series comes up with the craziest ideas and manages to walk the fine line between humour and stupidity so well, that it is absolutely hilarious. Some of my most favourite recurring things are the cone of silence, the shoe-phone and Maxwell trying to trick someone ("You are surrounded by 50 men!" *bad guy doesn't believe it* "Would you beliiieve... 20 men?"). If you enjoy this show I can only recommend the movie to you - they managed to capture the serie's spirit wonderfully and didn't lose the humor.

This is a priceless classic, in my opinion. Kinda like a very old-fashioned and therfore more tame version of Archer, this series comes up with the craziest ideas and manages to walk the fine line between humour and stupidity so well, that it is absolutely hilarious. Some of my most favourite recurring things are the cone of silence, the shoe-phone and Maxwell trying to trick someone ("You are surrounded by 50 men!" *bad guy doesn't believe it* "Would you beliiieve... 20 men?"). If you enjoy this show I can only recommend the movie to you - they managed to capture the serie's spirit wonderfully and didn't lose the humor.

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Feb 7, 2017 10:48AM EST
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If James Bond and Inspector Clouseau had a love child it would be Maxwell Smart, Agent 86. This is so funny. Give it a watch if you get the chance. Mel Brooks and Buck Henry created this and it's just funny!

If James Bond and Inspector Clouseau had a love child it would be Maxwell Smart, Agent 86. This is so funny. Give it a watch if you get the chance. Mel Brooks and Buck Henry created this and it's just funny!

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May 31, 2016 1:00AM EDT
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Immediately thought of (1) "James Bond - Goldfinger" (1964) and then (2) "Austin Powers - Goldmember" (2002). Considering the episode was years before "Goldmember" was ever conceived of, I'm pretty sure the "Get Smart" guys may have been spoofing on the James Bond film released a couple of years earlier.

Immediately thought of (1) "James Bond - Goldfinger" (1964) and then (2) "Austin Powers - Goldmember" (2002). Considering the episode was years before "Goldmember" was ever conceived of, I'm pretty sure the "Get Smart" guys may have been spoofing on the James Bond film released a couple of years earlier.