Get Smart

Season 2 Episode 25

How to Succeed in the Spy Business Without Really Trying

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Aired Saturday 8:30 PM Mar 11, 1967 on NBC
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How to Succeed in the Spy Business Without Really Trying
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Max and 99 are saved by Siegfried, who wants to defect.

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    Barbara Feldon

    Barbara Feldon

    Agent 99

    Jane Dulo

    Jane Dulo

    99's Mother (1968-1969)

    Robert Karvelas

    Robert Karvelas

    Larrabee (1967-1970)

    Dick Gautier

    Dick Gautier

    Hymie (1966-1969)

    David Ketchum

    David Ketchum

    Agent 13

    Stacy Keach Sr.

    Stacy Keach Sr.

    Prof. Carlson (1966-67)

    Marc London

    Marc London

    Agent 74

    Guest Star

    Nancy Walters

    Nancy Walters

    Dr. Svenson

    Guest Star

    Frank Kumagai

    Frank Kumagai

    Sasuzi Ishamoto

    Guest Star

    Bernie Kopell

    Bernie Kopell

    Siegfried

    Recurring Role

    King Moody

    King Moody

    Shtarker/Starker (1966-1969)

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      • In the Control Chiefs Awards ceremony, Max mentions that the man with the envelopes is from "Price Stern Sloan." This is a dual allusion: first, it refers to the accounting firm "Price Waterhouse," which is famous for counting ballots of awards elections, making sure that contest winners are chosen correctly, and so on. The actual "Price Stern Sloan" is a publisher (now a subsidiary of Penguin) that was founded by 'Get Smart' producer Leonard Stern along with Roger Price. Their most famous publication is the series of "Mad Libs" books.

      • Episode Title: How to Succeed in the Spy Business Without Really Trying
        The title is a take-off on the Broadway musical "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying".

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