Get Smart

Season 3 Episode 5

Maxwell Smart, Private Eye

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Aired Saturday 8:30 PM Oct 21, 1967 on NBC
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Maxwell Smart, Private Eye
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With a cutback at control, everyone is taking on extra jobs.

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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)

    Philip Roth

    Philip Roth

    Mr. Peter

    Guest Star

    Roxane Berard

    Roxane Berard

    Trinka Markoff

    Guest Star

    Berry Kroeger

    Berry Kroeger

    Mr. Sidney

    Guest Star

    King Moody

    King Moody

    Starker (1966-1969)

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      • As an inside joke, the airport announcer says, "Mr Buck Henry, please pick up your poodle at baggage claim." Buck Henry co-created Get Smart with Mel Brooks.

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    • ALLUSIONS (3)

      • 99: If you need me, just whistle.

        With Max doing his best Bogart impression, 99 responds by paraphrasing Lauren Bacall's famous line from the movie To Have and Have Not (1944).

      • While working as a private eye, Max takes on the speech patterns and mannerisms of Humphrey Bogart in "The Maltese Falcon". Don Adams will also do his Bogart impression in the fifth season episode "The Treasure of C. Errol Madre".

      • The mannerisms of the character Mr. Peter are based on the actor Sidney Greenstreet, whereas the mannerisms of the character Mr. Sidney are based on the actor Peter Lorre. Which explains Max's difficulty in keeping their names straight.

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