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Release date: 18 September 1965
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Iconic and Memorable Roles: TV Part II (25 tv items)
"Don Adams and Barbara Feldon as Maxwell Smart and Agent 99
The was a great pair. Don Adams and Barbara Feldon really worked well together, the comedic scenes between them were always enjoyable."
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Famous Vehicles From Television (33 tv items)
"Secret agent 86, Maxwell Smart drove a 1964 Sunbeam for the first two seasons. They later changed it to a Volkswagen Karmen Ghia. Budget cut within the agency?
Here is the original car on display at a show featuring the pop-up machine gun in the hood and a life-size cut-out of Don Adams.
In addition to the Sunbeam, Smart also drove this Opel GT at one point, not really sure when the Karmen Ghia came into the scene.
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References on Fringe (70 tv items)
The "Cone of Silence" refers to the spy comedy Get Smart. The clear, cumbersome cone made it hard for those inside to hear one another, while those outside typically learned the secrets that were supposed to be kept - a parody on Lincoln Lee's inability to withhold Frank Stanton's secret.
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Superwomen of 60s TV (11 tv items)
"Barbara Feldon - Agent 99
Agent 99 didn't have the amazing mutant superpowers of the other ladies on this list. She just solved all the crimes and stared adoringly at the bumbling Agent 86 (Don Adams), while he got all the laughs. She might seem tame to modern audiences, but to television audiences raised on Hazel and Patty Duke, 99 was a revelation."
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