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10 years later, Don Adams returned as "Maxwell Smart" in the motion picture, The Nude Bomb (1980). Other original cast memebers returned, but without Barbara Feldon and the late Edward Platt.
In 1989, Don Adams and Barbara Feldon reteamed for the new tv-movie, "Get Smart, Again!".
Also returning, David Ketchum as "Agent 13", Dick Gautier as "Hymie", Robert Karvelas as "Larrabee", Bernie Kopell as "Siegfried" and King Moody as "Shtarker".
C.O.N.T.R.O.L suspects their is a double agent in their organization. Someone else is working for KOAS. The only man capable of investigating on this case is ex-Agent 86, Maxwell Smart, but would he be wearing his phone shoe after all these years? The United States Intelligence Agency gives it a try.
Maxwell is at a funeral when his phone rings, er ah, I mean his shoe rings.
Smart is re-activated by the USIA to, once again, stop KAOS from destroying the world, but he only has 7 days to do it. Maxwell Smart enlists the help of his former collegues.
Also in the cast: Harold Gould and Roger Price (who both appeared in an episode on the original tv series), John de Lancie, Kenneth Mars, Steve Levitt, Lou Felder, Fritz Feld.
Running time: 93 min.
This DVD has no extras. No audio commentary.Read more ›
For the most part, it is very satisfying . Don Adams is a little long in the tooth in this, but then again, I'm not getting any younger either! Almost every character returns except for the Chief of course. This release is lacking the laugh track that was originally attached to it, and I for one am glad of it. I do not need a laugh track to tell me when to laugh.
If I could have changed anything I think I would have given Agent 13 (the great Dave Ketchum) a little more screen time and a few more gags. Hymie, Larrabee, and Siegfried and Starker all make appearances with Bernie Kopell playing a dual role. King Moody as Starker finally gets to take charge and turns out to be brighter than you might think.
I thought the plot ran a tad thin towards the end of the movie, but it was great seeing them all again. Written by series executive producer Leonard Stern and directed by series mainstay Gary Nelson, this movie has ALL the catchphrases and running gags you can remember and even a few new ones.
If you are a fan of Don Adams and Get Smart, then this movie is probably the single greatest purchase you will ever make in your entire life. Ok, would you believe a FAIRLY good decision? How about, it's a good deal for the money? (Sorry about that, I couldn't resist!) oooops, did it again!
Don Adams as Maxwell Smart & Barbra Feldon as 99 are still married (thank god this ignored the Nude Bomb story) and are no longer spies. Max does odd jobs here and there, and 99 is writing her autobiography of her days with Control. However, it's been many years since Control was in business, but things soon change as KAOS is now back in business and have in there possession a machine that can alter the worlds weather to any condition with just the push of a button.
And when KAOS is back in business, there is only one man to give the assignment to, and who you gonna call? ... no, not them, you call Maxwell Smart, secret agent 86. Being that the Chief (Ed Plat) had passed on, the new Chief type position is given to Kenneth Mars as Commander Drury, who re-activated Max as a secret agent to go up against the forces of KAOS once again who are now led by Conrad Siegfried (Bernie Koppel) with Shtarker as always by his side.
Max put's together a team of familiar faces from the original TV show, with Hymie The Robot, Larrabee and 13. As well as some new additions like Beamish, a new member to the spy service, and sets out to take on KAOS once again.
Much of the humor derives from classic lines from the original TV show, which seemed to bother some people, but I loved it, and thought they delivered the lines here better in some ways to get the gag to work just as well as ever, some even better then before.Read more ›
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Get Smart used to be a witty and funny TV series populated by amusing characters and lifely interplay between Smart and his foils. Read morePublished 2 months ago by John J Ziemba
Wanted to like it more, but the slapstick just got stale. Barbra Eden is still stunning, though.Published 3 months ago by Paul
It’s 1989, and the United States government finds itself being blackmailed by that evil organization KAOS. Read morePublished 3 months ago by The Reviewer Formerly Known as Kurt Johnson
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