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Get Smart Seasons 1 & 2 (2-pack)

4.7 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews

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Get Smart:S1-S2 (2-Season-DVD/Side-By-Side/Bellyband/DVD)

Maxwell Smart is back...And Loving it! And so is Agent 99, The Chief, Fang and the rest of the fearless Get Smart gang. Here is the legendary, Emmy Award-Winning spy-spoof series inspired by the comic genious of Mel Brooks and Buck Henry, digitally restored, remastered and brought to you by HBO Video. Now its easier than ever to out-smart the world's least secret...secret agent, in this cunningly funny 4-DVD collection, featuring all 30 episodes of Get Smart's first hit season, including the hilarious pilot, "Mr. Big," and the award-winning classic double-episode, "Ship of Spies." So if the object of your mission is timeless family comedy...grab your shoe phone and get ready...for Get Smart!

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Product Details

  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 8
  • Rated:
    G
    General Audience
  • Studio: HBO Studios
  • DVD Release Date: June 28, 2009
  • Run Time: 1400 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002FP13XQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #108,228 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By EA Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 3, 2009
Smart. Maxwell Smart. The dumbest spy in the world, who fights on behalf of the forces of goodness and niceness, and succeeded in making democracy vs. communism a lot more entertaining. And the first two seasons see this classic spy/comedy series blossom from a solid comedy to a brilliant one, even as it adds supervillain nemeses, KAOS masterminds, and the occasional overweight Arab prince.

Don Adams is Agent 86, Maxwell Smart, a not-so-bright spy with an endless arsenal of strange devices and odd sayings. The bumbling spy at a top-secret government agency called Control, which is responsible for keeping the free world free. Backing him up is his beautiful partner/love interest Agent 99 (Barbara Feldon) and his long-suffering Chief (Eward Platt) who puts up with Smart's constant mistakes.

Together with 99 and the Chief (and his faithful dog Fang), Max battles the forces of badness and rottenness -- namely, the anti-Control called KAOS. Among the enemies the Control agents face: the dwarfish "Mr. Big," the fashion forces of evil, a likable killer robot, a Chinese mastermind called the Claw, and explosive paintings. And that's only the first season.

The second season starts off rockily, with KAOS reprogramming Hymie to murder the Chief, and soon they step up their attacks against CONTROL: KAOS's new leader Siegfried (Bernie Kopell) kidnaps the Chief, and Max responds by kidnapping KAOS's top assassin... unfortunately sparking off a bunch of revenge kidnappings, until nobody is left at either organization.
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I grew up watching reruns of Get Smart with my parents--and I can honestly say that it's one of the funniest spy parodies out there, with Don Adams as the bumbling Maxwell Smart. Admittedly, my parents lived through the Cold War era with the rise of the spy thriller genre, James Bond, etc., and some of that backdrop is necessary to get the most out of Get Smart. To truly enjoy a parody, you must understand what is being parodied. And Get Smart skewers every trope, every over-hyped cliche of the Bond films and the Cold War with comedic precision. Whether fighting the forces of evil KAOS or his own incompetence, Maxwell Smart, like cream, always rises to the top.
The first season is very entertaining, but you get a sense that the writers and cast are finding themselves, so to speak. Not so with season two--it starts off right out of the gate with hilarious episode after hilarious episode. Both of them are worth watching for the full experience.
Very highly recommended.
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The humor still resonates although the 10 year old set does not get the shoe phone gags. The cone of silence is invoked daily in our house. My daughter laughs and laughs and laughs at this. Nice, clean entertainment with no commercials and no overly sophisticated tween/teen stuff.
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Sorry About That Chief. No series has propelled as many sayings into popular culture. Made in the 1960's this series still is funny even on its umpteenth re-run. Why? Because it is BRILLIANT, it was well made, it is hilarious, and the cast are superb. Don Adams IS the bumbling special agent, and he plays the part so well you cannot help but enjoy it.

If you have been locked in the cone of silence, out of society, or just too young to have; missed it by that much! Go out and buy these dvds.

Get Smart is one of the best TV series ever made, and I defy anybody to make anything today that comes close.
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By HEALER on June 17, 2012
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Laugh, laugh, laugh!!! Sit back and enjoy some good comedy. These first 2 seasons are great. This is better than anything on TV today.
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This is one of my all time favorite shows along with The Bob Newhart Show, Leave It to Beaver, I Love Lucy, Hazel, and so many more from the 50's, 60's, and early 70's! I love watching TV shows when things were still decent. Good entertainment for the entire family. Highly recommend buying this.
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Perfect. Stuff like this is just not being done now. Now there is such cynicism and a blatant effort to instill progressive ideals so that kids are contaminated with modern day shows/movies/etc. This is what we watch in place of the trash on these days.
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Get Smart has been one of my favorite television shows since I was a kid. As a kid, the fun for me was the antics of comic genius Don Adams. As an adult , half of show’s fun is trying to catch all the references to the spy movies and television shows that Get Smart brilliantly satirizes. The other half is still the antics of Don Adams.

This combo pack has exactly the same content and packaging as the individual sets. If the price is right, this is an economical way to pick up seasons one and two of Get Smart.

Season One:
The first season of Get Smart aired from September 1965 to May 1966. This set has all 30 uncut and remastered episodes spread out over 4 single-sided dual-layered dvds.

The episodes on this set are:

Disc One:
01. Mr. Big (This is the only black’n’white episode of Get Smart)
02. Diplomat's Daughter
03. School Days
04. Our Man in Toyland
05. Now You See Him... Now You Don't
06. Washington4, Indians3
07. KAOS in CONTROL (Barbara Bain of Mission Impossible guest stars)
08. The Day Smart Turned Chicken

Disc Two:
09. Satan Place (Len Lesser (Uncle Leo on Seinfeld) guest stars)
10. Our Man in Leotards
11. Too Many Chiefs
12. My Nephew the Spy
13. Aboard the Orient Express (watch for a cameo appearance by Johnny Carson)
14. Weekend Vampire
15. Survival of the Fattest
16. Double Agent

Disc Three:
17. Kisses for KAOS
18. The Dead Spy Scrawls (watch for a cameo appearance by Leonard Nimoy)
19. Back to the Old Drawing Board
20. All in the Mind
21. Dear Diary
22. Smart, the Assassin
23. I'm Only Human

Disc Four:
24. Stakeout on Blue Mist Mountain (Ted Knight guest stars)
25.
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